In this episode we talk about the drama between VGOD and e-liquid-recipes.com, we look at what the Heavy Metal’s in Vapor study REALLY means, and we answer a shit load of questions from Facebook.
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They can’t sue. Which is why you see copycat recipes for food, beer, etc all over the internet. It’s not a product for sale, and further, not a product for sale labeled with the brand name, and it’s posted freely by users making no profit. FYI, it was definitely damage control. They had to have had multiple meetings with Yellow about why they were hired, what products were included and what their direction was, and then someone in Vgod had to approve the list of offenders prior to letters being sent.
You should remix vgod lucious just because they’re dicks.