So real question here guys: What do you call your REO when someone asks what it is?? I get asked CONSTANTLY (mainly because I vape everywhere ) and I feel really weird saying that its an "e-cig" because it looks nothing like an analog, and outperforms ANY conventional ecig, but nobody seems to know what a "Personal Vaporizor" is (I just get a deer in headlights stare).
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Well I have to say thanks Rob for starting this thread. It was needed to help keep some people from doing something they might regret later. I also want to thank the people who are modding this device. You people are coming up with the ideas that will keep the Reo at the top of the food chain. Changing the Mod for the better for some is quite a good thing. I might get a fuse type modification just to try going at a lower sub ohm vape plus the added benefits of longer battery life and better connection with lower resistance. Safety is important and when the Mod Master makes one to his approval I'll know it is safe and will try it. I just don't have the desire to modify my Reo. Actually it's more about being lazy and not wanting to bother doing it my self. I can always do a prebuilt and exchange parts.
If i just say e-cig, then it's cool and they want a check under the hood and test drive.Theni can explain REos mods.
If i say personal vaporizer, they think "my wife has one of those in her nightstand and why do you have one in public", LOL
I'm all for the safety to cover his ... to, and at the end of the day you can make or break whatever you own and pay to fix it. So I do enjoy reading tons on here, it peaks my interest and I learn something outside of my specialty. It's win-win.
I also vape everywhere, my idea of stealth vape is to draw on my reo, drop it in my pocket and blow clouds at the check out line and pretend not to notice the cloud that came from no where while everyone else is like wtfek was that!
oh .. . . . nuppin'
Well cowbow, glad you redeemed yourself and showed you have a practical side.
They weren't newbies on an internet forum, skipping around doing light reading, taking uneducated risks and modifying OEM equipment with no knowledge or training.
If I saw somebody about to step out into the path of a mack truck I would surely grab them by the collar and pull them out of the road. That may make me one of those nannys you don't cotton to, I dunno.
(The problem is that people doing dumb stuff puts others at risk. One of my friends DID pull somebody out of the road.....but the truck ended up hitting HIM in the process instead.....and now he is dead. )
As for the dude crossing the road, let mother nature weed out the week and dumb, the guy you saved might be the dummy that hits you head on in a drunken crash next week coming home from work, as a matter of fact I would be tempted to give him a push.
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