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Re: [Pipe smokers] What questionn would ask?

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  • Nancy Duncan
    Roughly same questions of Carlos Scotti, xcept, of course, his air dry method, besides just lettin the blocks sit out there for maybe 10yrs. Temp.
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 1, 2005
      Roughly same questions of Carlos Scotti, xcept, of course, his "air dry"
      method, besides just lettin' the blocks sit out there for maybe 10yrs. Temp.
      conditions etc. (I got nuttin' against Dunnie per se.....have one, just
      prefer lucite. At the price points, will go Castello.

      Ed Duncan, Batavia, NY
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      From: "Bill" <bluewind95356@...>
      To: <pipesmokers2@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2005 1:24 AM
      Subject: [Pipe smokers] What questionn would ask?


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      > If you could meet any famous pipe carver from the past or present,
      > have a beer and smoke a pipe with that person and ask them one
      > question: who would that person be and what would the question be?
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      > I think I'd like to meet Alfred Dunhill and ask him how they came
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      > with the oil-cure process, all the details. I've always liked the
      > unique flavor of their pipes!
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      > Or who was the ignat that first blended Royal Yacht, and then go
      > clobber the fool!
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