That is quite a bit of parsing.
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That is quite a bit of parsing.
So did I
Just in case, remember this:
"...And Saint Attila raised the hand grenade up on high, saying, "O LORD, bless this Thy hand grenade that with it Thou mayest blow Thine enemies to tiny bits, in...
You better hope it isn't the Rabbit of Caerbannog. Look at the bones!!!
They ask the standard questions about liquids, chemicals, blah, blah, blah, but never say tobacco. So, when they read that list I just say "No". No dishonesty involved, and it isn't illegal to ship...
I had that problem once. Once they asked the questions about liquid, fragile, dangerous, etc, I said "no, it's just pipe tobacco". I might as well have said it was heroin by the way they were...
Mike, that bamboo really sets that pipe off. Nice job.
How many times did you have to take that pic to get it so perfect?
Come on, Jackie- you look like a regular choir boy :001_smile
I just spewed English Breakfast tea.
Anyone been to this area of the Ozarks? I wanted to return to Ohio this fall, as I haven't experiences autumn since 1992 when I moved to Texas. However, the money isn't going to work out. Beaver's...
Man, that is a fine looking pen. I love the the way the filling knob is rounded on these.
Looks like Pelikan has updated their packaging. I like it.
Hillbilly Jim- haven't heard that name in a while.
In my no name billiard, 3 Oaks Syrian is ok, but nothing special. It comes alive in my 2013 B&B LE.
Gentlemen prefer brunettes.
The Pelikan pro has spoken- I would take him up on that offer. Do you have any pics? I haven't drooled yet today.
I am not going out of town after all, so I was thinking ham. Lamb sounds much better.
No where near enough. I have a couple MM cobs, the 2013 B&B LE, a meerschaum, a mini meer, a no name billiard, a no name bulldog (once I sanitize the stem), a Butz Choquin billiard, and a MM...
When I reworked the stem on my bulldog, I started with 400grit, then 600 then 800- all wet. I finished off with the buffing compound that comes in the dremel kits. It came out really well, IMO. I...
AOs were worn by Apollo program astronauts. They get my vote.
I know far too well. When I was young and dumb, I ran a lot of credit card debt on watches. Sadly, they were aall quartz.
I like my forums like I like my women. :001_smile
I didn't know what my grail pen was until I received it. It is a 1947 Parker51 with a 16k gold filled cap. The only way it could be better is if it had a factory italic nib. The only other pen I...
I will get a Realo one of these days, I just have too many vintage pens I want first.
I don't have the money or patience to cellar any tobacco for 5+ years.
And not one pipe smoking frog yet?
Ok, I finally stopped being a wimp and cracked them open. Not bad- kind of like tuna.
Shortcut to Mushrooms.
Must be a member of the Taliblankey.
Easy for you to say- I left my towel at home.
Thanks. I read up on the 7S26 movement. While I hear it is an inexpensive one, due to its lack of complication it is rather rugged. This is my first mechanical watch (I know, it won't be my last).
It makes more sense than Vogon poetry.
Don't be silly- the mice are in charge, and everyone knows it.
Not I- I got hooked on them when I worked for a Dutch company. They always brought stroopwafels over. I have found a local source, and always have a pack in my desk. Today was re-stock day.
Business makes perfect sense, doesn't it? :biggrin:
A new to me Seiko 5. I got it for $30 at a local pawn store. I can't even find a faint scratch anywhere on it.