ECF Refugee Thread All welcome though - The Sequel

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  1. chopdoc

    chopdoc VU Donator Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    Sadly most reporters are as clueless to weather as the arm chair viewer is. A meteorologist that gives your local weather is another matter. Most people dont know the difference between a gale and a squall which is ok, all they really need to know is if its going to be shitty or not. The shrimp boat Captain should be getting his weather from an official source and be able to understand the info provided to them.

    What got me yesterday was all morning with the storm moving 290 degrees they was calling it moving to the west and then when is still hast turned they started calling 290 WNW. Anything from 270 to 314 heading can be considered at WNW 315 is NW. It was like they was trying to save face because the storm just wouldnt turn. Thankfully it finally did turn.

    Anyone who wishes to learn some basic weather stuff, the FAA has some excellent resources that are free. All pilots from the casual weekend cloud chaser to the heavy iron driver must possess a basic understanding of weather so in order the pass the test the FAA provides the information which isnt hard to understand and learn. This is from the private pilot instruction book. https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/phak/media/14_phak_ch12.pdf
     
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  2. MyMagicMist

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    Useful too for broken sailors who like keeping abreast of what's going on, or heading inbound. We have a running joke here. Old fellow name of Whitt tells us, "well, there's always a fifty fifty chance of it raining." So, our idea about it raining then is to add what percentage the local meterologistsput out to 50%. Then we divide to get an average. Most often it does real well to let us know if we get 60% or more chance, it'll rain.

    On to another subject simply out of conversation's sake. I got a tri-axle dump truck load of oak firewood, I'm going pitifully slow at getting ricked in the shed. Piriformis syndrome is fun, as is possibly having an extra disc or two in the spine. My youngest brother needed surgery due in part to issues with the nerve root cluster. He still has troubles. They can no longer offer him surgery, only offer pain killers. He very much dislikes having to relyon oxycotin. He looks for alternate means to ease the pain, lots of stretching, lots of stand up, sit down, stand back up.

    Today, I'm slacking. Doing our laundry and also working on building some Clapton wire from a 28 g innner core and 30 g wrapper wire. I'm using a button, it is slow going too. :) :giggle: Some days, I wonder. *sighs & shakes head* But that's life for us all. We see all kinds of different lives we could live, ultimately we accept what comes on along. I don't mean we settle exactly, because contentment takes realizing there might be better. We take what comes and work toward the better. Apologies, quite an introspective day for me.

    I hope everyone can stay safe. Well, there might be one I hope falls in and gets lost but generally I like seeing folks be safe. Sorry mother nature is being a bitch, ripping everything away.
     
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  3. chopdoc

    chopdoc VU Donator Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    Here is a lil tidbit you might find interesting. I only learned this recently. When they say %50 chance of rain that does not actually mean you have a fifty percent chance of getting rain, it means that %50 of the forecast area covered will probably see rain.


    In the last year I made a couple coils for a Merlin but for the most part I been vaping on tanks that I can replace the coils in. The Tobecco super tanks I mainly use and usually I can get 3 months out of a coil. The unscrew the old coil and screw in a new one. I have become very lazy when it come to my vape stuff. I only mix when I have no choice and replace coils when I have no choice. :teehee: At times I feel like all the crap I been thru this last year plus has broken my spirit. There use to be no stop to me. If something needed doing, it was getting done. Now it gets done when I feel like it and a lot of times I just dont have it in me to do it. Life sucks :( But it is what it is. A buddy of mine told me last night "this is now your life and ya better get fuckin use to it" Sadly he is right.
     
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    MyMagicMist Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    You are still here. :) That needs to count. You still wake and at least make an attempt. Had a buddy explain that to me as well. Buds don't leave one another down. Remember you need to count all the good as well as the bad. Go through the alphabet list, breathe, a is for Alpine boots I wore one day to hike along the Appalachian trail. B is for the bubbly boy I met there. ;) C is for the clouds which held rain to make the carrots grow. D is for all my smart ass dogs. (No idea where they get it.) E is for the elphant I got to ride a short distance once at a circus, rather fun to do. F is the foolishness I got by with as a young boy having very dark humor, especially in relation to rescue squad. Start your own good list. :)
     
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  5. SteveS45

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    My good buddy Wayne used to always say when you wake up in the morning and open your eyes if you don't see flowers and candles you know it is OK to get out of bed,

    RIP Wayne!
     
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  6. The Cromwell

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    Yep know what you mean Chop.
    I am just trying to get things fixed up some around here before I become mostly laid up.
    The wheel chair ramp I built for the wife took a lot of pain pills and rest breaks.
    What I used to do all day not takes me all day to do 1/4 of what I used to do.
    And some things I just cannot do.
    Adjusting to going downhill sucks.
    Yes one will likely have some depressive bouts over it.
    Just have to hang in there and make it as good as you can. That is all we can do.
     
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  7. JuicyLucy

    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Definitely hang in there Doc - everyone has to find their own way after your life changes so drastically

    Find new ways to do what needs to be done, fine new interests that fit in with your new circumstances - look for inspiration wherever it may lie - it will be different for everybody

    The worst thing is saying: I can't be the way I was so fuck it and give up

    Yes, I speak from experience - for myself and those closest to me - as someone who has lived through numerous unasked for life changes and wish you only the best :cheers:
     
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  8. inspects

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    Things can ONLY get better, Doc. I hope you have better luck starting NOW......:wave:
     
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    Thanks for the kind words and inspiration yall.

    At times I just feel guilty, like I am milking this and need to get my lazy ass back to work and then something happens where I know there is no way I can go back to work. Last week had this happen. Before Rascal came to spend his week with me I wanted to mow the area that I put him on a long cable so he can do his business without me having to chase him down. I moved this water pipe that lays along the ground with my foot and it popped apart at a connection. Not a big deal. Walked around the house and grabbed a screwdriver, walked back to the front and undid the clamps on the pipe. Tried to put it back together and nope, not happening, too much pressure so had to take the water hose off the spigot, turn the valve on and then push the pipe together. Put the clamps back on and closed the spigot and the pipe was leaking so walked around the house again and grabbed a little wrench for the clamp. Back around the house, tightened it up, job is done. Problem is I am gasping for breath and the world is swimming around me. That was it, I was done for the day. In the past I had that joint come apart before and took care of it like an after thought and kept on doing what I was doing. Now its all I can do for the day. Im just too young for this shit.
     
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    I hear you, Doc....some folks don't live what you been through. Things can only get better, and I truly hope they do.
     
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    I recall my mom in her thirties and forties. She would get so frustrated and so sad. Asked her once why she was so upset. She told me that everything she used to do in minutes now took hours, went backwards. I always have gone about learning to do, and doing stuff the hard way. Here I am now and realize what it was she was talking about. This leaves me with a few investigative type of questions. I might explore this. See if I can uncover a cause/s for these effects. Stromium 90 perhaps?
     
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  12. JuicyLucy

    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Dude, you worked hard your whole life and paid into the system so that when you could no longer work the system is supposed to pay you back. It is rough when you have to stop earlier than you thought you would or wanted to, but you shouldn't feel one shred of guilt, period
     
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    @AndriaD hows Irma's visit going? Looks like yall just about out of it.
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Well, so far, so good, and I hope our good fortune continues thru the next 2.5 hrs till 7pm; after which, the worst of the Irma bitch will be past, though still rather unsettled in a slow decline, the storm is just so fucking immense. It's mind-boggling. We've had just a few momentary power glitches -- sufficient tio provoke screaming and cursing, but then back on, thank anything you care to name. We've had a few big ass limbs fall off our huge-ass maple tree at the foot of our driveway, and a couple have hit our purty white Silverado, and a quite a few smaller ones have hit our roof, but no damage to this point. FINGERS CROSSED!!!!!!!!!

    And my heart is out to everyone in the path of this fucking behemoth, it's not pretty at all -- kinda like Sandy to the power of 10, maybe. From what I can glean, it's not a 100 yr storm, but definitely at least a 50 yr storm.

    May the blessings be...

    Andria

    ETA: I should have qualified -- we've been experiencing 30mph winds with gusts to 60mph since around noon (about 4.5 hrs), and have gradually escalated to currently,. 33-34mph, gusts to 70mph -- and still 2.5 hrs to go of this most intense phase. The rain hasn't been a problem at all, but the wind is a BITCH!
     
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    Think we're starting to see the butt ends of Irma in my neck of the wood. Out to feed this morning and the sky coming out of the South appeared a blurred gray/grey/greh ( all three variants of gray for Americans, Brits, Canadians ). Felt some spatterings of rain as I came back up to the house.

    Needed to go to Charleston yesterday. Wife's mom got shipped there. Her enzymes were up and it indicated a possible heart attack. Well, it was not that, more of it in a bit. Everyone was also attending to a passing of wife's great uncle. Her mom was at the viewing, had not eaten all day. So, our local general hospital figured she was either having or had a heart attack, off to Charleston she went. Her mom has a pacemaker, had triple bypass and I think they even took a vien from her leg and swapped it into her heart area.

    Her dad gets depression, gets 'wound up' rather easily. Well, everything going on he told me in Charleston he was wound up. I kind of nipped him in the bud, give him something else to think on. "They had him in his dress greens, looked sharp." He acknowledged that, told of how one of 'Buck's' buddies had been told by Buck to bring his uniform to him, "I want you to put my ribbons on me." I grinned and asked her dad if I had to put his ribbons on him. He paused, looked outside, sighed, "I hope not any time soon."

    I think he then realized, there's a reason I'm his favorite son in law. :giggle: Seems I keep us all squared up, despite myself. "Yes sir, I am a rock. I will make it ashore by swimming like a rock, sir." :)
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Well, we came thru it more or less unscathed, which is really kind of surprising for an older neighborhood with gi-normous trees. Had the near-constant pattering of smaller bits of tree life on our roof, sounded like tap-dancing elephants, but didn't seem to damage anything. Haven't looked at the driver's side of the truck yet, it might be scratched from one particularly big limb that fell off that damned huge maple, but no structural damage. No flooding round here, but some of the lower-lying areas of metro ATL got a bit; Peachtree Creek *almost* broached its banks, but that's not at all uncommon in heavy rains. The back yard looks like someone got busy with a huge Salad Shooter; front yard, giant limbs and more salad-shooting. But we kept our power on, hurray! My son had to go into the city (Atlanta) this morning, and he said numerous intersections had non-functional stoplights, and apparently no one knows any longer how to navigate an interim 4-way-stop. :facepalm: Some roads were totally closed, due to downed trees and power lines. But compared to lots south of us, and everything south of GA, we got very lucky indeed.

    Andria
     
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    Storm here in KY?
    Just a bit of rain nothing unusual and not even much wind. Much milder than most thunderstorms in the summer here.
     
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    @AndriaD

    I think you might like the Digiflavor Siren RTA.
    If you don't your son will.


     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    I dunno, that's a mighty fat driptip. Does it take regular driptips?

    Andria
     
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    Is it butthole tight?
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Also -- that's a gennie-style, isn't it? I don't do mesh, ever. Doing my own coils is quite enough. Back when I started and I tried out those "510 atomizers" with the mesh in them, all I could taste was fucking hot metal. No thanks!!!

    Andria
     
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    From what I saw in Richards review it is pretty much butthole tight. to quite tight lung inhale and seems to vipe nicely thru the range.
     
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    Nope it is a regular type RDA watch V1ck's review.

    I have NO interest in the mesh attys either.

    You may not be interested but worth watching the review.
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    With this new (to me) Lemo I've been vaping on lately, I have the airflow dialed down to all-the-way closed. Still looser than the Achilles, but it's close enough to suit me. Still quite a nice vape!

    Andria
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Really? I really really REALLY hate video reviews... I mean I LOATHE them, they make me want to punch the screen and run screaming out of the room.

    Andria
     
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    I have a Lemo2 if you are interested.
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Yeah? How does the airflow compare to the original Lemo? My son might find it useful; apparently the "adjustable" 510 of the original Lemo makes it somehow unsuitable for TC, which is what he likes; can't seem to get a good vape using his standard 28ga 316L SS, using the Lemo. I had to peek over at ECF to learn this about the adjustable 510 and TC... but I didn't enjoy it. :D ;)

    Andria
     
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    I dunno how it compares to the Lemo 1. And have never tried TC in it. Upon examination it does have a floating 510 pin that Presses up on the main positive connection so it might be a bit iffy on TC. I just vaped regular wattage mode in it fine but it was just a bit too tight on the air for me.
    As I recall the only real difference was the top side fill port.
     
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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Lemo 2 was my very first RTA

    It came with a sub ohm TC coil installed, think it was nickel. Hated it out of the chute, lol

    Did try it again after getting a lot more RTA experience under my belt - wasn't bad, but I had much better by then
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    He'd definitely like the top-fill option. Some of the other goodies in the giant PIFed box of atomizers and parts were quite a few Kayfun v3 minis, which only hold 2ml,. but are top fill. I told him I thought he'd probably like those better than I would, I've heard their airflow is a bit too airy for good MtL. Of course I heard that about the Lemo too, which is why I never bought one, but with it closed all the way, it's reasonably tight; kinda like my modded Magmas, after I put 13ga needles in their airholes. ;)

    Andria
     
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    I will send one your way. Along with a couple of spare glass, Orings, screws.
    The standard kit.

    It looks like I have never used that one. It seems to have the factory build/wick in it.
    Drip tip is what it comes with, you will probably want to use a different one. Standard 510 fitting.

    If you really like it I have another one you can have.
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Cool, thanks bunches!!! He's having a good time trying out new atomizers. last night, on my advice when buying a new tank to go with his new Revenger, he ordered a Vandyvape Berserker (MtL RTA). I'm eager to try out that one too; it's the first new atomizer I've seen in quite a while, MADE FOR MtL vaping. :) Maybe the pendulum is starting to swing back. ;)

    Andria
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    He's been off cigarettes long enough now (a bit over 2 months) that he can vape a bit of higher-VG; he thinks probably not all the time, but he's got 3 flavors he vapes now; a couple he bought are 50/50, and 30/70, and he's got the 75/25 strawberry & cream I make for him. The bought ones are 6mg of course, but the strawberry is 5mg; if he starts feeling fidgety, he sticks with the 5mg. :D

    Andria
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    I was checking google about adjusting the airflow on the Lemo 2, and found a bit on eleafworld.com -- "3.Adjustable Airflow: The air-inlet hole on Lemo 2 is enlarged compare to the previous version. In this case, huger vapor could be enjoyed while the device will not be too hot. One can easily rotate the regulation cover to adjust the airflow, the more the slot is covered, the less the airflow is." So it sounds like it probably *would* be too airy for me, if it's more airy than the original Lemo, BUT, it might suit my son just fine, since he likes a slightly more open airflow than I do (as well as slightly more heat and vapor production). He would definitely enjoy the top filling!

    He's still a tootle puffer, but on the higher end, closer to "tootle womper" maybe. :D But the fact that I'm enjoying this original Lemo's vape so much gives me hope that I can enjoy something other than my blasted Achilles RDAs -- since I've only got 2 of them and they aren't made anymore, it's been a huge concern for me, for some time. I do plan to try out his new Vandyvape Berserker when it gets here, and possibly ordering one for myself. That's a 24mm atomizer though, so I'm a bit concerned about it looking funny on my smallish single-battery mods.

    Andria
     
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    :coffee2: :coffee: :coffee:

    Her mom got to come home last night. Not sure what the final prognostication ended up being, guess it weren't as bad as the doctors had anticipated it being. I was in Parkersburg yesterday, saw the new endocrynologist. Everything looks alright as far as can look alright. Noted my weight, I need to get off my butt more and get more active. I am getting too close to 300 lbs /137 kgs /21.43 stones.

    Well, get some :coffee: & medicines in this body along with some :cloud:. Reckon I'll piddle at something. Had to wire up her tail pipe on her truck yesterday evening. Glad wire coat hangers are still around. This morning she's going to see about a fellow either fastening it back into her existing muffler, or a new muffler. Told her I thought "new muffler" sounded like a good idea with no pun intended. He'll also need to solder, braze a washer on the heat shield to have it hung back in place proper.

    If not one thing, a hundred. No real complaints, still here, still muddling through life and being lost. No idea where I'm going but that's fine, I at least know I'll get there quicker. ;) :) :p
     
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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Off to work :coffee2:

    Fugees stay good today :cloud:
     
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    Where's the fun in that?
     
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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    There isn't. Just sharing the misery :giggle:
     
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    Drat. Does staying good mean we don't rob a bank? If so, I did wear a rubber so there's no evidence pointing back to any fugees. The cops & feds both think it was Ronald McDonald what did it. -- Remind me in a few years, the loot is buried in Montana. It seems close enough to Canada to be safe.
     
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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Damn you FugeeFucks are quiet lately :cloud:
     
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    The Cromwell VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Just got back from taking the wife unit to some church thing and shopping at Wally World.
    Noticed that Wally World had pulled all the vape stuff from their shelves in the smoking aisle.
    Not sure when it happened but they just had some cartons of smokes lying sideways as fillers in the space formerly occupied with vape stuff.
    Retail has a bare shelf space phobia.
    A bare spot on a shelf will send a manager into a spit slinging fit of rage.
     
  42. AndriaD

    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    At Walmart? Surely you jest; Walmart DELIGHTS in being completely out of all the stuff that people really like to buy! And once they know that a product is really popular, they'll stop carrying it! I think that's probably #1 in their SOP manual. "Never have in stock the items that people really want."

    Andria
     
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    The Cromwell VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Actually from the looks in the past they did not sell very much vape stuff. It was pretty much the same crap that Walgreens sells.
    They have apparently quit selling any vape stuff.
     
  44. chopdoc

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    Afternoon fugee's. :D

    The fugee world has been very quiet for a while. Never would of believed this group would run out of things to say :giggle:


    Would like a moment of silence for one of my Ijoy Solo mods that didnt survive its last fall :( It was a good and faithful 26650 mod.......

    And my original Smok M80 is on its way out too. Think the battery is dying in it. I got maybe 20 months of usage out of it and have an older one in the spare parts junk box I can always steal the battery out of it if I really want to :teehee: If the ass hats with the disability insurance company ever gets off their ass and approves my claim then I want to order a few 26650 spares and some new batteries.
     
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    I was a bad wheedle boy today. I bought a pack of cigarettes and now they are all gone. Dextrose has that effect on me. Can not let it be for a second.

    Spoke with mom in the past week or so. I had avoided talking to her as she posted one of those things of "post this or never talk to me again", I didn't post it. She explained that it was okay. So our talk drifted to my grandma. Mom told me they had trouble with her. "Benny's mad. He pulled a Pap on me, "Mother, you'll eat better.'," grandma told mom I had said. Well she is eating better and it's because she heard me tell her that.

    Sometimes "old timers" needs used for the better. :) Well need to scoot on.
     
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    MyMagicMist Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Narda, narda, narda, narda! Keep them cloudza brah rolling. Hitch 'em up, move 'em out! Narda, narda, narda! Kanthal coil! Narda, narda!

    :zombie::cloud::tunez: need :coffee2::coffee2::coffee::coffee::coffee: *slids Lucy a :coffee::coffee:*

    Better watch out for me, I'm :bingo:ing around. Got some good news yesterday. :)

    We got bumped to the list for the H.U.D housing. We need to attend a meeting wherein they give you "common sense" :giggle: "Here's how to be a good renter ..." We've already completed a course and passed what's needed for the USDA rural development home buying loan. Needed a score 80%+ I think we got 83-88%, it was stuff we knew but didn't know we actually knew it. That was an eight hour course we took in one swoop. We got told weought to have broken it up over 10 days or so. We laughed. So we're closer toward renting an apartment, then onward to save for down payment. No carts before the horses though, still kind of waiting on the other shoe.
     
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    Here is hoping good fortune for you Morely. :D With luck you will get a place where all the fur babies can become well spoiled couch potatoes :giggle:
     
  48. JuicyLucy

    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    :stars2:

    And everyone please, GFY
     
  49. AndriaD

    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Same to ya, Lucy dear, and all the rest of you fuggers too. :hug: How's the great white north this morning?

    Andria
     
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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Wet and dreary, lol

    How's the sunny south???
     
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