From: in2dadark on
On Oct 26, 3:20 pm, Hachiroku ハチロク <Tru...(a)e86.GTS> wrote:
> in2dadark wrote:
> > On Oct 25, 11:31 pm, Hachiroku ハチロク <Tru...(a)e86.GTS> wrote:
> >> On Sun, 25 Oct 2009 19:30:09 -0700, 01 Camry wrote:
> >>> On Oct 24, 3:25 pm, Hachiroku ハチロク <Tru...(a)e86.GTS> wrote:
> >>>> Hachiroku ハチロク wrote:
> >>>>> 24 hours without a ciggy!
> >>>> Really?! tell us how you did it!
> >>> At least you're still sane and not posting replys to yourself or anything.
> >>> :0)
> >>> Good luck. I'm a cigar chomper now instead of a smoker. A lot cheaper.
> >>> When I get the urge and light up it makes me sick as well.
> >>> To go with what scott said, it killed my dad > Pall malls..Nicotine isn't
> >>> really a bad drug, relatively speaking. It's the delivery system you
> >>> choose that can be bad.
> >> That's why I got away from smoke. and went to steam...- Hide quoted text -
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> > Careful with that.. Did you see this..
>
> >http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2009-10-25-ecigarettes_N.htm
>
> "The battery-powered device is made up of a cartridge containing
> nicotine, flavoring and chemicals. It turns nicotine, which is
> addictive, into a vapor that is inhaled. Users say they're "vaping," not
> smoking."
>
> Full Flavor 24Mg, Light/Ultralight 18Mg, and Zero nicotine content
> liquid's. All Strengths and flavours available in 10ML bottles.
>
> Yup! ZERO nicotine. You don't need nicotine to vape!
>
> "The Food and Drug Administration, which regulates tobacco and nicotine
> replacement devices, says the e-cigarettes it tested had carcinogens."
>
> So far, they have found, uh...ONE. Compared to HOW MANY in tobacco?
>
> * New Jersey state Assemblywoman Connie Wagner, a Democrat, plans a bill
> to subject e-cigarettes to the same restrictions as cigarettes.
>
> Not a problem!
>
> One Congressman proposed a Federal ban on e-cigs. Gee, I wonder what
> state he have been from?!?!
>
> It got nixed before it hit the floor...
>
> I understand it is a new thing and not fully known, but it's not
> tobacco, and I am careful where I buy my stuff. I found a maker in VT
> that uses food-grade everything and lists their ingredients on the web
> site. They're nice folks, too.
>
> I went into this a little quickly and without a lot of research, but in
> the last week I have learned a LOT!
>
> One thing...I feel better. I breath better. My clothes don't smell. I
> don't wake up in the morning with a plugged nose or having to cough and
> hack...and it's only been 5 days! (3...I broke my first unit after 3
> days, and smoked about 8 cigs in 24 hours...)
>
> I'm hoping they keep their mitts off it...I'm planning a business venture...- Hide quoted text -
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I just can't imagine. It must be like coming out of a cloud. How long
did you smoke? decades? Too bad we can't get mom to quit too..
From: Hachiroku on
On Mon, 26 Oct 2009 17:22:13 -0700, in2dadark wrote:

>> I'm hoping they keep their mitts off it...I'm planning a business
>> venture...- Hide quoted text -
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> I just can't imagine. It must be like coming out of a cloud. How long did
> you smoke? decades? Too bad we can't get mom to quit too..

Since I was 15. You know how old I am now... :p
Now, are you talking MY mom, or YOUR mom?
She quit about 40 years ago.