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    Idea for a "Recommendations" resource

    If you believe that irony (the trope you're employing in the first line), and "straight talk" (the logic to which you're appealing in the last) have anything to do with each other, then it's time to go back to school. Anyway, I'm properly chastened and will henceforth quietly observe the...
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    Jumping on the Burley Bandwagon!

    So. It's begun. Six months from now, you'll be bidding $86.57 on ebay for a tub of Edgeworth Ready Rubbed. But first, you'll have to launch yourself into the rewarding world of still-available American traditionals--OTCs like the Prince, the Sir, the Carter, the various manifestations of...
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    Idea for a "Recommendations" resource

    For what it's worth, I agree with you. I've been hanging out here a little bit longer than you (though I'm not a heavy poster, because I write all day in my real job), and I was more than a little surprised at the tone of the "feedback" provided. But so be it. For my own part, I'll encourage...
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    C&D Star of the East.

    I'm glad you wrote this. I absolutely LOVE Star of the East Flake. But about a year ago, I made a booboo on an order and ended up with 8 oz of Star of the East instead of the Flake. My error, not the etailer's. I haven't tried it yet, but now I'm looking forward to it. I like several C&D...
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    Just Bought Some FVF

    Is that true, or are you pulling my leg? Everywhere I look, including the SG site, the words "pure, pressed Virginia" crop up. And here's a question with a wee preface: In the wine industry, there are rules related to labeling and varietal content. The basic EU standard, for example, is...
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    Just Bought Some FVF

    Just don't judge it too quickly. I think that there is near universal agreement among aficionados of FVF that it tends to come out of a youthfullly bland shell after a year or so of maturation. I worry that a lot of people trying it for the first time will experience it as a big let-down after...
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    Comoys Blue Riband

    Neil Archer Roan of A Passion for Pipes fame is a collector and talks about them and photographs them quite a bit. They do seem to sell for a pretty penny. Here's a link to his photos. http://www.apassionforpipes.com/comoy Maybe seeing one of those Blue Ribands being loved by someone else...
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    where to look for "hard to find" tobaccos

    This well-known fellow has a site devoted to vintage baccys. http://www.pipestud.com/main.html?src=%2Findex2.html
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    Cavicchi B*lbo

    Hijacking a little, but have you guys seen Uwe Jopp's pipes? "The ultimate bow drilling" say the salesman. Huge bends, generous chunks of wood and they're not that expensive. Not cheap, either. I ain't ordering one, by the way. I was just thinking about his stuff when I read here about...
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    PIPE PORN!!! (NOT FOR THE WEAK OF HEART)

    Ok, so I went to Google images, set my filter to "show me everythin'" and typed in the words "Pipe Porn." I saw my first briar pipe at page 22. I feel a little unwell. I'm off to vomit and shower.
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    A cool piece of South African history pipe

    And a wee history of the Oom Paul, too. http://cgi.ebay.com/110-YEARS-OLD-ANTIQUE-OOM-PAUL-PIPE-used-dur-BOER-WAR-/280588116259?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item41545ae123
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    Find the "problem" with this picture and win some tobacco!

    The problem: Your left hand is holding a wood pipe (and by the way...nice pic of a Saquatch in the woods). Your unseen right hand is holding something that used to occasionally feel like wood--heck, it even used to wake up that way--but lately, it only feels like wet paper. This forced you to...
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    Ouestion about my L'Anatra

    No affiliation, but I notice some incredible pricing on l'Anatras here: http://www.pipeshighgrade.com/
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    What's with the ads?

    I love it, though it takes a little getting used to at first. I installed it for my 70-something parents, for example, but they were far less fond of it than me, so I uninstalled it. But especially if you're highly mobile on the net, I think it's a genius piece of software.
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