Ok actually, it was a pretty lousy day for a drive. The entire east coast has been getting hammered by heavy wind and rain since, well for me at least, midmorning yesterday.
But I wasn't going to let that stop me from my appointed rounds. Today was the grand opening of the Good Prophets brick and mortar store. And I have to say Rob has himself a nice shop going. I was greeted with a friendly hello from Rob himself (it mighta helped that we've met before I don't know) and sample
[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=3]It has been a long time since I have even made a post. I have sadly had very little time to poke around on the internet. So sorry to anyone who missed me.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=3]My vaping habits have changed a bit. I am now a hard core dripper. I don’t even use carts anymore… At all. It is just lips to atomizer. The VP1 is still going strong. I killed one battery by running it over with a very large car. I seem to be using a 510 atomizer most
Hi, I'm LM. As in Leilah's Mom, Leilah being the most awesome dog on the planet. I probably averaged two packs a day for a long time now. I started as an idiot teenager, back in 1976. Of course. I'm a big wheezy old lady now.
I have learned from publishing my dog info website that if you put it out there, someone might get something out of it. Plus sometimes I just can't shut up. I'm sure this will be very boring to everyone except maybe a fellow newbie.
[QUOTE=westamyx;2249225]Well, hello. I'm droping in out of "nowhere" without doing any catch up reading. Howdy Jack and all.
FSUSA=Freedom Smoke USA had a product called Vape Wizard that is supposed to do magic things to juices. They also have Magic Mask. I have both but have only used the Magic Mask. It does do some wonders but on any juice that has a perfume hint I find that nothing helps.
Please go read about them at the FSUSA site to get a better description
It turns out that when you're a new vaper, you find yourself hunting for the perfect juice.
For me, I found the perfect juice, but the juice didn't like me very much.
Damn you, Johnson Creek Apple Cider. I could have stockpiled you, horded dozens of little pretty glass bottles to get me through the long seasons (although I live in a place that has two seasons: winter, and the Fourth of July, but I digress). I introduced you to coworkers, and they rejoiced.