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  1. theloniousmonkfish

    Cigar Cutting, A Discussion.

    I just use a knife
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    Chasing Vanishing Pipe Tobaccos

    Damn. Any word on the Mellow Taste?
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    Chasing Vanishing Pipe Tobaccos

    Rich Taste?! It's discontinued?! Hell naw. According to what source?
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    Another Generous Gift: A Color Duke at Long Last

    Nice! The color lines started around 66-67 after KW came out with their white briar. By 1980 demand had let up but they put out a white Color Viscount model with the Olympic Logo then. Around 84-85 UST allowed them to write off the excess inventory and $100,000 worth of colored pipes were buried...
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    Ryan Alden 7 Day Military Mount Set

    Hell yeah! Excellent taste
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    Familiarty Breeds Contemp vs Variety is the Spice

    More of everything! Dirt cheap bags, extinct blends, whatever is good is good and moods call for this or that. For work it's a pouch filled with whatever is on the scraps dish that morning. At home it's anything that sounds good. It was all purchased to be incinerated, I'll open any tin/tub/jar...
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    Any Vegetarians Out There?

    You know that in Texas 3rd grade is a chicken and a vegetable is considered higher education?
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    Estate Kaywoodie Queries

    If it's unsmoked that might just be some shiny shellac in the chamber. According to the president of S.M. Frank, Bill Feuerbach "Our black bowl lining is a mix of thick natural shellac (3 1/2 pound cut) and FDA approved coloring. Black for use in Kaywoodie and Medico and yellow for use in...
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    Rooster or Nite Owl?

    I love nicotine. Prefer it through pipes but take snuff when smoking isn't possible. And when it is. Don't buy cigarettes but if handed one I'll smoke it, they're more of a novelty for me. Used to smoke cigars regularly when they were cheaper.