He was only supposed to be a tour guide for the day. This was a rare opportunity for him to show off his painting skills to tourists, but the first day was a disaster. All he could manage was a couple of his less-than-good paintings on the walls of the local tourist traps.

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I met AccuVape in Vegas at Marijuana BizCon a few weeks ago and couldn’t pass up the opportunity to see the first buttonless, voltage-controlled stick battery, their V-Stick AV (priced at $24.95 on the AccuVape website. Nice!) At first glance, it looks like any other sleek vape battery (except for the round bottom), but a closer look reveals superior technology made even more elegant by its simplicity. The best part of the vape battery is, of course, the adventure. After years of resigning myself to smoking dull flowers at home for fear that some Ned would alert the authorities, vape technology now allows me to smoke dope on the go, so I went to the National Museum of Women in Art. I wanted to go to Magnetic Fields, a special exhibition of abstract art by black artists, because of course I wanted to see the black dragon from advertising. First, let’s talk about why the AccuVape V-Stick AV is thinner than the average smart. It doesn’t have a button, which means you can’t accidentally turn it on in your pocket or bag – you have to make a motion to turn the battery on. The voltage can be adjusted to handle juices of different viscosity. A typical voltage regulated battery uses a complicated sequence of button presses, first to turn it on, then to change the voltage, but half the time I turn it off again. The AccuVape V-Stick AV is simply a button on the bottom that you set to the desired voltage. Good. And because it can be difficult to see the settings on the fly, the colored indicator above the button shows you what voltage you’re using. Via USB it is fully charged in fifteen minutes, but even if you only have five, you can use it for a few hours. Finally, these slim, pen-shaped batteries don’t require a lithium-ion power source, so you don’t have to worry about maintenance. That’s good news for me, because I’m sloppy with my stuff and I don’t want to give Karma an easy chance to blow me up. Let them hit a moving target, baby! word-image-17969 word-image-17970 I took a dozen puffs of this Jetty’s Extracts Indica vape cartridge I bought at Joint Delivery Co while on my way to the museum. It has good power, but I wanted to look at the art a little more and I wanted to make sure I was completely cured. I had never been to Women in the Arts before, and it was very fancy. The painted portraits of historical women were unremarkable, but on my way to the Magnetic Fields exhibition (which, by the way, runs until January 21), I found a series of photographs that caught my attention, titled 100 Little Deaths by Janaina Tshape. On the six works in the NWMA, a young brunette lay face down. They looked like crime scene photos, but stripped of blood, as if their hearts had just surrendered, their faces hidden. I wanted to stay to decipher these visual riddles, but since I was the only young man walking around the establishment, I figured people would get goosebumps if I kept looking at dead girls. word-image-17971 I cannot get rid of the feeling of violence in these images, when in fact there is no violence. So I headed to the Black Veil Dragon and came across many impressive pieces along the way, but none attracted me as much as this sculpture. Rough and slimy, this midnight homunculus was striking in its appearance. He speaks of violence and anger, and when I discussed this with another visitor, she told me that some of her friends found him very disturbing. I do not. I was struck by the terrible beauty of this monster, this thinking beast, this guilt dug into dark places and transformed into matter and weapons. Maybe I’m projecting a bit, because it’s called El Gato – The Cat, by Chakaya Booker. It doesn’t matter. I want it. No. I want it bigger. word-image-17972 word-image-17973 I need an alibi in case something happens to this thing. That’s great. I’m fine. I was a little excited. Besides El Gato, there were a lot of other things that were really cool too, check out the rest of my photos below! If you want to go on your own worry-free vape adventure, head over to the AccuVape website to get your own V-Stick AV – and wholesale prices are available if you’re one of the many I-71 brands that read my site and want to make your vape cartridge donors even happier with a great and affordable battery this holiday season. And don’t forget to subscribe to my newsletter to receive new photos of monster cats and more! word-image-17974 Harlem Flag by Abigail Deville word-image-17975 Victoria’s Secret by Robin Kahn word-image-17976 From Winter to Spring 4 Deborah Dancy word-image-17977 Sylvia Snowden word-image-17978 Annika von Hauswolf, nameless word-image-17979 La Llamada (call) Remedios Varo

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