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What Are You Smoking? February, 2013

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

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  1. Old Codger

    Old Codger Well-Known Member

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    3P and Hyde Park alternating in Peterson Canadians the last couple of hours during a very interesting phone call about the misdiagnosis of Lyme Disease. The technology that allows me to carry on a conversation, get an email from that person with documents and then watch a video about what we're talking about while discussing it, still amazes me. In case anyone else is interested I'll start a thread about it in the appropriate section. -1C(30F)H61%)
     
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  2. cmkiefer

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    Black Stoker from Uhle's in a bent Legend
     
  3. Mount Mandolin

    Mount Mandolin Active Member

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    Good god man. I don't know how you could handle that, and that's to say nothing of your heating bill, which must be terrifyingly large. :) 85F is about five degrees above the temperature at which I go inside and turn on the air conditioning. I can't imagine why intentionally create such an environment inside your own house. :eek:

    Having some Commonwealth in a Dunhill, enjoying the cold weather while it lasts. It's nice to actually be able to have a fire in the fireplace.
     
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  4. DGErwin11

    DGErwin11 Moderator Moderator

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    Don't blame me for the:poop:
     
  5. highstump

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    I wouldn't think of laying the blame at your door sir. Much less putting it a paper bag first, lighting it on fire, then ringing the bell and running away.
     
  6. DGErwin11

    DGErwin11 Moderator Moderator

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    Do the kids still do this? We did it in my day.
     
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  7. Jfro

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    Wellp, my brother stopped by and we watched the hockey game this afternoon, which really spoiled the pipe day for me. After he skidaddled I was on a trek to find a hygrometer for the cheapo humidor I am seasoning. Only one shop in town had it. I did get to have a bowl of Sutliff Westminster in the lil briar nosewarmer I have.

    I gotta say, I have enjoyed all the tobacco I have tried to date. Maybe I have simple tastes.
     
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  8. highstump

    highstump Active Member

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    I never did it myself, never could run that fast.
     
  9. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    Self-correction: Sutliff makes the South Seas blend, not C&D.

    Now smoking some PS Proper English in a Wiley Ovation.
    Tastes so good, makes you wanna smack your momma.
     
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  10. psquared

    psquared DGErwin, my horse would like a word with you...

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    Have not been online since end of work Friday. Too busy smoking this in these...

    [​IMG]

    Doug knows what he's doing.
     
  11. muddler

    muddler Active Member

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    FVF in a little Pietenpauw poker while I contemplate getting a few more belated hours of sleep.

    [​IMG]
     
  12. DGErwin11

    DGErwin11 Moderator Moderator

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    Keep us posted. Hope the lacewood does not cause you problems.
     
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  13. WrightwoodJohn

    WrightwoodJohn Wrightwood expatriate

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    What took ya so long?
     
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  14. nesta

    nesta Well-Known Member

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    Well...I'm beat. I've done a lot of studying and stressing out today, with only fairly short breaks to eat, hop on here for a bet, etc.

    I can't push myself much farther today. I want to, but I can't keep up. Time to give up and relax.

    Irish Flake in the BST. Tried and true.
     
  15. psquared

    psquared DGErwin, my horse would like a word with you...

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    That pipe is completely charred in. Been smoking it all weekend. First bowl, when it hit the lacewood, tasted like citrus and roses. In a real good way. Absolutely no problems what so ever. I'll be back for more.
     
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  16. derrickyoung

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    PS LTF in the 2012 St. Patti's day Canadian. Was a bitter sweet smoke, so cold in garage my hands and feet were losing feeling but the smoke was so good I did not want to come in.

    role on spring
     
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  17. Dave Dueck

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    5100 Red Cake in the Comoy Bulldog. I get a grassier, sharper taste with this blend out of a briar, it seems. I don't see myself tiring of this blend anytime soon.
     
  18. p120d16y

    p120d16y Active Member

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    Mac Baren Navy Flake in an MM straight Legend.
     
  19. phinz

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    More Shortcut to Mushrooms. So much bourbon I lost track.
     
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  20. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Had a busy evening with unexpected, but fun company. Now, I'm almost finished with a bowl of Magnum Opus in a full bend black pebble finish 2001 Rinaldo Lithos YY8 Titania Silver Line. Next is Edgeworth Slices (thanks Highstump) in a 1984 medium bend black grain etched Savinelli Non Pareil 9310 poker.
     
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