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Mona

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  1. Below is a link to a new report from the American Heart Assoc. What are they thinking???? http://rodutobaccotruth.blogspot.com/2010/09/american-heart-association-has-no.html
  2. Chris; Thank you for the information! I will look into cartomizers now.
  3. Wow, I guess I thought the nicotine was diluted enough from the other ingredients there wasn't a chance of poisoning. When I fill my carts, there are sometimes drops around the edge that I wipe off, or sometimes the juice will leak out in my mouth. I need to be more careful!!
  4. Facts everyone should know about e-juice: [ The nicotine "strength" is measured in mg/ml (not per bottle) ][ The LD50 (lethal dose) of nicotine is around 40mg ][ There are about 20 drops in a ml ][ Thus, directly absorbed into the skin, the following can be lethal: 133 drops at 6mg strength, 44 drops at 18mg strength, 33 drops at 24mg strength, 22 drops at 36mg strength, 16 drops at 48mg strength ][ Far less (~10% of that) can give you severe overdose symptoms (high blood pressure, anxiety, etc.) ][ Please be responsible with your e-juice, especially around kids and pets; wipe it up and off yo
  5. I smoked and vaped for 2 weeks before I went to only vaping. I did keep a pack in my car "just in case". After three weeks I threw those out and haven't looked back. I have had times I really wanted an analog, but I just vaped more and was fine. Good luck. I know you can do it.
  6. My husband still smokes. He just isn't ready to quit.
  7. I'm with Lily; I started with the Joye 510 and upgraded to the eGo. I love both. The eGo with a LRatty is great and battery life is wonderful. I haven't had any problems with either product. I may change, but I doubt it, I'm satisfied with the two I have. Love vaping!
  8. Below is the link and a copy of the article from the Wall Street Journal. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704557704575437710870116450.html ELMHURST, Ill.—Victoria Vasconcellos, the petite founder of an Internet retailer in this Chicago suburb, is in the thick of a regulatory battle that could affect millions of American cigarette smokers. Ms. Vasconcellos imports electronic cigarettes from a Chinese manufacturer and sells them on her website, Cignot.com, to 14,000 customers. The 48-year-old is part of a growing legion of e-cigarette purveyors who are defying the Food and
  9. I have an air purifier in my bedroom. When I use to smoke, as soon as I blew out smoke the purifier would come on. I vape in the bedroom all the time and the purifier never comes on. It would seem there are no gases for the purifier to detect. It's not scientific, but it is interesting. Mona
  10. The ego is the best. It lasts me at least 8 hours usually 12. It uses 510 attys, charges in 2 hours. You will love it. Mona
  11. I've been at this for 2 months, 1 month smoke free. I have 4 510s, 4 eGos, 4 eGo batteries, 8 atomizers, numerous carts and a bunch of flavors. I blame all of my spending on nana. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. Mona
  12. / Vapor Pro has them. The service is great and the price is reasonable.
  13. I would like to know what State law they used to ban (fine) the companies..... It appears it may have been because the companies stated it was "safer then cigarettes". If that is the case, the companies should remove all claims and advertise as an alternative to smoking. I think the companies didn't want to mess with a court case and just decided to back down. They (the companies) need to get together and start fighting.
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