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  1. wallbright

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    I enjoy watching movies, spending time with my girlfriend (most expensive hobby I have ever had lol) and just relaxing.

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    beef-jerky,distillation,pemmican,hard-tack,leather work,bird aviary,history,geography,mp3 players,indoor stair construction,reading,sleeping,current events,architectural and structural actual drawings,fishing,survival knowledge,pipe smoking,electricity,hydraulics,pneumatics,sun-dials,boating,dirt biking,astronomy.I could go on and on.They all get put on the back burner from time to time,but always come out to play now and then.

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    My newest hobby..... Grand Pa! Found out tonight.


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    Congratulations!

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    Congrats Lawrence!

    Mason jars and bale top jars, mason jars and bale top jars.... that is all!

    "There’s truth in the statement that pipe tobacco will never be any less expensive than it is today, so think of your cellar as a cost averaged investment" - G.L. Pease
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    Thanks Guys,

    I think it will sink in tomorrow when I realize how many martinis I have had tonight.

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    Congradulations Lawrence, I am happy for you

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    FAR OUT! Lawrence!

    If at first you don't succeed you are running about average.
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  9. wallbright

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    Congrats Lawrence! Don't smoke around the kiddos and try not to drink to much either. I am here if you need me to drink any excess drinks. Really, I would do that for you I am just that great of a pal.

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    Where's that mortician when you need him.....
    It will take his ministrations to wipe this smile off of my face.

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    Congratulations on the extension of your family!

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    Congratulations! An amazing feeling, no doubt, but one I'd like to put off fir a long while yet!

    Simon

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    Thanks Guys,

    Simon, seems like I said something like that yesterday....

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    Mlaug, why is the gun in the last picture cocked haha? Just in case I asked that question?

    Very interesting hobbies guys I hope to get involved in a few more down the road.

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    Golfing,gardening,hanging out with family,reading,grilling

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    I enjoy shooting in the winter and going out fishing and lobster fishing during the summer. I also enjoy renovating estate pipes (I'm just a beginner), and when I get the chance, skiing.
    As I did Archaeology at University I also like to keep up with my area of expertise (Vikings in SW England), and as an ex-Tankie Military History (Armoured Vehicles).

    "A pipe gives a wise man time to think and a fool something to stick in his mouth." - C.S. Lewis
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    First and foremost, SEX!
    Also, I shoot Trap and Skeet
    Handloading
    Fishing
    Gardening
    Reading
    And I raise Chickens!

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    Earlier in this thread I listed my hobbies as riding my bike and chasing girls, I think I have figured out how to post A pic here, if this works, then I will post other pic's

    http://s811.photobucket.com/albums/zz38/dd951/pipes/?action=view&current=IMG_0062.jpg

    well that didn't work,,,lol

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    trying again

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    Damn I finally got it.,will wonderes never cease LOL

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    There doesn't seem to be an awful lot of chasing going on there dd. Now capturing...that's a different story...hehe.

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    Looks like she's got you lol. You a biker?

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    Looks like she's got you lol. You a biker?

    And I was going to say I thought he looked like an Investment Banker...LOL

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    lol....walbright. I see a balloon coming out of the pipe that says 'Hey girls look, I snagged me a biker!'

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    Yes I am A biker, this is at A wedding in Gulf Shores, Al july 08

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    I like being a dad, first and foremost. I love spending time with my daughters and my wife at home or traveling. My other hobbies are below:
    hunting
    fishing
    four-wheeling
    antique shopping
    sniffing tobacco at local shop
    collecting knives
    shooting
    Also, a back-seat Baptist. Lots of friends and family at church. I am truly blessed!!

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    Being a knife maker when I am able. What type of knives do you collect?

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    I have a couple of handmade skinners, would have more if my budget allowed. Would love to see your handiwork sometime.

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    mlaug: those are some nice pistols, let me know if you ever decide to sell the 1911 or the luger!

    unclearthur: any tips on how to sharpen a knife? I thought about buying one of those sharpeners that chef's use, since it was so awesome on a kitchen set I used while on vacation - other than that, I just use my Spyderco knife sharpener, which does the job putting it together and taking it apart takes longer than the quick sharpening of a knife.

    My own hobbies, I'm a car enthusiast, I probably won't buy another boy racer like this, my next car is probably going to be a wagon or something with two doors and no top.

    I also enjoy detailing cars - here is my other car before I sold it, hard to capture on camera but you can see on the left side prior to detailing, it was quite dull - the right side I was able to bring a lot of the shine back.

    Mountain biking - not only is it fun, it's a good way to get exercise, and once in a while you bump into hotties who are running/walking on the trails instead of biking them.

    Music - not an audiophile or anything, I just love listening to music and I wish I could play instruments well. I enjoy Journey and 80's music the most.

    I'm also a technogeek. I fix small electronics, like smashed iPhone screens etc. I'm also into building Hackintoshes for fun and modifying netbooks, like the one pictured below. I harvested some aluminum shims from an old heat sink and slapped them into my netbook - it made a world of difference in cooling compared to the old goopy stuff they had one before.

    Video games - I'm a boy, got to have them.

    Lastly, but probably not the last one ever - fine drinking. By this, I mean, I'm trying out all the things I can in bourbons, whiskey/whisky, scotch etc so I can differentiate between them all and find out what I like best. Currently: some Macallan 25, but for the other days I do love Maker's Mark, I also picked up a bottle of Maker's 46 but have yet to dive in.

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    My absolute favorite thing to do would be working on cars. I've been crazy about anything with gears and wheels since the day I was born. Grew up around Mopars and have a strong love for Subaru's.

    Music is definitely a close second. Same deal, been into it since I was small.

    Onizuka,
    What's done to the STi? I noticed you have the Piggy's on the mirrors. The sign of a true enthusiast haha.

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    It used to be modified but now she is sitting pretty in the garage. All she has now is a Cobb off the shelf stage 1 map and a rare exhaust, Blitz Nur Spec Touring edition. Maybe 1 of 5 in the US.

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    Hobbies... besides sleeping on my days off? ^_^

    Reading, my first true love was my books.
    Writing, because it is hard not to be inspired ^_^ Prose, poetry, short stores, and working on a few novels.
    Drawing, I don't draw actual people... I do things in my head.
    I've dabbled in painting, but I haven't mastered the control yet.
    .....since we are showing off....

    Perhaps these two aren't my best work ever, but they are two of my favorites.
    I had drawn this cat in miniature in another picture, and a friend asked me to draw him a picture of just the cat...so I did. I also did a colored version, but my scanner died before I got it onto my computer.

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    I heard the terms "Futuristic Victorian Pinup" and decided I HAD to try it. Cause, what is more awesome than a girl in a corset. I do have this one colored, but I am still not thrilled with it (it was my first ever digitally colored piece and it got a little muddied, I plan on fixing it later...but who has time? lol).... I'll stick her up anyway though.

    ~A Time Piece~


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  33. pstlpkr

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    I never cease to be amazed at the talent that are members here.

    I like them Red.

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    I found the finished version and swapped it out... you can tell I went a bit crazy with the effects, but it still turned out pretty fun ^_^ and maybe I'll toss up my dragon sometime if you ask really nice lol. And I feel like messing with a scanner again. -.-

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    That's pretty cool stuff - I wish I could draw; I can barely muster decent looking stick figures.

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    pickin the banjo (playing music in general)
    collecting records
    reading
    watchin movies
    building guitars

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    pickin the banjo (playing music in general)

    That's Super Dan!

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    Should have asked me about this 20 years ago... I "used" to be into touring on my BMW bike and sailing, but no more. Now I do some camping, occasional fly fishing, bicycle riding and working on some projects at the computer. But,closed related to pipe smoking... While I'm smoking, mainly while at the computer, I post boring things on this forum, listen to old radio shows and music. I mentioned the radio and music earlier but, for those who might be interested I'll go into more detail.

    Old Time Radio: Most of the time TV is just plain boring, nothing good to watch, so I listed to otr on the computer. There's some great stuff out there. If you're interested a good place to start is at: radiolovers.com

    Music: Most of my listening is late at night (after the wife is asleep) so as not to disturb her I use headphones. I like to keep it portable so I can move around but I also like a high-end sound. Ipods sound "ok" but not high end. What I've done is added a top quality amp and headphones to mine and everthing in the Ipod is ripped to the "lossless" format. If you've never heard a set up like this you would probably be surprised. One friend described it as "shocking". My Ipod is attached to the top of the amp with velcro. I put a pic together of what I use (we all know what an Ipod Classic looks like). Sennheiser HD600 phones and SR71A amp from Ray Samuels Audio with a Ray Samuels interconnect. If you want great sound I recommend this set up. Cheers.

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    bump for the newbies to respond

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    searock wrote>>Old Time Radio: Most of the time TV is just plain boring, nothing good to watch, so I listed to otr on the computer. There's some great stuff out there. If you're interested a good place to start is at: radiolovers.com>>

    the theater of the mind--glad to have another fan aboard--

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    Bump for the newbies to respond

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    Poker.

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    Wait a sec... PstlPkr Plays Poker?

    Practically PerPetually.

    Predictable.

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    Positively!

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    classicgeek said "Wait a sec... PstlPkr Plays Poker?

    Practically PerPetually.

    Predictable."

    Your Presumptuously Presuming.

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    What's the world coming to?

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    Hey Whitebriar, Yep, I'm addicted. Here's a couple of tips if you don't already know about them. A good source is: http://www.archive.org/details/audio_bookspoetry It's not the easiest to navigate but they have a ton of stuff. If you haven't listened yet and want drama and suspense try: CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. And if you want to laugh try: Chet Chedder's Tales from the Morgue... It isn't what you would think. You can find both these at the link above. Enjoy!

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    Searock! Thanks for that link . I love old radio dramas.

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    Unclearthur: My pleasure... hope you find something you like.

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    Watching SEC/Auburn Football:
    The War Department goes to her mother's on Saturdays.....
    "Because you yell at the TV."

    WAR EAGLE!

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    My wife and I share our lives with our dogs, so the main interest is them. We are currently getting our latest recruit acclimatized to life with them all. Collected her on Thursday, got home later in the afternoon and within an hour of being "home", she was completely settled and was having fun with the others, which was a good thing as it turned out, as the owners of another girl we bred called up whilst we were en route to collect the Pup, to tell us that they felt that their girl was starting first stages of labour. We were on call as Midwives you see. So, I took Carol over to their house at about 6pm and then returned here to sort out our lot and attend to the new Baby.
    Long story short, finally brought Carol home again at 10pm Friday Night after their girl had safely delivered her 7 pups. Been backwards and forwards between their house and ours ever since, but we are now reasonably happy that they at last.... know what they are doing.

    Our new Baby has now decided that she is ruling the roost, so it is quite funny watching the goings on.

    Communicating via this internet malarkey is an ideal way for me to socialise with YOU, the great unwashed and uneducated, whilst keeping you all at a distance. Tones it down you see?
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    Of course, we want pictures.

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    Just for you hobie. Taken yesterday afternoon.

    This is "Misha"

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    She never lets me down...

    Hobby ??...Hmmmm....???

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    I am a big cigar guy the cigar fourm I am on has a pipe thread that got me wanting to try my new found love other than that its the outdoors

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    Bump for all the newbies......oh no...post 666 for me

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    Oh no! Be afraid, hobie!

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    Give'm hell Hobie!

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    I know you new subscribers have some interesting hobbies.....with pictures of course

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    women
    booze
    pipes
    women
    photography
    Games
    women
    knives

    as far as knives that I own this one is my favorite http://www.khukurihouseonline.com/Themes/Products/Large_1/1235460633.jpg its an 18" beast

    Remember, if you smoke after sex you're doing it too fast.
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    I'm a comic geek, and have thousands. Along with pipes, video games and movies, I think that sums up my hobbies.

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  62. collin

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    "Hobbies", I have none....my "Interests" number in the dozens. So I won't bore you with listing them.

    Number one is cooking great food. Two and three are drums and art.

    Percussion.....playing side in one of best Pipe Bands in North America.

    (me on the right)

    Pen and Ink

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    Reading, coaching basketball, American history, philosophy, theology, New York Islander season ticket holder, goofing around with my kids (20, 16, and 11), swimming, sandy beaches....

    "If you can't send money, send tobacco." -George Washington to the Continental Congress, 1776
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    That's me in the white scrum cap, dislodging the opposition from the ruck.

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    Excellent replies, that's why I started this thread.

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    I've been collecting straight razors for some time. I refurbish them back to usable condition and hone them. I shave with the old straight razors also:-)
    I also enjoy photography as well as guns and shooting. I also keep a blog at http://gunner777.wordpress.com

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    Women
    Sex with women
    IPSC
    Collecting older Colt MFG and Smith and Wesson revolvers
    Collecting Cold War Era battle rifles
    Competitive long distance shooting
    1911's
    Women
    Sex with women

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    bump for the new members

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    love to hunt and fish. been doing it most of my life. been bowhunting and beagling for 30 years. been fishin since i have been a kid. also for the last six years i make most of my baits i bass fish with. hers a clip of some of my baits

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    love filming our beagles. heres a clip of me filming my buddy this season.
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    new hobby making pipes. also make walking sticks.

    smokin my homemade rustic pipe. don`t get any better.
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    In addition to playing my guitars and keyboards I bought a 1977 MGB in September; so driving that around the countryside is my latest joy. I'll spend the winter learning to care for it and hope that when Spring comes along that it'll start right up and I can hit the road sans top.

    Blowin' smoke since 1970.
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