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    Great pipe, Ed! That's a more than worthy consolation.
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    That's a great looking pipe. Nicely shaped. I think you traded up and won the Prom Queen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sablebrush52 View Post
    That's a great looking pipe. Nicely shaped. I think you traded up and won the Prom Queen.
    I think so too, Jesse. I have quite a few vintage Comoys, but this is my first Comoy billiard, so that too is a plus for me.

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    It's a peach Ed.
    I can resist anything but temptation.

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    Very good looking pipe! Congratulations.
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    Thank you all for the kind words of encouragement over this new purchase. I smoked it yesterday for the first time and it shows the quality and condition that I expected.

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    Aye Zea, wot they said!! Congrats lad, get Ye a ration o the Capt's rum to celebrate!! cheers.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by PyrateMate View Post
    Aye Zea, wot they said!! Congrats lad, get Ye a ration o the Capt's rum to celebrate!! cheers.gif
    And the Capn's rum be some aged Flor de Caña Nicaraguan rum, of which we relieved the Spaniards on a little visit we paid their coast off the Isthmus on our return from Nombre de Dios, arr..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeaward View Post
    And the Capn's rum be some aged Flor de Caña Nicaraguan rum, of which we relieved the Spaniards on a little visit we paid their coast off the Isthmus on our return from Nombre de Dios, arr..
    Aye Matey, well played .


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