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I just picked one up yesterday (couldn't find my Pico and I needed a backup). It's tiny 1500mah 25W hybrid for $20. This shit has gotten too easy.






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Vape Talk / Old school - using up mj's cartos
« on: November 06, 2015, 04:04:33 PM »
Here's one Dopey would be proud of, mj.

Dremeled OCD mini 3.0 ohm carto (no clue where he found them) and a mini OCD carto tank.  Fucking cute as shit on the Tibs!


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Discuss what I could have read that might have changed my mind if I had read it.  Does vaporification wavelength even need to be measured? 

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Vape Talk / Vapers are idiots
« on: April 23, 2015, 10:41:00 AM »
For some stupidass reason I'm a member of a couple of "vaping" related groups on Facebook.  They are huge groups with thousands of members and I'm unable to read a single word of what's posted in any of them.  Usually someone posts a clickbait link to an article or study about either how good or how bad vaping is for you and it gets like a hundred comments.  I just skimmed through one.  It went something like this:

SmartGuy: well this study is flawed because of the voltage used and they should have taken the... (Insert a bunch of Ohm's Law BS that we beat into the ground years ago)
Trailerlady: all I no is when my cusin sent me the link I got so skeered I choked on my lanyerd again
ConspiracyGuy: see who paid for the study? They're out to get us.  Big pharma/tobacco blah blah blah.
*Insert four other stereotypes that spew the same boring shit over and over*

I just don't think I can deal with these people anymore.  I certainly don't want to be lumped in with them.  This is why I can't go to any of the local B&Ms anymore.  It's just depressing as fuck. 

Syrup smokin' motherfuckers. 


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Vape Talk / Here, fishy fishy fishy...
« on: April 20, 2015, 10:34:33 AM »
I fucking hate click bait.

Headline:
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Raids New York Vape Shop

Link

What actually happened:
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A Plus Vapes and Deals yellow pages.com official business listing states they are “A vape shop that specializes in all types of vapor products. We also carry many types and styles of cell phones. We carry jewelry and DVDs as well.”

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They were raided for allegedly selling “fake products” to customers.

These fagets were selling fake DVDs and jewelry...  So stupid.

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I just heard a piece on Here and Now about a new anti-smoking campaign where they were interviewing some dude from the CDC.  One of the ads mentions a chick that took up vaping but she still smoked a few ciggies, so vaping has to be bad for you.  The Here and Now host kept grilling the CDC dude asking him whether or not he thought vaping was bad and he kept side stepping the question.  She asked him why they didn't have an anti-vaping ad instead of a vaping+ciggie ad.  He was like... "take Chantix, y'all".  The host told him that every time someone from the CDC or the American Lung Assoc or wherever come on and starts talking about the dangers of vaping and how awesome Chantix etc is, the neckbeards come out of the fucking woodwork and start bombarding NPR with email/comments about how bogus that shit is.

It's funny to me how much money the Chantix/Nic patch pharma companies give to the CDC and ALA just to get them to promote their shit.  Follow the money, y'all.


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DIY Juicin / Breakin' tha law! Breakin' tha law!
« on: January 22, 2015, 10:14:32 AM »
This just came to my attention this morning.  It looks to be an "anti-DIY" bill.  Keep an eye out for these laws hitting the books in your area. 

Bye bye, mom and pop juice makers.  Big tobacco is movin' in.

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Mississippi

2015 MS S.B. 2587 (NS), VERSION: Introduced
January 19, 2015 | 2015 Mississippi Senate Bill No. 2587, Mississippi One Hundred Thirtieth Legislative Session
Kirby
TITLE: Vapor product and e-liquid safety regulations; require permits issued by State Department of Health.
SUMMARY: AN ACT ENTITLED THE MISSISSIPPI VAPOR PRODUCT SAFETY ACT; TO PROVIDE DEFINITIONS; TO PROVIDE THAT NO PERSON SHALL OPERATE AN E-LIQUID MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT IN MISSISSIPPI WITHOUT A PERMIT ISSUED BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH; TO PROVIDE THAT NO PERSON SHALL SELL OR OFFER E-LIQUID TO CONSUMERS WITHOUT A PERMIT ISSUED BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH; TO REQUIRE E-LIQUID MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT PLAN REVIEW; TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT TO ESTABLISH AND COLLECT FEES FOR PERMITS; TO AUTHORIZE DISCIPLINARY ACTION AGAINST LICENSEES OR PERMITS; TO PROVIDE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES.

...of the Mississippi Department of Health or his or her designated representative. (d) "Vapor product" means any noncombustible product containing nicotine that employs a heating element, power source, electronic circuit or other electronic, chemical or mechanical means, regardless of shape or size, that can be used to produce vapor from nicotine in a solution or other form. " Vapor product" includes any electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, electronic pipe or similar product or device, including any vapor cartridge or other container of nicotine in a solution or other form that is intended to be used with or in an electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, electronic pipe or similar product or device. " Vapor product" does not include any product regulated as a drug or device by...

I wonder if this means you can't "offer" it to yourself. 

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The Noob Zone / Russian Noob Spam
« on: December 16, 2014, 11:13:17 AM »

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Vape Talk / Tibs 2 3D Printed DNA Box Mod by Bap
« on: October 21, 2014, 01:58:07 PM »
A few months ago one of my friends talked me into buying a DNA30 board and a 3D printed box mod in a co-op.  I couldn't scrounge up enough fucks to build the thing until recently.  I blame the new meds.  Anyway, I decided to give it a shot.  It was touch and go there for a bit, but once I figured out that all of the solder points needed to be flat as hell for everything to fit, it was good to go.  Here are some pics:


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Vape Talk / The Aspire Nautilus doesn't suck
« on: September 30, 2014, 08:43:44 AM »
I picked up one of these at the local B&M a couple of days ago:

http://www.kidneypuncher.com/aspire-nautilus/



I got the 5ml version and they swapped the head with the Bottom Vertical Coil (BVC) one.  There's a 2ml mini that uses the same heads.  It is pretty much plug and play.  The heads are proprietary and a huge pain in the dick to rebuild, so these tanks are pretty much for noobs and you lazy fagets that don't like getting your hands dirty.  Replacement heads are $3, so not bad.  Not sure how long they last since I'm still on my first one, but so far I'm impressed.  Glass tank, air flow control, 5ml capacity.  It's a solid device.

I'm using the 1.6 ohm head on my Provari right now and I would definitely recommend this setup to a noob.  This isn't a Gayfun killer because it requires disposable heads, but it's definitely a ProTank killer.  It's better in every way. 

This is what it takes to rebuild the coil, so it totally isn't worth the time and effort:


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Vape Talk / I saw a kid vaping yesterday...
« on: September 23, 2014, 12:55:28 PM »
He had some kind of chrome 18650 mod and couldn't have been more than 13 or 14 years old.  Obviously he had stolen it from a family member and wasn't even inhaling.  He was just making big obnoxious clouds and blowing them at his little friends.  It was quite possibly one of the saddest, most retarded things I've ever seen. 

I'm pretty sure I looked exactly like James Dean when I was smoking at 13.    This kid looked like a complete faget.  I'm thinking that's probably a good thing. 

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I just coughed like three times. 

Catfuck.

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Vape Talk / Kayfun Mod for VG Juice
« on: May 23, 2014, 09:05:30 AM »
So I got a couple of these m-tanks that replace the three tank pieces on a Kayfun with one large tube of clear plastic.  I've been watching the bubbles as it feeds through its venturi/suction system and realized that wick hasn't been my problem.  I use almost 100% VG juice and I wasn't getting very many bubbles with the default setup. 

I'd been using a solid SS setup for the past few months and I was blaming the dry hits on wick configuration.  I was wrong.  The channels below the chimney weren't allowing enough juice flow to keep up with my chain vaping.  I could do a carb pull and get some bubbles, but doing those fucks up the equilibrium in the chamber and can cause flooding as it regulates itself.

I reamed my channels a couple of weeks ago thinking that would help get juice to the wick and it did help a little, but it still wasn't keeping up.  I decided this morning to modify one of my chimneys a little to see if it would help juice flow and I'm getting good results so far.

I screwed the chimney down on the base and marked the channels with a sharpie.  While holding the chimney with some needle nose, I used my Dremel's small drill bit and notched where the sharpie marks were.  Put it all back together and they lined up.  There are so many threads on both sides of the chimney I doubt you could fuck one up.  If you notched too much just flip it around and it should still get a good seal with the top part of the chimney.

Anyway, now I'm getting small bubbles on both channels with just a normal draw.  No carb pulls.  Still testing to make sure it doesn't flood, but so far so good. 

If you use thick VG juice like I do and you haven't been getting good performance out of your Kayfun, give this a try.  It seems to be working well.

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Vape Talk / Graphene - The future of e-cigs?
« on: April 15, 2014, 12:23:35 AM »
This shit is magic.

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I just want to say one word to you. Just one word.

No, fans of “The Graduate,” the word isn’t “plastics.”

It’s “graphene.”

Graphene is the strongest, thinnest material known to exist. A form of carbon, it can conduct electricity and heat better than anything else. And get ready for this: It is not only the hardest material in the world, but also one of the most pliable.

Only a single atom thick, it has been called the wonder material.

Graphene could change the electronics industry, ushering in flexible devices, supercharged quantum computers, electronic clothing and computers that can interface with the cells in your body.

While the material was discovered a decade ago, it started to gain attention in 2010 when two physicists at the University of Manchester were awarded the Nobel Prize for their experiments with it. More recently, researchers have zeroed in on how to commercially produce graphene.

The American Chemical Society said in 2012 that graphene was discovered to be 200 times stronger than steel and so thin that a single ounce of it could cover 28 football fields. Chinese scientists have created a graphene aerogel, an ultralight material derived from a gel, that is one-seventh the weight of air. A cubic inch of the material could balance on one blade of grass.

“Graphene is one of the few materials in the world that is transparent, conductive and flexible — all at the same time,” said Dr. Aravind Vijayaraghavan, a lecturer at the University of Manchester. “All of these properties together are extremely rare to find in one material.”

So what do you do with graphene? Physicists and researchers say that we will soon be able to make electronics that are thinner, faster and cheaper than anything based on silicon, with the option of making them clear and flexible. Long-lasting batteries that can be submerged in water are another possibility.

In 2011, researchers at Northwestern University built a battery that incorporated graphene and silicon, which the university said could lead to a cellphone that “stayed charged for more than a week and recharged in just 15 minutes.” In 2012, the American Chemical Society said that advancements in graphene were leading to touch-screen electronics that “could make cellphones as thin as a piece of paper and foldable enough to slip into a pocket.”

Dr. Vijayaraghavan is building an array of sensors out of graphene — including gas sensors, biosensors and light sensors — that are far smaller than what has come before.

And last week, researchers at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, working with Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea, said that Samsung had figured out how to create high-quality graphene on silicon wafers, which could be used for the production of graphene transistors. Samsung said in a statement that these advancements meant it could start making “flexible displays, wearables and other next-generation electronic devices.”

Sebastian Anthony, a reporter at Extreme Tech, said that Samsung’s breakthrough could end up being the “holy grail of commercial graphene production.”

Samsung is not the only company working to develop graphene. Researchers at IBM, Nokia and SanDisk have been experimenting with the material to create sensors, transistors and memory storage.

When these electronics finally hit store shelves, they could look and feel like nothing we’ve ever seen.

James Hone, a professor of mechanical engineering at Columbia University, said research in his lab led to the discovery that graphene could stretch by 20 percent while still remaining able to conduct electricity. “You know what else you can stretch by 20 percent? Rubber,” he said. “In comparison, silicon, which is in today’s electronics, can only stretch by 1 percent before it cracks.”

He continued: “That’s just one of the crazy things about this material — there’s really nothing else quite like it.”

The real kicker? Graphene is inexpensive.

If you think of something in today’s electronics industry, it can most likely be made better, smaller and cheaper with graphene.

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley made graphene speakers last year that delivered sound at quality equal to or better than a pair of commercial Sennheiser earphones. And they were much smaller.

Another fascinating aspect of graphene is its ability to be submerged in liquids without oxidizing, unlike other conductive materials.

As a result, Dr. Vijayaraghavan said, graphene research is leading to experiments where electronics can integrate with biological systems. In other words, you could have a graphene gadget implanted in you that could read your nervous system or talk to your cells.

Looks like Dope's dream of a tiny ecig that hits like a truck isn't too far off once this stuff is available.

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Reviews / This Curve. It's a bad bitch...
« on: March 29, 2014, 04:04:08 PM »
My new favorite reviewer.  Watch him hit that shit at 2:16:

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