When we say quitting what are we quitting? for me it is not the addiction or habit. if that was true than it would be cold turkey. What I am quitting is a substance that is killing me. I know it is. I have proof it is. So what is it that I am quitting for me it is cigarettes. But i continue the habit with vapor because i enjoy the sensation of smoking or vaping. I am not at a place that i can just give it up. So I found an alternative to continuing to kill my self with cigarettes. I do not think
A buddy and I are doing some reviews, more so him than I.
But here's his video review, I thought it could be helpful being that there are not many out there for this model! We'll be doing more in my blog in the future! Below the video we'll be adding a full text review with images in <2 weeks time.
Not asking for likes, subscriptions, or even comments. This is purely to help people looking for ecigs in the market!
Look many of us are wanting more out of life than we have. i thought i had that when i joined a motorcycle club. it's not a 1%er club. this club actually has what they claim of a mission. The mission was to help kids that are addicted to drugs/drinking/or even gettin bullied. Plus riding with brothers. This is something that is near and dear to me. All of it. But here's the problem, when the Top person, hell the 'founder' has no control over what happens there is an issue. I am a Marine, ret. I
Originally Posted by peraspera
I made a new chart showing what combinations of oHms/watts the iStick is capable of regulating. eLeaf/Joye U.S. confirmed with the manufacturer that the iStick does not have the capability to down regulate power.
The blue bars show what is fully regulated. The purple shows oHms/watts combos that are only regulated when the power level you have selected falls below the volts the battery is actually outputting. If the settings you have chosen are too low to be regulated the iStick screen
Okay, so here is everything we have done so far. Thank you to The Ocelot for the idea of creating a blog. Now there is no excuse for duplicate challenges. Be creative!
Challenge 1: Take a picture of your PV with a beat up car somewhere in the photo.
Challenge 2: Take a picture of your Pv with any of your other favorite thing to do (hobbies, sports,ect)
Challenge 3: Take a picture of your PV with the Pythagorean Theorem in the background.