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out of the office Jul 21, 2016

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    1. jimho
      out of the office
    2. LiveLongAndV'ape
    3. LiveLongAndV'ape
      Hey Jimho, maybe a silly question but have you checked out the Internet Archive for Dead shows? Nice site. Best wishes!
    4. Shad0w
    5. jimho
    6. jimho
      And the Description
      11/16" x 3/4" x 1/32" Tenite Butyrate Tubing
      Item #: 42124
      In Stock: Yes
      Sold By: Foot
      Manufacturer: Thermoplastic Processes
      Catalog Page Number: P-185
      Excelon CAB (Clear Butyrate Tubing) combines optical clarity and scuff and impact resistance with ease of
      fabrication. It can be easily cut, bonded with cement and printed and is UL rated. Excelon CAB is ideally
      suited for plastic packaging and tubing, especially for scientific products. The exceptional permanence and
      dimensional stability of Excelon CAB make it ideal for thin-walled applications where superior toughness,
      rigidity and durability are required. Because of its low water absorption characteristics, Excelon CAB exhibits
      minimal dimensional change in environments of varying humidity. Can withstand Gamma and gas
      sterilization. Working temperature -40°F to 180°F.
    7. ukeman
      wow... that jimho's key lime pie sounds wild... i like the end where you have a variation of either (?) tart or the other?

      thanks for recipe...
    8. ukeman
      thanks for the info on DIY, what are you favorite vape flavors?
    9. breaktru
      Hey Jim, thanks for all your helpful postings.
      I see that your from NY too. I'm in S.I. NY.
    10. jcamacho
    11. jcamacho
      160! You're a dam genius! I can't compete, gonna have to hire you!
    12. jcamacho
      Thanks for the spread sheet! I'm definitely going to have to study this one! What's your IQ by the way?
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    New York
    Too technical for me to explain
    I’ve been a member here for over 6 years. I can no longer follow all the threads I've been on or the ones I’m interested in... especially some of the more active ones.

    If you have a question about one of my posts (most of which are now old) or just want to say hi, feel free to PM me -

    vaping, electronics, computers, guitar, skiing, cars


    Vaping since 12/29/09- Last cigarette 6/7/10 - at $10+ a pack per day, you do the math
    Devices in Use: SDNA75, SX MINI ML & M; all with drippers. Shelved: several Provaris (P1,P2,P3), DNA 30, Early tube mods, Phidius', Evo's etc

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