Kevin Godbee
Thank you for joining us for The Pipes Magazine Radio Show—the only radio talk show for pipe smokers and collectors. We want to thank you for listening and being one of our loyal 15,000 weekly fans. In tonight’s "Pipe Parts" segment Brian will discuss pipe cleaners. You might be surprised about how much there actually is to say about something as simple as a pipe cleaner. There are some potential pitfalls that Brian will help you avoid while keeping your pipe clean. Our Featured Interview tonight is with Jason Bard. Jason is an expert Pipe Restorer. Pipes that have been used and abused are made to look like new again once Jason is through with them. He has some great stories about his journey into pipedom which you should enjoy.  Our pipes are packed, drinks are poured, the sound check is done … pack a pipe, sit back, relax and join us for The Pipes Magazine Radio Show.

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5 Responses to “The Pipes Magazine Radio Show - Episode 60”

  1. seilerjp said:

    Hey Brian,
    Pipe Cleaners - for 44+ years primarily used Dills. Prices gone from 25 cents to almost $2 per package. Likewise, I use 2 or 3 per bowl.

    Jason Bard & pipe restoration - good topic. They were next to Bill and I at CORPS, along the wall. They had some very nice pipes.

    I hope to make it to the West Coast show sometime. Nice musical selection.

    The number of plates at crazy barrel keeps up jobs for dishwashers…

    Good show, brian

  2. dino said:

    I’m an unrepentant segregationist…when it comes to food.
    I’m damn-near Sheldon Cooperish, in my desire to isolate my esculents.
    Besides, John is correct, plates need to be washed; it’s someone’s job.
    Huzzah to the Barrel for being a job creator!
    The show was, as always, terrific. Thoroughly enjoyed the conversation with Jason.
    And, Mr. Bley was wonderfully inventive and lyrical.

  3. timcanny said:

    I enjoyed the latest show, Brian. Your talk with Jason about the one-of-a-kind Dunhill got me wondering about collecting pipes as an investment. It isn’t something I could afford to do but it would be interesting to hear about people who can. I’m guessing it is similar to art in that you should invest in what you like, but I would definitely like to hear a Pipe Parts and/or Interview talking about who does it, what kind of pipes they are investing in, if it is something many collectors do or only a few. Anyway, keep up the good work.

  4. balcifer said:

    Another great interview Brien I am thinking of trying to purchase one or two estate pipes. As for the food I would be already stuffed with half of that order.

  5. kcghost said:

    Pretty much a run of the mill show (they can’t all be great). The piece on pipe cleaners would be very useful for newbies. It seems like every body and their brother has become a pipe restorer (not a repairman though).

    The thing about Cracker Barrel that has always amazed me is the amount of business they do. I mean they turn out pretty mediocre meals and yet out draw places that do a much better job with the same meals for the same price.





 

 


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