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Scrolling through my Facebook Newsfeed this morning, an article my friend Keyzy
posted caught my eye (“The 9 Laws Of E-Cigarettiquette: A Handy Guide For E-Cigarette Smokers”
). “Ooh great”, I thought “now here’s something that looks useful.” And then I notice, even better it’s from The Business Insider – a credible source. When I click on the link I see some fun black and white sketches. This looks pretty cool. I can’t wait to see what useful tips this article will offer.
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Recently, many of you may have seen a new story out of Atlanta, GA, about a woman who was the unfortunate victim of an e-cigarette explosion. Luckily, she was not harmed and the only damage to her home was cosmetic. I read this story and I started to think, is the e-cigarette really to blame, or is negligence at hand? Don’t get me wrong, no one should feel like their life is in danger from vaping, but I’m sure we’re missing parts of this story.
This is a guest blog post by VaporVamp
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As the negative effects of smoking have become widely known, smokers have become more and more stigmatized and marginalized. With secondhand smoke being a real danger, smokers are forced outside or away from other people to smoke. Some non-smoking people take this a step further and seem to actively despise smokers for their habit, not even considering that for most, it is an addiction formed early in life (as teens or, for some, even younger) when they may not have had the best of judgment. Smoking is looked down upon as risky, dirty, selfish behavior, whether those labels are warranted or not.
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I’m back in the swing of things vapers, and it feels damn good to be writing again. Last weekend, I had a buddy of mine come back home from Wisconsin (he left Chicago after college for a job… but I’ll bust his chops for that another day) and we were catching up on things. I told him about this festival going on in town and how we should stop by and grab a few drinks, because that’s what you do when an old friend comes to town: you drink. Continue reading
This is a guest blog post by Kevin Cass.
When I started vaping, my goal was to find something so similar to cigarettes that my habit would transfer easily from analogs to e-cigs. I wanted a cigarette that wasn’t a cigarette. So my first e-cigs were the same size and shape as analogs and even lit up at the end when I inhaled.
I had no idea what an electronic cigarette or e-cigar was until recently. I was as skeptical as the next guy. What intrigued me was how a company could replicate the experience of a cigar other than smoking the real thing. Our owner, Steve Milin, assured me it would be great, and it’s as close to the real thing with some positive exceptions. My clothes don’t stink, my car doesn’t stink, and best of all, I don’t have to pick a “battle” with my bride to smoke in the house when the weather sucks.
I’m excited to announce that Vapor4Life will start doing podcasts! A few times each week you’ll be able to listen in as we give ecig and vaping news and info.
Now that we’re doing podcasts, we need a name! So help us out and give us some suggestions. We’ll pick one in about a week. The winner will receive a Vapor Zeus Starter Kit! So what are you waiting for? Get thinking and post your ideas in the comment section below. Thanks and good luck!
UPDATE: Thanks for all the awesome suggestions guys! We decided on the name “Let’s Clear the Air” from Alex Krohn. Woo hoo!
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I was lucky enough to get tickets to the Chicago Cubs game this week and as a die-hard fan, I was beyond excited. I went with a buddy from work and what could be better? We got to Wrigley Field, sat back and enjoyed the nice 70 degree weather as the sun went down. After ordering our first round of beers, we kicked back and watched as the game got started. Feeling so relaxed, I decided to pull out my vape. Now, I don’t know about you, but baseball, booze, and my vape is the best way to relax after work.
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So, I’ve been working for Vapor4Life for a little over two years now, and I’ve come a very long way from when I started. A few days ago, I was thinking about my journey and how much I owe my life to Vapor4Life. For those of you who don’t know my story, I’ll give you a little insight.