Hi everyone. Via, here's the link regarding using a computer's USB: http://www.vapor4life.com/forum/t431/#post10183
Originally Posted by Via
Here is a short post where Morandir835 states that leaving the XL's on the Slim Charger overnight is acceptable:
I can't find any test information showing overnight charging of batteries. Perhaps Morandir can let us know where that test information is located, then I will be able to link it for next time.
After work will get that posted Ms. LS9. :)
Welcome to AvalancheGB sir, NuLungs (sir or Ms.?), and this Amos character. :)
Glad to have you back Amos sir and Ms. Sarah, you were missed. :)
A blanket welcome to everyone new :) I'm not so great as the welcoming committee, sorry for that. You have come to the right place for questions, answers and making new friends. Enjoy :vapor:
All the time. But I have one benefit, all such negotiations are done long before a work gets to me. :D
Originally Posted by Via
Plus being the senior, I don't get tasked for just anything!
And it is funny when the questioner's eyes glaze over at the cost figures. (Example: A hand span, 6", of period correct sinew for that work is over $200.)
As for that being a real 1653, I doubt it. Let me rephrase that, I would be much surprised, as there are many reprints., and a layperson would not be able to tell the difference. I suggest you notify your local (normally county) historical association. They will have the contacts to get you the real date of that work. And they will have the contacts for any such restorations. Save you some ducats. (And most likely, the "restoration technician" will be one of us, most likely taught here!)
Thank you for the rewelcome.
Originally Posted by MysticOne
My issues are not nicotine, but mold/spore issues. My lungs are full. Occupational hazard.
As to seeing more medical vapers, you certainly will!
There are thousands out there already. What most people do not realize is that the medical 'donkey d*ck' plastic PVs have been with us for over a dozen years. The movement to the 8xx/9xx/510 PVs has been hampered with the lack of measurement ability with them. With tanks adventing this has changed. The floodgates are opening, so to speak.
And the flavorings have much improved.
How do you find a date on a Book of common prayer? I've never seen a date anywhere. I have one that was given to my great-grandmother. The inscription says:
Elizabeth A. Shirt by her friend Mary A. Bromerly on occasion leaving her native land for America 1884.
It is frail and I do not handle it much, as it is a treasure to me. The pages are gold and the clasp is broken, as is the binding. I fear others before me were not quite a careful as I.
Very Interesting Amos. I wonder how many medical uses there are for lung function and those for nicotine. I can see where the tanks would be much better for measurement standards. Thanks for the lesson.
I am so sorry to hear of your medical issue. There are so many occupational hazards out there we are still unaware of.
Glad to have you back on the forum again!
Hi Nulungs, welcome to the Forum!
And Nulungs, if you back up to Post #941, there's some important links that you might want to take a look at.
Let us know if you have any questions.
Welcome to NuLungs.... very interesting nic... I like it!
Welcome back to Amos and Sarah with their new login. We missed you!
Also wecome to AvalancheGB. another interesting nic that begs a story!
We are a "dancing" community that tends to go OT without much prompting. Hopefully this will not drive you crazy. If it doesn't, we have other things that will drive you crazy.... B B B Bird is the word!!!!!