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What Are You Smoking? May, 2013

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

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  1. RS422

    RS422 Member

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    One last bowl for tonight. Altadis Virginia Slices in the rock cob.
     
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  2. Albert

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    more cumberland in the spillcob.
     
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  3. dBear

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    I vote for Ugly Cob as Cob Of The Year. You gotta admire the sheer, hard working longevity of that thing. [​IMG]
     
  4. dBear

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    Settling down with Trout Stream in the big Sav 315EX. [​IMG]
     
  5. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Watching Burns and Allen, drinking that good ol' ice water, and smoking the last of my tin of Old Companion in a straight black sandblast undated Savinelli Hercules 115EX pot. See ya in a couple of years, OC.
     
  6. Thuber88

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    George said he smoked 20 cigars a day, and I had read he got them all for free from the cigar company, would sure be nice to have that deal!

    Taking another attack at the Dark Twist, crumbled it up into Aldo this time, just some blends I have more problems with, I'm sure we all do sooner or later though.
     
  7. Old Codger

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    Wickenburg. That's a place that brings back old memories. Christmas at Castle Hot Springs. Memorable.

    Irish Flake and 3P in a couple of IMP meershaums most of the evening watching the Led Zep Celebration DVD. Balvenie doing the hydration duties.
    +8C(46F)H53%
     
  8. AussieTX

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    Today has consisted of some excellent smokes.
    CH in a spillcob this morning.
    Penzance in my BST, Ten to Midnight in my birthyear Dunhill canadian, and now Classic Burley Kake in a general cob, all while drinking Jameson and Coke while having a James Bond marathon.
     
  9. gentimmy

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    winding down a very busy two days with some more stonehaven in the oscar lucite. Tomorrow I'm gonna be fishing so it'll be a lot of SWR. Last final on Thursday.
     
  10. Brian Stephen

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    Dunhill 965 in a Peterson
     
  11. Mount Mandolin

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    Germain Brown Flake in a Dunhill Shell LBS for my late night smoke. This is nice leaf; I only have one tin of it, but I only smoke about a bowl a month, so at that rate, it MAY last me until I can find another tin. Seems kinda doubtful as of now though. Oh well, nothing a little FVF can't fix.

    Studying earthquakes and plate tectonics for my last final exam tomorrow. This overaged undergrad is ready for a break from school for a few weeks.
     
  12. Thuber88

    Thuber88 Well-Known Member

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    Good luck!
    We are here for you, you will do well, and a much deserved rest afterwards

    Keep it simple, the earth gods get mad and shake things up once in a while, and when they do, the plates move around in the kitchen!;)
     
  13. gentimmy

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    If you're having a smoke and have a few minutes, this is David Foster Wallace's commencement speech at Kenyon in 2005. Pretty cool.

     
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  14. JimInks

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    My last smoke of the day/night/morning is Essence of Vermont in a smooth straight late 1970s Tinderbox Selected Grecian Briar Dublin. It's too late to eat, but smoking pancakes and maple syrup will solve that problem.
     
  15. Thuber88

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    That's breakfast smoking Jim, might as well add a cup of Joe and start your day!
     
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  16. scopawl

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    It's the pipe that I smoke most often, so more than likely it'll be back!
    Morning, all.
    No breakfast time smoke for me, I've got too much work on- I'll report back at lunchtime.
     
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  17. gentimmy

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    couldn't sleep, so I took a happy pill and loaded up some SWR while I watch Netflix
     
  18. LostDog13

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    started cake day with a bowl of Devil's Holiday in the Robert Leslie Death Valley.
     
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  19. Lucky Duck

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    Gawith & Hoggarth Dark Flake in my Yves St. Claude Fantaisie. dtinking black coffee. First time ever for this blend. The package came yesterday, while I was at work. I was a good boy, and went to bed when I got home though. Back to work this morning! Good day everyone!
     
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  20. User4408

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    I love Wickenburg. The ideal back way into Prescott. When it's 100 degrees you can always cool off down at the Hassayampa, where it's only 95.

    LTF in a Bjarne ...
     
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