Own Life Vapor Episode 82: Airplane Bans, AZ Bike Week Recap, and Wall Street Journal

On episode 82 of the Own Life Vapor Podcast, we discuss AZ Bike Week, Airplane bans on vaping in carry-on luggage, Butterfly World, and an illuminating article on vaping in the Wall Street Journal.



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Tim Mechling

Tim is Mt Baker Vapor's resident creative weirdo. He writes, composes music, draws, designs, produces podcasts, investigates, and blows the trumpet for the Common Man.

  • Miguelski says:

    I went to this website

    and found both senators from my state in the drop-down menu
    hit the ‘contact’ button and wrote both of them this message:

    “I quit smoking after 25 years about a year ago.
    I can assure you, it was thanks to electronic vaping devices.
    I vape. My doctor is amazed at my improving health.
    I vape. I frequent vape businesses and internet forums and see that there are many many others like me.
    I vape. I travel for work and consider taking along my vaping device as equally important as my cell phone.
    I vape. And I vote.
    I am against SA 3547.”

    Just let these guys know we won’t let them ban without some pushback.

  • Paul Daley says:

    It’s said to say that the ban on airplane with e mods I kinda understand what they are saying. What I beleave that has to happen is that the manufacturer of mods need to make all mechanical mods so that you can remove all batterys and make all mechanical mods need to have a switch that you can turn off. Because there are some on the market that you can’t turn off or remove batteries from them. I have a lot of mods myself and some of them you can’t remove the batteries from or can’t turn some of them off. Like the cheap Pitbull mod you can’t turn off, or take out the batteries. I also have the MiniVolt you can turn that one off but can’t remove the batteries. So I kinda see what they are talking about so maybe we need to fix those problems and then it won’t be so bad.

    • Josh Hanna says:

      As long as the batteries are attended to properly, there should not be a problem. I see your point and it is very valid. The ones that cannot turn off and cannot remove the batteries, those need to be addressed. That is not safe, in my opinion, at all. On a plane or not.

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