Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Sep 1, 2013.
I actually went back and edited the post, but you beat me to it.
Ha. I see this now. Can't pass that one up. One of my all time favorites. He was truly an amazing gent.
Telegraph Hill in a Falcon. Coke Zero in the frozen mug with obnoxious lil icebergs saying "hell no we wont go in that mug". Made them walk the plank!
Kendal Kentucky in my Ropp while listening to my local HAM radio group.
The Braves lead the Nats 3-2 in the 6th, Pirates lead the Padres 2-1 in the 7th, O's and BoSox are tied 2-2 in the , and the Rockies lead the Cards 2-0 in the first inning. I'm getting ready to work again after enjoying a very filling dinner with a bottle of Pepsi made with pure cane sugar, and a bowl of BRG Mixture in a straight sandblasted black billiard 2013 PSF POY Kaywoodie with an amber colored lucite stem.
Condor Long Cut, Peterson System
Atta boy! Show 'em who the boss is!
MacBaren Club Blend in the Dr. G. Cardinal
Just finished a nice bowl of Mac B Dark Twist in my new Black Rock Cob with some rondel brewed sweet iced tea. Cut the grass earlier in anticiptation of some beneficial rains comming off the gulf tomorrow. Getting ready to watch "The Regular Show" with my son. He got me hooked!
That edit feature sure is a must for this forum!
RRR in the Barling Canadian. Still Coke but with well behaved floaty, mostly, lil iceberg chips keeping it cold.
Indeed. But in this thread, often times at least two or three people have seen your post by the time you edit it. I almost think I should have left it the way it was, with a little more subtlety to it, but what the hell. (Mis)quoting Frost is worthy of an edit.
Having another bowl of Brown Flake in the Northern Briars banker.
You know, I have two pipes made by Ian Walker, and I think my next pipe purchase might be yet another one, even though I've been lusting after Ashtons for awhile now. Northern Briars are just a damn near perfect pipe to me. Not only do they look great and smoke great, but Ian does the best stem work I've ever seen. They're vulcanite stems, which I prefer, and he manages to make them extremely thin and comfortable, yet extremely sturdy. I can clench them constantly with no worries about tooth dents.
one last bowl of mac baren outta the amphora then its bed time.
.. when i smoke it next it will be outtay peterson thats coming tomorrow.... goodnight psfers
No good deed goes unpunished. A short time ago I gifted the mayors wife a couple of vintage pipes that I thought she might like. They where very appreciative and seemed to really like them. While it wasn't planned as a trade, the catalyst for me contacting the mayor was him mentioning he had some bowls without stems, I offered to pay something for them but he was having none of that.
Today, in a flagrant act of retaliation I received a package from our mayor, a box containing probably 15 or 20 pipes including a couple of complete pipes some really nice bowls, and a sealed tin of G&H top black cherry. Should keep me busy resteming for a while.
Truly great folks.
Many thanks Ruff.
I'm smoking Bobs chocolate flake in a stack billiard that I spent this afternoon fitting with a church warden stem , after supper coffee and a full belly.
Breaking in a new snow white ultra fragile Rock Cob
with some Erin Go Bragh
Gotta have one. Please tell me that's not the only one.
OK, that looks like Simmo's carpet, cutting board, and coffee filter. But latakia can be easily Photoshop'ed or Windows-Paint'ed.
I don't know who you are, buddy, but we're on to ya'.
MB Dark Twist in a straight MM Pride ...
Nightcap in the meer. A beautiful still night perfect for an outdoor smoke.
I just huffed some sp and there is a zesty type of smell to it. I could see how you could pick up something like that. I guess I picked up a pickled jalapeño vibe, but it may have just been the power of suggestion.