If you read the Lexology report all the way through, there is an interesting graf at the bottom of the piece:
And I quote:
"Although it is possible that there could be future changes to the deadline based on litigation or other developments, it is prudent to assume that nothing will change and...
My grandson showed me a trick the other day. He wanted to show me how to make the Bic flare up, but said I should get a cheaper version as they do have the + and -.
While flaring my bic to roasting stage, he just eased off, and the flame grew softer.
Now, I'm not sure my geezer fingers are...
I agree with Warren and condorlover. I have several meers and love 'em. I tried the Bass method of waxing a couple and got unsatisfactory results. Now, I just stuff and puff and finding that my meers color from the bottom up.
I shudder to think of sanding of any sort on my meers.
I also clean...
I love the rough and tumble look of the Estella. Before purchasing a couple a few years back, I quizzed the Ol' Cajun about them. He said you can't go wrong and they will be great smokers.
The Ol' Cajun was right, as usual.
No special order: Ashton, Dunhill, Ferndown, Northern Briars, Charatan, Sasieni, Upshall, Pre-Trans Barling, Petes, Hardcastle. But, I must say, I am an English pipe brand nut. I love the style and the culture.
Got one on the way as well. A squat pot. Love those pots!
And, I'm like alexnc. Always admired the classy and classic look of the Neerup. Don't know why I never got one. But all that is changing now.
Nice looking bent pot, fusion!
On round tins with the plastic tops, I cut a square piece of wax paper and place it over the opened tin. Then I securly push down hard on the plastic top to seal the tin. It works, but ymmv.
Round top tins, I do like ryeguy and twist the top back on hard and at times I have to unseal the tin...