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LOL. Obama, you hypocrite... independent people are able to make their own decisions about their own lives?! And Putin is not abiding by that principle?! SAY WHAT?! LOL. Come on, Mr. President. I'm no Putin supporter or anything but where are you pointing that finger of yours? Lol.

In Washington, President Obama said his administration's push to punish Putin put the U.S. on "the side of history that, I think, more and more people around the world deeply believe in, the principle that a sovereign people, an independent people, are able to make their own decisions about their own lives. And, you know, Mr. Putin can throw a lot of words out there, but the facts on the ground indicate that right now he is not abiding by that principle."

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/03/05/kerry-to-meet-with-russian-foreign-minister-amid-war-words-over-ukraine/?cmpid=cmty_plus_fn 
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One tip another Kraken owner, in one of the vaping communities I frequent here on G+, told me was to keep the cotton wick short so that the juice can flow freely in the tank --no air pockets.

Usually people like to cut the wick just above the base, but what I've learned was to cut it so that it's higher and closer to the middle of the center shaft. Obviously, you have to tilt to wick with either methods, but from what I've noticed with cutting it slightly shorter, my cotton wicks better for some reason. It also doesn't turn dark orange-brown as quickly.

Another thing I learned was to not stuff/suffocate the wick holes and the coils. You have to let it breathe a little by not using so much cotton. This doesn't mean it will leak if you do this. I have yet to experience any leaking, in fact.

Last, but not least, on top of keeping your cotton wick just the right thickness and shorter, you should also make the wicks identical (or as close to being identical as much as possible). That way both sides wick the same, produce even vapor and the flavor and hit is buttery smooth.
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My happy Kraken build so far.

.28 gauge A1 kanthal twisted
4 wraps
.34 Ohms
organic cotton wick
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Sometimes I want to feel like Gandalf and other times I just want a good vape. Lol.

(Kraken has .28g twisted, .34 Ohms, 4 wraps.)
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It really is. I have yet to find that perfect build but this twisted .28 gauge with 4 wraps is getting there. I vaped it on my King with a Sony VTC4 battery and it was delicious!
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Just don't ask about Obamacare, Benghazi, Fast and Furious, AP, NSA, IRS, etc. Lol.
 
Do you have a question for President Obama about the State of the Union? Here’s your chance to ask it face-to-face in a live Hangout on January 31.

For the opportunity to participate, upload a video stating your name, location, a little bit about yourself, and your question for the President. Post the video on Google+ or YouTube with the hashtag #AskObama2014. 
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Sean Ong

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LOL. Obama, you hypocrite... independent people are able to make their own decisions about their own lives?! And Putin is not abiding by that principle?! SAY WHAT?! LOL. Come on, Mr. President. I'm no Putin supporter or anything but where are you pointing that finger of yours? Lol.

In Washington, President Obama said his administration's push to punish Putin put the U.S. on "the side of history that, I think, more and more people around the world deeply believe in, the principle that a sovereign people, an independent people, are able to make their own decisions about their own lives. And, you know, Mr. Putin can throw a lot of words out there, but the facts on the ground indicate that right now he is not abiding by that principle."

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/03/05/kerry-to-meet-with-russian-foreign-minister-amid-war-words-over-ukraine/?cmpid=cmty_plus_fn 
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One tip another Kraken owner, in one of the vaping communities I frequent here on G+, told me was to keep the cotton wick short so that the juice can flow freely in the tank --no air pockets.

Usually people like to cut the wick just above the base, but what I've learned was to cut it so that it's higher and closer to the middle of the center shaft. Obviously, you have to tilt to wick with either methods, but from what I've noticed with cutting it slightly shorter, my cotton wicks better for some reason. It also doesn't turn dark orange-brown as quickly.

Another thing I learned was to not stuff/suffocate the wick holes and the coils. You have to let it breathe a little by not using so much cotton. This doesn't mean it will leak if you do this. I have yet to experience any leaking, in fact.

Last, but not least, on top of keeping your cotton wick just the right thickness and shorter, you should also make the wicks identical (or as close to being identical as much as possible). That way both sides wick the same, produce even vapor and the flavor and hit is buttery smooth.
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Thanks! I know I can do better but this is only my 3rd trial. Luckily for me, I have coworkers who vape, and one of them has a Kraken so I get to do a lot of practice builds. He lets me build his since we both have the same tastes for vaping.
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My happy Kraken build so far.

.28 gauge A1 kanthal twisted
4 wraps
.34 Ohms
organic cotton wick
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I've been wanting to out of curiosity. I will next time!
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Sometimes I want to feel like Gandalf and other times I just want a good vape. Lol.

(Kraken has .28g twisted, .34 Ohms, 4 wraps.)
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It's not tthat one. I got it from a seller on eBay named 510central. My coworker found one on FastTech, too.
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Just don't ask about Obamacare, Benghazi, Fast and Furious, AP, NSA, IRS, etc. Lol.
 
Do you have a question for President Obama about the State of the Union? Here’s your chance to ask it face-to-face in a live Hangout on January 31.

For the opportunity to participate, upload a video stating your name, location, a little bit about yourself, and your question for the President. Post the video on Google+ or YouTube with the hashtag #AskObama2014. 
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A husband, father, and a geek.
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aka Seanzky

I guess other than being a father of a little boy and a little girl and a husband to the best wife I could have possibly married, my hobbies define me. I have so many hobbies that it's the first thing people learn about me. Ranging from outdoor stuff like road/mountain biking, hiking, camping, spin/fly fishing to playing team sports like baseball, basketball, etc. I'm into everything. You name it, I've either tried it or it's on my list of things to do. I currently play airsoft and I used to play semi-pro/amateur-ish paintball with an NYC team (woodsball with buddies on non-practice days). I'm into PC gaming, Android devices, custom laptops and PCs, DSLRs and lenses, electric and nitro RC, etc.

You can say I'm quite a high maintenance guy. LOL. But I'm lots of fun to be around with and not everything I do costs a lot of money. I can think of a bazillion activities to do with a group of friends or just with my family that costs nothing. The only requirement is that you have to be super adventurous because I'm very spontaneous and you have to be ready to run 6 miles at a second's notice. I also have a very good sense of humor, from crude and dirty jokes to making sophisticated, sarcastic comebacks.
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I'm a family man. The only thing tougher than being a father is being a mother or a single parent so you can say I'm in the "Top 3". Lol.
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