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  1. docgarr

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    Please consider completing the pipe and tobacco survey that I have online. It will take less than 5 minutes to complete. The results will be posted on the United Pipe Clubs of America webpage at unitedpipeclubs.org. Thanks in advance.

    Pipe and Tobacco Survey

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    Just completed. Results are interesting!

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    Completed as well.
    Agree, interesting initial results.
    Please provide link to full results once the survey ends.

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    Let’s keep this thread bumped.

    Thank you for the opportunity to participate, OP.

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    Just completed. Results are interesting!

    Same here.

    Was interesting to see I was in the majority in most areas, especially since I'm currently a lone smoker. No pipe smoking friends or access to clubs and no B&M's nearby.

    "May my last breath be drawn through a pipe, and exhaled in a jest." Charles Lamb
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    Done.

    Interesting that so far NOBODY has been influenced by advertisements to smoke a pipe. Legislators trying to ram plain packaging through should take notice... but, that would only happen beyond the fields we know.

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    How are you guys seeing results?

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    Was interesting to see I was in the majority in most areas, especially since I'm currently a lone smoker. No pipe smoking friends or access to clubs and no B&M's nearby.

    Too bad we’re not closer. We seem of like mind in many regards. If I travel down Florida way I’ll message ya. Feel free to do the same if you come up to Tennessee.

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    When you complete the survey you've given a link to results. I closed the tab and won't do it again, but maybe this link works?

    Survey Results

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    Was interesting to see I was in the majority in most areas, especially since I'm currently a lone smoker. No pipe smoking friends or access to clubs and no B&M's nearby.

    I can relate. No pipe clubs that I know of here, and in Canada it's illegal to smoke in a shop, so no cigar lounges at your local B&M either.

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    I completed the survey and it is interesting.

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    Answered. I actually enjoy filling out surveys.

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    Done. Interesting results.

    And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl proved the strongest man at last
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    Done.

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    I completed the survey. The results? Pretty much useless unless/until they are broken out into age, length of time smoking, etc. A bit of correlation would be most helpful. My guess is; older, long time smokers are more directed in their smoking. With the youngsters being all over the map as it were.I write this with regard to types of tobacco smoked, number of pipes, amount consumed daily, etc. But, that's only based on anecdotal information.

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    I’m hoping this survey may be used to demonstrate that there’s a vibrant and thriving pipe tobacco community which consists of adults, and is of little-to-no interest to youngsters. I believe this to be the actual case.

    Anyway, if this is true maybe it’s an indicator that we need very little FDA oversight of our beloved hobby.

    Hey, a guy can hope.

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    That was interesting. I don't often do surveys, but this one was fun and interesting.... of course, because it was for pipe smoking.

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    Being the Typhoid Mary of all devices digital, I am sorry to inform you that the survey stalled after the first page, which I completed. I clicked on "Next" once, then double-click, the adjusted the scrolling and did so again, and several more times. Nothing. But that's just me. I'm sure it will work fine for everyone and anyone else. That is why I don't bother with a smart phone, iPad, or any other devices. They don't want me, and I don't want them, as a friend of mine said of Selective Service.

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    I completed the survey. I'd like to eventually know the end purpose of the survey. It may seem self-evident, but I've found it's always good to question things.

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    Completed. One observation; Peterson appears to be the most popular brand of pipes (assuming read the chart correctly) but Ireland is not an option for country of manufacture; this might skew the 'no preference' figures.

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    Oohh, I love graphs and statistics. This was intriguing. Thanks for putting this together.

    Neal
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    added my 2 cents

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    Just completed the survey. Most of the results I could've predicted, but there were some surprises.

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    I found the cumulative results (so far) about pipe clubs and pipe shows to be particularly interesting. I am in two different pipe clubs that are both basically comprised of the same small group of pipe smokers and I am sometimes discouraged that our numbers never grow. This survey shows me that there are a lot of smokers out there that haven't joined clubs which is a bummer. But the silver lining is that with better outreach, there is a community out there that might still join a pipe club if there was one near them.

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    Submitted.

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    I find it interesting that at least a quarter of the participants have graduate degrees.

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    I find it interesting that at least a quarter of the participants have graduate degrees.

    I wonder if those 'thinking men' smoke Petersons?

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    Done.

    Hey, that was fun!

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    I completed it. How long is the survey period? aka "when's it done" so we can see the completed results?

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    Interesting survey, on a couple of questions it wouldn't let me select the response I wanted, namely burley blends - occasionally, and rope tobacco - never. I wish the questions on other forms of smoking were worded differently with more options. E.g. how often do you smoke cigarettes? Frequently, occasionally, never.

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    I didn't expect the (current) majority of participants to have >20 lbs. of tobacco stored for some reason.

    Thought it makes complete sense given the current nanny state climate.

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    Done

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    In for later. I am looking forward to seeing the results as well.

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    Only 97.3% male...imagine that.

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    Very interesting results. Not many surprises. For me it brings up more questions such as...are there pipe clubs in your area but you chose not to join?

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    Gladly finished survey
    Interesting results
    Keep it going

    Keep calm...smoke a pipe.
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    Done. Interesting results!

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    Mike, thank you for taking the time to think this out and to set it up.

    While surveys can be entertaining, the results are only as good as the sample set. This survey will not reach most pipe smokers. At best, it is a survey of people who take part in online pipe groups that chose to respond to an online survey.

    That said, it will be interesting to see more expansive interpretations of the data.

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    There are results there now, though the sample size is under 100.

    What in fact is the intended - or hoped for- number of participants?

    I know that you believe you understood what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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    More interestingly, what do you plan to do with the results?

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    So far about 347 responses. The only real surprise was the percentage that reported themselves as new smokers. But then again, if this survey is primarily dependent on fora and other social media for respondents, I shouldn't be that surprised. Likewise, the distribution over the size of collections was also interesting. When it gets to a few thousand respondents the results may be significant of something. I just don't know what. Still, it was fun and interesting.

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    done.

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    Very cool survey. I will pass it on to my friends and check up on it in a few weeks. I hope this gets put to good use!

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    Looks like we’re fairly evenly divided amongst the political map (or, we were when I saw the results).

    Not pulling the conversation there, only to say this is a good thing. Our love of pipe smoking gives us some common ground... which we definitely need these days.

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    Completed...Some interesting results but overall, for me, I didn't see any real surprises; especially on the demographic side. The one surprise I did see and it's already been mentioned, was the amount of tobacco smokers have stored away. I think a parallel can be drawn between tobacco products, firearms and to some degree alcohol here. It's almost assured that any governmental intrusiveness will almost always cause sales of the target of regulation to increase and cause people to hord said targeted product. Not to derail this thread but what does that say about us as a group or as a society in general and how we view or feel about our government's continual hunger for control and power?

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    It's almost assured that any governmental intrusiveness will almost always cause sales of the target of regulation to increase and cause people to hord said targeted product.

    That is a HUGE assumption. Most of us on the forums have been cellaring tobaccos since way before the FDA got involved. It only makes sense, and almost all forms of media involved with pipesmoking have been advocating aged blends since as far back as I can remember. Aging for flavor, setting back blends before they go defunct... there are many other reasons to cellar.

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    Looks like we’re fairly evenly divided amongst the political map (or, we were when I saw the results).

    That was one question I could not answer...because the response choices were strictly two dimensional along the standard left/right axis.

    I cannot locate myself on that line...or relate to it or identify with it.

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    "That is a HUGE assumption. Most of us on the forums have been cellaring tobaccos since way before the FDA got involved."

    Okay, that may be very true, the cellaring and aging of tobacco is like the aging and storage of fine wine but "panic buying" is a real phenomenon. It crosses all boundaries of consumer goods. You see it historically in markets sales of anything from gasoline to toilet paper. It is almost a natural and predictable human behavior when the availability or security of a product is threatened either by outside forces such as government regulation or market upset. I do not believe that pipe smokers are any different than any other consumer. Human behavior in this respect, is rather typical. Sorry if this sounds cynical or critical of the community no offense was meant, but historically outside threats to market goods have elicited a panic reaction and it stands to reason that some would choose to hoard their favorite pipe tobacco out of fear of either price hikes or lack of availability.

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    I find anonymous and online far too sketchy especially concerning my tobacco usage in this era. Going to have to pass.

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    Sorry, wulf, you are correct, to a degree. I am sure many have started hoarding based on fear. But, the political assumptions that you tie these too...

    how we view or feel about our government's continual hunger for control and power?

    ...is a stretch when most of us that have kept up with all of this keep in mind that this was/is a power play by the corporate cigarette companies. This wasn't all just someone in government setting at a desk wanting more power, as you play it. This was a corporate business decision to monopolize a product. A corporation gaming the system...

    Other than that, most of us in the forum had cellars for much different reasons.

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    According to the survey, the majority of us are:

    Over 60, been smoking a pipe for under 5 years, started out of curiosity, own between 21 and 50 pipes, prefer Savinelli, are both a collector and smoker, and smoke all your pipes.

    You spent between $100 and $200 for your most expensive pipe, but spend $51 to $100 on average. You don't care what finish it has, what the stem is, or where it comes from, but it has to be briar. You prefer standard medium size pipes, and don't own a multichambered pipe. You smoke several times a week and have some estates. Your smoke lasts between half and one hour. You dedicate pipes and primarily smoke by yourself at home, and never at work, usually with coffee or tea.

    You've also never been to a pipe show.

    Sounds like we are a fun bunch!

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    Yeh, I was surprised that the multichambered pipe got a whole question unto itself. I don't think this ever even comes up on here, except by the rare newbie post. Makes me wonder what the whole survey was for.

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    Done.
    You guys spend too much time contemplating your navel.

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    KC, I like how you read through this, and then blamed us for navel gazing. Ha ha!!

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    I find anonymous and online far too sketchy especially concerning my tobacco usage in this era. Going to have to pass.

    True...but I don't think stating your tobacco usage on this forum is really any different.

    This wasn't all just someone in government setting at a desk wanting more power, as you play it. This was a corporate business decision to monopolize a product. A corporation gaming the system...

    Yes, but a corporation cannot "game the system" in this manner without system collaboration.

    Taking a position on whether it was a government or corporate thing misses the bigger picture, imo. There has long been a revolving door between the regulatory agencies and the big corporate boardrooms.

    Generally speaking, the left supports government regulation and the right supports big business. They are both (for the most part) supporting the same thing, imo.

    I would only add that (imo) it is not ultimately about monopolizing the tobacco/vaping market. It may be that in the short term, but in the longer term it's only about control and social engineering...which originates at a level above both the government and corporate sectors.

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    Thank you, that was fun.

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    True...but I don't think stating your tobacco usage on this forum is really any different.

    The forum doesn't claim anonymity.

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    IBTL! Again!

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    That was fun. Thanks for sharing.

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    Did it.

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    Completed. Interesting survey.

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    Just completed .

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    Anyone note how many had completed when you finished?

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    504 so far.

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    Gave my two cents...

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    506 completed now.

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    Done.

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    Done. - Sherm Natman

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    There was a link above that shows results. Here it is again:
    Results

    Interesting, even if only to spur discussion on the forum.

    Things like this are probably harder to put together than it looks. That said I'd note that this would be skewed toward pipe smokers who go online and use forums. I think it is possible that a large part of the pipe smoking population is excluded.

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    When do we get our grades?

    OK, on the serious side, I thought some of the questions/answers weren't could have been better. For example, I have a number of preferred pipe brands but was asked only to name one. Similarly, I was only allowed to select one preferred stem shape. The question about preferred blend types forced me to choose between 'occasionally" and "most of the time" which made things difficult given that I smoke English, straight VA and VA-based blends with about equal frequency (meaning I some them something between occasionally and most of the time). Similar comment on the question of preferred tobacco cuts.

    One question that wasn't asked that I would like to see the answer to is, "When you smoke a pipe, do you inhale, retrohale and/or puff"? Answer choices: Never / Occasionally / Most of the time / All of the time.

    Anyway, those are my thoughts.

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