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    Wink American Council on Science and Health article


    Spotted via Google News, thought I would share. Encouraging maybe?

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    The Italian study results first popped up a few months ago. Yes its good news. hopefully the nz clinical trial will be as well.

    As more of these studies are concluded the "authorities" won't be able to trundle out the "unproven" or "untested" or "dangerous" cards any more and ecigs will hopefully become more widely available
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    If it indeed becomes widely popular,then that's great news for the general population who smoke and want to quit. The bad news will be the governments need to tax the absolute hell out of,so in effect will come to the same price as fags,eliminating those who want to switch on a cost basis alone,and those who cant be bothered with the hassle of the whole e-cig thingy.

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    ...and turning otherwise perfectly law abiding citizens into drug smugglers!
    Cheers.... Pete.


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    Its a crazy world or humans are crazy.

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    probably a bit of both!
    Quote Originally Posted by wood duck View Post
    Its a crazy world or humans are crazy.

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    It's a major challenge that the Australian government is addicted to $5+ billion in tobacco revenue annually and one does have to wonder if everyone quit smoking suddenly 100% how would medicare go?


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    simple .. they will say .. its now approved and heres the duty payable when importing nic .. $1 per ml would be my guess. Super heavy fines for avoiding duty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoney View Post
    simple .. they will say .. its now approved and heres the duty payable when importing nic .. $1 per ml would be my guess. Super heavy fines for avoiding duty.
    Kinda why I'm happy not to rock the boat about it , Who knows this could be the golden age of vaping

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    I truly believe this is the golden age of vaping and a 2 year supply is 2 years less tax I will be forced to pay or 2 years grace to get to zero nic either way I win. A modest stockpile stored safely is still the best option I have and one I will try to use as wisely as possible.
    Last edited by GirlyPantz; 16-10-11 at 07:25 PM.

 

 

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