What Are You Smoking? April, 2013

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Apr 1, 2013.

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  1. dBear

    dBear Active Member

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    No, I just know him as a friend of Dorothy's. (Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!)
     
  2. p120d16y

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    Now lighting a bowl of 2009 Tudor Castle that was opened about 3 months ago- in my Leonessa Briosa rusticated apple. This stuff is just downright delicious! absolutely disgusting!
     
  3. dBear

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    I know people who know people in Missouri... [​IMG]
     
  4. user3221

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    Looking at tobacco pipes on ebay

    in description of one listing - it states that the used pipe comes from a pet free - non-smoking household

    Really ????
    - i mean REALLY wth

    :doh:
     
  5. MDaws79

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    Take one for the team Dbear.



    Edit: To get myself back on topic. Sherlock's Choice in the H.I.S. Briar billiard.
     
  6. p120d16y

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    I would like to say that Tudor Castle is hands down the best VaPer/oriental I've smoked. I've tried about 45 blends now. This is hands down some of the best tobacco. That and Arcadia and the bulk flakes are so fine as well. ( Meaning all McClelland brand.)
     
  7. dBear

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    But does it contain no poly-unsaturated fats? This Trout Stream that I'm about to light up in the Squatch volcano doesn't. Says so right on the label!
     
  8. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    I'm pretty sure this pipe comes from a smoking and pet-friendly household, though I suspect the maker is a bit daft.
    Got a great warranty though~
    [​IMG]
    (RockCob + Edgeworth)
     
  9. dBear

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    That's a really good looking pipe! Got more pics? :thu:
     
  10. Spillproof

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    That could be arranged. After I smoke.
     
  11. p120d16y

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    I really have been wanting one of these rock cobs. Hopefully I can snag one sooner than later! Very nice pipe.
     
  12. YAPPG

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    LPF in some old Rembrant bent. :msty: Still drinking lemonade. :popc:
     
  13. user3221

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    Finally get to see the Spillproof Modified Rock Cob !

    I feel complete now




    for me i am loading up the last bowl of the night
    doing my final Research for Development of the MM Freehand
    loaded with some Uncle Tom
    utcob.jpg
     
  14. MainePipe

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    Good Evening PSF,

    After a great workout, some dinner, I headed to the deck with a MM Legend full of two friends english chocolate...great way to end a monday:banana:
     
  15. YAPPG

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    How is that? I almost got some last order.
     
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  16. Lithua pipe

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    PA in a beat up MM spool.
     
  17. Tony Malerich

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    Enjoying a nightcap of 5100 in my blast Molly Malone bent brandy
     
  18. CaKy

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    P-Zants in my brass-ringed Mariner tonight & both suit me fine.
     
  19. User4408

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    Excellent post. I've been wondering the same recently, and how the rest of you solve this problem. Especially once the cellar takes on hefty dimensions.

    I must admit it's become less of problem since starting with PSF. I just read the various WAYS posts, and the old mouth starts to water. Then I grab the closest thing from the cellar for my next smoke.

    It starts to remind me of the writer Georges Simenon who filled up 7 pipes in advance so he wouldn't have to interrupt his morning work sessions. I'm not quite that bad, but close.

    I don't have the discipline you do in dedicating pipes to individual tobaccos. I tried it once and saw the advantages, but the practice became a bit too ornate after a while and started to really irritate me. However I do restrict each pipe to a particular type of tobacco. This seems good enough for my taste buds, and never causes any detectable crossover.
     
  20. JimInks

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    Decided on a short, sweet smoke with the Old Companion in a medium bend 2002 MM Diplomat cob.
     
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