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Stephen Howard

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#83
Franky m'dear, I don't give a damn.

Ooh hang on a mo, that's not Noel Coward.

Er...is there honey still for tea?

Umm...elementary my dear Watson?

The force is strong in this one??

I am NOT from Havana????

OK, who's been tampering with my Noel Coward quote cards???
 
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Birmingham
#84
@Stephen Howard yeah I love my mechs, they’re mostly clones though, I generally use a reulaux for work as the triple 18650 lasts for ever, the stingray with an 18350 is great as long as you have a couple of spares with you.
Re squonking I picked this up a while back it’s only a kangertech but it’s very pocket friendly and works fine
Pic on next post had some issues posting pic
 
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Colin the Bear

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#86
I've been diagnosed twice with asthma. Strangely smoking helped. First time it went away when the cat died. :rolleyes:. Second time it went away when I stopped living with a Springer Spaniel. Doctors were bemused as apparently asthma doesn't have a cure. Still. I enjoyed the steroids.
 

teebones

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#87
Just pause for a few seconds.

What about all the noxious fumes and other hazardous materials used, which is inhaled by workers producing our beloved horn in the manufacturing process.???? :w00t: :old:
 

Stephen Howard

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#89
Just pause for a few seconds.

What about all the noxious fumes and other hazardous materials used, which is inhaled by workers producing our beloved horn in the manufacturing process.???? :w00t: :old:
Never mind that s**t - what about all the stuff we repairers have to breathe in when we take your horns apart?
It's enough to put you off mushy peas for life.
 

Stephen Howard

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#93
So... can you vape whisk(e)y?
Actually, you can. Sort of.
One of the compounds that makes vapour, vegetable glycerin, is pretty thick stuff in its usual state - so it has to be thinned down. Typically you'd use purified water, but alchohol can also be used...of which vodka is a common choice.
The quantities are miniscule though, which is just as well because inhaling strong alcholol vapours could be quite a risky business - not the least of which is that you could make yourself seriously drunk in a very short space of time.
 

jazzdoh

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West Midlands
#95
So... can you vape whisk(e)y?
Actually, you can. Sort of.
One of the compounds that makes vapour, vegetable glycerin, is pretty thick stuff in its usual state - so it has to be thinned down. Typically you'd use purified water, but alchohol can also be used...of which vodka is a common choice.
The quantities are miniscule though, which is just as well because inhaling strong alcholol vapours could be quite a risky business - not the least of which is that you could make yourself seriously drunk in a very short space of time.
Did know that you could vape alcohol but i think i'll stick to drinking it.
 

Melissa

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#99
I smoked from 18yrs of age passively smoking as I grew up, I packed up last year for 20 weeks with the help of e-cigs and then started again after getting a bad chest infection??!!(utter insanity), I really wanted to pack up and went on the Champix in November, please-don't ever take this stuff as it is evil, yes I packed up, no i do not wish for a ciggy whatsoever but the strange drug did affect me in some ways that I ended up in hospital with ketacidosis, now I cannot even see properly until my eyes settle down again so cannot even do any repairs as such my workshop remains closed.

Now I cannot bear the thought of smoking because really, this is what started it off and I am suffering in many ways because of it, I am however delighted that I don't wish to have one, my practice time is far longer than before and long notes seem to keep going on and on, i do not even reach for my inhaler when i was using it a few times daily.
 

Stephen Howard

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That Champix/Chantix/varenicline is nasty stuff. It's a scandal that it ever got licensed. There have been a few payouts as a result of side-effects/deaths...but someone really ought to serve a stretch inside for what this drug has done to people.