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  1. sapo59

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    I thought a thread in which members could get to know one and other better would be nice. I was think maybe some small talk as if you were sitting beside a stranger at a local cafe having a coffee. A place where we can talk about our occupations, families, hobbies and etc...If anyone is interested feel free to post.

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  2. jonesing

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    What the hell. I'll play.

    I live in Fort Worth, TX. 42 years old, married no kids no plans for kids.

    The wife is now a high school history teacher having left a throne in corporate America. She worked for the guys that will "absolutely positively get it there over night" for about 10 years.

    I run the Catastrophe Claims operation for a major Insurance Company. Think hurricanes, hail storms, tornadoes, EQs etc. Almost certain more than a few of you are our customers. So if your house blows away one of my people will come help you out.

    Have a couple dogs. Boxers. Lucy and Chester. I love these guys. They are much better entertainment than anything on TV.

    I'm a rank amateur pipe smoker but long time lover of tobacco in general.

    Some trivial facts about me:

    I once played bacci ball with George Brett. And won I might add.

    I'm a die hard KC Chiefs fan. (die hard is redundant for any Chiefs fan these days)

    I won both my Fantasy Football leagues this year; and therein likely shot my lightning in a bottle wad for the rest of my fantasy football career.

    I'm a published poet.

    I simply do not understand Algebra or any math with letters in it.

    I'm an avid reader. Heavy on the mind candy suspense/thriller genre. But usually have a couple "legitimate" books burning too. Typically history or leadership theory stuff. Some current favorite pop reading authors. Harlen Coben, Greg Iles, Lee Child, Jason Pinter, Kyle Mills, John Sanford etc.

    I recently stood next to Minka Kelly in a beer line at a concert in Austin. I'm forever changed by the experience.

    I won't see any communication directed to me here. I'm no longer active at this forum.
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  3. bytor

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    I'm in too...

    I'm 34, live in Washington state, and work as an engineer. Math with letters in it is fun!

    I have a couple cats that really aren't very entertaining, but are rather large (they've been on diets and are down to 14 pounds,from 18 pounds).

    I've never cared much for sports in general.

    I just can't seem to quit the cigs no matter how hard I try. I love pipes and they are a great hobby...but cigs are the addiction.

    I enjoy large Sudoku puzzles (16 x 16 instead of the standard 9 x 9).

    I had to google "Minka Kelly"!

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  4. thecigarsoldier

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    Couldn't resist tossing my hat into the ring:

    38 years old with a wonderful wife and no offspring. None planned.

    I manage a Title Insurance Company in Green Bay Wisconsin, No I'm not from here but Yes I have Packers season tickets. Please refer back to the wonderful wife comment.

    I run Northeast Wisconsin's largest cigar (& pipe) club (shameless self promoting plug about to come: http://www.cigarnightonline.com ) and work part time at Titletown Tobacco.

    I am the lead singer of a 3 man band called 12 Volt Band and I wish I was Jimmy Buffett.

    I am addicted to this website.

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  5. sapo59

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    Thanks for posting. I just thought it would be something different. I'm twenty eight and live in Tennessee. I have been a carpenter for 10 years. I'm currently unemployed, go figure. I have two children, a daughter 11 and son who is almost 2. I have been married for two years, to a wonderful women, no matter what you may read elsewhere in the forum. She is a pharmacy technician and thankfuly working. I was raised an Army brat and chose to follow in my fathers footstep when I graduated high school. I served four years in the Army. The corp of engineers, where I learned to be a carpenter. I was stationed in Alaska, and deployed to Kathmandu, Nepal to build a earthquake resistant hospital. I'm a avid baseball fan (Chicago Cubs) that's where my family is from. I've been smoking a pipe for a little over two years and enjoy it alot. Guess that's about it.

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  6. bytor

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    Reading other posts in here made me realize I left off a couple things in common...

    I, too, have a wonderful wife and have been married for nearly 16 years now. No kids and none planned.

    I am also a drummer in a 3 man band and wish I was... Jimmy Buffett too... er... Neil Peart, I mean.

    Perhaps we have another thread that needs to start... Pipes & Musical Instruments?

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  7. jonesing

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    That's kinda weird 3 fairly "old' married guys with no kids and no plans to have any.

    And I'll blushingly add that I'm a closet singer song writer. Been playing the guitar since 3rd grade and fancy myself more a Robert Earl keen rather than Jimmy Buffet. But it's really just a matter of slight difference in longitude. Pretty similar artists. One from Florida one from Texas.

    I however have never had the cajones (or talent)to do it in public. So a 3 man band is way out of my league.

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  8. sapo59

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    I can play the first 4 notes of joy to the world on the keyboard...does that count LMAO.

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  9. bytor

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    lol...it depends on whether you are talking about the christmas carol or Three Dog Night!

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    fairly "old".....humph

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    Hey! I'm including myself in that group. I like to think of myself as a soon to be full fledged silver back gorilla.

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    LMAO! Well...I'll admit that I am already working on the silver part, but not on my back for hells sake!

    May have just found my new avatar too! LOL

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    I'm 35 (will be 36 in a few more months). I have been with the same woman for 16 years and have been married to her the last 12. We have no kids except for our animals, which believe me, should count as kids. They are just as hard, if not harder to take care of.

    I love reading and movies. I am (more like used to be) a movie buff. I have started to really get into wine and beer the last year or so, but am still a super noob at them and don't know too much about either.

    The only sport that I really love is NFL Football, although I do occasionally watch most other sports.

    The closest thing to a musical instrument that I can play, is when some of my pipes whistle while I smoke them.

    I have been using tobacco products in one form or another since I was 15. I got seriously into pipes in 2006 and seriously into cigars in 2008. While I do enjoy cigars, I have always enjoyed pipes more than cigars.

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    bump for much further input

    Earth: The Insane Asylum of the Universe. Nowhere else could things be more messed up.

    Does a culture based on separation and competition, of scientific sophistication and mideval religion, offer happiness even as it ravishes the Earth that sustains it?
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  15. collin

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    I like it! Good bump Hobie.

    I'm 57, married to a wonderful woman that I've known since the 8th grade.
    Three sons; a welder, a construction superintendant, and a Surgeon. We have three grandkids.

    Built a house out the in the country, been a firefighter downtown Oklahoma City for the past 24 years and gettin' ready to follow my wife into retirement.

    Music and baseball are my passions, played drums in several bands traveling around the country and a pick a bit of guitar, and I love clothes from the 40's and 50's and have more old fedoras than I have room for.

    When I was young and dumb I rode bulls and broke horses, now I just sit by the pool and pet the cat!

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    I'm 50 years old. I live in Portland, Ore. with a remarkable southern lady-my wife of 16 years-, a lazy corgi, an incontinent cat and three recently adopted Russian teenagers. I'm an historian and professor -- particularly interested in late antiquity and early Byzantium. I've been known to translate things that nobody really wants or needs to read from long dead languages just for the heckofit.

    Caught the Red Sox bug when I was a student in the 80s, never got over it. My son is mad for soccer, but I have to admit I've proven incapable of enjoying the game. I'll be attending some Portland Timbers games this year, nevertheless. My musical tastes are pretty idiosyncratic, but I tend to always come back to middle brow 20th century music. My favorite musical work has long been Vaughn Williams' http://www.naden.de/blog/bbvideo-bbpress-video-plugin -->

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    excellent posts gentlemen, and Tommy....I don't see how anyone in the world would voluntarily get on a pissed off Bull, all those bull riders have bulging crotches from the huge balls they have. You've obviously gotten wiser with the pool and the cat.

    obelus.....excellent taste in music

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    I'll drop a few lines about me as well. I grew up in Northeast Louisiana, on a small farm that my grandpa started in the 1920's. I'm 43 and currently live in Bryant, Arkansas, just 12 miles Southwest of Little Rock. I have been married to my second and final wife for a little over a year. I have 2 daughters that are 10 and 13. One of my favorite hobbies is deer hunting, however, I don't kill many deer. I always find myself waiting for the big one while a lot of smaller, tastier ones always walk right on by. The music I mainly listen to is classic country. I just can't leave it behind for some reason. I'm am stuck in the 70's and 80's. I do enjoy some good old Southern Gospel from time to time. I have spent the past 24 years working as a Structural Designer and drafter for several engineering firms. I'm currently unemployed and looking for gainful employment. I spent 6 years in the Air Force Reserve as a Crash Rescue Specialist, stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City, La. I started smoking a pipe last spring on a whim. I told my wife that I have always wanted to try it so she gave me a big push. I have enjoyed every minute of it and will always look forward to lighting a bowl of whatever I have on hand. And like so many others, I find myself on this forum reading and learning from the greatest group of guys around. Right now, I need to log off and start making a cheese cake that I promised my wife and kids. Might sneak out and smoke a pipe if the temp stays above 32 for a little while. Everyone have a blessed day.

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    Wonderful thread. I'm 62 years young and unfortunately I'm a widower for three years. I had thirty one wonderful years with a brilliant and beautiful wife and I have three grown sons. I'm semi retired now working seasonally for the Internal Revenue Service. I get to work close to home for six months of the year and "vacation" on unemployment insurance for the other six months which is a wonderful job experience. I am a former hospital administrator and clinical practice administrator as well as a former campus director for a graduate program in hospital administration. In addition, I taught three classes each year for twelve enjoyable ones. For fun and relaxation, I served as an Auxiliary Police Officer with my county department for fifteen years ending in 2000. Yes, my own radio patrol vehicle, shield, gun and uniform. Worked in the community and on the Highway Patrol.

    Now semi retired, I have an opportunity to enjoy my pipe, read, relax by the pool in the summer months and of course sit by the fireplace in a lovely home as I'm doing now on this snow covered day on Long Island, New York. While keyboarding this afternoon I'm enjoying C&D Engine 99 in a large oom paul and chasing with Jim Beam Bourbon on the rocks. I have not yet posted my introduction on the appropriate thread so you guys are getting a personal and private preview. I'm relatively new on Pipesmagazine but you'll also find me on Brothers of Briar and Art of Manliness on the web in the Pipe & Co. group. I'm enjoying my time with you and look forward to hanging tight with you all for a while. Enjoy your pipes today, live large, and be comfortable in the celebration of manhood!

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  20. hobie1dog

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    mjtannen: excellent first post and welcome to the forum. We love pictures so post up anything for us to look at.

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    59 in July. Forced out of the workforce by an arthritic back. I am happily divorced . Have three grown daughters. I collect and restore pipes. Now I make a few as well. Love antiques and History (mainly Viking age ) and do a bit of blacksmith work and knife making. When I am able I am an active member of the SCA. Born and raised in Wisconsin. Lived briefly in Ohio and the Pacific Northwest. I like it here!

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    ok here goes! im 54 live at nj shore and currently on disability from a diving accident when 20yo.....attennded uconn and worked as pharmacist till recently and enjoy my huskies basketball teams.....my favorite activity is floating in my pool chair(as i look out at 3 feet of snow)in the summer smoking a good cigar(pipe smoker in the winter)married to my wonderful wife Linda and our recent new puppy rescued from a kill shelter in tennesse. we have travelled to almost each east coast state beaches from maine to fla.currently puffing on some balkan supreme in my pipe and wishing the snow would melt sometime this century

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    I think I'm gonna like this forum.....post occasionally on Motorcycle forums...but this seems more relaxed & low key, perhaps the way I feel after a pipe??

    I'm 54, a general surgeon, Navy brat (proud of my Dad who served 34 years, mostly in subs, was in Tokyo Bay when surrender was signed), went to school at Wake Forest in NC both undergrad & med school - married an amazing NC girl almost 32 years ago. I went into the USN, did my training at Portsmouth, did a year on the USS Coral Sea - then got out in 1990 because I couldn't operate enough in the Navy. Practiced in Orange Park, FL for four years before we got tired of the rat race, 85 hour weeks, and missing my family - moved to southern CO in 1994 and have been doing "rural" surgery ever since. We just moved to north-central WA state 70 miles south of BC in 2007 - slower job, salary, nice four seasons, longer riding weather than CO. We have 3 grown kids - 2 girls and 1 boy still finishing up college in IL. 2 grandkids back in CO way too far away for Grandma. I love motorcycles - a result of my severe mid life crisis about 10 years ago - have a VTX1800, Goldwing, and a BMW R1150GS. For those who don't know the lingo - that is a loud one, a comfortable one (did >1000 miles in one day last year on the Wing) and one that will go anywhere. Do my own maintenence as part of the fun. We also have a truck camper & 4 wheelers, love to fish & kind of have quit hunting since we left CO and all the elk.

    Great forum - thanks to all the contributors & the moderators!

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    I am 59 years old and live in Millington,TN. I have been married for 34 years and have two grown children and 4 grandchildren. I am a regional sales manager for a veterinary Pharmaceutical company,I have worked there 34 years.I love to hunt and fish. I collect knives and duck and turkey calls. Johnny Walker Black is my preferred adult beverage.Love all kinds of music but especially the 50's and 60's rock.

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    I just turned 32 three days ago. I've been happily married since I was 18 years old. I have two beautiful daughters (10, 7). I enjoy playing golf, going to the beach and teaching my Sunday School class at church. In my spare time I write a blog in which I discuss my thoughts about the Bible. Blog link Give it a read if you have the time.

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    I'm going to be 39 this March. Happily unmarried (never wanted to, never will). I read a whole lot, mostly philosophy and literature, but actually anything I can get my hands on. A philosophy professor. The sole woman pipe smoker in the country. I like culture, religious ideas (all), arts and crafts. My ultimate favorite time is an evening by the Chaopraya river in Bangkok, debating with friends about ideas and politics, drinking wine, and smoking pipe. I romanticize the fact that human beings have progressed, and we stand on shoulders of our ancestors. Even small thing like pipe smoking, involves such delicate art, proficient know-how, and rich cultures, both in the making and the enjoying of pipes and tobacco. Pipe smoking is perfect example of how we enjoy the fruit of collective knowledge embedded in the societies which have been around for a long time. So I think the governments, yours and mine, have a duty to promote pipe smoking and not trying in so many ways to ban it. That's where I stand.

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    I came to Wisconsin 22 years ago to work as a beekeeper (though it is not my day job anymore) and still keep 40 hives of honeybees. The bee's fund my "hobbies." I love living here especially in the summer. I am 52 years old and have been married 30 years this year. I have 2 daughters and 1 son. The girls have given us 5 grandchildren. I enjoy the pipe smoking hobby and am new and learning a lot from all of you on the forum. I am beginning my last semester on obtaining my Associates degree in computer networking and help desk work. Currently I am a fulltime student.

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    Well, why not join in the fun!
    I was born in Arizona. Where I burnt myself a LOT (apparently) until my family moved up to Oregon was I was ~2. Since then I have never had any desire to leave the Pacific Northwest!
    I'm 20, have been smoking pipes for about a year now, and attend Portland State. I'm going to major in business, once I manage to dissuade PSU of the notion that I am an art major. (Still don't know where they got that idea!)
    I am about to start making pipes, already enjoy making tables and benches and the like, and am a great fan of Widmer beers.
    I love shooting, photography, reading, hunting, you know, the intellectual pursuits.
    Once I get interested in a subject, I immediately start learning about it, as much as I can. I'm also quite overconfident in my abilities, which led to something called "pear beer."

    Besides that I don't know what else to say about myself...I think that is probably the longest description of myself I have ever provided, anywhere.

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    I was hoping for pics of motorcycles, pics of the Chaopaya river, Portland State sorority girls, beehives, duck call collections, new puppy pics,etc.

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    What is your obsession with pics?

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    What is your obsession with pics

    Text is as boring as it gets, a picture is worth a thousand words.

    And I'm a

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    While I will grant you that pics of PSU sorority girls would not be unwelcome (assuming they are pics of the pretty ones)...they would not have told you anything else about Collin (other than, perhaps, his choice in women).

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    Bowhatchie, I spent some time in Millington at the Memphis NAS.

    Not much here, USMC, BA (Music Theory and Composition), MBA.
    Purchasing Manager... looking. Wife, 2 & 1/2 kids... (grandson on the way).
    I like to play poker, I love to assemble insanely difficult puzzles, fairly decent cow pasture pool player, I ride a 100th Anniversary Edition Fat Boy (solid black) and I have a pachinko pinball machine made in the late 1940's. I store my DVD's in an old "Ice Box" and I used to hustle darts.


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    Manytrees here: Thought I would muddy up the pool of youth going on here, My wife of 51 years and I had 4 children and we still
    are crazy about each other. Our children multiplied and are rapidly taking over the planet. One son married to a Mexico lady -
    One son married a Korean lady - one son is about to marry a Russian lady and a Daughter (50) is about to mary a central American fellow. It must be working for them also. We have 13 grand kids and 3 1/2 great grand kids. I never work anymore because I let all the kids paying their taxes pay me every month and my wife. Pipes are surely a major part of my life as a 4th generation pipe smoker and one who grew up in southern Virginia in many tobacco fields. I primed, I hung, i fired the barns, I planted the beds. My go to tobacconist is Mr Pease and i fantasize about a tobacco shop with something besides porn and prince albert and a little plastic wrapped pipe. Montana is paradise BUT no tobacco shop. I spend a lot of time looking at beautiful tobacco shops around the country and dreaming about going to a big show before I leave my pipes to an estate dealer.
    Even at my age I still enjoy the Pipe gals and its a lot more fun now inasmuch as my wife knows she has NOTHIN to worry about.
    Yup I'm old fat and ugly. I really enjoy reading the forums and keeping up on the latest poop,

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    Great stories, everyone!

    Myself, I'm 37 and have been married for 13 1/2 years to a wonderful woman who I first met at university when I was at the tender age of 19. We've got two kids now, a seven year old daughter and a three year old son. Guess who's more trouble? I really should have stuck to my guns and insisted we name him Calvin, after Calvin and Hobbes. There have been a lot of changes in our lives in eighteen years, and the changes continue to come as the kids get older and the career advances, etc. We met here in British Columbia, Canada, and we don't see ourselves moving away any time soon. Some people wonder how we can stand to live on an island, but t'ain't no big thing. Makes it a little more difficult to just hit the open road.

    Besides family, the big things going on in my life these days are primarily about martial arts, both for my daughter and myself. I'm racing to see if I can reach "Black Belt" in a couple different arts before the knees give out. I picked up my first pipe six years ago, and it was pretty sporadic until I realized that there was a vast variety of tobaccos out there. The blend that my tobacconist recommended with my first pipe was fine, but pretty boring and didn't really bring me back. I've learned a ton here at PM.com, and even though I haven't met any of you in IRL, I tend to think of you as "the guys" and share the best stories with my wife, not to mention the gut-busters in the NSFW Joke thread...

    Simon

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    Bytor, trust me, you DO NOT want the photos I have of PSU girls. I deleted them about ten minutes after waking up the next day.
    And I don't think that PSU has a sorority, in the 'lots of slutty blonds' way. Which IS rather unfortunate.

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    excellent posts, keep em coming

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    bump for the new members to respond

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    Well, why not.

    My given name Is Kristopher Holmberg -- some of you may have read where I got my nickname "Yoru" but in short a girlfriend decided to call me it since I always wear black and it means 'night'.

    I have a fairly good computer, a few decent instruments (which I can barely play if I do say so myself) -- I have a mountain of unpublished poetry and short stories from highschool, one song I gave all rights over to a friend last year who is currently in Hollywood, I hope he's doing well.

    I wish I could write something, but almost the day I got the ability to write truly well, I lost all creative flow -- as a result I have 3 poems I would call marketable (if there was a poetry market) and one short story. . .but that's not enough to bother even trying to publish the stuff. A friend gave me the "No plot? No Problem!" novel writing kit from Chris Baty (who started National Novel Writing Month) yesterday, which amounts to a little chart to map your progress, a quote a day, a few pages of "don't edit until you finish" advice and some gold star stickers for yourself if you do what you promise in word-count. . . . I figure I'll give it a shot with an idea reading so much Stephen King has given me recently, but doubt much success with it. I tried during the actual novel-writing month and I finished 7000 words in one night (about 20 pages) and never touched it again heh heh.

    I'm a history major at UNT (University of North Texas, which is in Denton and DAllas TExas. . .Denton is a suburb of Dallas) and am taking 4 history classes this semester which effectively means. . . I don't have to do much ha ha.

    I do not work. I hate doing anything I cannot be proud of and would rather be constantly broke but not entirely poor than slightly less broke and worked to the bone. Plus I did the work and uni thing for a semester, and 2 years of work and highschool. . . I HATE getting an average of 3 hours a night of sleep, and often none at all. Really messes with your mind man.

    I'm an insomniac, so often i don't do much better than that anyway of course. ...

    I truly love tobacco.

    I haven't dated since my fiance left me a little over 2 years ago, and not to be melodramatic, but I won't be dating for a long while for certain, and perhaps never again. It could be over-simplified to saying I just don't like people in general well enough to date one.

    I read alot lately, though I had completely stopped for many years. I don't paly video-games anymore, despite the fact I really want to, I just don't enjoy it anymore. . . which I find weird and frustrating but am slowly learning to accept.

    I hate change, and tend to do the same things repetatively, over and over, every day, for long periods of time before switching my schedule just slightly -- removing video games was a -huge- change, which is likely why it makes me so uncomfortable.

    I'm 21, don't drink very often and never have more than one, and I like the cold.

    Sincerely,

    Yoru
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  40. hobie1dog

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    Kristopher: Is this the same University that has the highly esteemed Jazz Big Band that has likely produced more big name soloists than any other in the country? The One O'Clock Jazz Band?...I think that's the name they use.

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    Born and raised in Alabama. I’m 46, married to a Saint for over 21 years, with two boys (18 & 15), and a 10 year old golden retriever.

    I’ve been a lifeguard, construction worker, stock boy, telemarketer, and copy repairman until finally settling in as a college bookstore manager for the last 25 years.

    I have two associate degrees (Electrical and Architectural Engineering) and a Bachelors degree. I majored in Business with a minor in Economics.

    My interest and hobbies were numerous years ago but are limited now.
    I was an avid water skier, chess player, martial arts practitioner, artist, calligrapher, fiction reader, miniature figure painter, music listener, and extreme daydreamer.
    I then shifted to an avid reader of non-fiction, pipe smoking, armchair philosopher & economist, watch collector, hockey fan, poker player, and MMA fan. My interest in most of these has diminished over the past few years due to a lack of either enjoyment, finances, mental limitations or a combination of each.

    Currently, my days are spent working and visiting with you slops on this forum ever chance I get. My evenings and weekends are filled mostly with pipe smoking while watching films or TV series. The one thing that has remained constant is my love of music. Sadly I never learned to play anything other than the steering wheel or dash board. I’ve yet to be discovered.

    I keep in shape by exercising 5 to 6 days a week but I don’t consider it a hobby nor do I enjoy it. I do it because I’m vain and want to enjoy retirement with my wife and see what type of men my sons become.

    I try to say funny things, but most of the time they come out either corny or cruel.
    I also really enjoy gazing at beer and guzzling beautiful women.

    Pics of my pipes & stuff: http://photobucket.com/menckenite
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    OK. 45 years old with glorious bride, married 18 years. Two kids in Jr / Sr high. Worked in mortgage for the last 16 years. Play with wood, mostly turning, for about 5 years. Drive a pickup with 214,000 on it. The hair started retreating and going grey at 18, so added the beard at 25. Normally, I act the scholarly wise man, but inner clown often escapes.

    Winton

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  43. hobie1dog

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    William & winton: excellent posts, I enjoyed them immensely.

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    Ah I am loving reading these new posts! Let's hope folks keep 'em coming!

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    I'll bite...

    I (Adam Smith) am a 30 year old, and although not technically married, have been engaged to the same girl long enough to consider her my wife (13 years now...yes, high-school sweet-hearts). We have an overly precocious 8 month old boy who take up the majority of my "spare" time. We currently make our home in Port Coquitlam, B.C., a suburb of Vancouver, and have recently been joined by my 89 year old grandfather, as his mind is beginning to decline, and I just can't bring myself to put him in a home.
    For employment, I am Junior Partner in a business consulting firm (I hold an MBA, although my initial major was food sciences) and dabble in immigration consulting, and controlling interest in a custom smoked seafood company (which never seems to actually get out of the red).
    Any free time that I do manage to take advantage of is usually spent either on the golf course, at an SCA event, or fishing/hunting/camping/generally in the woods.
    I rate myself as a beginner pipe smoker, although due to my sensory evaluation training, I do like to think that I have a small leg up, at least in flavour/aroma profiling of tobacco (and yes, I do keep a profile sampling kit near my pipe stand, for those hard to peg notes).
    I am also an avid reader, pretty much anything I can get my hands on - only down side is that once I start a book, I have to finish it; no matter how much it pains me to do so. As one can gather from my being SCAdian, I particularly enjoy historical (non/) fiction, with my current favourite authors being Jack Whyte and Ken Follet.

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  46. hobie1dog

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    bump for the new members

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    Adam, 2 thumbs up for taking care of your grandfather. I know it can't be easy but good for you and your family for taking on the burden of caring for him.

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  48. sander

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    I gotta do this.

    I'm Sander Pos, 18 years old and I live in the Netherlands.
    Currently I'm studying electronics on a school in Amsterdam, it is quite interesting but I'm not quite sure if I enjoy the way I'm going with this as my interest doesn't go as deep as what I learn here I usually get distracted in class very easily, it bothers me but for some reason I enjoy daydreaming alot.
    People usually say I'm a very calm person, at the moment there's only one person that can get me really mad (stupid little brother!!!)
    In my spare time I try make stop-motion animations, probably one of my favourite ways to spend my time although I barely have that nowadays.
    I wanted to go further with this hobby but my father doesn't want that, he wants me to become a rich and intelligent person.
    He always had hard times with money and he doesn't want me to get the same trouble he had.
    It bothers me.
    I have played trumpet for 5/6 years, not the best at it, it was enjoyable, I also have a harmonica, definitely one of my favourite instruments, I practice, I'm not good at it yet.
    Woodworking is something I enjoy alot too, I have once made a simple three string guitar and I have been experimenting with wooden gears.
    I will eventually make my own pipe, I just need to find some good wood.
    As for smoking, I have lit my first pipe about a year ago (I think) and it was quite the experience, I haven't smoked alot in the time that has passed but that's about to change.
    Smoking some tobacco while gazing at the stars and just wondering why is soo soothing.

    Hope you guys enjoyed it, it was quite hard to convert some of my thoughts into english although I think I did quite well.
    Quite so.

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    I am 56 years old and divorced/single.

    I have lived in Florida over 30 years prior to that I was raised in the Midwest. I am originally from Puerto Rico.

    I have two beautiful daughters in unviversity...one completing her MBA the other in Harvard Medical School.

    My hobbies are many and include reading, movies, travel, playing guitar, bass fishing, hunting, competitive trapshooting, cooking, watching Polo, and now collecting/smoking pipes.

    I just started my interest in pipes this past Thanksgiving (I was/am not a smoker) and have already acquired 21 pipes....Nording-4, Peterson (Silver Bands)-7, Savinelli-1, Kriswell-2, Eriksen-4, No Names-2, and Corncob-1. My experience with pipe tobaccos is limited to the house blends of the local shop.

    I am a partner/owner in a financial advisory firm (stocks, bonds, retirement planning, trusts, etc.). Prior to this I had a career in senior executive management in "big corporate america".

    I have an MBA in Finance and am also a CPA (but I have a personality).

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  50. hobie1dog

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    [quote]I have played trumpet for 5/6 years, not the best at it, it was enjoyable.

    Welcome to the forum from another trumpet player.

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    Ah, thanks for the welcome.
    Technically I should be welcoming you since I've been here before you.... but seeing my activity I could've joined last week.
    Anyway it's good to know that I wasn't the only one that also blows on pipes aside from sucking on them.

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  52. seakayak

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    It's interesting that there are so many younger gentlemen throughout this thread. I'm a 60 year old marriage and family therapist in West Palm Beach, Florida. I've been married (to the same woman) for the past 40 years, have two children and a gaggle of grandchildren. The youthful energy evident at pipesmagazine.com offers real hope for the future of quiet discourse among those who enjoy their pipes in the company of like-minded persons.

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    All right I will give this a whirl.....
    My name is Ryan I am 35 years old have been married for three years and have a beautiful daughter who will be 2 next month.
    I recently moved outside of Jacksonville Florida. Before that I was born and raised in Boca Raton Fl. It actually was a great place to grow up it was actually a small town, not the resort retirement hell hole it is now. So be it.
    I am one of those poor schlubs who lost their job when the economy tanked. My business was window manufacturing and installing and beleive it or not those skills do not translate into other opportunities.
    So I am a stay at home dad taking care of the most important thing I have ever done with my life.Why I chose now with such limited finances to pick up pipe smoking I will never know.
    My wife is supportive of my new found hobby but I want to graduate from my $4 corncob and smoke something more sophisticated. Some day...

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  54. hobie1dog

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    Ryan: Which style of pipe do you like? I don't have any extra pipes now, but will try and round you up one in the near future so that you can have an official looking pipe. There are guys on here with 100+ pipes, so maybe someone can also chip in to get you a good pipe.

    Have you tried many tobacco's yet? If not, I'll send you a sampler package out. Shoot me a PM with your address.

    Marty

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    bump for the newbies to respond

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  56. nyed001

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    Ill give it a shot as well,
    My name is Ed Magilton Im 39 years old and I live in upstate New York.I am originally from Yonkers,New York where I was born and went to school.I met my wife in high school,we have been together 22 years and married 17.We have two children,the boy is 16 and the daughter is 14,they drive us insane but are fun as hell to be around.We have 2 dogs,a Nowegian Elkhound and a Chocolate Lab and although I hate to admit it a fat cat.We built our home 9 years ago,moved away from the city and havent looked back once.
    Since moving I have had the time to enjoy the outdoors more than I ever did.Me,my son and daughter hunt,fish,ice fish and shoot clays together.My son and I went on a trip to Rooster Ridge in Chamberlain South Dakota hunting pheasant this past fall and had a blast,no pun intended.
    My wife and I are into cooking,antique shopping and riding my Harley.We are together alot and to be quite honest it isnt as bad as youd think it is.She cant get too upset if I get into trouble because she was with me.
    Ive always been fascinated with pipes since I was a lil guy.One of my grandfathers and a great uncle both smoked pipes and when I was younger I was around the both of them alot.Watching them loading,tamping,cleaning and actual smoking had always amazed me.I actually started smoking a pipe on my 18th birthday.It was then that my father believed me to be mature enough to have my grandfather's pipes and rack.I inherited an old rusticated Bari#833 Dublin shape,a Dr Grabow Viscount in the Dublin shape,a Dr Grabow Golden Duke billiard,another Grabow Grand Duke apple and a GBD #7861 billiard which needs a stem replacement.Since then I have bought and collected close to 100 pipes.
    Clays,cobs,brylons,briars and meerschaums are all in my collection.For the past 15 years I have mainly been buying Petersons to both smoke and some just to collect.There are Arans,Donegals,spigots,kaprufs,meer lined,flame grains and Irish seconds I smoke.I have also purchased some Weber pipes and have brought the briar and stems back to life.
    I guess you can say that I have matured due to the fact that I no longer purchase pipes on impulse.Now when I see a pipe that catches my eye Ill make sure that its really something that Ill enjoy more than just a few times.
    Well enough of my ramblings.In closing I just want to say that it was great stumbling across this web site and getting to know all of you.

    You call me crazy as if that is a bad thing.
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    Here Goes... I'd like to preface this post by saying that this sort of communication is pretty unusual for me, but, for a reason I can't put my finger on, this forum really feels genuinely friendly and comfortable. I think it is worth the effort to open up a bit. The people here seem sincerely warm and I think it will be very pleasant to make some new friends.

    My name is Stacen, I am 37 and I am a Marine Engineer. I have never been married and don't have any children. I have ,however, been fortunate to have had several great loves over the years. I have lived a pretty unorthodox life, I've done all sorts of different things for money and haven't lived in the same place for more than 10 months in the last 20 years. To keep this post from becoming the worlds most boring and self indulgent novella, I'll just mention where I come from, a little about my self, a little about pipe stuff and where I am now. I was born in Nova Scotia. I was raised by my Granddad, who was a commercial fisherman and owned his own boat. I made my first trip to sea with him when I was 14 and worked seasonally as a commercial fisherman till I was in my early 20's. I have always been pretty free thinking, and not overly concerned with following convention. I have been very lucky with travel and work. As I mentioned I have had a ton of different jobs, and have lived all over the world. I am sort of proud that I managed to get my feet on all 7 continents by the time I was 30. Right now I work (and live) on an expedition yacht. I have been on it for the last 5 years or so. The boat is a private vessel and serves as platform for the owner to go saltwater flats flyfishing with his buddies. The boat doesn't have a home port, but we spend quite a bit of time off the east coast of Africa, and in the pacific Ocean. I work 4 months on and 2 off. I don't have a home or any major possessions, but I do have some things in storage in 2 locations (San Francisco and the Isle of Wight in the UK). Right now the boat is in south Florida for a maintenance period, so I am as well. I started smoking a pipe when I was about 16, not seriously at first, some of the old fellas that fished with my grandad smoked so I gave it a try, I have smoked on a occasional basis since then. I have always found the pipe smoking experience to be a profoundly satisfying one. More recently I have gotten exposed to all the nuances and more subtle pleasures of the hobby. I have built up a little collection of about a dozen pipes, but really feel the urge to splash out on few nice items as a treat to myself. In my line of work it is very difficult to accumulate too much of anything, and I really want to have something other than my tools to fuss over and take care of. Since I have become more educated about our hobby I have really started to appreciate the beauty in the pass time and I think I might put some effort into getting a limited rotation of pipes to put in a hardcover travel case to bring with me as part of smoking kit. Something about that really appeals to me!!! I love the offerings from Peterson and the pride of my little collection are a Peterson Meerschaum and a B5 with a clear finish and Celtic banding. My favorite tobacco at the moment is the Dunhill Delux Navy Rolls, it was love at first bowl for me.

    Well like I said I really like this forum and appreciate the good qualities of it's members, Hello to everyone and enjoy your Sunday.

    P.S. Uncle Arthur, I saw the pics of your Bulldogs ( my favorite shapes) and they are truly magnificent, I can only imagine the pleasure you had in finding them!!!

    To the gentleman from West palm Beach, do you have any favorite tobacconists in the area?

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  58. hobie1dog

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    Ed and Stacen: Outstanding posts and welcome to the forum. These two posts are what this thread was designed for...highly enjoyable.

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    The people here seem sincerely warm and I think it will be very pleasant to make some new friends.

    We're glad to have you amongst us here, and thank you for the compliment from all of us.
    Thank you for the peek behind the curtain. These peeks make us all more real to each other.

    Welcome to the fraternity.

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    Ok, It took awhile, but I'm comfortable enough with this forum to present myself a little. Born and raised in the Midwest. Played a lot of ice hockey growing up but never quite made it to the top, played for the Blues's farm club then one day reality hit and realised that soon I'd be dropped with no other real world skills. I was rowdy and new internaly I needed a boot up my arse and some discipline. I signed up for the Infantry the next day. Spent about 6 years in service and after finishing my contract, started Univ majoring in Biology. Met a gal from Sweden and visited a few times, ended up having two wonderful kids and staying. I then studied Swedish language and International Sales and Marketing with an emphasis in tourism. Then yes, another lightning bolt hit me and I realised I was not ever going to be happy in an office of any kind. I went back to construction and graduated from Concrete and Steel Fixing College. I love my work now and take pride in building things I know will long out last me. I smoked a pipe from time to time for quite a long time actually, but never really stayed with it. I was a constant dipper. I don't know if it is the smell or memories of Grandad, but the pipe was a calling I recently answered back. I really enjoy this forum and all the great people here.

    There is a light that never goes out.
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  61. unclearthur

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    Thanks Stacen. I love my collection of antiques. Though they only get use now and then they are still mainly smokers as opposed to just looking pretty.

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    Ed: any pics of the Chocolate Lab for us?

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    I really appreciate all the responses I have gotten from my original post. I have been amazed at the kindness exhibited by so many. Being new to pipe smoking I had no idea the sense of community that pipe smokers feel for one another. I have taken this positive vibe to heart and sought out a local pipe club here in the jacksonville area. By great luck there is a brand new one that will have their first ever meeting on the 24th. Amazing how sometimes small things fall in to place. Thank you all!!

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    Agh, now if I dont post about myself I'll be the odd man out (haha)

    I'm 19, happily single, and living in Minnesota with my dad and his girlfriend (by choice, not necesity. I pay my fair share) and my parrot. I operate machinery that makes computer chips for a living. Not exciting work, but i can pay my bills and have a little extra for my various hobbies and gas for my cadillac. That's it really, no real accomplishments or aspirations. Just trying to enjoy life.

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    Pics of the Cadillac?

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    Well, ive been mulling this over in my head for awhile now. Ill give it a shot!

    Im Ed Harrison, 48 years old, married 18 years now with 4 kids, 3 boys and 1 girl, the youngest being 17.
    I was born in Lakeland Florida and currently live in Haines City Florida....almost full circle!
    Ive been a soldier , pirate, mechanic and an "electronic security/surveillance" hack.Iv lived all over the United States, Canada , Africa, Middle East and Europe.
    I started college in my younger days but never finished. I quickly learned that academia isnt the open-minded exchange of ideas and knowledge that I had been lead to believe it was.This isnt to say that I gave up on education entirely, but instead pursued a curriculum of my own design and have made it a point to be as well-read and well- traveled as I can possibly be. Tom Sawyer with a slightly better boat.
    I have just recently been "forcedly retired" which may eventually be an action that polite society could conceivably regret....a Bohemian with more time than money ,a bottle of rum and a computer!
    Ah! almost forgot!
    The Wife.
    Shes obviously a saint because she hasnt once in 18 years attempted to smother me in my sleep. She is also 7 years younger than myself, blonde and endowed by her creator to a very pleasing degree. This is good.
    Ah, one more thing before Kevin decides that my hedonistic ways are too much for this forum............I firmly believe that the phrase " I am certain" is the greatest lie ever uttered and should be stricken from the English language. Of course, I reserve the right to be just as hypocritical as I feel is necessary.

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    If you don't post pics of your parrot, Hobie will ask.

    "America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." - Claire Wolfe
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    Just posted one under pets Hobie.

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    flanative has one fine lookin' parrot.

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