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After many years in the Royal Air Force and a posting to RAF Coltishall Wally also created the Solarscope mobile disco's with gigs as far as Manchester. He was resident DJ at Scamps Nightclub in Norwich during the 70's and had a show on Hospital Radio Norwich.
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Friday, January 9, 2009

Go on - have a fag - ANYWHERE!

For my birthday this week, the good Mrs. Webb treated me to a packet of cigarettes. No ordinary ones, this is the 21st century electronic cigarette. As you can see, you get the packet, which holds spare tips, two battery sections and the atomiser that the tip fits onto. You screw the battery to the atomiser section to activate it. Drawing on the 'cigarette' produces a safe smoke which contains a small amount of nicotine to give you your 'fix'. Each tip equals about four fagsworth! It costs 40p for five which is the equivalent of 20 cigarettes.
The kit comes complete with a charger for the lithium batteries and as I prefer menthol, Sheri chose that flavour. She ordered online and they came the next day. I'm still getting used to it but already I've smoked less ordinary cigarettes and the great thing is you can 'smoke' these ANYWHERE because they're not breaking the law. You do have to watch out for some funny stares though! A number of you have been asking me about this and for the website. There's a number of suppliers if you search but this is where Sheri got the kit from and you'll see that they warn you of cheaper imitations. Personally, I'm well impressed although some of my colleagues think it's more of a toy. After just a few days I've halved my usual consumption!
www.electroniccigarette.uk.com

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