Monday, January 14, 2013

Bob Evans now totally smoke free- not allowing ecig smokers.

We have enjoyed eating at our local Bob Evans so often. So we were shocked when we went in there to eat  this past weekend as usual and we were told that Mr. L. could no longer vape his ecig in the restaurant. The manager told us that either he had to stop smoking it or we had to leave. 
Shocked was beyond the words I can say we had. Since an ecig is in no way a tobacco product. The manager said he knew that, but it was their policy as of the 1st of this year.  
I have to ask how many more of our rights are going to be taken away from us??? They took away the smoking- which people reluctantly accepted and now they are taking away the safe way of smoking. Which harms no one by it's vapor. 
Did you know that there are many different flavors that you can get for ecigs? If you ever set next to someone who vapes, you might smell coca-cola, tutti-fruti, or even blueberry, along with bubblegum and watermellon. Who wouldn't want to set next to someone with something that smells like that than a stinky cigg.? 
Besides did you know that some people who smoke an ecig aren't even smoking a drop of nicotine? That's right there is a 0 nicotine juice they can order just to vape in the ecig? So you wouldn't even know if the person vaping next to you is even truely vaping any nicotine or not. 
Some like the smell and the habit of it or the calmness of the action. 
Much like crocheting to relax. Or even a cup of coffee to wake you up or relax in the middle of the day.  

Are you aware of any other restaurants where vaping is no long allowed? 
What are your thoughts on this subject, either as our rights being taken away from us or just being fed up with the politics of it all??

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Did they really say that?

Can you believe someone actually wrote this in a newspaper? Do they actually think meat is made at the store? I had to read this twice to make sure I read it right. 

Friday, January 4, 2013

Easiest way to save $1378 by the end of the year.

I was sent this in an email and thought it was a pretty simple way to save money without breaking the bank. So I wanted to share it here with everyone in hopes of encouraging you to maybe try this, this year to see if you can save this much by the end of the year. Especially with the way the fiscal cliff turned out.

I hope everyone had a nice beginning to the New Year. Stayed safe! Maybe watched the ball drop? As for us we just watched some movies and talked to the kids and grand kids at midnight on the phone, then hit the hay.