Coloring Vape Smoke, Florida MMJ, and Accepting Rejection

Dear Brian,
What web site can I go to and purchase marijuana legally and have it ship to me in Florida if I am a marijuana patient?

There are plenty of places that will ship cannabis to you, but none of them are legal.

Also Florida isn’t a state that recognized medical marijuana, so there’s no possible way for you to be a “marijuana patient” in that state.

Lucky for you, the United States has a wide variety of transportation options available for you to actually move to one of the large number of states in the U.S. where medical marijuana is actually legal. You can take a train, plane, or automobile (or even a boat, if you’re on the west coast of Florida).

Get up and move to a state where it’s legal, or you will be at constant risk of being arrested and it’s your own fault.

Dear Brian,
Is there vape juice out there that produces colorful smoke?

Not that I’m aware of, and if there is, it can’t possibly be any good for you. You can use lighting to color the vape. That’s how it’s done on stage when they use propylene glycol for smoke effects.

Also LMAO at the guy who says manufacturers wouldn’t add it because they know it’s dangerous. Businesses will sell you anything you’re willing to buy and I can assure you the large majority of vape businesses are far more concerned with their bottom line than selling you anything healthy.

It’s simply naive to think they wouldn’t immediately sell you colored vape if it were possible, especially in the vape industry. More than just flavorings are bad – propylene glycol is in the same chemical family as antifreeze, and is in fact used as a “natural” antifreeze. It’s only added for the sole purpose of making you feel the burn in your throat.

While pro-vaping competitions may use a pure vegetable glycerin juice, everything you see in retail has PG added to it, thus completely disproving this idea.

Also on the ecigs themselves, the metals used in the coil aren’t titanium and are therefore putting you at risk for metal poisoning. On top of this, many of these companies are sourcing second-rate products from China that carry even more health risks (from the wick to the plastic in the tank).

The vape industry is entirely marketing, and you should never believe the dumbass marketing ideas like “the industry wouldn’t do it if they knew it would harm you,” because there are just entirely too many examples that completely disprove this cockamamie theory.

Dear Brian,
Which is worse – someone replying telling you they’re not interested or them not replying at all?

I understand that they are both forms of rejection and each hurts or can hurt equally as much, but which do you feel is the lesser or worse of the two evils – a personal rejection note or them completely ignoring you?

Neither makes any difference to me, though I suppose that’s because I’m used to rejection.

Whether dating or working, I look at everything in life as a numbers game. On average, I’ll apply for about 50 jobs and hit on about 50 women a month while in cruise control.

If I actually sit down and focus, I can double those numbers in a single day and keep up that pace for as long as it takes to get laid or land a gig. When focusing like that, I’d say about 2 weeks is the longest its taken to achieve my goal.

That would put me at a pace of about 1500 applications/attempts per month if I continued. So my rate is about 749 no’s for every yes I receive, whether personally or professionally. That’s me.

If I dwelt on each of those 749 no’s, I would’ve committed suicide from mass depression by now. Instead I focus on the yeses, which are more numerous than your average person – see how that works?

As for your question of which is worse, I’d rather someone actually tell me no. That’s a response and gives me a chance to retort. I’ve turned quite a few no’s around that way.

Hell, I’ve even had a few women who worked at a place I’ve been rejected from contact me on the side to say they didn’t agree with the decision their company made and they really like me.

The more you try, the more variety of yeses you’ll receive. Remember it only takes a 35% hit percentage for a baseball player to reach the hall of fame.

Don’t dwell on the no’s.

Brian Penny versability whistleblower shirtless poolBrian Penny is a former Business Analyst and Operations Manager at Bank of America turned whistleblower, troll, and freelance writer. His work has appeared in High Times, Huffington Post, Fast Company, Hardcore Droid, and Lifehack.

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