Tuesday February 25th 2020 the CDC finally published their final press release regarding the “EVALI” outbreak which started in roughly june 2019. During these months of investigation by the CDC, the CDC told consumers to stop “vaping” and that “vaping” was the root cause of these lung illnesses.
Gizmodo even reported back in October of 2019 that the CDC was still telling people to “stop vaping” but questioned why stating
TUESDAY BRO TUESDAY 2/25/2020
CASAA FEDERAL FLAVOR BAN CALL TO ACTION
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 Industry. Today’s Topics include: Getting caught up on some current events. Gonna talk about the AHA / Stanton Glantz vaping studies that were retracted. A federal flavor ban is still on the schedule. I also wanted to talk about my trip to the socialist nightmare country known as the Netherlands and how honestly incredible it is.
Hey Everyone! back from my month long break and I decided to just jump back into it with a video for THE CLUTCH
The Mayo Clinic recently Tweeted about an experiment that 8th graders in Rochester NY did to show how dangerous vaping was. The idea was they would compare developing zebrafish embryos developing in a solution of water and e-liquid, to those developing in just good normal fish water.
Obviously the e liquid fish died because… you know, generally anything other than normal good fish water is going to kill a fish. Especially a DEVELOPING EMBRYO. I think this experiment could have been done with coffee or dish soap and come to the same results, but don’t take my word for it.
Here we go! Episode 1 of The Full Grimm Podcast. Been wanting to do this for a while now, and it looks like today is the day. Hoping to make these weekly as soon as my vacation is over. This Podcast will be my commentary on news and what-not that I want to have a commentary on. Full Grimm mode engaged….
Incredible video by The Economist. Level headed and based on Facts. Watch and share this everywhere you can.
Well would you just look at that? Us World and News Report recently posted an article about a study that shows what we all have known for a decade. E-Cigs are popular among smokers for quitting. Is “duh” a strong enough word here?
Hopefully, members of Congress and the industry officials will spend some time during the hearing examining the potential public health benefits e-cigarettes offer as a tool to help reduce the number of smokers in America.
My favorite freedom Guy… Guy Bentley published a fantastic article today in Reason Magazine regarding the big meeting that is happening tomorrow on the hill.
A Reddit user by the name of u/CheekyMoneyMama recently posted in the r/electronic_cigarette sub reddit with her anecdotal story of getting a CT scan recently from her doctor. She, like myself are one of the many many vapers that have received news like this from their doctor.
Recently my ENT doctor told me similar things while putting a camera down my throat. Knowing I was a 13 year smoker he said “You would have never known”. Unfortunately to people like Jerome Adams we are nothing but anecdotes. But how many anecdotes does it take before we are no longer anecdotes? Switching is quitting combustion and it boggles my mind that politicians and BodyPart ORGS can’t see past their hatred of JUUL and nicotine.
Read her story below
By analyzing common themes across the Instagram images, the researchers found that over 70% contained e-juices and devices, which contain higher nicotine concentrations and are often popular among e-cigarette novices. The analytics data shared by the vaping influencers also showed that many of their followers were underage (13 to 17 years old).
I’m calling BS on this article and their research on vape influencers. They don’t name the influencers that were interviewed and they don’t provide any evidence that any of their followers were underage. They simply say “many of them were underage”
Well here are my Instagram analytics