***What Are You Smoking *** (August 2014)

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jiminks

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Just finished Black Noble in a 2013 medium bend Spillproof corndog cob. Now smoking Dunhill Navy Rolls in a 1984 black sandblasted straight Dunhill Shell 4103 Billiard.

 

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C&D Dark Burley and McClellands Red Cake mix in a Jerry Perry carved Mtn. Laurel semi-rusticated straight billiard panel

 

jiminks

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Half way through this bowl of G&H Balkan Mixture in a 1990 Peterson Irish Second Oom Paul natural.

 

jiminks

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Jim's Burley #2 in a slight bent 1970's Caminetto 103 Business KS billiard with a fumed rim.

 

jiminks

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I had experimented with the tobacco for my last smoke by seeing how it tasted bone dry. I knew better, and got the predicted results: burned too fast, although the flavor wasn't weaker, it lost more sweetness than I expected. Not going to do that again. Now smoking FVF in a 2014 Savinelli Gaius smooth brown slight bend black acrylic military mount 320KS author.

 

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C&D Morning Drive in a slightly bent Charatan Belvedere as the sun comes up over the hills and the sea laps in the bay. I'm not a spiritual man, but right now? I could be.
Andy

 

jiminks

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Uhle’s 44 in a 1970s three quarter bend half smooth, half rusticated Savinelli Autograph 4 with a lucite stem and ferrule. This finishes the sample.

 
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