The Difference Between a Bong and a Bubbler

For people who don’t smoke, hearing the phrases bongs and bubblers may sound pretty weird. But for those who are familiar with smoking, it’s quite common that they’ve come across one or both of these devices at least once in their lives. Smoking has been a human tradition for who knows how long, so it’s definitely useful to know about the different methods of smoking.

When it comes to choosing your method of smoking, you might be overwhelmed at how many options there are when it comes to paraphernalia you can use. These things can be used for all kinds of smoke-able substances such as tobacco, cannabis, as well as many other herbs. Some of the most popular choices for smokers are bongs and bubblers. Surprisingly enough, it is quite common to get these two mixed up.

Why Do People Get Confused About Bongs and Bubblers?

The main reason people often mix these two pieces up is simply because they are both water pipes. However, not all water pipes are created equal. Even if a person has used both a bong and a bubbler in their life, it can be easy to mistake one for the other because they are similar in ways, both in look and feel. In this article, we are going to elaborate on their distinct differences to help you better understand the difference between a bong and a bubbler.

What is a Bong?

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Lawrence Lessig: The Political Activist and Lawmaker

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Life History of Lawrence Lessig

Lester Lawrence Larry Lessing shortly called as Lester Lawrence, born on 3rd June 1961 at Rapid City, South Dakota. He took his degrees from University of Pennsylvania, Trinity College, Cambridge and Yale University. He then started his academic career as Professor at the University of Chicago Law School from almost 6 years from 1991 to 1997.
Lawrence Lessig
He was also appointed as the co-director of the Study of Constitutionalism in the Eastern Europe there. It was the same time when the Republic of Georgia was announced Republic. Lessig who was a part of the constitutionalism in helped this freshly independent state frame its constitution.For a short span of three years, he worked at the Harvard Law School, out of which he held the chair of Berkman Professor of Law for one year. Later to that he joined the Stanford Law School and established the Center for Internet and Society. Lessig again joined the Harvard as Professor and Director of the ‘Edmond J Safracenter’ for ethics, in July 2009. Later in 2013, he took the Roy L Furman Professor of Law and Leadership, under the title Aaron’s Laws: Law and Justice in the Digital Age.


The Political Career of Lawrence Lessig

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The Political Career of Lawrence Lessig

Lawrence Lessig, an American and a successful professor at the Harvard is a critic of law and politics. His ideologies and theories were very liberal and paved for new thinking. He actively participated in the political and legal affairs of states was is known for his brilliance than for the ideologies that he had. After holding various positions in the Harvard and Stanford universities he wanted to try his luck in political, during the early stages of his venture it was believed that he could be very much successful due to the law and political affiliations that he had.

Lawrence Lessig

He also believed that his experience in philosophy at the Cambridge radically changed his views and made him better at his thinking with respect to both politics and Law. He wanted to strongly put those ideologies in practice and thought that politics would be the right way to do it and pursued the Republican Political career.


The idea of Killswitch is also an imperative part of his political life and career. Killswitch is a film that released in the year 2014, featuring Lessig in the lead. The film also features Aaron Swarts his dear student, Tim Wu, and Edward Snowden. The film was premiered