Welcome back to Tuesday Bro Tuesday. Same show by name only. This is possibly my most favorite live stream we have ever done here. Huge thank you to Michelle Minton.
Each week for roughly a dangle clack free 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. Michelle Minton is back!!! 100% Dangleclack free! were going to be discussing that Stanford “study” in regards to youth vaping and covid19, and why Anti-Nicotine Zealots Only Care about Science When it Says What They Want.
Welcome back to Tuesday Bro Tuesday. Same show by name only. Timestamps will be down below. Some early Dangle Clacks but Michelle was a good sport. Everything returns to normal about 13min into the stream. Going to get this issue sorted out and have her back next week.
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. As seen basically everywhere in the news this last week. The big headline says “‘We need to tell everyone’: Teens, young adults who vape more at risk for COVID-19, study says” is that what the study says? was this even a “study”? Thanks to Michelle Minton… sorry for the Dangleclacks
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.