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Coleman

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About Coleman

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  • Birthday 08/03/1991

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Charlotte, NC
  • Age 24

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  1. Oops sorry. I got it the next day and have been smoking the peach and raspberry interchangibly. Got two fancy hoses that kick ass also much better then the shitty may I was using lol.
  2. Hello from London

    Welcome to the forum, hope you enjoy it here
  3. i am new user

    Welcome hope you enjoy your time here
  4. so it arrived yesterday but it went to the offices here because i was out for the day and the office is closed sundays. I will be going to get it from the office tomorrow the second i wake up
  5. So I checked the tracking today, it shipped from Charlotte and should arrive tomorrow. Hopefully the tracking is right.
  6. I just placed my first order in a long time, it was really small but south smoke is running an early black friday deal. I just got a 250g nak mizo peach, a 250g nak mizo raspberry and 2 fancy hoses for 31 and some change. Before shipping charges it was 19 and some change but NC has tax of 7.25 for shipping to the state and on top of that the cheapest shipping is like 10 bucks but i feel it was well worth it for 500g of nak mizo and now i wait
  7. yeah heat management and packing method are key, as well as checking for leaks, luka covered just about everything
  8. Introduce yourself

    welcome to the forum enjoy your stay
  9. So as none of you probably know yet, about a month ago me and my girlfriend decided to go vegan since we moved in together. My girlfriend was already 3 years vegetarian and I had gone vegetarian for 1.5 years a couple years ago. I brought the idea up to her and we both decided it was a good idea and since have been loving every minute of it.as many of you most likely do know though, the World Health Organization also recently released information regarding red meat and processed meat and its correlation to elevated cancer risk. For those that don't know processed meat encompasses an extremely broad spectrum, that's not merely limited to hot dogs, ham, and beef jerky type things but any meats that go through a marinating process and other such things. Most peoples first thought is, well why should we trust one group, the issue with that is that the WHO used over 800 studies, 700 epidemiological studies as well as some 100 mechanistic studies, using 22 different experts from 10 different countries. As many know the common american diet is not the picture of health to begin with, but our meat consumption is vastly disproportional even taking in to account our poor diets.These studies showed that a consumption of 50g of red or processed meat heightened risk of colorectal cancer by 18%, 50g being roughly 2 slices of bacon alone, most people consuming 50g of red meat in less then a few bites while eating things like steak, ribs, or any other common barbecue dish. The WHO proceeded to deem processed meats a class 1 carcinogen, and red meats a class 2A, class 1 being on the same level as asbestos and cigarettes. While this does not mean the carcinogenic levels are equal it is merely a classification of knowledge of the carcinogenic effects.on top of the natural carcinogenic effects found in red and processed meats, the WHO neglects to mention the main Iron found in red meat, haem iron is also extremely carcinogenic and cooking the meat by means of grill or pan frying heightens the carcinogens released in meat. Siting Harvards latest cohort study, a one serving increase of red meat a day increased CVD ( cardiovascular disease) risk by 18%, and the increased cancer risk is 10% for red meat as well as 16% for processed meat. The Harvard study being spearheaded by Walter Willet who aslo concluded our bodies don't care where we get our vital amino acids but plant based foods having the best and healthiest amino acid profile. Furthering this point an America Diabetes association stated that semi vegetarians who claimed to eat meat only 2-3 times per month had double the risk of developing diabetes compared to strict vegans, bringing me to what I think is an important question. What is moderation and how does one eat meat in moderation? Now my last point that I really feel needs to be brought up is nitrosamines. Nitrosamines are another form of carcinogen found in red meat that are also found in cigarettes. Stephen Hecht states in his study of nitrosamines in red meat, that any of product found containing nitrosamines would be immediately taken out of the market due to extreme risks in human health. Ill end this post with this statement, vegan blood is found to be eight times less hospitable for cancer cells and vegans show the lowest risk of overall and female specific cancers.
  10. Israel

    The issue with peace here is this, Netanyahu. He needs to go, as his whole platform is making israel and palestine in to one large israeli state. I do support a two state solution the issue here is the Israeli people are completely destroying palestinians, the palestinians are trapped on all fronts from leaving and day by day their borders are getting smaller. The palestinians are fighting back against a state that gets millions if not billions annually not only in money but weaponry from the US, with sticks, stones and a terrorist group that is negatively effecting them. The way I look at Hamas is like gangs in the early 70's and 80's they were formed to protect people from brutality but now are being painted in a negative light and thus are acting that way as well. my biggest thing though is the idea of israel having claim to the land. I wont even touch on the biblical claim merely the claim that it was deemed as the land of the israelites. Most of the Israeli people living there are of helenistic, or european for those that dont know, descent. While the Palestinians are actual semites descended from some of the earliest inhabitants of that land.
  11. Newer Dog Lover

    So much adorableness in one thread!!!
  12. Chreees's Collection Thread

    chreees likes a big hose to put in his mouth
  13. not sure yet, trying them out at ty's suggesting cause coconara's have been meh. think theyve been warping my sessions taste