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What'cha BRIAR and COB azzhats smoking 100,000?
critter2 Offline
#751 Posted:
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534-beacon extra. got my sumsabitches in today. first bowl in the a.m.
ringsize Offline
#752 Posted:
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535~Peterson university flake
whtwtrman79 Offline
#753 Posted:
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536 three friars
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#754 Posted:
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537 - a little bit of strikeforce on top of a bowl of lj heart burley... thanks again critter for sending these samples...

I can't handle the strikeforce straight... it has a finishing taste that reminds me of the body odor of an ice cream truck driver or 7-11 worker.... but I can handle a pinch on top of the lj heart...
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gae9jang2j wrote:
plum pudding back in stock at the lil sister site


Thanks for the update been wanting to pick this one up
critter2 Offline
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538-frenchy's sonzabitches. really liking the burvapers, vaburpers, pervaburs, or whatever you call them

539-another frenchy's
ringsize Offline
#757 Posted:
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540~ golden sliced
541~rrr
542~golden sliced
critter2 Offline
#758 Posted:
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543- scottish cake
critter2 Offline
#759 Posted:
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544-aj vaper

anybody ever smoke h&h freight train?
gae9jang2j Offline
#760 Posted:
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started an ISO thread but figured i can post one of the items here as well.

anybody have a soft flame pipe lighter that you're willing to trade for cigars? LMK please
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Ron makes some decent refillable soft flame lighters. Some Tractor Supply stores carry them. I use them or the fancy xikar one Numi smacked me with.

545- dunhill 965
grrrrr609 Offline
#762 Posted:
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Thats suppose to be Ronson. Cant edit from my phone.
gae9jang2j Offline
#763 Posted:
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PMing Ron

Thnx for the info Dave
grrrrr609 Offline
#764 Posted:
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Dont pm ron. Dam autocorrect changed ronson to ron on me.
gae9jang2j Offline
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oops lol
grrrrr609 Offline
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Lol sorry
ringsize Offline
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546~ps ge
critter2 Offline
#768 Posted:
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547-st james flake
opelmanta1900 Offline
#769 Posted:
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548 - ps bullseye... quite tasty
Whistlebritches Offline
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grrrrr609 wrote:
Dont pm ron. Dam autocorrect changed ronson to ron on me.



Yea Gangnum had me going with that PM.........I was going to ship him a couple boxes of matches with instructions.


Ron
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#771 Posted:
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549~Tordenskjold Virginia Slices
550~Whistleblend #1


Ron
gae9jang2j Offline
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I blame dave
whtwtrman79 Offline
#773 Posted:
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gae9jang2j wrote:
I blame dave


Don't we all!
Whistlebritches Offline
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whtwtrman79 wrote:
Don't we all!



At least it ain't me this time.


Ron
critter2 Offline
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Whistlebritches wrote:

550~Whistleblend #1


Ron


is that all the dried leftovers you put in a pouch to smoke?
wheelrite Offline
#776 Posted:
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ok,

I've been considering buying a Briar .

What is a good Blend for a noob.?


wheel,,,
Whistlebritches Offline
#777 Posted:
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critter2 wrote:
is that all the dried leftovers you put in a pouch to smoke?



No......G.L.Pease Montgomery mixed 2-1 with Kendal Kentuckey.The KK was a little much on its own so I had a brainstorm.BTW it's quite good.


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
ok,

I've been considering buying a Briar .

What is a good Blend for a noob.?


wheel,,,


Grab you some cobs first.......you'll thank me later.

Orlik's Golden Sliced.......good starter Virginia that you will return to many times over.

Mac Baren Golden Extra......great starter Burley

Dunhill De Luxe Navy Rolls......A vaper that will win you over.

If you like Latakia your going to have to seek help elsewhere.....why smoke a camp fire when I can build one.

Read through this post......lots of other great baccy's listed.You live in an area where I would think your local B&M would have some good options.However Mail order rules if you like variety.


Ron
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Ron, on the subject of cobs... I got one at the local drugstore, just a plain old mm... the thing burned hotter than a firecracker with all the tobacco I tried and nothing would stay lit... I figured I had to be doing something wrong...

then I remembered I had an old dr grabow sitting in my desk from 3 or 4 years ago when I dabbled in pipes a bit... I dug it out, cleaned it up a bit and tried it out... it was much, much cooler, and everything is smoking much better, staying lit much better in it than in the cob...

I know grabow's are nothing special and a lot of people would recommend a cob over a grabow... is it possible the cob I got was just defective in some way? do you recommend I get another cob and try it out?

Also, I hear you're making some pretty sweet custom pipe lighters these days and would love to put in a special order... Herfing
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
Also, I hear you're making some pretty sweet custom pipe lighters these days and would love to put in a special order... Herfing

lmao d'oh!
wheelrite Offline
#781 Posted:
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another question...

Do cob pipes require any type of seasoning or break in ?

I'm gonna stop by my local shop later and see what they have,


thanks,
wheel,
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wheelrite wrote:
another question...

Do cob pipes require any type of seasoning or break in ?

I'm gonna stop by my local shop later and see what they have,


thanks,
wheel,

Nope. That's another reason why they're so great
gae9jang2j Offline
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although some salt n peppa might help every once in a while

Flapper
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551 ms river
552 ms river
Whistlebritches Offline
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gae9jang2j wrote:
lmao d'oh!


Ima kick your azz Gangnam.ram27bat


Ron
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
Ron, on the subject of cobs... I got one at the local drugstore, just a plain old mm... the thing burned hotter than a firecracker with all the tobacco I tried and nothing would stay lit... I figured I had to be doing something wrong...

then I remembered I had an old dr grabow sitting in my desk from 3 or 4 years ago when I dabbled in pipes a bit... I dug it out, cleaned it up a bit and tried it out... it was much, much cooler, and everything is smoking much better, staying lit much better in it than in the cob...

I know grabow's are nothing special and a lot of people would recommend a cob over a grabow... is it possible the cob I got was just defective in some way? do you recommend I get another cob and try it out?

Also, I hear you're making some pretty sweet custom pipe lighters these days and would love to put in a special order... Herfing



Those little drug store cobs have very thin bowl walls and from my experience as well they do burn hot.I have a couple but i use them differently.Either as a test run on a new baccy in which i would pack a very small amount of baccy in the bowl(half full at most)or when I have very little time and want a quick bowl........again half to maybe 3/4's full.Look for a Country Gentleman,Diplomat or Great Dane Egg........all MM products.


BTW not sure how that got started but I am NOT making custom lighters..........y'all stop that now or I'll send you wet matches.

Ron
gae9jang2j Offline
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Ima kick your azz Gangnam.


Ron

that wasn't even me! you should be kicking grrrrr's azz. i heard he's LOW!!!
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553~ PS Luxury Navy Flake
554~ Davidoff Flake Medallion
wheelrite Offline
#789 Posted:
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alright,

went to the shop and got a MM cob Diplomat and a tin of Orlik.

gonna fire up a bowl later after it cools off outside..

can't wait..

wheel,
Whistlebritches Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
alright,

went to the shop and got a MM cob Diplomat and a tin of Orlik.

gonna fire up a bowl later after it cools off outside..

can't wait..

wheel,



I'm going to have to hook up with Wheel during the next State Fair.I mean who else is bringing their very own Cobb smoking midget.....I bet we get a prize or something.


Ron
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Whistlebritches wrote:
I'm going to have to hook up with Wheel during the next State Fair.I mean who else is bringing their very own Cobb smoking midget.....I bet we get a prize or something.


Ron


Ha !

are ya'll coming to Dallas for the Fair ?


wheel,
Whistlebritches Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
alright,

went to the shop and got a MM cob Diplomat and a tin of Orlik.

gonna fire up a bowl later after it cools off outside..

can't wait..

wheel,


Forgot to tell ya.A good bourbon really compliments a sweet virginia or vaper.Hell why I am I stating this......Bourbon goes well with everything.


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
Ha !

are ya'll coming to Dallas for the Fair ?


wheel,



Only if you'll wear your cowboy boots,hat and bring the cob.


Ron
ZRX1200 Offline
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Wheel has too many teef to smoke a cob.
Whistlebritches Offline
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Wheel has too many teef to smoke a cob.



I will win you over.........and your going to like it or else.

You too shall one day be a cob snob.


Ron
wheelrite Offline
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Only if you'll wear your cowboy boots,hat and bring the cob.


Ron


goes without saying,,,
gae9jang2j Offline
#797 Posted:
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Z don't have no cobs??

whhaaaaaaaat??

i got a whole bunch of 2nds i can gladly send you to try out as an intro to cobs. only major flaw on them is cosmetic
critter2 Offline
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555-aj's vaper
wheelrite Offline
#799 Posted:
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Ok, just finished supper,,,

about to load my 1st bowl !


I'M GOING IN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

with some Bourbon,,


wheel,
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never thought i would be able to say this about wheel but....


n00d


Flapper

enjoy bro
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