At some point during the haze of the week just gone I received news of a juice. The vendor or manufacturer, I can’t recall which, included a snippet of a review:
“It’s an unctuous juice with sweet and natural fruit syrup tones.”
Professor Michael Siegel announced this week that his plans to carry out research into an aspect of electronic cigarettes have been cancelled. The Behavioral Study of Cigarette and Tobacco Substitution (BSCiTS) study was due to compare the effectiveness of e-cigs with NRT on smoking behavior. In itself, the announcement was pretty much predicted – it was the manner of its delivery that is interesting.
With all of the hoo-ha built up around vaping safety issues over the past couple of weeks it seems timely to take a look at things that are more damaging to personal wellbeing.
Without doubt, the work carried out (and planned for the future) by Doctor Farsalinos makes him a leading figure in the vaping world. The sterling research achievements are complimented by his advocacy during public debate. Be it combatting bad legislation, improving business practise or making the process of vaping safer – the Doc is a true vaping hero.
I am sure the reason I was sent to bed and banned from watching Carry On Camping wasn’t to protect my eyes from Babs Windsor popping out. In fact I know it wasn’t – it was because of the petulant confrontation I’d just had. But, had I seen it when it was first screened on television I am sure I would have become obsessed by sex.
I’m nursing pain. It’s a widely known fact that men bear the hardship of physical discomfort better than women, and I wouldn’t usually mention it, but the severity of this means there are massive questions demanding answering.
One bike, one ball, some fields of corn and Action Man were the highlights of my summer holiday. Not this one just gone, that would be more than slightly odd not least because I haven’t had a summer holiday this year. When I was a kid television only came on during the day for Crown Court and we used to have to lick t’road clean wi’t tongue.
"I do not usually air my grievances by writing letters to papers…”
My granddad started the family tradition, like Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells, making false claims of hitherto unreached levels of anger. His list of complaints covered (not exclusively): services, utilities, young people, traffic, young people, noise, dog excrement, trees, young people, declining standards in Western values and young people.
Everywhere vape-related on the Internet became consumed with the World Health Organisation last week. If it wasn’t commentary regarding their announced stance on vaping it was pouring scorn the keen nature of their bored legal department to crack down on those who sought to adapt their logo.