Ultimately I now consider myself an ex smoker who was able to give up due to VAPING and solely due to vaping. I agree some willpower was required but I'm convinced without vaping I'd be smoking to this day.
Those words described me exactly. I'd say it covers many others too.
I am in total agreement the law is an ass in relation to vaping - and the apparent different legal approaches between states within our one country is completely *nuckin futs*.
But we are working from the perspective we know vaping works to kick the smokes and we believe it is a far less harmful option that the one we were previous hooked on. However, I do not believe the decision makers in the various govt areas around oz have OUR best interests at heart. Rather money appears to rule much of their approach to smoking and vaping. The old saying of "follow the money" certainly does seem relevant here - what provides the govt most: Vaping or smoking? So just how much tax is levied on a packet of smokes nowdays? Damn, I'm glad I'm free of paying that.
What can I say? Ensure you have stocks to cover your ..... behind should the worst come to pass.