That's my ugly mug. Mark Linehan. I am a writer of poetry, stories and song lyrics. I strum a little rhythm guitar so I can sing my songs. I enjoy singing, but I hold no illusions. The most I've ever done was some karaoke hosting a while back and recoprded some songs in my friends recording studio for my own benefit. Some of these might still be online at [URL="http://www.angelfire.com/musicals/linehan"]LINEHAN[/URL] if you have any interest in hearing
Tonight, for the first time, I let both of my batteries die at the same time. I thought my PCC was charging up the batteries as I swapped them out, but apparently the PCC had lost its charge. Now I am vape-less while they both charge up.
This evening, before both my batteries died at the same time, I was trying out my chocolate mint juice again. I have a 30ml bottle from VaporRenu that's 100% VG, and a 30ml bottle from VaporBomb that's 50/50, I think. The VG is very mellow, with
Cartridge and filler mods I tried out this weekend:
1. Blue foam (filler replacement - works okay, a little leaky)
2. AquaClear filler replacement (flooded my atomizer)
3. Blue Foam Dart (fussy, but worked pretty well)
4. Highping's Simple Cart Mod (a winner)
I don't think I want to be messing around constantly with mods and replacements and cutting up straws and bits of foam all the time, so the goal this weekend was to try a few of these out and figure
I've been thinking lately that I want to keep track of my progress as I get used to my e-cigarette (Joye 510). I have a blog at my own website, but I've got other stuff I'm keeping track of over there, so I thought starting a blog here on ECF would be a good way to go. Amongst like-minded folks, as it were.
This first entry is going to be kind of a catch-up, a "my experience so far" kind of entry. I've been at this for about a month (even though I bought my 510 back in July),
I received my DIY kit Monday. In 48 hours, I have learned a lot about what to doand not to do when making my own flavors. Here are some of my more interesting observations:
1) Wear gloves while getting comfortable with the mixing routine.
2) Just because the flavors are tasty does not mean they are tasty in ultra-concentrated form. Your tongue will not thank you.
3) 20% of most PA flavors is approximately 4-15% too much.
4) Do not try mixing