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What Are You Smoking? July, 2013?

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

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  1. fishnbanjo

    fishnbanjo Active Member

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    Giving the Larrysson Pot some Marlin Flakes, diet Gingerale on the side.
     
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  2. dBear

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    With the latakia? And with what I already know about HU tobaccos, this really does sound like something I'd like. As you know, Dockworker is now one of my favorites, really excellent leaf! :bing:
     
  3. dBear

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    F&B may be the most practical guy on this forum. That's obviously the answer! (Of course, you might have a finicky cat...)

    PS - Morning tunes this week! :th1:
     
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  4. dBear

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    Loading up Onyx (thanks, Banjo!) in the Squatch volcano.
     
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  5. dbt13

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    Davidoff Medallion Flakes in a cob legend
     
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  6. JimInks

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    A big dinner demands a rest before dessert. While I'm waiting for the apple pie, I'm smoking Blue Danube in the very first pipe I ever bought ($2.95) in 1974; a smooth three quarter bend Dr. Grabow Omega. A bottle of NuGrape soda is my drink.
     
  7. Thuber88

    Thuber88 Well-Known Member

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    I have 3 semi finicky cats, not as bad as Suzy and Molly though..:poke:
    But I can't blame them, when you dine on fine caviar, and fresh Tuna, flown in daily, as well as lobster, then sleeping on silk beds, and to have the Estate to wander around, how could one not be finicky in their dining habits?
    I heard some artist is hiring a person to dress up as a live in mouse, just to give them something extra to play with:rolleyes:
    He just plays with the Nubiles..:ngty:
     
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  8. Thuber88

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    Oh, and its EGR in the Grabow Regal #65 at the moment, while the beans heat up
     
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  9. krusty

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    Obviously a Monday following a 4 day weekend as I've immediately upon getting home from work poured 2 fingers of Makers Mark and lit a bowl of Peterson Irish Flake.

    Sheesh, whudda day!
     
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  10. dBear

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    May the Flake be with you. [​IMG]
     
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  11. krusty

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    Ahhhh, it is sir, it is.
     
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  12. Old Codger

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    Rangers and BroncoII. Easy to pull the whole gauge cluster. When you pull it forward, check that one big connector and if it still doesn't work you can get the whole cluster from a wrecker for not a whole lot. Cheaper than trying to fix anything in that cluster.
     
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  13. fishnbanjo

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    That ended up being the last pipe so as I empty the little dottle left, run a well earned pipe cleaner through it and place it back in the rack, I'll raise my half glass of diet Gingerale to your health and see you in 3 pages...........
     
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  14. Old Codger

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    Weybridge, ah Weybridge, I knew I had some here somewhere. Weybridge in the Peterson Dracula 69. Just the hint of a gurgle from this pipe so cleaning up the tenon entrance will be done. Looks like my place by the rocks will be occupied by evacuated friends for a while longer, their house near High River is a write off. 16C(61F)H67%
     
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  15. davidmackv

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    Canadian Maple, Steven Books in the SMS Lattice Billiard.
     
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  16. JimInks

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    I play with the nubiles, as well I should! Yes, Suzy and Molly are spoiled, as befits their stately status. As for the live in mouse, well, your tail's too wide long, and dBear's too eager! :poke:

    We understand your problem now! Somebody call Hazmat before he finishes eating the beans. :xd:
     
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  17. Thuber88

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    Gampy use to say I wuz full o beans, guess I am livin the Dream!!:confused:
     
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  18. dBear

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    Or just starved for oxygen... :)
     
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  19. rondel65

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    Smoke another bowl of Dark Twist from the 80's in another Bullitt Proof Cob. Thanks again to MikeInMaine. This stuff is incredible. Sad thing though, if I bought a few tins now and aged them in my cellar I would be in my late 60's to get this same age on it. Dark Twist is officially on my TAD list.
     
  20. JimInks

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    Braves and Marlins are tied at one. I tied up with company and work, but I am smoking Blend 5 in a medium bend 2001 Ural lattice Rhodesian with a yellow stem with white swirls. See youse mugs later!
     
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