What are you smoking? November 2013

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  1. WalkinStick

    WalkinStick Active Member

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    Smoking my very last little bowl of GLP Raven's Wing ( :toast: Psquared) from 2004 in a bent Peterson system. I've decided to get rid of almost all my other tobacco and just smoke this from now on. This stuff absolutely blows my mind.

    Drinking a Redhook Longhammer IPA.
     
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  2. Eric Pierson

    Eric Pierson Resident Giant

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    In the tree smoking Sunday picnic in my dry Oscar 412 nice night low 40s moderate wind. Now I just need deer
     
  3. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    I'd keep SOME stuff as your
    tastes may change. Plus, the
    future Mrs. Stick will be happier
    you saved money and didn't
    get rid of all the toby you have now.
    Just my tuppence.
     
  4. colorduke

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    Middleton's Apple in a red apple colorduke.
     
  5. jpberg

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    I don't know what you guys are talking about. That's a 98 Chevy pickup. I wouldn't have a furren car in my driveway.

    More of the same, in the living room.

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  6. fishnbanjo

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    Dang, this poor guy was Wickered before Wicker was even Wickering! :haha:

    Everything went great today, no issues with the port, they changed the needle length and it settled right where it was supposed to and acted exactly as it was intended, phew. Knowing I don't have to have surgery to have it removed and a new one inserted elsewhere is a HUGE relief. Thank You all who prayed, left words of encouragement, PM's, emails and phone calls for everything you are all fabulous. Had several more bowls if Whatchagot Blend which is made of remnants of things I didn't care for, only had small amounts of and were intended for blending, it's smokable but that's about all I can say for it. I did manage a fantastic smoke of Stonehaven in the Brakner Antique Sitter Poker with plenty of PRM's to was the day away as I helped mutha transfer all the stuff on her original iPad to the iCloud and change her username settings so she could shut it down and open the iPad 2 I got her and set that up, everything is now running smoothly.

     
  7. dwaugh

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    Are the embossings on the Captain Cook book spine supposed to depict something?
     
  8. SidStavros

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    In Greece you can find this with the title: "the Worlds most jackass forgery"

    Has to do with an article for the killer of King Alexander I Karageorgevich of Yugoslavia [1888-1934]
    The Skopjians [FYROM] tried to represent him as "makedonian" from 1934, take a look the prototype:

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    and then what that idiot created as an "evidence" of how "old" is his country:

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    DTM Mellow Mallard.
     
  9. dwaugh

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    I suppose that is technically correct :rolleyes:
     
  10. SmokingRhino

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    Moved onto SG Black Cherry in the Falcon. Really enjoying this one!
     
  11. PipeSimmo

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    :haha:


    Great news Sante!! I'm still workig on that Uhle Burley, but the next bowl is to you and the fact everything went well!
     
  12. inkybat

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    Another break to work on the bike. Got the pannier and a new seat on it and took the chariot off for the winter.

    Smoked a bowl of Star of the East in the Pete bulldog while I worked on it.
     
  13. fishnbanjo

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    Apologies to Billy Ockham for calling him Billy Oakley yesterday, I am now sampling some Capstan Gold in the Tim West Panel with Plateau Top thanks to Billy Ockham. :toast:
     
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  14. Rickpal14

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    First bowl of Pease's Gaslight in my Nording grade 2 freehand. A sublime smoke!!! Definitely be picking up some more to cellar.......
     
  15. jpberg

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    Actually it's not. We brought the little gray one home on our last trip to camp. I've been driving it almost daily......

    I just didn't want MM thinking I was some kind of BMW driving, fancy pipe smoking elitist.
     
  16. Wicker Man

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  18. phinz

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    Still smoking the same stuff in the same pipe, but I've advanced 2500 words in my writing marathon. If I can put 1,000 - 1,500 more under my belt before I go to bed I won't have to stress tomorrow. I have to get up early to go to a black bear release, and the rest of the day tomorrow is peppered with other obligations. The farther ahead I can get the better.
     
  19. Wicker Man

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  20. psquared

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

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    JFG Brown Flake in a MM.
     
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