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                Pipes Digest #287 -- July 21, 2004
   Copyright (C) 2004 by Steven J. Beaty. All rights reserved.
               Commercial use of any part of contents,
              including email addresses, is prohibited.

                   Circulation this issue: 3409

Today's Topics:
outdoorsmen pipes  [Bill Taylor <???????????????????????>]
Re: PD, 1, 12 ... Masticola and Anderson notes  [John Perkowski <?????????????????????????????>]
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PIPE SHOW VII  [Gary Malmberg <???????????????????????>]
Concerning the "Professor's Pipe-Sweetening Technique"  ["Hogue, Randy {Document Control- Osmetech}" <????????????????????????>]
RE: [Pipes Digest] Re: PD, V1 #8 - and Pipe Show Thefts  ["Steve Sheoskie" <?????????????????????>]
Re: "Dental" stems and Alternate hosting.  [Sami Mikhail <??????????????????????>]
Unidentified subject!  ["jgavin" <??????????????>]
Welcome Back!  ["David Mize" <????????????????>]
Glad you're back!  [Bill Taylor <???????????????????????>]
Re: Pipes Digest #286  [John Perkowski <?????????????????????????????>]
RE: Pipes Digest #286  ["Matthews, John E." <?????????????????>]
pipe refurbishing  ["Darryll Barksdale" <?????????????????????>]

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Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2003 07:25:45 -0400
From: Bill Taylor <???????????????????????>
Subject: outdoorsmen pipes

During the early 1970's Sears also sold "the pipe" and THE SMOKE through 
their catalog. Don't know if they were ever in the stores, though.
Puff on!
Bill

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Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 05:40:06 -0700 (PDT)
From: John Perkowski <?????????????????????????????>
Subject: Re: PD, 1, 12 ... Masticola and Anderson notes

First, Steve,

Chuck Stanion paid Dr Beaty a tremendous compliment in the new P&T ...
when he said the pipes.org site is by far the best pipe site on the
web.

I certainly prefer it over asp's site.  No java, no slow loads, just
info and hyperlinks.

We believe in what you've done, and we'll all get there.

Finally, give my love to Jean...

Robert....

Consider SMS pipes of Des Moines as a vendor.  High quality, great
service, and they're good people to boot!

http://www.smspipes.com

Smoke in peace, all, John


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[ thanks!  and the ASP site has some really great stuff on it too... ]

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Date: Sat, 05 Jun 2004 11:41:58 -0700
From: Gary Malmberg <???????????????????????>
Subject: NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PIPE SHOW VII

The Northern California Pipe Show . . . our VIIth!


The seventh Sacramento pipe show is coming November 13.  This event has
grown to become one of the most respectable Estate Pipe  shows in the
United States.  I expect dealer participation and customer attendance to
increase 50% this year!

NCPS VII happens in less than six months, and this is a good time to
remind you:

Table reservations are $25, as in the past, but only until September 1.

Reservations paid for after then will be $40.

This is your reminder to plan to attend.  And to reserve your table now.

The official accomodations:

GOOD NITE INN
25 HOWE AVENUE 916.386.8408
just a mile north of the show site.
SPECIAL SHOW RATE: $49.99 for 1 or 2 beds
Make your reservations at least 2 weeks prior.
Mention the Northern California Pipe Show.
Go to their web site for informartion and map,
and to make your reservations:
http://WWW.GOODNITEINN.COM/sacramento.htm

The show has its own internet home
at the secondhandsmokes.com web site

Northern California Pipe Show VII:
http://www.secondhandsmokes.com/ncps.html

You may pay for your table using
PayPal  from a link on this web site.

Forward this message to friends who
may appreciate knowing about the show.



The Fresno Pipe Club,
the Sacramento Pipe Collectors=B9 Assembly,
and the Peninsula Pipe Club
jointly announce the
NORTHERN
CALIFORNIA
PIPE SHOW VII
Join other smokers, private collectors,
estate pipe dealers, smoke shop retailers
and manufacturers=B9 reps. Bring pipes
for appraisal or to trade or sell.
Come to relax, share and enjoy.
ADMISSION IS FREE
- ESTATE PIPES
- NEW PIPES
- TOBACCOS
- ACCESSORIES

SACRAMENTO
Saturday November 13, 2004
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Dealer set-up begins at 8:00 a.m.

DEALERS & COLLECTORS:
Tables are available

VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR INFO=AD
How to find it
Where to stay
What to expect
http://www.secondhandsmokes.com/ncps.html
OR CONTACT:
Gary Malmberg
1325 O St #1
Sacramento CA 95814
916.442.6027
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Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 16:13:12 -0400
From: "Hogue, Randy {Document Control- Osmetech}" <????????????????????????>
Subject: Concerning the "Professor's Pipe-Sweetening Technique"

Concerning the "Professor's Pipe-Sweetening Technique" - has anyone
actually tried it with success and is there any real danger of cracking
the stem by drying the briar too much?

Randy D. Hogue

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Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 16:04:47 -0400
From: "Steve Sheoskie" <?????????????????????>
Subject: RE: [Pipes Digest] Re: PD, V1 #8 - and Pipe Show Thefts

On the theft issue at pipe shows , I am glad to say I haven't experienced
it, at a show last year I left a high grade Charaten I was smoking on the
somebody 's table while looking at other pipes and proceeded to look at all
the other tables and hour later panic set in and I went to every table
asking for my pipe and to my relief the last table the owner asked what are
you looking for and I described it and he  reached under the table and gave
it back to me with a smile, needless to say I offered him money he refused
so I bought one of his pipes. 

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Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2003 23:06:13 -0500
From: Sami Mikhail <??????????????????????>
Subject: Re: "Dental" stems and Alternate hosting.


Well, the new format might take some getting used to, but I'm finding
that Mozilla handles it fine if I tell it to view the attachments in
line. YMMV.

To :  Mathew Lu
Re: "Dental" stems

The Peterson Stems are more commonly known as P-Lip stems. I own
several of those. I also have a couple of Savinlli's that have a
similar stem. I'm pretty sure I've seen otherss, but can't remember
brand names right now. If I see them, I'll post them.

Re: Alternate hosting.
I run two lists on Yahoo. Yahoo is convenient. Yahoo is easy to use for
both the list managers and the list participants. 

BUT it comes at a price:
You have to have Yahoo  ID, which means that Yahoo will have your Email
address. If you're careful, you can avoid getting on spam lists. But
you do have to be careful.
Each message carries a heavy payload of advertising dross. Even when I
turned off the "Attachments" features on the group, there's still a
bunch of foo.
The Yahoo Groups search facility, not to put too fine a point on it,
sucks! I'd much prefer to archive my Pipes Digests locally and search
them using my tools. (On that note, will the PD still be archived on
www.pipes.org?)

Final note:
Might I suggest that we be very sparing with our quoting of previous
messages? In a digest format, quoted messages might end up showing up
several times if they are replied to by several folks.

[ i'll be editing posts closely.  i'll also be archiving the digests on
pipes.org... ]

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Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 22:17:13 -0700
From: "jgavin" <??????????????>
Subject: 

Steve, looks good to me! Hanks for all your hard work, it is
appreciated.

Jim Gavin

"People are entitled to their own opinions, they are not entitled to
their own facts." (Vincent Bugliosi)

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Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 20:43:16 -0400
From: "David Mize" <????????????????>
Subject: Welcome Back!

So good to see the Digest wafting through the haze of a fine latakia
once again! Thanks to Steve M. for many years of great... er, digesting.
Good luck to Steve B. in his new hosting duties- there's a lot of
catching up to do.

David Mize  ????????????????
Pickerington, Ohio

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Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 22:18:19 -0400
From: Bill Taylor <???????????????????????>
Subject: Glad you're back!

It was a great delight to find a Pipes Digest in my mailbox this evening! 
Thank you, Steve (and many thanks to the other Steve for his many years of 
yeoman service) for resurrecting the list. I have one request, which may be 
problematic at present - don't publish or archive E-mail addresses. I 
already get 300 spam messages a day and the E-mail harvesting robots will 
glom onto this list and increase the already out of control UBM 
(unsolicited bulk mail). However, it is a small price to pay to have the 
Digest vital once more. I would rather junk the spam and get Pipes Digest 
than not get either. Thank you, thank you, and thank you again.

Bill Taylor <???????????????????????>
http://www.billietaylor.com 

[ i work hard to make sure email addresses cannot be seen outside the
digests themselves.  i don't believe anyone can get the distribution list
or the raw digests.  i sanitize them before putting them up at pipes.org.
i have (so far) left them in the digests so people can respond directly to
posters -- i can remove them in the digests if there is a groundswell of
support for it. ]

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Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 20:53:54 -0600 (MDT)
From: John Perkowski <?????????????????????????????>
Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #286

To Steve Beaty:  Many blessings in your new role as Moderator.  

To Steve Masticola and Jean:  Many blessings to the two of you in all
that you do.  I trust there are folks here who want to hear from you,
even if you are no longer actively moderating.

Smoke in peace, John

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Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 07:40:08 -0400
From: "Matthews, John E." <?????????????????>
Subject: RE: Pipes Digest #286

Thank GOD, for the return of the PIPE Digest. I hadn't received one in quite
awhile and realizing the amount of time and labor it takes to manage this
list. I thought that it had gone the way much of the really substantive
enjoyments of our fast moving culture has. It warms my heart to see it
again, I feel like I've just renewed an acquaintance with a long lost
friend. Dr. Beaty keep up the good work and my very heart felt thanks to
Steve M. for introducing my to the digest and letting me share my 30+ years
of pipe smoking with other brethren of the Briar. 

Thanks,

John E. Matthews

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Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 12:53:45 -0500
From: "Darryll Barksdale" <?????????????????????>
Subject: pipe refurbishing

First, thanks to both Steve's for their great efforts regarding the
list.  It is wonderful to once again be able to 'bond' with my fellow
pipe smokers.
Now, for the purpose of this post.  I recently came into possession of a
great selection of estate pipes.  Most are Savinelli's and Stanwell's
and all need some tender care to bring them back to life but all are
easily salvageable as none have been smoked more than a dozen times and
not smoked at all for over ten years.  Since they number in the 60
range, it would be too costly for me to take them to a pro to have them
perform the required tasks (you see, this is one physician who is not
rich contrary to what any trial lawyer may tell you!).  So, I am going
to use this opportunity to do something that I have thought about for a
long time and obtain the tools and skills needed to do the work
myself.....................my cardiologist wants me to get a hobby, so
this is just honoring his request!  
So, I am asking the group for some suggestions as to where to get the
equipment, what size polisher is needed, what kind of buffing wheels are
required, what tricks they have in cleaning pipes, etc, etc,
etc...........................................ANY advice would be
greatly appreciated.
Again, thank you Steve and Steve.............................YOU BOTH
ARE APPRECIATED!
Dr. B
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Article Index

  1. Subject: Pipes Digest #287
  2. Subject: outdoorsmen pipes
  3. Subject: Re: PD, 1, 12 ... Masticola and Anderson notes
  4. Subject: NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PIPE SHOW VII
  5. Subject: Concerning the "Professor's Pipe-Sweetening Technique"
  6. Subject: RE: [Pipes Digest] Re: PD, V1 #8 - and Pipe Show Thefts
  7. Subject: Re: "Dental" stems and Alternate hosting.
  8. Subject:
  9. Subject: Welcome Back!
  10. Subject: Glad you're back!
  11. Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #286
  12. Subject: RE: Pipes Digest #286
  13. Subject: pipe refurbishing
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