The Pipes Magazine Radio Show – Episode 157

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Kevin Godbee
Thank you for joining us for The Pipes Magazine Radio Show—the only radio talk show for pipe smokers and collectors. We broadcast weekly, every Tuesday at 8 pm eastern USA time and are available on nearly all podcast sites and apps. Listen on your computer, tablet, phone and even in the car! Our Featured Interview tonight is with Al Jones. Al has been a pipe smoker and collector for 5-years. He also restores pipes as he has an expensive taste for British pipes, and can save a little money on buying estate pipes. He actually loves all things British. He drives an MG convertible, and used to own two antique Triumph motorcycles. He is also SSJones in our forums where he is a moderator. In "Pipe Parts", we will continue with tobacco history. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Al Jones (L) & Brian Levine (R)

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3 Responses

  • Hi Brian in Germany,
    I don’t know Al Jones. He seems to be enjoying his foray into British pipes. The best on-line moderator is one who you do not know is even there. I am green with envy on his ability to travel and hit all of the pipe shops and clubs.
    utube interview – Apollo Hester – yes, attitude is so important.
    Rant – You are right, FedEx is chickenshit. I hope they get sued for restraint of trade. Use the post office.
    Nice show Brian.

  • Pipe parts was very interesting. You did fail to mention that Gary Cooper financed the first high speed machine to roll cigarettes (see “Bright Leaves”). The Honus Wagner T206 from the American Tobacco Company is the most sought after baseball card in the world. It last sold for $2.8 million bucks.
    Nice interview with Al Jones. He is one of the most respected members on the forums. Amazing the number of pipe clubs he has visited. He is using his time on the road wisely.
    That YouTube interview seemed like a Zig Ziglar motivational speech.
    A very common theme in business is to cave in to avoid legal costs.

  • Loved the interview with Al, he is a wealth of knowledge and we have exchanged several posts on the forums and he is always helpful. Hopefully get to meet him at the NOLA pipe show. Sound was very good on the interview as well.
    Congrats on year #3!

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