My old PC has just been sitting there for several years. I have been meaning to give it purpose for a while now, and have finally decided it will be better suited to some of the things I want to do that my Raspberry Pi just can't hack.
All video game players are "once-through as quick as possible, never pick it up again" type players? If that's the case, no-one would be buying OoT 3D because they've played it before - I completed the ROM 8 times and still bought the 3DS version (my first purchase of OoT). And this morning I managed to catch the Hyrule Loach for the first time.
On 26th February 2014, MEPs from the East of England region (among others) passed the Tobacco Products Directive including Article 18 which means once it enters the UK and other EU countries' statute books it will be impossible to source e‑liquid with a concentration greater than 20 mg/ml (milligrams of nicotine per millilitre) from within the EU unless someone applies for a marketing authorisation (MA) for that product. Such an MA being granted is unlikely.
Therefore, once my supply of 72 mg/ml e‑liquid has been used, and assuming I don't stockpile before the legislation comes into effect (2015? 2016?) I will have no choice but to either (a) take up smoking again, or (b) buy questionable quality e‑liquid from China. Vaping is already more expensive than smoking would be for me, and this legislation will make vaping unaffordable to me.
Not sure how it'll all in the freezer. When the delivery arrives Monday I'll have ~3 years supply of e-liquid, which I'll top up before #TPD