Re: England only: Smoking ban and masoni

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To: ALL, From: JACK WISE Time: Saturday, 8-11-7, 11:22
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Mudge wrote:
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> On 08/10/2007 00:31:37 Jack Wise wrote:
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>>Mudge wrote:
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>>>Quite so - I was initiated in 1956 and have never experienced anyone, at
>>>any time, smoking during a meeting.  In the anteroom or ast the festive
>>>board - yes.  But in the Lodge Room - never !!!!
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>>Pardon me for jumping in.  I once visited a rural lodge in Texas that had
>>maintained the original furniture and fixtures from its founding. The
>>seats were composed of a wooden frame with streched rawhide for the seat
>>and backing.  In front of each seat was both an ashtray and spittoon.
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> But, m'dear Jack - that's Texas, and Texas is far older (and redder
> neckier) than Alberta, innit ?????
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As an adopted and long time Texian, I probably should brag and claim
that we are the biggest, oldest, most-est, etc  of  everything.  However
also being the most modest, I will cede some honors to Alberta, (;>)

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Jack Wise

Secretary, Oak Wood Lodge No. 1444, AF & AM, The Woodlands, TX
(www.txmason.com) ( Lodge E-Mail: oakwood1444@hal-pc.org  )

PM, Jacques DeMolay Lodge No. 1390,  AF & AM, Houston, TX
( www.jd1390.org/jdmlodge.htm )

TEXAS red wine:  renowned for its smoky-mesquite-bbq & jalapeno
overtones, the perfect foil for a meal of tacos and refried beans...

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