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Tips for Purchasing the Right E-Liquid



Have you finally decided to give up smoking in favor of the much safer e-cigs? You have made the right decision to quit cigarettes because they contain harmful chemicals. Part of your new journey involves finding the right e-liquid.

Here are some tips that will help you to choose the right vaping liquid:

VG vs. PG Juice

It is a good idea to start with pure vegetable glycerol (VG) e-liquid mix. If you cannot find a pure one, you should look for a high-VG juice. VG has a slightly sweet taste and is more viscous; however, the sweetness mutes its flavor.

Although it packs more flavor, some people are allergic to propylene glycerol (PG) or they find it irritating. Starting with a high VG mix will stop this from happening. If you find yourself getting hives, having difficulty breathing, or itching after vaping a pure PG mix, then you are allergic to it.

Flavor First

The most important thing to consider when purchasing e-liquid is the flavor. If you do not like the flavor of an e-liquid, you will not use it. Fortunately, e-juice companies such as Ejuiceplug make a variety of flavors, which include fruity and food cocktails.

New vapers prefer flavors that closely match their favorite cigarettes. Because e-cig manufacturers know this, they create flavors that closely mimic the taste of different cigarette brands. Eventually, you might feel adventurous enough to try fruit and food blends.

When choosing e-liquid flavors, you should start with those that you are sure to like. Once you get used to them, you should try to experiment with different brands to avoid monotony.

Nicotine Strength

You need to select your preferred nicotine strength. The levels of nicotine come in varying strengths. A low nicotine level is 6mg or below and is best for light smokers who smoke half a pack of cigarettes or less per day. Medium strength nicotine is between 9mg and 16mg and is for average smokers who go through half a packet of cigarettes. If you are a heavy chain-smoker, you should opt for a high content of between 18mg and 36mg.

Choosing the right nicotine strength for your needs is important because you might end up vaping more to compensate for low nicotine. On the other hand, too much nicotine will result in headaches. As a rule, you should start with medium strength then adjust according to your needs.

Do a Test

The importance of testing cannot be underestimated. The number of e-liquid flavors available is enough to overwhelm anyone. If possible, you need to try to test the different flavors first before you commit to buying. Testing the flavors gives you a firsthand experience of the options available.

Moreover, not all e-juices are made equal because different brands have different flavors. The mango flavor from one brand might not taste the same as the mango flavor from another brand. The nicotine strength might also vary from brand to brand.

When buying from a physical store, you will have the opportunity to test the different e-liquid flavors. While you cannot taste from an online store, you can always buy a tester pack. This pack consists of small bottles with different flavors. You can choose different levels of nicotine strength for your tester pack to ensure that you end up choosing the right e-juice for your needs.

Although it might take time to find the right e-liquid for your needs, you should not settle for less than perfect. When taking up vaping, part of the fun is trying new things. Just make sure that you purchase high quality products from an established manufacturer.


Illegal Migrants Now Are Given The Old McDonald Building On 42nd Street



Mayor Eric Adams is set to open another illegal migrant shelter right in the heart of Times Square. The vacant Candler Tower office building, at 209-213 West 42nd Street is about to house more illegal migrants.

This is smack dabb in the pulse of Times Square.

The building, once home to the 24-hour McDonald’s restaurant was long billed as the busiest and most profitable of its kind in the US. Thanks to COVID-19 the building was lockdown in June 2020 and the building’s owner, UK-based investment company EPIC, reportedly signed over the deed in March 2022 to avoid foreclosure.

This property is 227,685 square feet and has 24 floors, with a market value of $110,464,000.

There are now 103 emergency shelters being used to house migrants and guess who is footing the bill?

Why are we not housing our Vets, our homeless or our senior citizens? I guess if you are illegal you get a free pass!

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Illegal Migrants Become Picky On What New York Tax Payers Offer



Over hundreds of illegal migrants that were housed in high end Midtown hotels have set up a tent encampments rather than move to a shelter set up by Mayor Eric Adams. These rooms were costing New Yorkers $450-a-night, and were at 3.5-star hotels.

The encampment is outside The Watson Hotel, but expect more outside The Row and other hotels where the migrants trashed the rooms.

The tent city in The Bronx and on Randall’s Island were not deemed good enough and were abandoned. Now a shelter at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is to be the new home for at least 1,000 male migrants who were housed at the Watson. That led to the migrants to refuse to relocate, setting up camp directly outside in direct defiance of Adam’s order. For people who have no money now they have tents. Who is funding this rebellion?

The tents reportedly were gifted to the displaced by members of the local community, but New Yorkers are trying to fend for themselves. There is definitely somebody or a group behind this as a table complete with coffee, bananas, water, and pizza were available.

They are writing on signs “Permanent homes,” but what about the veterans, the American homeless, the abused families in America who are homeless? Why do illegals expect so much.

This is reportedly going to cost taxpayers $1 billion for 2022 alone. Before the migrant crises NYC already had tens of thousands of New Yorkers in shelters. They never got 3 – 4 star hotels.


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Crime In NYC and Why Is Jen Psaki Involved?



New York City Police Department data show 1,470 shootings, 443 murders and 9,595 cases of auto grand larceny, making shootings double what they were two years ago and murders are up by 50 percent

NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea has repeatedly blamed bail reform laws for the spike in violent crime in recent years and he is right, bail reform, is the reason crime is now an open spree where if you wound someone or injure them you are the victim.  NYPD Commissioner Dermo Shea has stated “We’re seeing a little bit of mental illness, we’re seeing just disregard for common decency, but when you have mass amounts of people put back on the streets that have traditionally been held in jail, you’re seeing some of that permeate.”

Bew Jirajariyawetch 23, was assaulted and robbed in the 34th Street Herald Square subway by a dark skinned man, who was most likely out on bail reform. Anti-Asian violence has plagued the city this year, with 127 attacks against Asians – a nearly five-fold increase from the 28 attacks in 2020.

Soccer player Akeem Loney, 32, was fatally stabbed in the neck at Penn Station. Police are also hunting for a man who allegedly threatened to kill a woman on the subway with two wooden spikes after making ‘anti-white statements’ late last month. The suspect wielded the large shivs at a 46-year-old woman near the 59th Street subway station.

Craig Tamanaha 49, had a long rap sheet and was known for vagrant stunts such as exposing himself to a group of reporters outside the Ghislaine Maxwell trial in Manhattan. Surprise, surprise Tamanaha was released shortly after his arrest for allegedly torching the 50-foot Christmas tree outside the building that houses Fox News, the Wall Street Journal and The Post. In a twist to this story the White House’s Jen Psaki pressed NYC to release The News Corp. Christmas tree arsonist. Why is she involved?

A pickpocket with more than 30 arrests was back out on the street, an arsonist burn down a half-million-dollar Christmas tree in New York City is back out on the streets, Ricardo Hernandez faces three hate-crime charges after allegedly trying to shove an Asian undercover cop onto Queens subway tracks. He was released. Takim Newson, 32, who had more than 20 priors and stood charged with attempted murder and related crimes. He allegedly shot a 43-year-old man in the groin while trying to steal a cellphone at a bar was let out. Bank of America execs warn junior staffers to ‘dress down’ as NYC crime surges. Agustin Garcia, 63, a homeless man was busted three times in just 36 hours last week, boasting to NYPD cops that he would dodge bail at each turn because he “didn’t have a record.”He robbed two Manhattan straphangers — wielding a knife against one of them — and stealing a beer from a bodega all in one day. He’s out roaming the streets. Gary Teasley, 65, was released a day after a bust last week for allegedly pickpocketing tourists at the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. He’s been arrested more than 30 times.

There are countless examples of hardened criminals getting away with murder, arson, robbery and petty crime. When will it stop? When will we be able top address the issues and when will New York City be safe again, because it is not!

Keechant Sewell

Now Keechant Sewell, is set to become the first black woman to become New York City police commissioner thanks to Mayor-elect Eric Adams on Wednesday, will be charged with the daunting task of reversing the violent crime that has plagued the city, but will she? Black Lives Matter has already threatened the NYPD. Black Lives Matter also has threatened ‘riots’ and ‘bloodshed’ in the streets of New York City if Mayor-elect Eric Adams reinstates the NYPD’s anti-crime units – a vow Adams later doubled down on the following day. It seems Black Lives Matter’s or should I say George Soro’s is running everyone’s lives, not the government.

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