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What'cha BRIAR and COB azzhats smoking 100,000?
Whistlebritches Offline
#651 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:


how many bowls can you get out of 2 oz of baccy? cob with a med size bowl? how about a 50g tin?


Enough to realize what a value pipe baccy is compared to any other form of baccy I can think of.


Enjoy........and quit resisting,give in to the TAD.

Tordenskjold Virginia Slices are calling.....as is Patriot Flake.


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
#652 Posted:
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448~Tordenskjold Virginia Slices in a cob.


Ron
gae9jang2j Offline
#653 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Enough to realize what a value pipe baccy is compared to any other form of baccy I can think of.


Enjoy........and quit resisting,give in to the TAD.

Tordenskjold Virginia Slices are calling.....as is Patriot Flake.


Ron

i have, thanks to your azz. blew a lil bit more than what i mentioned the other day. and got some backordered stuff that i was told would be coming in soon as well. and my MS river should be in tomorrow as well. also bought some mason jars today. dz 8oz and dz 1 qt jars. got the grab bag of cobs coming in as well. is that TAD enough for you? d'oh!

now when the heck am i gonna smoke all my cigars? Think

Thanks Ron, maybe i should do a "thank you for the advice" bomb

and thanks Rodney, i got you covered

and thanks ringsize, see above

and thanks Bur, just for the hell of it

Herfing
tyyler82 Offline
#654 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
i have, thanks to your azz. blew a lil bit more than what i mentioned the other day. and got some backordered stuff that i was told would be coming in soon as well. and my MS river should be in tomorrow as well. also bought some mason jars today. dz 8oz and dz 1 qt jars. got the grab bag of cobs coming in as well. is that TAD enough for you? d'oh!

now when the heck am i gonna smoke all my cigars? Think

Thanks Ron, maybe i should do a "thank you for the advice" bomb
and thanks Rodney, i got you covered

and thanks ringsize, see above

and thanks Bur, just for the hell of it

Herfing



He loves those...d'oh!
Whistlebritches Offline
#655 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
i have, thanks to your azz.

now when the heck am i gonna smoke all my cigars? Think

Thanks Ron, maybe i should do a "thank you for the advice" bomb

Herfing




tyyler82 wrote:
He loves those...d'oh!



Screw both of you.



Ron
critter2 Offline
#656 Posted:
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449-aj's vaper. nice and different from rolando's blend-cavendish takes away some of the tang and adds mellow
gae9jang2j Offline
#657 Posted:
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450 MV-1000
451 MV-1000
critter2 Offline
#658 Posted:
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452-anniversary kake. first bowl and kind of non-interesting.
ZRX1200 Offline
#659 Posted:
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453 & 454 PS Luxury Navy Flake probably my go to bulk.
critter2 Offline
#660 Posted:
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455- mc clelland va 24
gae9jang2j Offline
#661 Posted:
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guys, your thoughts on buying estate pipes from ebay?
whtwtrman79 Offline
#662 Posted:
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456 university flake
457 university flake
458 mclelland tastemaster
ZRX1200 Offline
#663 Posted:
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Never baught one Jon. My expensive pipe cost me $30
critter2 Offline
#664 Posted:
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i have bought new cobs on ebay with excellent results. i would hesitate buying an estate pipe without inspection. there are some very reputable dealers though and some come highly recommended. pda gotcha? i got a dozen briars that i have to make myself use occasionally, always reaching for the cobs
gae9jang2j Offline
#665 Posted:
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don't have any briars yet and wanted to get a cheap one to compare with cobs first. cobs do seem easier to manage... we'll see
critter2 Offline
#666 Posted:
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a new kaywoodie will get you started
ZRX1200 Offline
#667 Posted:
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Wear your straw hat Bubba.
BuckyB93 Offline
#668 Posted:
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Ok... I think I'm in the right place here. I've been doing a lot of reading and following the threads but need some help. Very interested in trying out the pipe and all it has to offer.

I've come to determine that I'm gonna do a cob for starters... a Missouri Meerschaum (it sounds like a solid place to start). When it comes to the tobacco, I don't know where to start. Sorry to butt in but I'm a newbie so any further advice would be welcome.

Is there a good place to buy the cob or a place where I should avoid?


As for tobacco, I'm not interested in aromatic tobaccy so other than that, any advice? I don't know anything about the blends and I would probably like flake but since I've never tried any of it I'm game for your advice.
BuckyB93 Offline
#669 Posted:
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I'm willing to to a Newbie Trade of sorts. I can trade cigars for pipe guidance/starter pack from you Briar bastards.
ringsize Offline
#670 Posted:
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I am your huckleberry. Got your addy too.
Go to the local b&m for a cob. Or cvs.
I will get a sampler of flake out tuesday.



459~navy rolls in the cob
BuckyB93 Offline
#671 Posted:
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I'm your disciple and willing to learn. A CVS Cob though? Won't it be a plastic POS that looks like a cob? I was thinking of getting a real thing...

Again, I'm ignorant in this realm.
gae9jang2j Offline
#672 Posted:
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you can get cobs everywhere. theres a 10 cob grab bag avail for 30 bux. although they're 2nds, most of the reviews are positive. just google missouri meerschaum and it should be the first one that comes up.
gae9jang2j Offline
#673 Posted:
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460 MS river
461 MS river
462 Luxury Navy Flake

this is seriously getting in the way of cigar smoking lol
tyyler82 Offline
#674 Posted:
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I gotta quit opening this topic....Brick wall
BuckyB93 Offline
#675 Posted:
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Right now the Science Channel "How It's Made" is doing how pipes are made.
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#676 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
you can get cobs everywhere. theres a 10 cob grab bag avail for 30 bux. although they're 2nds, most of the reviews are positive. just google missouri meerschaum and it should be the first one that comes up.



Done. Thanks for the heads up.
critter2 Offline
#677 Posted:
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463-mc c va. 2015
RodneyB Offline
#678 Posted:
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I don't mess with ebay, I find my estate pipes at antique stores.
RodneyB Offline
#679 Posted:
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gae9 I have not forgot to get you that pipe man I just got to get time to polish that stem out for you.
gae9jang2j Offline
#680 Posted:
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No rush brotha. Just looking for a cheapie so I can mess around and learn with
Whistlebritches Offline
#681 Posted:
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464~Patriot Flakes
465~Patriot Flakes


IN A COB


Ron
critter2 Offline
#682 Posted:
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466-ps bullseye in the general
gae9jang2j Offline
#683 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
464~Patriot Flakes
465~Patriot Flakes


IN A COB


Ron

should i not take up a briar?

467 MS River
468 lux twist flake
469 lux navy flake
Whistlebritches Offline
#684 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
should i not take up a briar?



Briar's for looking purty on the mantle....cobs are for smoking.


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
#685 Posted:
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470~Tordenskjold Virginia Slices
471~Tordenskjold Virginia Slices


Both in a cob..........I see a pattern here.


Ron
ZRX1200 Offline
#686 Posted:
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Cobs are for rebel asses.

Briar is for gentleman who bed beautiful women and drink liquor not in mason jars.
ZRX1200 Offline
#687 Posted:
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472~ PS Luxury Navy Flake
473~ PS Luxury Navy Flake

Both in a BRIAR, and I had sex 4 times before I got outta bed this morning with a beautiful woman that had all her teeth and wasn't my cousin.
Whistlebritches Offline
#688 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Cobs are for rebel asses.

Briar is for gentleman who blow burly men and drink fine wine from their azz crack.



There fixed it for ya


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
#689 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
472~ PS Luxury Navy Flake
473~ PS Luxury Navy Flake

Both in a BRIAR, and I had sex 4 times before I got outta bed this morning with my toothless cousin.....His name is Bob



Stop tossing me softballs


Ron
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#690 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Cobs are for rebel asses.

Briar is for gentleman who bed beautiful women and drink liquor not in mason jars.


Obviously those gamma rays blowing in from off shore have seriously fuqked with your vison.
ZRX1200 Offline
#691 Posted:
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Didn't I text you her pic?!!!

You calling my lady ugly?
gae9jang2j Offline
#692 Posted:
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Ron, wats your fav style cob?

474 MS river
475 lux navy flake in a mini, the last of what i had left to dry out.
476 bullseye is next
critter2 Offline
#693 Posted:
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477-st james flake in an egg
478-formers straight grain in a legend
ringsize Offline
#694 Posted:
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479~ London burly blend cob
480~London burley blend cob
Whistlebritches Offline
#695 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
Ron, wats your fav style cob?

474 MS river
475 lux navy flake in a mini, the last of what i had left to dry out.
476 bullseye is next



Love my Country Gents and Great Dane Eggs but as of late my favorites are a couple D.G.Erwin custom Diplomats.One has a walnut shank the other a cherry wood shank.Both are 1/8th to 1/4 bent..........something bout those hardwood shanks just make them smoke phenomenally.

BTW

481~Patriot Flake in a Great Dane Egg


Ron
whtwtrman79 Offline
#696 Posted:
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482 ms river
483 ms river cause the first one was so good

In a Great Dane
Bur Offline
#697 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Love my Country Gents and Great Dane Eggs but as of late my favorites are a couple D.G.Erwin custom Diplomats.One has a walnut shank the other a cherry wood shank.Both are 1/8th to 1/4 bent..........something bout those hardwood shanks just make them smoke phenomenally.

BTW

481~Patriot Flake in a Great Dane Egg


Ron


Big mistake Ron. Does GAE, aka "The Afghan Assassin" or "The Korean Killah" have your addy? He just picked up a seconds sampler from MM and I think he has some extra wooden matches too. Show any weakness....

Frying pan
Whistlebritches Offline
#698 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
Big mistake Ron. Does GAE, aka "The Afghan Assassin" or "The Korean Killah" have your addy? He just picked up a seconds sampler from MM and I think he has some extra wooden matches too. Show any weakness....

Frying pan



LMAO.........No


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
#699 Posted:
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484~Patriot Flake.......this stuff be goooooooooooooooood


Ron
gae9jang2j Offline
#700 Posted:
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Bur wrote:
Big mistake Ron. Does GAE, aka "The Afghan Assassin" or "The Korean Killah" have your addy? He just picked up a seconds sampler from MM and I think he has some extra wooden matches too. Show any weakness....

Frying pan

that wasn't why i asked about his fav cob, but as far as the highlighted question,

Whistlebritches wrote:
LMAO.........No


Ron

you sure about that?
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