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  1. An Analogy of Making Juices That Have the Same Name From Different Vendors

    by , 04-16-2013 at 01:05 PM
    An analogy if you will:

    I will use meatloaf for this one.

    The common ingredient is hamburger. Now there are different grades of hamburger (as there are different grades of flavoring)
    Then you have those that grind up their own beef (vendors that extract their own flavors)

    What makes my meatloaf great to me is all the other things I add to it. But no matter what other things I add, it is still meatloaf.
    Most meatloafs get an egg added (we'll pretend ...

    Updated 06-18-2014 at 02:41 AM by Robino1

  2. My Starter Kit

    by , 04-16-2013 at 06:07 AM (Journey into Vaping)
    With my new-found determination to try e-cigarettes, I marched right down to my local discount tobacco store.

    Note: I live in a very rural area. I’m not thrilled about it (that’s an understatement, actually). I like to say that around here there’s a developmental lag equal to a generation or so. New products generally tend to reach this area years after their introduction in larger markets. I find the limitation in choices as a consumer extremely frustrating, to say the least.
  3. Anybody from Canada ever get this tracking message when buying e-liquid from USA?

    by , 04-14-2013 at 10:56 PM
    Hi All,

    I've been ordering e-liquid from Virgin Vapor for over a year. I always get a message from Canada post saying that my parcel will be reviewed by Canada Customs. However, for the first time I got: ""Item has arrived in Canada and was sent for further processing"

    Has anyone ever got this message before, but ended up receiving their package?


  4. Long story on a sad day of why this is so important to me :)

    by , 04-14-2013 at 10:38 PM
    Today it is 3 years ago my oldest sister passed away at age 53 due to a very rare cancer of the blood vessels. She lived in Denver with her husband and my niece and nephew while the rest of us are on the east coast (with the exception of a brother in Dallas). We got a call on a Wednesday that she had a nosebleed that wouldn’t stop so she was admitted to the hospital and something was “off” with her liver and blood counts. She had a liver biopsy and was released on Friday – admitted into ICU on ...
  5. how to get carbonation type flavor?

    by , 04-14-2013 at 07:47 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by amrnation View Post
    Champange just sorta gives it a crisp taste.

    Cinnamon is the trick.

    Cinnamon red hots also gives a bite and carbonation feeling.
    Lemon also works well to give a bite to flavors that champange seems to ruin
    Lime works well to give a bite to flavors that Champange and Lemon seems to ruin.
    Overall i found these flavors to work

    Cinnamon Red Hots