In the media, it always seems to be a case of one step forward and a big push back for those of us who vape. A positive story breaks only to be followed by a couple of negative ones. Half of them are generic to any device using a lithium-ion cell while the other negative ones mostly rely on misinterpreting data, shoddy research practice or outright lies. It is with extreme delight that we welcome the Royal College of Physicians Report.
Vaping works, we all know that. As ex-hardened smokers we all longed for an easier way to quit the evil weed and then along came the electronic cigarette. Hundreds of thousands, the millions, flocked to the new technology because it gives all the joy of smoking without the cocktail of carcinogens. Again, we all know this.
When the vape revolution began it arrived hand-in-hand with the vape competition. The close-knit community shared giveaways and joy in forum threads but then it went pear-shaped. First one, then another before eventually all competitions were on Facebook. Nowadays no self-respecting vaper can win anything without being one particular social media outlet or other.
Ever the first to bring earth-shattering vape news, we are troubled by the latest study out of California. Reportedly, this piece of research has been carried out by Stanton Grinch on behalf of the Faddy Drug Administration. Although the results look dubious, it is set to be welcomed by Senator Lean and form part of a new slew of laws.
Jock fiddled with the base of an atomiser. For a while he’d been subconsciously attempting to condense it down to the size of a black hole singularity, but the realisation of a pain growing in his thumb made him stop. Flipping it to the other hand, he rolled it between an uninjured thumb and forefinger.
We’ve been watching the growing number of vaping celebrities with interest. Nobody loves celebrities and celebrity culture more than us – they are like normal people but better, aren’t they? And what do celebrities love to do? They love to appear in over-budget blockbuster films devoid of decent screenwriting or character development. This is where we come in...
Everyone loves vape events these days. Well, everybody except Phil Busardo if his explosive outburst on Facebook is anything to go by. But everybody else seems to love a vape fiesta. Which means only one thing – we are going to bring you the very best of everything people love to do on a weekend in one ecig-based event.
Some don’t like cloud chasers. Some don’t like clone users. Some don’t like elitists. Some don’t like people who prefer RTAs. Some pour scorn on those who buy expensive juice while others mock the DIY crowd. It is evident that disharmony has crept into the vaping community – and it is our goal to bring everybody under the vaping umbrella back together again.
There is so much that the vaping community can offer the rest of society, we have developed skills and strategies that can be translated into other areas. Never has this been more relevant than to those who are currently sitting in a corner shaking and worrying if they can afford to continue with their drug of choice – sugar.
Stealthvape has obtained the script for next week’s PMQs where electronic cigarettes are discussed in earnest detail. It shocked us (as much as it probably does you) to discover that these things aren’t an open debate but a choreographed product constructed by big business and lobbyists. The PM was asked what his plans were; you will be amazed by his reply...