Taxes are the obvious scapegoat, but its the SERIOUS THREAT that government is afraid of disclosing publicly.
The fact that you can dissolve controlled substances into PG and have it be completely undetectable by also concealing it with strong flavorings.
Now just image how BAD that would be for the DEA, hmm?
Hope that's not too "iffy" for a moderator??
I'm not being specific....
Last edited by Shekinahsgroom; 08-20-2011 at 05:47 PM.
Viagra ejuice???? LOL
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Last edited by Splinter; 08-20-2011 at 11:08 PM.
Nicotine is actually a VERY powerful poison, more so than things like arsenic. But I'm not gonna go into any details about its actual dangers cuz I wouldn't want somebody to "try" what I'm implying.
Plus the other obvious concerns with children....no need to explain there, either.
But there are also proven benefits to vaping as well as analog replacement.
PG is actually an alcohol so it kills harmful germs, even when vaporized.
Hospitals use vaporized PG to disinfect the air-systems to kill air-borne viruses and the like....
Has anybody noticed a significant reduction of your average yearly colds or flu symptoms?
You should if you vape straight PG mixes without any VG in it.
Those in control, however, don't want people to know the "hidden truths", some for VERY good reasons and others for political & social reasons.
But if YOU had secret knowledge that you knew could destroy people's lives and endanger the entire country from an already BAD epidemic of controlled substance abuse.....
What would you do?
Would you disclose everything and hope that drug lords don't take over America?
Or would you prevent it by keeping it secret and make every attempt to ban vaporizing liquid nicotine?
I vape in walmart, home depot, restaurants, etc, and nobody has asked me not to do it. But if the employees at a store ask me to stop, I'm going to stop. If it's a low level employee, I may ask to talk to a manager to see if I can get a different ruling.
I'm not assuming that I can't vape when I haven't been told that and there is no sign. The law here doesn't stop me from vaping. But it is not my property. They own the store. If they tell me I can't do it, then I'll stop.
I think that's much more reasonable than a "I have rights! The constitution says I can vape!" attitude.
I don't know man.. some people just don't understand what we are doing. Just do out side