What Are You Smoking? June, 2013

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  1. ampersand

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    An ice-cold Shiner Bock sounds delicious right now.

    My first real pipe purchase isn't supposed to get here until Monday, so for now I'm puffing on Captain Black in a no-name cob.

    Had a late night, but we're out of coffee. Mirror Pond Pale Ale it is.
     
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  2. ampersand

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    Just have to say: I think I've finally gotten to the point where I smoke more tobacco than butane. Last bowl only took me three relights. The CB is a few months old and was stored in a pouch, which makes me think it just needed to dry out a bit. Bring on the briar!
     
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  3. fishnbanjo

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    As you try different tobacco's you will find they each vary in what it takes to prepare them for your smoke, this is part of the learning curve of the art of smoking, I have some tobacco that I do a charring light to, take a few puffs then put the pipe away until the next morning stored in a Savinelli leather zip up bra, the smoke is perfect. Welcome to this wonderful world of pipe smoking! :bing:

     
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  4. fishnbanjo

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    Tell Mr Wooly he is shirking his duties by not checking your PM's, that is all............ :whis: Just finished some Naked Anni in the MM Diplomat, now for some Diet Gingerale.

     
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  5. SidStavros

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    Black & Elegant Vanille.
     
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    Bayou Morning in a Ser Jacopo maxima maxima. Now, that's what I'm talking about.

    Blue Moon on the side.
     
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    I can finally taste my smoke again! So, first smoke of the day was KK in my MM CG. That's right KK! First time ever! WalkinStick smokes it so much I had to give it a try. Good :poop:! Second, I DGTed a bowl of PS LTF that I lit yesterday evening, in My Rekamepip Modcob Nosewarmer. Third is going to be PS LNF in my 2013 Kaywoodie POY. Cards lead Marlins 9-6. Happy Saturday evening everyone!
     
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    Northwoods in my Sav Extra 506 billiard.
     
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  9. JimInks

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    Mr. Wooly was out organizing shelves on aisle 11, and having a talk with the Saint Bernard about those keys to the liquor cabinet.
     
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    Sutliff bacchanalia " a blend worthy of the god of wine"
    in this pipe 103_1921.JPG
     
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  11. Thuber88

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    I seem to recall that Mr Wooly has had problems in that area before....
     
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    Acknowledged, not easy speaking St Bearnesian and keys at the same time, he is most forgiven.

     
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  13. JimInks

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    No, no. You're thinking of Area 51, which Mr. Wooly used to be in charge of. What he did there, well, :msty:
     
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    Actually, Mr. Wooly speaks many languages, and as I recall, used to speak to Levi with a drooling towel wrapped around his forehead.
     
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    Now I shudder to think of where the sauce comes from :eek:
     
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  16. Thuber88

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    Ex Son in Law use to work at some place out in the desert, and I was regaled with some exploits of the infamous Mr Wooly when he was outside of the fence;)
     
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  17. JimInks

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    Obviously, you weren't told very much or you wouldn't be here now. Mr. Wooly, master of disguise, intrigue, and holder of many jobs, in and out of the public arena, keeps many secrets to himself. If your ex-son in law is still with us, he knows very little.
     
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    Evening all,

    All day, Condor Green or Coniston Cut plug -in the Falcon with p-lip.
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    Of course much of that is true, but I have passed many,numerous and multiple background and security checks for an assortment of past duties.
    Mr Wooly's exploits were much less interesting to the general public when he did not have that key, or some access to the contents therein:dkn:
     
  20. JimInks

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    The full story of Mr. Wooly has yet to be explored, though at times, he was well known to millions. As for your background checks, I feel sorry for your proctologist. :booty:
     
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