Patience is a Virtue. It’s Also Hard to Come by…

Here we are vapers. It’s the week of Thanksgiving and I have a tidbit of bad news. Hopefully, this doesn’t impact many of you, but just in case it does, we wanted to make sure everyone was aware that the USPS Arizona office is having shipping delays… again.

Continue reading “Patience is a Virtue. It’s Also Hard to Come by…”

The ARMAGEDDON could very well be upon us!

The last great battle between vape shops and big tobacco, or what I like to refer to as the battle of “good versus evil” may not have begun outright just yet, but a very subtle disturbance in the water tells us that there is some major churning happening beneath the surface… a lot more on this later.

Continue reading “The ARMAGEDDON could very well be upon us!”

Vapor Visuals Abroad: St Austell, England

Continuing my tour through Cornwall, I venture north to St Austell where our partners, Vaporized, have another conveniently located shop on South Street. With so many vape friendly activities in the area, you’ll want to stock up on your favorite MBV e-juice before heading out. The first stop of my tour is the Menacuddle Well on the outskirts of St Austell.

Continue reading “Vapor Visuals Abroad: St Austell, England”

“Is a Lie Still a Lie if You Say it Pretty?”

As Red so eloquently stated in Shawshank Redemption… “You Godda#m right!”

It is not so much that we are shocked by the actions and behavior of government agencies, agenda-driven politicians and shameful health groups who turn a blind eye to the crucially pertinent truth, but rather we are tired, tired of having the same strategic, soulless rhetoric spat in our faces despite the overwhelming evidence.

Continue reading ““Is a Lie Still a Lie if You Say it Pretty?””

Vapor Visuals Abroad: Penzance, England

Today I will be showing you the town of Penzance in the mystical land of Cornwall, England. Filled with magical standing stones, mischievous pixies, and legendary tales this ancient land still holds many remnants of the past. A visit to Penzance is sure to be full of fairytales and seaside fun, all of which you can do while vaping!

Continue reading “Vapor Visuals Abroad: Penzance, England”

Good Ol’ Chuck Bringing The Noise…

The bosom buddies or those I like to refer to as the “Orcs” of Big Tobacco are at it again y’all.

Over the weekend, New York Senator Chuck Schumer, in all his wisdom, urged the federal government to reverse a recent decision to delay the regulation of e-cigarettes after citing alarming data that show one in five teens in New York State… wait for it… vape.

– Cue the GASPS from government lobbyist’s! –

A nicotine delivery gadget called, “Juul” has become especially popular among teenagers because it’s easy to hide, Schumer said at a press conference in Manhattan.

Continue reading “Good Ol’ Chuck Bringing The Noise…”

Vaping Abroad – Part 4

From 30 Year Smoker to Marathon Runner; A Truly Inspiring Tale of How E-Cigarettes Changed This UK Man’s Life

Chris Baxter had been a smoker for 30 years when he finally realized it was time to make the switch. Like many smokers, he had tried and failed to quit many times, but after seeing somebody vaping in a local pub, he became curious about E-Cigarettes and decided to give them a try. The story attached is an inspirational tale of how vaping let Chris go from a 58 year old man that would get wheezy from climbing a flight of stairs, to a man who has now completed two marathons.

Continue reading “Vaping Abroad – Part 4”

Popcorn Lung?

So, a few days ago I wrote a blog called, It’s What The Doctor Ordered, about a top doctor over in Australia calling for a total ban on cigarettes. As always, the blogs on Mt Baker Vapor are disseminated throughout all our social media platforms and almost always generate some interesting feedback.

Continue reading “Popcorn Lung?”

Vapor Visuals Abroad – St Andrews, Scotland

Welcome back vape fans! Today we will be exploring St Andrews, located on the east coast of Scotland. Previously known as Muckross, the earliest records of the area show that it was founded as a religious settlement in 370 ACE. After changing names several times, the town became known as it is today due to its claim as the burial site for several of the bones of the apostle Andrew. Today, St. Andrews is less known as a religious site and more well known for its historical contributions to the game of golf.

Continue reading “Vapor Visuals Abroad – St Andrews, Scotland”