Welcome friends to tonight’s LIVE VLOG 2/25/21!!! NUMBER 235! Timestamps are the first pinned comment under this video. I’ll be honest, there were no superchats tonight and it was just strange… I did not enjoy that at all. We will be going through many of the regular segments tonight including Beer, Vape Mail, Liquid Tasting, Retro Vaping and more.
I have one singular vape mail package tonight which is fine. I have a truly epic retro vape tonight that cracks me up just looking at the packaging. LOW ABV BEER TONIGHT, no looking to get all crazy, just a chill evening with my fam.
And obviously, we are going to talk about THE BLACK MARKET WE WARNED YOU ABOUT!!! and how there is ZERO shock on my face right now because we have been warning for … almost literally YEARS about the black market they were creating. The war on vaping is the war on drugs 2.0. Additionally, a german court has decided that the phrase “Vaping Saves Lives” is not misleading. So that’s a win I’ll take.
If we have time there will be a getting to know GrimmGreen, because talking about records and music instead of flavor bans makes me happy, yay. Welcome everyone, gates open, come on in!
TIMESTAMPS COURTESY OF BREEZETONES
00:00 You’re In The Drawer
05:05 Hello And Welcome
08:15 My Favorite Thing
11:00 Beer Time
18:08 What I’ve Been Vaping
24:05 Earliest Vape Mail segment ever?
30:43 News & Advocacy
01:09:42 The Dixxon is coming off
01:11:22 Random Liquid Tasting
01:20:20 Actual tasting at
01:25:35 Gold goat e-liquid recap (2015)
01:27:46 Retro Vaping
01:42:32 Oliver Shout out
01:45:56 Getting to Know Grimm Green/CKY
01:53:40 Quick look around the room
Stream Specific Links
Help Build A House For Harde – Abounding In Love
Safer Nicotine Wiki
THE BEST THING EVER – THR DOC
USPS CASAA CALL TO ACTION
Not4Kids on Twitter
FDA’s Huge Counterfeit Vape Haul
USA Vape Mail Ban news/sales Megathread – Reddit
Verdict: The advertising slogan “E-cigarettes save lives” is not misleading – Germany
Less Critical Recurring Links
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