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- Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:49 pm
- Forum: Pipe and Tobacco Nostalgia
- Topic: Old Pipe and Tobacco Ads
- Replies: 51
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Smoking a pipe in the morning is pretty awesome. I like some Prince Albert, (or any other tobacco), with coffee. I don't do it very often, (the only time I post in the whatareyousmoking thread is when I have a bowl on the way to work), as I really don't like bringing my pipes to work. I don't know, ...
The first pipe I ever bought was Dr. Grabow Grand Duke. It never bubbled up like this over the 20 years I've smoked it until 2 or maybe 3 years ago... maybe longer? I can't remember. But it did bubble, why a brand new one would bubble is beyond me. Bad lacquer is probably the issue as suggested above.
I can think of no better thing than to hike myself back into the Adirondacks, disappear off the trail into the nowhere, and just sit listening the voices of the trees. Yeah, the trees, that's the way to smoke a pipe in pure enjoyment, bliss, joy, happiness, peace... all those things rolled into one ...
- Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:05 am
- Forum: New Member Introductions
- Topic: Great to be back again
- Replies: 22
- Views: 394
I'm not currently preaching as a profession but I am part of group where we are going through different books of the Bible and preaching/teaching little sermonettes, so to speak, with a fine group of guys.
So, I found a 30 day version of the taco song and have been entranced by it's awesomeness ever since. The longer you allow it's intoxicating sounds to carry you down into the deepest reaches of your soul the closer you will become to transcendental state of pure unadulterated awesome. I looked into ...
So when I said "Welcome from friendly New England," all of you New Englanders should have read it low and slow like your grandad would have said it. Deadpan. Then it'll sound like it's meant to; sardonic. Except for the "welcome" part. Poor Bowhunt. Look what he's started and he didn't even mean to...