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Electronic Cigarettes- Time To Cut To The Chase

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We all know that unless Nicotine is taken in very large doses, it is harmless (other than being addictive). Nicotine gum and the patches are great examples. In fact, it can increase brain function, hinder dementia and Parkinson's, stimulate the ADHD brain into action, etc. The point is they have only found benefits of long-term use of gum use. So why not put it into a harmless vapor? Since so many of us want to quit smoking cigarettes - the equivalent of sticking your mouth on an exhaust pipe to breathe in harmful tar and chemicals - and do not really like the gum or the patches - the electronic cigarettes are becoming more popular and cheaper world-wide. The reputable suppliers in the West are selling out as fast as they can stock the stuff. Many of us have families that will suffer if we never are able to give up the fags. So, it is time to stand up to the governments who want to ban e-cigs and fear of the loss of tax revenue on regular tobacco products at the great expense of premature illness and death of countless smokers. It is time to stop letting threads die, preventing information from being shared and putting off what will sooner or later be an obvious healthy alternative to this terrible habit we got ourselves mixed up in. Where can we find it??? What vendors are legit???

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First - you sound like a troll or at least a bit strange

Second - go to the thread on electronic cigs if you're not, the information is there

Third - I don't know of any addiction that is "harmless"

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AlongtheChaoPraya

Thanks for the PM and for confirming my Point Number 1, and you can add 'coward' to it.

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