Welcome back to Tuesday Bro Tuesday. Same show by name only.

Each week for roughly an hour and a half we will all be discussing the topics of the day. As well as current breaking news from the world of vaping, nicotine and tobacco harm reduction. Today’s Topics include: Discrediting the myth making machine. Gretchen and her flavor ban get shut down by a judge. The Bloomberg funded PAVE organization commits perjury and Iowa Attorney General Thomas J. Miller has some words for the FDA

STREAM STARTS AT 3:41 TUESDAY BRO TUESDAY 5/26/20 Michigan is at the beginning , PAVE is at the end. Tom Miller is toward the middle… I might need Jeremy for Timestamps.

Our government says e-cigarettes and vaping are the latest “epidemic” among teens. So the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says it will restrict them. Cities across the country are banning e-cigarette use in public. But e-cigarettes help smokers quit traditional cigarettes.

Michelle Minton of the Competitive Enterprise Institute tells John Stossel that people have misconceptions about e-cigarettes. “It’s about 95 percent less harmful than a normal traditional cigarette,” she says. That’s because e-cigarettes let people get a hit of nicotine without actually burning tobacco. The burning of paper and tobacco leaves is what makes cigarettes so dangerous.

Welcome to the Culture of Clouds Podcast, Episode 158!

Our main topic this week is all about A BUNCH OF VAPEY THINGS! We couldn’t pick just one vapey topic this week, so we’re doing a bunch of mini vapey topics! Kinda like a free ballin’ episode, but just for vapey things! Woot, it’s Vape Ballin’ 4!

Thanks for listening everyone!

Ruby & Grimm

Talk to literally any vaper and they will tell you a very similar story. “I’ve smoked my whole life, tried almost everything to quit, vaping was the only thing that worked.”  I have a very very similar story.  This is one of the reasons vapers get so confused when people like the Surgeon General tell smokers that vaping wont help them .

Despite Jerome Adams doing everything he can to ensure that smokers keep smoking, people have still managed to find their way to vaping and have made the switch to less harmful nicotine alternatives.  Thankfully, the science on the subject doesn’t change to fit the needs of the Surgeons General’s confusing agenda.