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hello MaineVaper


glad you are well,   i'm still using my istick and ego attys and one vape flavour,   nothing changes for me  :D
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Happy Belated Birthday MaineVaper!!!  :()() %4%  #P#

Pretty much the same vaping habits here.... the KF Prime is the way to go.  :)+1
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Hello everyone. It's been a very long time since I was here. I'm still vaping, still mixing pure 24mg VG base with Latakia flavoring. Since I first tried Latakia I've never vaped anything else. When I was a pipe smoker it was always Latakia tobacco too. I'm still using the Kayfun Prime clone but the Wismec Presa TC100W mod literally fell apart, so I went back to my very old KBOX that has the finish worn off. I'm just a simple man, don't need anything new or fancy.  :]=]
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The are using the "sale to minors" as their means to get a foothold in door. Stores aren't doing a very good job ID'ing young people to stop minors from buying. Its at the same rate though as regular tobacco products.

They should focus on sale to minors which is the root of the problem. The laws really don't do much to people who sell tobacco products to minors... for the most part it's just a slap on the wrist for the first handful of times they are actually caught.

Right on! It is (and always has been) the gate keepers that have been asleep at the wheel. Kids can buy tobacco, alcohol, vapes, get into R rated movies and all manner of things they shouldn't have access to (and legally they don't). Focus on the sales, not that a product exists. I'm not sure at this point but I could be convinced that vapes (and tobacco and alcohol) should only be available at restricted specialty stores that check IDs at the door. This would also create jobs in smaller rural communities where such stores don't exist and is already the law (for alcohol) in some states.
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General Vaping Discussions / Re: Defending e-cigs on a drone forum.
« Last post by pwmeek on December 11, 2019, 10:50:40 PM »
<snip>  dont think you want to hear about me buying a charger for my istick<snip>
Au contraire, we await this news with bated* breath.

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* unlike the cat that ate some Double Gloucester and waited by the mousehole with baited breath.
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General Vaping Discussions / Re: Defending e-cigs on a drone forum.
« Last post by caz on December 11, 2019, 04:37:52 PM »
Great post cy   8)


No change for me either,    dont think you want to hear about me buying a charger for my istick   :D


As for all the health news lately,    luckily i dont have to deal with that from my family any longer as my sister vapes and is usually with me and they dont wanna take on two of us   :/X


Nothing really new with all the vaping health scares/alerts,   we have dealt with those for over a decade   and probably will as long as money is being lost.
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General Vaping Discussions / Re: Defending e-cigs on a drone forum.
« Last post by Darth Vaper on December 11, 2019, 02:52:50 PM »
I understand Cy.. pretty much the same here.... I live a very boring vape life. Not a bad thing though.
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General Vaping Discussions / Re: Defending e-cigs on a drone forum.
« Last post by CYBORG on December 10, 2019, 09:37:11 PM »
Only haven't posted much because everything is the same with me Darth.
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General Vaping Discussions / Re: Defending e-cigs on a drone forum.
« Last post by Darth Vaper on December 10, 2019, 04:58:10 PM »
Hey Lou good to see you post again... you too Cy.

Yeah all these health issues reported in the news lately have caused me to deal with a lot of grief from ill informed family and friends. One went back to smoking because of it  :{

Easiest way I have defended it is that after a good decade there were no problems.. once THC and CBD oils hit the market there is a problem. I just explain that oils never truly vaporize... they atomize only to become a oil in your lungs.

Usually end with "FAKE NEWS" and they shut up after that.

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General Vaping Discussions / Re: Defending e-cigs on a drone forum.
« Last post by oldude on December 10, 2019, 10:48:16 AM »
Hi  All,
Many,many years ago, I grew up on a farm in middle Tennessee.  We raised burley tobacco--our only money crop.  The same big fat green catapillars that eat tomato plants also find tobacco delicious.  My mother would sew cloth bags big enough to hold about half a pound of arsenic.  When the plants were about 2 feet tall, we would hold the bags over the plants and pop our arm down; this arm motion spread the arsenic all over the plants to keep the tobacco worms away.  This method was very efficient--it did it's job!!!
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