It is disingenuous to argue that this is the standard form factor of vape pen.Which of those things do you think these, "vape pens" look like?
Protip: Your mockery of vaping would be a whole lot more effective if it didn't make you look Blackfoot-level retarded.
No, it's accurate. The "vape pens" you put on show are shit circa 2013. You wouldn't know that, though, because you're not a vaper. More broadly speaking: Not being a vaper, you don't know your ass from a mudhole on this subject.It is disingenuous to argue that this is the standard form factor of vape pen.
"The internet" already knows that the majority of vapers don't use "vape pens." And knows that "vape pens" aren't the size and shape of studio microphones. This is a subject you clearly know fuck-all about.Uh-huh. Sure. OK. I'll tell The Internet that it is wrong and that vape pens don't look like this. I'll also make it a point to tell basically every vaper that I see with a pen like these that they don't know what they're doing and that they're doing it all wrong. Thanks for clearing that up.
You wouldn't have to make shit up if the truth made you look good. In this case, the truth is, you made yourself look like a drooling retard.Geez, you cry more than a butthurt liberal. Have less of a sense of humor too. Look, I'm sorry I made you cry. We'll just forget about it and I'll remember in the future that you're awfully fragile and thin-skinned.
Um, do you really believe that Volpone doesn’t know the difference between those devices? That makes hm either wildly retarded or you incredibly naive/gullible.This thread is useful, though. Volpone has made an object lesson of himself.
Any grown man who can't tell the difference between this:
Should not be permitted to live on his own, operate a motor vehicle, or engage in any other tasks which require sound visual acuity or mental competence. He should be under third party supervision at all times. For his own safety.
The harm in smoking stems from two causes: First is combustion byproducts -- carbon monoxide, tar, etc. You don't get that with vapor. Second is the additives used by tobacco companies, most of which pump up the level of compounds called tobacco-specific nitrosamines (TSNAs) in order to make cigarettes and chew more addictive by amplifying the rapidity of nicotine uptake along with the perceived stimulant effect. Vapor doesn't contain the combustion byproducts or TSNAs of either cigarettes or chew. Neither does nasal snuff.OK. This thread was supposed to be good, wholesome, harmless fun--like making hoboes fight over a ham sandwich. But since that doesn't seem to be going anywhere, I'll actually ask a serious question:
Back in the early 2000s, "hookah bars" were all the rage. There's still some around now, but back then they were huge. And the argument made was, because of the water pipe, all the harmful tar and stuff was filtered out of the smoke so you only got the enjoyable effects of tobacco. Of course as it turned out from the science, the water pipe just cooled the smoke down so you lungs were able to more efficiently absorb all the harmful tar and cancer and stuff. So I had to stop going to hookah bars.
Does that relate in any way to vaping or smokeless tobacco? I don't think you get the tar in either because you aren't burning anything, but given that chewing tobacco is known to give people mouth cancer, it seems like you aren't reducing your health risks that much. (I mean, any amount is better than nothing, but just trying to understand.)
No. The nicotine in those, by the way, is sourced the same way the nicotine in e-liquid for vaping is. Don't expect to hear any of the "health experts" squealing about vaping say a word about patches or gum, though, because the pharmaceutical companies that bankroll those "experts" only want the competition off the market. The anti-vaping campaign never was, and is not now, about anybody's health.Meanwhile you have nicotine patches and nicotine gum. Have there been any cancer links to them? (Yes, I can google all this. Just trying to make a conversation.)