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AT LEAST as far back as 1500 B.C., people have made and used glass pipes. In 50 B.C., the Romans created the blown glass pipe, which allowed molten glass to be shaped to an individ- ual’s preference, reports SunflowerPipes.com. Today, California based Smoking Glass Pipe offers thousands of styles and designs, updated every six months, for a smoking community looking for a cleaner, unaffected taste of the tobacco product they are smok- ing. Whether the smoker views


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