In this vaping video I give you vapers a first look at the Yihi SX Mini M Class Temperature Control Mod. And I also revisit the 0.5 OHM BTDC Arctic heads which I received from an online vape...
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Friday, April 24, 2015
Why is the CDC lying about e-cigs?
For years anti-smoking activists and public health officials have tried to justify their irrational hatred of electronic cigarettes by arguing that vaping leads to smoking, especially among impressionable young people who otherwise would never touch tobacco. But that is not happening. To the contrary, vaping and smoking rates among teenagers are moving in opposite directions. Rather than admit they were wrong to claim that e-cigarettes are a “gateway” to the conventional kind, opponents of vaping have escalated their prevarications by implying, in defiance of all scientific evidence, that there is no important difference between the two kinds of nicotine delivery devices.
According to the latest numbers from the National Youth Tobacco Survey, which the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released last week, 13.4 percent of high school students reported past-month use of e-cigarettes in 2014, up from 4.5 percent in 2013. During the same period, the rate of past-month e-cigarette use among middle school students rose from 1.1 percent to 3.9 percent. “E-Cigarette Use Triples Among Middle and High School Students in Just One Year,” said the headline over the CDC’s press release, which spawned myriad news reports highlighting that point.
Less noticed was a fact relegated to the fourth paragraph: “Cigarette use declined among high school students and remained unchanged for middle school students.” Among high school students, 9.2 percent reported past-month cigarette use in 2014, down from 12.7 percent in 2013. Among middle school students, 2.5 percent reported past-month cigarette use, down from 2.9 percent in 2013. The latter drop was not statistically significant, which is why the CDC says the rate “remained unchanged.”
Read the full article by clicking HEREhttp://ift.tt/1z2qFB2 April 24, 2015 at 07:04PM GrimmGreen.com http://ift.tt/177rnJE http://ift.tt/1zWdz3p
Very interesting video that raises some good questions and has some pretty fantastic info as well.
Thanks to James for posting this on Facebook
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Thursday, April 23, 2015
A PBusardo Review - SX Mini M Class Part 2 In Part 2 we see just how the SX-Mini M-Class is doing temp limiting as compared to the DNA-40 and do our thumbs up and down. We also announce the...
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A PBusardo Review & Contest Winner - SX-Mini M-Class - Part 1 In Part 1 we talk about temp control, some of me experiences with it, take a look at the SX-Mini M-Class top to bottom and compare...
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Wednesday, April 22, 2015
So Danger brought us word about a New York Times report indicating that figures show teens love them some vaping. Picture roving bands of teens, vaping on their bikes, rolling through thick clouds of vapor as they search for their next big score. It’s a hellscape that not even George Miller could’ve conceived. At least it would be if part if it wasn’t fake.
According to Gawker, pieces of the initial Times report might’ve been a hoax committed by Twitter user and Huey Lewis fan drugleaf. Here’s the passage in question:
Joe Stevonson, 18, a senior at a high school in Jackson, Miss., said he used e-cigarettes to quit smoking, after the habit started affecting his ability to play sports. He prefers a flavor called Courtroom, endorsed by the rapper Lil Ugly Mane, which is described on websites where it is sold as “a medley of things you might want while waiting for the jury to convict.”
As for whether he still craved cigarettes, “the only thing that’s really missing is feeling like your entire mouth is coated in dirt,” he said. “I’ve seen a lot of people who don’t smoke pick them up because it looks cool. But for every person I’ve met like that, I’ve met another using it like it’s a medicine against cigarettes.”
If you couldn’t guess, “Stevonson” isn’t real. Lil Ugly Mane on the other hand is very real (and the song “Wishmaster” is not bad). Leaf took to Twitter to reveal the ruse and give some detail on how it happened.
Shocking, A fabricated article that makes vaping look bad. Read the whole article by clicking the link below.http://ift.tt/1Etlk80 April 22, 2015 at 06:06PM GrimmGreen.com http://ift.tt/177rnJE http://ift.tt/eA8V8J
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In this vaping video I give you vapers a sneak peek at the Aspire Atlantis V2 Clearomizer Tank. The regulated mods I was using was The HBDNA 40 and the Tesla 120 Watt.
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Sunday, April 12, 2015
SFATA NorCal and SoCal would wish to thank everyone who attended the Senate Health Committee hearing on Senator Leno’s SB 140 bill last Wednesday in Sacramento, CA. We were touched by the huge turnout in California and can’t express this any clearer than to say, wevery much appreciate you being there with us, in force! We lost count and doing a sign-up sheet wasn’t cutting it but our best estimate was that there were well over 150 of us gathered there that day.
The view I had from the witness stand might have been slightly different from the rest but, let me tell you, when the committee chairman asked who wished to voice their opposition and everyone, more than 80% of the audience, all at once, rose out of their chairs… that was a sight to behold and a strong visual that I’ll never forget.
The battle on SB 140 isn’t over yet, though. As it passed the committee with a majority vote (and not unanimously as some have stated incorrectly) the bill will now move on to the Senate Appropriations committee. In the meantime we will continue working on the bill with everything we’ve got. I got a lot of questions when it will come up on the agenda and the simple answer is, nobody knows. It could be a few weeks. It could be a few months. Keep in mind that California has legislative sessions that span a full two years.
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Thursday, April 9, 2015
In this vaping video I talk about the Petri RDA by dOtMOd which I received from an online vaping shop called http://ift.tt/1kLaIba. The regulated box mod I was using was the Tesla 120 Watt.
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