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  1. Some Fundamental Truths I've Learned About Vaping (so far)

    by , 04-18-2013 at 06:29 PM

    Vaping is Vaping.

    It is not "smoking" it is not e-smoking. Vaping is it's own unique and honestly, wonderful thing... It should not be demeaned by being associated with the nastiness that is smoking.


    In the coarse of your vaping life... you will inevitably buy stuff you don't like, or will upgrade and be left with stuff you don't use... Having a backup or 2 is nice... but beyond that... where you can, Pay It Forward. ...

    Updated 05-31-2013 at 02:23 PM by ClippinWings

    Tags: truth
  2. Nemesis Matte edition - Voltage tests

    by , 04-18-2013 at 03:40 PM (Tenshi's Notes)
  3. Everybody Vapes Barbecue!

    by , 04-18-2013 at 12:22 AM
    I have been amusing myself for quite awhile trying to find enough of the right flavors of e-liquid to make a whole meal. I think I got pretty close this time. All items on the menu are juices sold mixed by a vendor, not DIY flavorings - that would be too easy.

    I had an idea of music to go with it too, but sadly, it seems Mumbo Gumbo is so obscure there's only videos clips of them playing live and not this song. Anyway, if you click on the link and scroll down to #17 you can hear a ...

    Updated 04-18-2013 at 12:25 AM by The Ocelot

  4. A little while ago my not smoking analogs turned into a Vape Hobby

    by , 04-17-2013 at 08:15 PM
    I knew that I would be doing a bit of experimenting so I decided to create a thread dedicated to my tinkering.


    Feel free to join in if you like.
  5. How do you keep track of Which Flavors are in each Tank if you have many?

    by , 04-17-2013 at 04:34 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by VapRLady View Post
    I have a ton of those blank self adhering return labels on sheets for the printer, (3'X1"), and since I do a lot of mixing in the tank, (12 eVods), I need to be able to keep track of what all is in any particular tank. I write the combination using abbreviations across the short end of the address label and then snip it off, 1/8"x1" and then peal and stick. This way I can change labels many times in a day and it's not too much work to do so.

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