I recently published a review of the E-Clipse Dry Herb Vaporizer (awesome device and big thanks to NYVapeShop.com for sending that over for review!). Unfortunately, I had to take the video down since YouTube is now shutting down channels with weed reviews, but I just recently got it up on Vimeo if you want to watch it!
If you don’t know what Ry4 is, it’s a tobacco, vanilla, and caramel blend. It’s an old-school flavor but it’s still around, it’s just not really mentioned much anymore. But it used to be really popular!
It’s not really a tobacco flavor, it just has a hint of tobacco to it. Some variations are sweet and some aren’t. Some have more vanilla than others and some have more caramel.
San Francisco has finally done it. They’ve banned the sale of all flavored tobacco products, which includes menthol cigarettes and flavored e-juice. That might even include tobacco-flavored e-juice since technically that’s a flavor too.
You might have noticed lately that the vape company, Juul, has been under a massive attack from just about every media organization in the U.S., big or small. Small local news stations are picking up the stories and big publishers like NYTimes are joining in too.
The main concern that all of these publications are reporting is that “juuling” is becoming an epidemic among teens. They’re making claims that vaping is exposing teens to harmful chemicals like formaldehyde and that vaping can eventually lead teens to addiction and into moving towards smoking. There is already plenty of research (see here, and here, and here, and here) showing that both of those claims aren’t true, but it’s not stopping journalists from saying it.
There’s some big news in the video and social media world and it’s that Instagram just launched a long-form video platform last week.
People Are Fed Up With YouTube
With all the missteps that YouTube has taken in the last six months, some people have thought it could become the beginning of their end. For example, tons of creators have had their channels de-monetized, channels on particular topics are being shut down, videos are constantly being flagged, and all of this is causing people to go to other platforms.
Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Maryland has made some big news lately after making the decision to remove stall doors from half of the student restrooms. This is in response to what the school is saying is a growing concern of students vaping and “juuling” on school grounds.
Juuling, as you’ve probably guessed is the use of the Juul vaporizer, but it’s becoming a generic term for any of the slim pod-based vaporizers on the market now.
First I want to thank one of my subscribers, William, for prompting me to put this post together. So let’s just jump right in.
Ultrasonic cleaners are typically used to clean things like jewelry and eyeglasses, but they’re also used for medical equipment, electronics, musical instruments and other things. Ultrasonic cleaners don’t sterilize though, so they won’t work like an autoclave in a tattoo shop (which many people wrongly assume).
How Ultrasonic Cleaners Work
Ultrasonic cleaners work by emitting ultrasound sound waves, which are sound waves that humans can’t hear. People with good hearing might be able to hear sound waves up to 20khz, but not usually higher than that. Ultrasonic cleaners typically run between 25khz to 400khz, so we can’t hear the sound they are emitting. Cats can hear up to 79 kHz and dogs up to 45 kHz, so you might notice your pets acting a little strange when you run an ultrasonic cleaner.
I want to start by saying that I’m not an expert on metal work. Far from it. I’m not much of an expert on any sort of handy work actually. I usually fix things around the house my jamming paper towels into them. 😉
But over the weekend, I decided to remove the paint from one of my atomizers, which was chipping paint really bad – the CSMNT RDA. First, I want you to know that this is a clone CSMNT. I don’t want anyone to think that the authentic CSMNT has bad paint.
Dr. Derek Yach, a well-known healthcare policy analyst and former director of the World Health Organization, has announced the launch of the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World. This new foundation will be taking a new approach to smoking cessation and harm reduction, which an initial funding commitment of $80 million per year for 12 years.
And where is this initial funding coming from?
You’d probably never guess Philip Morris International, one of the largest tobacco companies in the world.
On October 9th, Johnson Creek announced via a blog post that they were going out of business. They left pretty much no time for questions and shut down the following day, on October 10th. Johnson Creek has been a small business in Wisconsin for nine years. They were known as the first and longest-running e-juice … Read more