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    Tilbury (2014) in a series #1 150th Anniversary Corndog, The Bully. I have 5 flakes of PS LTF that have been sitting in a jar for some time now. I plan on burning that up tonight while watching the NL Wild Card game. I need the jar.
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    Carter Hall in a MM Charles Towne Cobbler.
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    Getting ready to head out to a routine medical check-up. I'm taking the Washington Cob, some Shop Mix, and a mug of coffee along for the ride.

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    Escudo in a MM/Moonshine Stoker Blackout cob. Great tobac, the only tins I can open without jarring because they are gone in a week or less. First smoke in the Stoker, awesome cob. Lighter, larger bowl, slightly shorter than the MM/Dagner Po-kers. And it's got the natural rough feel of a neked as it's not sanded smooth, I love it.

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    Escudo in a neked Cobbler and a MM mug full of java to help. Last night - while watching the Cards take it on the chin - I smoked a bowl of PH Curly Block in a MM 150th anniversary Franklin Corndog. I like it better than the Bully. Still disappointed there wasn't a series three however.

    Deciding whether or not to go back down for day 2 of the festivities. There's going to be some tobacco reps there today (Scandinavian and C&D) along with Jeremy Reeves doing a blending demo. Might have to go down and see if I can mooch a bowl or three.
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    A big bowl of Escudo in a Reverse Calabash CobWasp. Waiting on the coffee pot to finish brewing and the NLCS game 2. Go Cards!
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    Escudo in a MM/Moonshine Stoker Blackout Cob, almost done with the morning coffee. So I needed pipe cleaners. Decided to just wait, hold off, and get them when I was down at the cob shop. And yup, I forgot.
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    PH Curly Block in a Franklin Corndog, which smokes better than the Bully, me likey. Time to make more coffee.

    Today is game day and I can say without a doubt there's more hits in the house than the Cards have in two games of the NLCS.
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    Leftovers from the baccy board which is mostly Escudo and PH Curly Block in a Franklin, and of course there's coffee on the side. There's enough of this mix to get me through most of the day.
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    Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls in a Cobbler. I have three coins of this left, come on SP and hurry up and get the Peterson/Dunhill baccy in.

    The Cards had a HUGE improvement in the offense in game three with seven hits and they actually plated a run. Too bad the Nats got to bat as well.

    Now down 3 games to zero, the Cards have them set up for the biggest comeback in the history of the National league.
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