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Thread: What Is In Your Pipe? - August 2019.

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    What Is In Your Pipe? - August 2019.

    Close to finishing this bowl of Dunhill Elizabethan Match in a 1982 smooth straight Dunhill Root Briar 31051 Dublin with a black vulcanite tapered stem. Working and listening to the MLB trade news on the XM.

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    Now smoking early 1970s MacBaren Burley London Blend in a smooth medium bend 2011 Rinaldo Collection Fiammata Silver Line 7 Odea 04 flame grain bulldog with a silver band and a tortoise shell acrylic saddle stem.

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    Just finished work and this bowl of Mac Baren Amphora Kentucky Blend in my old reliable 1986 smooth Peterson Kildare 999 Rhodesian with a black vulcanite p-lip stem.

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    Fed Suzy and Molly, and am a third of the way through my last smoke of the day: year 1999 Edgeworth Ready Rubbed in a 1970s dark brown straight Linkman Signature billiard with a nickel band and a black vulcanite tapered stem with the initials LCR on the top of the stem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VDL_PIPER:
    Afternoon gentlemen, I see lots of posts to read up on as you guys have been busy. The dreaded cancer affliction stuck our household with the good lady Connie finding a lump and of course immediate surgery was required. Shes well and recovering and now we have to do the therapy and cross our fingers. Otherwise its been a hard winter to date here in Tassie with plenty of snow and rain and more coming I suspect. Just took a moment to enjoy a bowl of SPC Plum Pudding SR in no name billiard. Happy smokes lads and let me read up on what youve all been doing.
    We're all with you and Connie at this tough time, Paul, and wish her a full recovery.
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    Good Morning, Gentlemen! It's 64F/17.7C with a clear sky as the sun begins to rise here in our town. I have an early afternoon appointment with an orthopedic specialist at the Cleveland Veterans Hospital and there are a couple of points that we'll need to discuss. I'm scheduled for surgery in the middle of next January and I want to see if it can be done sooner and at a non-Veterans Administration hospital closer to me. Even though it should be allowed if it's in the patient's best interest, I expect bureaucratic push-back and drama over this already. Now smoking a bowl of Limerick VA Flake in the James Upshall Dublin with a fresh mug of coffee on the tobacco table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    We're all with you and Connie at this tough time, Paul, and wish her a full recovery.
    Yes, Godspeed and prayers sent. Stay strong.

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    St Bruno Flake in a Northern Briars Premier dublin,watching the first day of the ashes cricket on tv
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