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  1. GlassSculptor

    GlassSculptor Active Member

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    Scottish Cake in a PIMO Freehand. Coffee. Ray Charles .
     


  2. Dondi

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    GLP Robusto in a Peterson Aran bent billiard. Man this blend really grows on you! I last smoked it 3 days ago, and suddenly today, it seemed everything I put in my mouth had me hankering for that english+cigar flavor!
     
  3. noflex

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    WOL Shamrock in a Sav. Orient #144ks, coffee on the side.
     
  4. Burner

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    University flake during the cutting of the grass and for quite a time after.
     
  5. Marc

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    McClelland 5100 Red Cake in a MM Pride cob.
     
  6. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Union Square in the Kirsten, sweet tea chaser.
     
  7. noflex

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    MacB HH MV in a Karl Erik bent brandy. Pepsi-max on the side.
     
  8. ruffinogold

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    W.O.Larsen Tradition in a wiley prince ..... & Bob Dylan .... :thumbsu:
     
  9. Bri2k

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    Homemade blend of PA/CH/Cherry in a Dover oval.

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  10. dubhdarra

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    CH in a MM washington. good stuff in a cob. kinda nasty in a briar though.
     
  11. Marc

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    The good ole' Prince in a cob and fresh dripped Cajun coffee on the side.
     
  12. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Some 'highfalutin' 1776 Tavern in the 'lowfalutin' Dr. Grabow...slumming it with some Milwaukee's Best Ice.
     
  13. Bri2k

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    Calling it an evening with some Boswell's Pennsy Dutch Treat in the Night-N-Day apple.

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  14. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    More Union Square, this time in my Pete bulldog...tastes much better this go round.
     
  15. woody

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    Union Square is goood stuff. MB BLB in a Nonpareil.
     
  16. Rugbysh9

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    McB Mixture in a Jobey 165, LongTrail Wheatberry Ale on the side
     
  17. Sasquatch

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    Got me some 4 years old Perfection. Just cracked it now, and my oh my, is it delicious. Can't really find the vanilla note it's supposed to have, but what's coming through is a really deep smooth English.... very refined. Yum.
     
  18. stummel bum

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    AJ's vaper in an apple with some root beer on the side.
     
  19. dubhdarra

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    WOL OF in a guildhall billiard then in a wally frank meer lined pot. haven't made my mind up on this stuff. not bad but distinct tendency to burn hot as hades and bite a bit if you don't pay attention.
     
  20. Dondi

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    smoking condor original ready rubbed in an aldo morelli bent apple... and savoring the moment :)

    feeling good about our national elections today, things have been going smooth so far, I was able to cast my vote in less than 15 minutes!

    some voters at other precincts have been waiting in line for 4 hours or more though... still, it looks like the automated elections will be a success! (we're using digital scanners to read in paper ballots, on which votes are indicated by shading in one's choices)
     
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