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jiminks

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Aug 31, 2012
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Now smoking 1999 Friedman & Pease Fools Cap in a 1938 straight black grain relief Dunhill OX Shell bulldog with a silver band repair and a black vulcanite stem. Ice water and bergs is my evening drink. Watching Tales of Wells Fargo.

 

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franbo

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Semi aged, Half SIXPENCE, half Peretti LONDON flake. I’m not a dark fired fan but together is very tolerable in my fav no-name billiard with a rubber bit ;-)

 

jiminks

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Aug 31, 2012
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Now smoking the last of this sample of year 2000 Christmas Cheer in a 1980 Stanwell 668 medium bend with a multi-colored ferrule, half black sandblasted, half brown smooth, rough top with a black vulcanite stem. Phone chatting with my oldest friend.

 

okiepiper

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Jan 4, 2019
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Breaking in a new pipe with SWR. It's definitely not one of my normal choices but I smoke some every now and again because it is the only blend I ever knew my grandpa to smoke.

 

jiminks

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Relaxing after a wonderful Hibatchi steak, shrimp and vegetables dinner with the next to last slice of egg custard pie. I'm a quarter of the way through this bowl of Wilke Chocolate in a 1979 no name French briar smooth full bend egg with a black vulcanite tapered stem. Enjoying after dinner time with m'lady, her mom, and Suzy and Molly, who are busy chasing each other around the house.

 

jiminks

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Now smoking Wilke Lord Nelson in a 2004 Stanwell EM 2004 black sandblasted straight billiard in a gold accent ring on the shank and gold “s” on the black tapered acrylic stem.

 

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