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  1. York Peppermint Patty

    by , 07-22-2014 at 04:07 AM
    All TFA ingrediants
    York Peppermint Patty
    Peppermint 10%
    Double Chocolate 5 %
    Coconut 2 %
    Sweet cream 3 %
    Koolada 1 %
  2. Pina Koolada from MadTown Vapor

    by , 07-21-2014 at 02:27 AM
    Pina Koolada from MadTown Vapor

    lots of plume a bit of a throat hit
    this is the first i've had koolada and can I say trying to vape it in my dripper about knocked me on my
    trying to hotbox it while at work had vape coming out my nose, mouth and if it could have out of my eyes and ears
    I know I said a bit of a throat hit, because it is a smooth vape but the koolada gives a nice kick
    flavor is spot on of that of a pina colada and ...
  3. Micro-comment #8 for FDA Deeming - re: appropriate regulation

    by , 07-20-2014 at 07:28 AM
    Docket ID: FDA-2014-N-0189; RIN: 0910-AG38

    Electronic cigarettes are not tobacco products and should not be treated as such. Deeming them as tobacco is a grave error with deadly consequences for more than 40 million American smokers who will be denied access to an alternative that is more than 1,000 times safer than combustible tobacco.

    The proposed deeming regulations would remove more than 99% of electronic cigarette (ecig) products from the market and deliver the entire ...
  4. Summer Sweet from MadTown Vapor

    by , 07-20-2014 at 03:43 AM
    Summer Sweet from MadTown Vapor

    Nice full plume with a medium throat hit
    Creamy, Sweet and tart fruity vape
    This is kind of a required taste
    I like it but then I've always liked dragon fruit
    For those that have never had it before...
    Dragon fruit...think:tart strawberry mixed with pomegranate with a hint of cranberry.
  5. Titanium wire coils?

    by , 07-20-2014 at 02:54 AM
    The subject of possibly making coils out of titanium wire came up recently in pdib's big thread starting roughly here. pdib himself found some 24 gauge for sale on eBay and asked the seller what the resistance was. He was told it as a bit over 5 ohms per foot, which would have been great, but turned out to be quite wrong; it was under 1 ohm per foot; i.e. too low to be useable. That empirical observation was later confirmed by a chart. Still, I was intrigued enough by the concept to ...

    Updated 07-20-2014 at 02:22 PM by Rossum (Added Update)