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2 Secrets: How They Deceptively Try to Ban E-Cigs
Call me crazy...a conspiracy theorist...or what have you, but I am just going with what makes logical sense here! Please tell me if these reasons make sense, as to why people in the business have it so rough!
1.) E-cig Business Owners Can Barely Advertise
It is widely understood that people are not able to advertise tobacco, nicotine, and alcohol online, but what is the problem with e-cigs? They do not contain any of the above mentioned substances, and cannot harm anyone unless used as a weapon! So, Google AdWords, Yahoo, and BingAds have excluded words such as tobacco, cigarettes...etc. But now they have banned alternative words, such as "vape", "vaping", and "vaporizer"! If a prostitute can't advertise using the word "prostitution", but is able to use the word "escort" to advertise herself/himself...why can't people in the vaping industry use alternative words?
There is an underground deal between major tobacco companies, the government, and the major search engines, where the tobacco companies are paying them to restrict us from advertising, so we aren't enabled to steal the bigger market for people who want to quit smoking.
2.) E-cigs Are Being Banned in Public Places
Nowadays, I am starting to see more and more venues ban e-cigarettes from their grounds. As if the disgusting odor and harmful carcinogens are disturbing bystanders...c'mon now...if there are people that are bothered by water vapor, I can assume they dont walk outside after it rains on a sunny, hot day...when the rain is EVAPORATING...Or maybe they wear their shirts over their faces when addding water to the meal they're preparing in a frying/sautee pan. I assume these people are also your top-cop, neighborhood watch, George Zimmerman types that need to get a life, a dog...or a porn mag.
I can understand why restaurants may do this for their patrons, but banning them from parks and other open areas is just another way for the government to take our freedom, keep the Tobacco industry alive, and let people embrace their addictions. I cannot find a single reason as to why else they would ban e-cigs from recreational areas!
Again, I am just thinking logically here. I am not the guy who is always right, nor am I self-absorbed in the least bit, so correct me if you think I am wrong...or crazy lol