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

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    What Is In Your Pipe? - September 2019.

    Now smoking Watch City VaPer Test Sample #1 in a smooth straight Lane era Charatan Executive Extra Large stretch apple with diagonal channel cuts on the lower right and left of the bowl along with a black vulcanite double comfort stem. This pipe was formerly owned by actor William Conrad. Chatting with the fella who gifted me the pipe.
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    A third of the way through this bowl of Watch City Off the Rails in a medium bend raw sienna toned early Radice sandblast egg with bamboo carving on the shank and a black acrylic saddle stem. Working and listening to the MLB talk on the XM.
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    Did a light snacking, and am now smoking Sutliff Dunhill Elizabethan Match Plug in my trusty 1970s smooth three quarter bend Peterson System Standard 305 with a black vulcanite p-lip stem.
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    Probably my last smoke of the day: Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match in a late '80s, early 90s small bend medium brown smooth, unbranded Nording pot with a couple small rusticated spots, an amber colored acrylic ferrule and tapered stem in the military mount style. Work's done and I'm phone chatting again abut stuff.
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    HU Director's Cut in a Dunhill Shell #659:


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    Work is the curse of the smoking classes
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    Good Sunday Morning, Gentlemen! It's 60F/15.5C here with a cloudy sky and we may get some rain today. Lily has been served breakfast and Grover is out and about somewhere, but I expect him to eventually stop by the workshop for a visit. Now smoking a bowl of BBF in the Upshall Dublin with a fresh mug of coffee on the tobacco table.

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    Homebrew in a Beasley:


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    Good morning. Perfect weather, 71 degrees. JKP in a no name pencil and coffee. The most work I have planned for the day is opening a new box of ODF.
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    Good morning, Good people.
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    Somewhere in North Yorkshire.

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    The Three Friars are on the fence as to make tomato soup
    & grilled cheese/ham sandwiches or just to have a bowl of cereal.
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    I can resist anything but temptation.
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