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August 6, 2014, 6:41 pmmy DNA20 came today
man this thing kicks aS$!!!...I had prior purchased a kayfun lite(aka russian 91% tankomizer).and hated the way it worked on my mvp and VTR
This thing punches out some hellacious vapor...whole different ball game.Don't know why I would need 20 watts as 12-13 seems to be spot on.
June 24, 2014, 5:47 amPenn this week of 6/23
215/015....if 715 falls then this is nixed
May 23, 2014, 4:00 pmBlack star Yngwie
Love this song...
Been randomly experiencing 022 for the past 2 days in a mystical way for weekend numbers
also 188 710 714 stand out
Enjoy the song and turn it up loud
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May 20, 2014, 9:09 pmeast 5/21
May 13, 2014, 5:26 amallstates 5/13
803 or 903/603
March 30, 2014, 6:39 am3/30 pick of the day
March 15, 2014, 9:48 amFill them coffers Colorado!
from a yahoo article...sorry but couldn't helphighlighting key parts.
Even though all this is good,it doesn't solve our problem of those who manage our tax dollars using them un- appropriately
Los Angeles (AFP) - Marijuana sales in Colorado brought in $3.5 million in tax revenues and fees in the first month retail pot outlets were allowed, the western US state said Monday.
The figure included $2.9 million in taxes for recreational and medical marijuana in the month of January, and nearly $600,000 in fees, said Colorado's Department of Revenue.
The Rocky Mountain state had legalized pot in 2012, but made drug history on January 1 by inaugurating retail sales of marijuana for recreational use. It levies a 15 percent excise tax and a 2.9 percent sales tax.
“The first month of sales for recreational marijuana fell in line with expectations,” said tax department chief Barbara Brohl, while cautioning that the size of the industry might take a few months to become clear.
Initial projections had suggested 40 businesses would be up and running on January 1, but in fact only 24 were by then. By the end of January,59 businesses had filed tax returns.
After Colorado, Pacific Northwest state Washington is set to follow suit later this year -- even though, under federal law, marijuana remains as illegal as heroin, ecstasy and LSD.
In Alaska, campaigners are "very hopeful" of putting legalization to a popular vote in August. Similar efforts in Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada and Oregon are under way, though in more preliminary stages.
President Barack Obama's administration told federal prosecutors last August to stop targeting individual marijuana smokers in states where legalization is in place.
Colorado said that, in the first few months of retail sales, tax and fee revenues will be "significantly affected in both directions" by various factors.
A "possible increase in initial demand" could boost sales at first, while the speed with which pot shops are licenced and how readily they can get supplies, may also have an impact.
“We expect clear revenue patterns will emerge by April and plan to incorporate this data into future forecasts,” said Brohl.
March 15, 2014, 9:09 amallstates 3/15 pick of the day
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March 14, 2014, 8:36 pmwhat's with flash player??
panyone else noticing on random sites that they promt you to install flash player?.To be perfectly honest,ever since I installed I.E 11 I have
had nothing but problems.The strange part is you can't roll back to IE 10.No matter how many times I download/save it,the very next day it's the same sh*t.
Where does it go??? how can I stop this from happening?.It's in my "Add-ons" as 'enabled'
More than not,my biggest issue with this happening is in youtube.Some work and some prompt me to download it
Any gurus out there that can help would be appreciated...
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March 8, 2014, 6:35 ampossible allstates str8 3/8
maybe mid draw
761 or 711
February 8, 2014, 7:50 amthere they go..f@cking up another industry
I saw this headline today
A $1.5 Billion Industry Braces for FDA Regulation..""
...I will say this...BULL!
WHY CAN'T PEOPLE LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE?!?!?!?!..it's win win for everyone.The tobacco industry stays in tact even though folks transition from regular smoking andpeople stay employed in that sector because the need for liquid nicotine is off the charts.
The liquid for the vaporizing devices are Made here
Most of the better variable vaping devices are made here
The only 3 ingredients for making smoking liquid are something that is already legal..ALREADY LEGAL!
USP gradeA propylene glycole-//USP gradeA vegetable glyserine-and what ever and whatever concentrated flavoring agent
For years leaders of this country tried to sway folks from smoking one way or the other.I find it bordering on isanity to hoard on regulations
to thwart growth on this product.All this does and will do is force us to buy from china yet again if we want these things.
The only good thing for me is if this vaporizing thing spirals out of affordability because of insane regulations,I won't need to purchse eliquids any longer as I have already stopped regular smoking for months now.
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February 5, 2014, 6:36 amfor 2/5..allstates
572 576 or 573
February 1, 2014, 8:17 amAllstates east weekend of 2/1
792(292* or 892*
January 20, 2014, 7:23 pmFrom death to diamonds
just read this from NPR..
Diamonds are supposed to be a girl's best friend. Now, they might also be her mother, father or grandmother.
Swiss company Algordanza takes cremated human remains and — under high heat and pressure that mimic conditions deep within the Earth — compresses them into diamonds.
Rinaldo Willy, the company's founder and CEO, says he came up with the idea a decade ago. Since then, his customer base has expanded to 24 countries.
Each year, the remains of between 800 and 900 people enter the facility. About three months later, they exit as diamonds, to be kept in a box or turned into jewelry.
Most of the stones come out blue, Willy says, because the human body contains trace amounts of boron, an element that may be involved in bone formation. Occasionally, though, a diamond pops out white, yellow or close to black – Willy's not sure why. Regardless, he says, "every diamond from each person is slightly different. It's always a unique diamond."
Most of the orders Algordanza receives come from relatives of the recently deceased, though some people make arrangements for themselves to become diamonds once they've died. Willy says about 25 percent of his customers are from Japan.
At between $5,000 and $22,000, the process costs as much as some funerals. The process and machinery involved are about the same as in a lab that makes synthetic diamonds from other carbon materials.
The basic process reduces the ash to carbon, then slides it into a machine that applies intense heat and pressure — for weeks. That's at least several hundred million years faster than diamonds are made in nature.
"The more time you give this process, the bigger the rough diamond starts to grow," Willy says. After the new diamond cools off, the crystal isground and cut to shape, and sometimes engraved with a laser.
It only takes about a pound of ashes to make a single diamond, Willy says. His company has created up to nine diamonds from one individual's ashes.
Algordanza isn't the only company blinging out the afterlife, either. An American company called LifeGem offers the same services, and there are a number of U.S. patents for similar procedures.
Most of the time, Willy says, people take the diamonds to a jeweler to be made into rings or pendants.
"I don't know why, but if the diamond is blue, and the deceased also had blue eyes, I hear almost every time that the diamond had the same color as the eyes of the deceased," says Willy, who personally delivers the diamonds to his Swiss customers.
Each time, he says, the family is happy that their loved one has, in a sense, returned home. And in sparkling form to boot.
January 18, 2014, 1:45 pmnew clearo.
Kanger protank3 is just awesomeness..just got it in the mail and it hits like a dream.
Anyone who vapes to quit smokingdefinitely needs to consider one.I've been researching for months now and finally got the nerve to do it.awesome awesome!!
Next step(if I ever hit P3 in CT) is to get an innokinVTR
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