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  1. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    Good Morning,

    996 in an M de P.
     


  2. morleysson

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    Just dropped off SheWhoSpeaksLoudly (SWSL) at her job, and I hate driving in the snow, even though it's only about 6-7". Now smoking OJK in an Ehrlich larger billiard w/ some fresh coffee. Now, I am not lazy or indolent, but I am trying to work from home, since traveling back and forth is troublesome w/ two impared legs. Retirement looms larger, friends, perhaps March 2011.
     
  3. freestoke

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    WAY too much snow for what they predicted!! :growl:

    Sigh. Thought I was going to get a break this week. Another two hours down the drain because the stupid storm drifted like 20 stinking miles too far east. RATS! (No more cheering the snow on PSF, okay? It's thoughtless and cruel.) A bowl of CH in the Patriot and a nice cup of coffee is making me feel a little better about the horror that awaits.
     
  4. Gondar

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    Sofar I have been through EMP in my Peterson, MacBaren Plumcake twice in a cob and then Old Virginia Tobacco Company Gettysburg in another cob. All was good enough to make me want more, especially Gettysburg that I have been neglecting for too long.
     
  5. freestoke

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    Well, I meant the storm drifted too far WEST. So now I'm smoking another CH in the Patriot, trying to remain calm. Already 6 inches out there and it isn't stopping. (Not that this is much at all by the standards around here, but it's still gotta get moved.)
     
  6. velveteagle

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    Sunshine for a welcome change..Had a bowl of Dan's Blue Note in my Wally Frank LTD Giant.. Morning chores done..
     
  7. GlassSculptor

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    Taking a break from shoveling.......Man, we got a butt load of snow and it's still coming down :startle:

    Quiet Nights in a little Big Ben Barbados. :coffee:
     
  8. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Snow's over here fellas...to bad the freaking wind is picking up. I'm watching the fruits of my earlier shoveling labors disappear with each gale. Time for a bowl.

    ET Blackpool in a cob. Hot tea and a nap to follow.
     
  9. velveteagle

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    Still sunny and windy here.. PA in my MM Country Gentleman Cob.. Then Half & Half in my MM Missouri Pride.. Be careful out there fellas.. :jig:
     
  10. Bri2k

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    CH in a Yello Bole Imperial, RC Cola on the side. Glad the week is half over.
     
  11. velveteagle

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    Captain Black Gold in my MM Great Dane Spool.. Then while wood chopping I had a bowl of FVF in my La Strada Pico...
     
  12. whitebriar

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    PA/Vanilla Cav mix in a MM Country Gentleman--cool on the porch; 42F--hot coffee and irish creme to keep out the chill
     
  13. Snake

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    Had to get up early to take a
    mate to the airport. Thankfully,
    no snow in the near future.
    EMP in my Bjarne freehand. Too
    much Vitamin N this early in
    my day! :startle:

    dp
     
  14. Bri2k

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    Blockade Runner in the trusty Kapet. Keeping the nautical theme with Hawaiian Punch on the side.
     
  15. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Stonehaven in a Pete system. Tried to smoke it while outside walking the dog, but heavy winds and snow drift put the kaibosh on that. :growl: It's much easier smoking inside... :eek:hyeah: Kona blend on the side.
     
  16. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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    Ive been hitting the davidoff danish in my " new " Kaywoodie meer lined ... hell of a combo ... Been drinking some Trappist Monk made coffee that I got at my last knights of columbus meeting . Must say it rocks big time . 11 bucks a pound aint to bad for something extra nice now and then
     
  17. Boomer-Z

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    Key Largo in a cob with a side of grapefruit and vodka.
    Z
     
  18. Mington

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    My first taste of Estorica Margate in my MM cob.
    Yum!
    (Thanks Chuck) :thumb:
     
  19. ZuluSafari

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    Just finished some Mac Baren Dark Twist Roll Cake in my Dr. Grabow Viking Sandblast bowl (Falcon copycat pipe.) Was very pleasant, though the temp is now -3 degrees F. Now I am nursinga cup of Dark Chocolate Coffee. Goes well with the virginia sweet aftertaste. Mmmm.
     
  20. raistlinsk

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    RLP-6 in my beautiful Viking.
     
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