Living in L.A. is all the more reason to be cognizant of indoor air quality.RAI wrote:If Steve was so concerned about the air quality in his studio, that he wouldn't be burning candles, then he most certainly would not be living in Los Angeles.
Why thank you for contributing to the thread.Jenn Pix wrote:Oh boy
I can't believe this!
All right. There are candles out there with cotton wicks, without the lead or zinc in the core. There are also candles made from bee's wax (seems a good choice for Steve if you think about it...) or from soy. These smoke far less (some don't smoke at all...) than other candles.
Was this trip really necessary.?.
Bitter are we? At least I'm not the one with a Van Halen song as my username on a Steve Vai forum.Big Bad Bill wrote:Yes of course, how silly of me, you can't be a salesman since your post suggests you must be a 7 year old, little girl.
I would simply ask you and seemingly every other negativist in this thread to ponder a few things:Patill wrote:To keep this a little more scientific...don´t eat anything, don´t drink anything (and I mean anything, not just fast food stuff), and don´t breathe anymore. This way you can avoid absorbing everyday carcinogens and you will most certainly not die because of cancer...
"Dosis sola venenum facit" (Paracelsus)
Please think about this before writing things about scary candles. I don´t wanna explain any more stuff, because I wanna play the guitar .
#1 Fact: Steve is a vegetarian and he jogs. Therefore he is health conscious.
#2 I'm a fan of Steve's. I care about him, I really do, as cheesy at it sounds.
#3 There is actual data showing that components in certain candles may be unsafe. I encourage you to research this.
#4 This is a messageboard. In fact it is a messageboard which is entitled "All About Steve." I made a post. About Steve. I am entitled to do so. Regardless of its silliness factor.
So what does that all mean? It means I tried to share something, albeit eccentric and "off the wall," which I honestly thought might inspire some interesting discussion among his avid fans. I have failed in that regard, however. I can only hope that if ever browsing this forum, Steve may ponder for one-millionth-of-a-second what I've written here. I think he'd really dig the vibe a good air purifier would contribute to a studio.