CORN COB PIPE HISTORY


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6 thoughts on “CORN COB PIPE HISTORY”

  1. I AM A LADY WHO DOES NOT SMOKE, BUT I HAVE TO SAY THAT THIS ARTICLE HAS BROUGHT FOND MEMORIES AND TEARS TO MY EYES. THIS ARTICLE HAS A DEEP MEANING OF SERENITY.

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  2. GEE!!! THIS REMINDS ME OF THE DAY, WHEN THERE WAS SOME SANITY, AND THE PEACE OF A WEEKEND, WHEN THE CHILDREN COULD HONESTLY ENJOY A SUNDAE, AND US ADULTS COULD GATHER IN A GARDEN WITH A COCKTAIL. A SUMMER SUN WAS BEAUTIFUL.

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  3. LOL! Great post. Had an uncle who resembled general Joseph “Vinegar Joe” Stillwell. He wore a snap brim hat, drove an old Jeep (it always worked), and smoked a corn cob pipe. In fact, he was in his eighties when he died of natural causes and was buried with a corn cob pipe.

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  4. MY DAD USED TO SMOKE ONE, AND SOMETIMES ROLLED HIS OWN TOBACCO. WHEN HE WAS NOT DOING THAT, LUCK STRIKE WAS ONE OF HIS FAVORITES.

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