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Cigarettes without chemicals

 
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06/17/2011 09:27 PM
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Supposedly, anyhow. I just got them today. They were cheaper for a carton than the cheapies. Thing is, you sorta do it yourself. The machines rolls them up and spits them after after you dump the tobacco into it. Then you put them in the carton, one by one, or six. haha

They burn much slower and have a different taste. I like putting them out. They actually SQUASH like they're supposed to. :)
And ten bucks cheaper. Just tobacco and no fire-proof paper. Cool.
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06/17/2011 09:29 PM
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Re: Cigarettes without chemicals
King's X likes 'em too

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06/17/2011 09:41 PM
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King's X likes 'em too


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I like that song a lot. Thank you for posting..... I have no flipping idea who those guys are. Call me stupid.
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06/17/2011 09:50 PM
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A LOT of people don't know King's X. One of those great unknown bands that have a hardcore cult following but don't get mainstream accolades. Been around since 1989 or so. Got a real nice groove with 3-part harmonies from all three guys.
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06/17/2011 10:04 PM
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A LOT of people don't know King's X. One of those great unknown bands that have a hardcore cult following but don't get mainstream accolades. Been around since 1989 or so. Got a real nice groove with 3-part harmonies from all three guys.
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You kinda threw me when you said 1989.
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06/17/2011 10:34 PM
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Re: Cigarettes without chemicals
they suck
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06/17/2011 10:36 PM
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they suck
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I dunno man they sounds alright you must listen to that monkey jungle shit.
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Re: Cigarettes without chemicals
Supposedly, anyhow. I just got them today. They were cheaper for a carton than the cheapies. Thing is, you sorta do it yourself. The machines rolls them up and spits them after after you dump the tobacco into it. Then you put them in the carton, one by one, or six. haha

They burn much slower and have a different taste. I like putting them out. They actually SQUASH like they're supposed to. :)
And ten bucks cheaper. Just tobacco and no fire-proof paper. Cool.
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Well, if your using pre-rolled filters (The empty filters you buy seperately) they are laced with the same chemicals if you were to buy a pack at the store. Rolling your own is smart though because it's cheap...I have my own kit as backup.
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06/17/2011 10:49 PM

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I've been rolling my own for 3 years now. I only smoke Peter Stokkebye brand. They burn slow, I smoke less, enjoy it more, and don't get the craving or urge to have the "stressful" cigarette. The Amsterdam blend is my favorite but I also like the Danish and London. All the blends are good though. It's not easy to find. You have to go to high end shops or you can get it online. I roll with a 1920's metal Concinnum made in England that I found on Ebay. I add a filter, place the tobacco in the rollers, give a twist, load the paper, lick it, twist it and I'm in tobacconist heaven. It's become almost an artform by now. I don't like the "tubes" many people use. The filter and the paper on all I've tried just don't taste nice to me. The wife doesn't mind the smell of the smoke compared to your store bought chemical sticks. Smoke'em if ya got'em, and remember there are no Aethiests in a foxhole. We're all gonna die. Cheers.
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06/17/2011 11:06 PM
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I've been rolling my own for 3 years now. I only smoke Peter Stokkebye brand. They burn slow, I smoke less, enjoy it more, and don't get the craving or urge to have the "stressful" cigarette. The Amsterdam blend is my favorite but I also like the Danish and London. All the blends are good though. It's not easy to find. You have to go to high end shops or you can get it online. I roll with a 1920's metal Concinnum made in England that I found on Ebay. I add a filter, place the tobacco in the rollers, give a twist, load the paper, lick it, twist it and I'm in tobacconist heaven. It's become almost an artform by now. I don't like the "tubes" many people use. The filter and the paper on all I've tried just don't taste nice to me. The wife doesn't mind the smell of the smoke compared to your store bought chemical sticks. Smoke'em if ya got'em, and remember there are no Aethiests in a foxhole. We're all gonna die. Cheers.
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Get the fuck out of here. Did you just tell me that you're rolling smokes with a hundred-year-old device???????????
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06/17/2011 11:18 PM

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Yep, that's right. I have some older ones that are from the late 1800's. The Concinnum rollers are small and fit in your pocket, but I have to rolling machines from the LeMair Company that were made in Paris that are late 1800's as well. You'd be surprised what you can find out there if you look. I just got so pissed when even the "chemical free" cigarettes had to be sold as "Fire Safe Cigarette" (FSC) which contradicts the entire point of a chemical free cigarette! The FSC smoke tastes like shit.. and what the hell makes it fire safe? Waht are they adding to it or the paper so that it extinguishes itself? Yuk. Anyway, I got creative and enjoy smoking very much. Maybe I'll quit when they say that I don't have to. If your interested in finding machines like I've found, search tobaccianna, antique, mahcine, international on ebay and if you're lucky you'll see one somewhere in a few dozen pages.
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06/17/2011 11:30 PM
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Yep, that's right. I have some older ones that are from the late 1800's. The Concinnum rollers are small and fit in your pocket, but I have to rolling machines from the LeMair Company that were made in Paris that are late 1800's as well. You'd be surprised what you can find out there if you look. I just got so pissed when even the "chemical free" cigarettes had to be sold as "Fire Safe Cigarette" (FSC) which contradicts the entire point of a chemical free cigarette! The FSC smoke tastes like shit.. and what the hell makes it fire safe? Waht are they adding to it or the paper so that it extinguishes itself? Yuk. Anyway, I got creative and enjoy smoking very much. Maybe I'll quit when they say that I don't have to. If your interested in finding machines like I've found, search tobaccianna, antique, mahcine, international on ebay and if you're lucky you'll see one somewhere in a few dozen pages.
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Today I got rolled cigarettes. With tobacco. I think I like them better.
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06/17/2011 11:33 PM
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Re: Cigarettes without chemicals
King's X likes 'em too


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I like that song a lot. Thank you for posting..... I have no flipping idea who those guys are. Call me stupid.
 Quoting: C. 1324411


King's X is a GREAT hard rock trio.

Their first two albums, Out Of The Silent Planet and Gretchen Goes To Nebraska are terrific... as their career went on their music went downhill a little IMO, more hit-or-miss songs... But GOOD STUFF overall.

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