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Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 419

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 419! Our featured interview tonight is with Professor Jeremiah. The professor is a pipe smoking YouTuber, and a heck of an entertainer. There are definitely some quirky pipe smokers out there, but Professor Jeremiah might be one of the most unusual … but in a delightful way. He wears a pith helmet, dons a handlebar mustache, and has cartoon background music for his videos. Speaking of videos, he has 252 videos, and 1.1k subscribers to his YouTube Channel.  At the top of the show, for our pipe parts segment, Brian will compare and contrast the methods of salt treatment vs. coffee grinds for cleaning out a ghosted pipe.  Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Professor Jeremiah
Professor Jeremiah

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Pipe parts was interesting and I wish folks well on trying to de-ghost a pipe. I am too maladroit to do it.
Professor Jeremiah was quite entertaining in a quirky sort of way. I would wager that missionary work doesn't pay very well but the people who do it are making a small difference in the world. I may have to go over to his YouTube channel and check him out.
  • dino
  • September 26, 2020
I've always considered you a "character," but Professor Jeremiah wins, hands down.
I thoroughly enjoyed his story of service, humanity, adventure and pipe lore, all told with a great sense of humor and delight. Bravo Professor!
Loved the Steve Winwood tune.
Number 9...Number 9...Number 9...
Thanks,
Dino
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