I haven't been faithfully keeping up with this blog the last couple months. I feel like I've reached my destination in the journey. No doubt there will be some side trips along the way. Vaping has just become such a normal part of my every day, there isn't much to say about it anymore. I know I am committed to using the kr808s.
I have abandoned V4L products -- they are behind the times, not keeping up with the newer improved designs, and they are never in stock with the juice
Resistance is futile if you can set right voltage
Note: This really needs to be hosed off, but I'll probably wait to do that till I get the Belief part up. And thanks to His Illustriousness rolygate who was sweet enough to point out the typo. I guess I had adapters on the brain. I can't imagine why...
A lot of people, in fact most people, will look at anything new with some degree of hestitation, even wariness, hence the term "early adopter."
If you're reading this, chances are you're one of those.
Updated 06-18-2011 at 06:23 PM by lolady
On a smoking cessation forum the other day (not this one), someone expressed being displeased with people who use e-cigarettes for the wrong reasons.
"the wrong reasons?"
Seriously? Is this The Bachelorette?
One trembles to imagine what those reasons might be.
In what benighted horrorverse are there "wrong reasons" for wishing to reduce - even cease - the daily inhalation of toxic substances?
What the person meant,
Updated 06-15-2011 at 05:08 AM by lolady
We're still learning about addiction - how it works, why it's just not that into some of us, but so crazy about others that it brings all its stuff and moves in on the first date and refuses to move out even when they stop being nice to it.
What we don't know about it would fill a squillion times more books than are filled with what we do know, with "know," in this case being defined as "what the people who wrote each book thought the year the book was published."