Interview With A Tobacconist

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deathmetal

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I’ve worked as assistant manager at a small independent pipe & cigar shop for almost a year now; I needed a part-time job to supplement my income as a freelancer and thanks to a good word from my other half (a long time pipe smoker) got a job at the local tobacconist. The shop has been running for about 45 years, but I’m the only woman that’s ever even asked to work there!
http://www.deathmetal.org/interview/interview-with-a-tobacconist/
Interesting insights on the changing industry.

 

didache

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Thanks for posting this. I am not sure what her politics has to do with anything, but it was interesting to read her views on the industry. This looks like Covent Garden I think? I haven't popped in there for a while, but when I do I will look out for her.

 

didache

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Yes Segar & Snuff I think. Two things give it away: the Mullins & Westley designs on the backy jars in the picture, and her reference to Highlanders mixture, which is one of their staples.

 

oldgeezersmoker

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From the interview "I was once asked to remove my Make America Great Britain Again hat in a local pub"
ROFLMAO

 
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