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I feel that may not have been the case, since they literally had a sub category named e-cigarette until just a day or two ago.Honestly, about six years ago.
They were really bad at enforcing it though
lazy parenting? tired parenting? digital babysitters? and big government telling you want you can and can't do and the media pushing all the secret agendas to the masses so the lazy ill-informed follow the leader.Teens with credit cards and toddlers playing with smart phones.
What is this planet coming to?
I 100% agree. I have two teenage boys. I know everything they buy online. It takes minimal effort as a parent, and there are tools available to assist the ones that want an extra layer of protection or doesn't want to actively monitor their kids on their own. I get emails for any and all online transactions they do, and physically see the contents of every package they received. I have always thought poorly of parents that just have kids, not raise them. I tell them they don't raise kids, they just own some. That never has went over well.If you look back through the forums search history this question has been asked at least three different times.
They cleared the vape stuff out in 2014, 2016, and now here two days ago.
The vape stuff slowly came back after time the previous two times.
Who knows what will happen this time.
I don't care what anyone says if you have a kid ordering mysterious items online that are ending up your mail box then that it a parenting issue.
Banks can't hold contracts with minors without parental consent.
If you let your 15 year old think they are an adult by having unchecked access to a bank card and a PayPal account try not to be too shocked if they try to buy adult things with it.
You win the internet!lazy parenting? tired parenting? digital babysitters? and big government telling you want you can and can't do and the media pushing all the secret agendas to the masses so the lazy ill-informed follow the leader.
I imagine that did not go over well. How dare anyone tell them how to raise their children! LOLI have always thought poorly of parents that just have kids, not raise them. I tell them they don't raise kids, they just own some. That never has went over well.
thats what happens with this so called modern generation of parenting there are plenty of articles on the subject of what changed over the last 50 years but the single most prominent item i can think of is what some call "helicopter parenting " the need to make sure dear baby does not cry and that causes them to grow up differently then say the kids of the older generation where mom and dad where only concerned with (survival) will it kill them if not let them cry and learn not to do it again. hell a quick google might even find articles that say just that in some paraphrased way.I imagine that did not go over well. How dare anyone tell them how to raise their children! LOL
Many seem to think if they can have children they automatically know best how to raise them.
Schools are just babysitters...
I bought Cuttwood juice a few times there and some coils and DTs. The listings were pulled right after the sale was made, but the packages arrived okay from here in this country.I noticed the vape stuffs showed up and disappeared quickly for over a year now. It seems that if the sellers are from UK or Hong Kong, they won't have their listings pulled off because the ebay rules over there allow selling them. With the recent news about vaping, I guess Ebay has started to restrict these listings to only appear in the sellers' region.
Lol Yep, but it’s worse possibly if you don’t clean and end up tripping over all that stuff! I’ve done it, sigh.You know how it is when you clean your house up nice. Before you know it it is all cluttered up again