Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 563

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 563

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 563! Our featured interview tonight is with Jason Lynn. Jason is a lobbyist working in Washington, D.C. He primarily focuses in the areas of energy, environment, and transportation infrastructure. This is the 11th in our series of interviews with “Journeymen Pipe Smokers” – guys that have been smoking pipes between five and 10 years. At the top of the show our segment will feature pipe artisan Jeff Gracik with another installment of “Ask the Pipemaker”.

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Jason Lynn
Jason Lynn

The Pipes Magazine Radio Show features interviews with pipe makers, tobacco blenders, pipe and tobacco aficionados, collectors, and more. Episodes air every Tuesday.

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2 Responses

  • Chris posed an interesting question of balance that Jeff and you covered with a nice equilibrium of insights. Well done.
    I enjoyed listening to Jason’s backstory and found his Washington behind-the-scenes stuff quite fascinating. His questions for you elicited some interesting answers, particularly your Three Nuns memory.
    Ben’s music selection of “Nobody Smokes Anymore” was wonderful, clever and funny. I loved it!
    Good rant, and I’m sure Rick Newcombe would agree.
    Thanks for another always entertaining show.

  • As always, a great show!! I don’t normally enjoy the “Ask the Pipe Maker” segment but this one was really good. It shows the value of asking a concise question permitting the other party at least a reasonable chance of answering it. Jeff did a nice job of that. I guess we owe you something as you selected the question.
    Why did you bring a Capitol Hill lobbyist on the show?? Weren’t there any used car salesmen available to invite?? Crap on a cracker!! At least the guy was entertaining. You know politicians aren’t smart enough to think of things by themselves, they need these guys to think for them and they have only one thing in mind. More money in their pockets!! The guy should lobby for tobacco availability, smoking facilities in every bar. the right of cigar and pipe store owners to permit smoking in their facility, no blocking of internet sales of tobacco, etc. The list goes on and on.
    The music was fairly clever, and the lyrics were charming.
    I can’t remember the rant but if Dino says Rick Newcombe would approve then so do I.