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Greetings From Bama

Started this discussion. Last reply by hambone71 Jul 13, 2013. 6 Replies

Hello, everyone. My name is Phil and I'm from the great state of Alabama. I stumbled on this site a while back and have visited often. What a cool site! I'm 40 yrs old and the older I get, the more I…Continue

 

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hambone71 joined Shane Belin's group
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Brewers, Mazers, and Winemakers

..oh my! Make your own mead, wine, or beer? Then join up.
Sep 8, 2014
hambone71 commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"The fun is just beginning. You will now be able to participate in Raisings as younger brothers come up. Being raised is great but being able to see the work and participate is something that will never get old. Congrats on being raised.   Phil"
Aug 11, 2014
hambone71 commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Congrats, guys, on your degrees or gaining the admission into freemasonry. I was raised to MM a year and a half ago. I know the proficiency stone cold but I have not given it back yet. I am currently teaching it to my brother who has been a MM for…"
Jan 5, 2014
stacy left a comment for hambone71
"Hello Dear, I will like to get acquainted with You, I have something Special to share with You, Contact me via email stacyndong@hotmail.comMiss Stacy"
Jul 17, 2013
hambone71 replied to Chris Christy's discussion Requesting info for tobacco-cessation
"Thanks. And no I have never slept with a dip but I have dozed off for a few minutes with one. You got me there! Have you ever needed a dip before a trip to the john and then nearly mess yourself because you couldn't find your can?"
Jul 16, 2013
hambone71 replied to the3rdman's discussion Greetings From Spain
"Welcome!"
Jul 16, 2013
hambone71 replied to Chris Christy's discussion Requesting info for tobacco-cessation
"Hi Chris. I have successfully quit snuff. I dipped for many years and I absolutely loved it. I was 40 yrs old at the time. It was Dec 31, 2011 and I decided that I was too old and had been using for way too long. I decided that I no longer wanted to…"
Jul 15, 2013
hambone71 joined Tom S.'s group
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The Lounge

This is a place where you can come to discuss cigars, drinks, food, and music. If you have a suggestion on a favorite scotch or maybe you need help finding a good cigar, this is the place for you. Gentlemen, welcome to The Lounge.
Jul 14, 2013
hambone71 joined Brad Bortz's group
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Cigars, Cigars, Cigars

I've just joined Manliness and don't see a group dedicated to cigar aficionados.Any cigar smokers out there? Let's share experiences, nice smokes, etc.Looking forward to hearing from all of you!See More
Jul 14, 2013
hambone71 updated their profile
Jul 14, 2013
hambone71 commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Good evening, brethren. My name is Phil and I am a MM from Lodge# 344 in Hamilton, Al. I currently serve as the JW."
Jul 13, 2013
hambone71 replied to hambone71's discussion Greetings From Bama
"Roll Tide, brother!"
Jul 13, 2013
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to hambone71's discussion Greetings From Bama
"Sweet, I am from Loxley, down below Mobile. Good to have you here. Roll Tide!"
Jul 13, 2013
hambone71 replied to hambone71's discussion Greetings From Bama
"I'm from Hamilton. Hamilton sits on hwy 78 which runs from B'ham to Memphis. About 100 miles northwest of Birmingham and about 130 miles southeast of Memphis."
Jul 13, 2013
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to hambone71's discussion Greetings From Bama
"Welcome Phil. What part of Bama are you from?"
Jul 13, 2013
hambone71 replied to hambone71's discussion Greetings From Bama
"Thanks for the reply, Matthew. I'm proud to be an old soul."
Jul 13, 2013

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Interests
Sports, cigars, pipes, fishing, camping, and lots of other manly stuff.
Books
The Holy Bible. As for other books, I'm more of a magazine guy. I like to read [sports] articles vs. books. Although, there are a few books that are on my bucket list.
Movies
Too many to name.

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At 10:01am on July 17, 2013, stacy said…

Hello Dear, I will like to get acquainted with You, I have something Special to share with You, Contact me via email stacyndong@hotmail.com

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