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Joyce Unedited--The Director's Cut

Writing about whatever comes to mind, sometimes even vaping related!

  1. Everyone thinks they're a writer.

    by , 02-08-2012 at 07:40 PM (Joyce Unedited--The Director's Cut)
    Or, as they commonly say on the vaping blog circuit, their a writer. Or there a writer. I've been reading a lot of vaping blogs recently and never have I shaken my head more at the number of people that can't use the English language properly. This would be fine if they were merely keeping their ignorance to themselves, but no, they insist on publishing their words on the internet for all to see.

    There are numerous articles available that point to these errors, so I won't go into ...
  2. Taking a wild ride.

    by , 08-15-2011 at 11:07 PM (Joyce Unedited--The Director's Cut)
    The following is probably not news to anybody but me.

    Think of me as riding the vaping short bus: I like simplicity. I'm never gonna be one who spends a lot of time on volts and amps and mahs and ohms. I have a lot of respect for those who can do the research, get the most out of their knowledge, and pass that on to me.
    And thank goodness those guys are out there. The simple fact is, I don't know what most of it is...I just wanna vape.

    Upon the strong recommendations ...

    Updated 08-16-2011 at 02:17 AM by Joyce

  3. My 8 month anniversary of vaping

    by , 04-14-2011 at 08:31 PM (Joyce Unedited--The Director's Cut)
    Quote Originally Posted by Joyce View Post
    I came here to make a true confession. I read in another thread where a poster felt bad about their signature banner being inaccurate. I finally had to remove mine, because there was no way I could honestly post what my true statistics were.

    Today is the anniversary of my first vape. I tried a friend's V4L kit at my daughter's wedding on 8/13/10. Technically, that makes me an eight month vaper, since I was immediately fascinated and ordered a kit, but I didn't start seriously