Mission Control,, the FDA destroying smoking culture?
I just wonder if there is a formula that the FDA will approve, or if the powers against harm reduction are just too powerful to ever allow such a thing.
All of us are addicted to nicotine, and are seeking a safer more acceptable way to deal with our addiction. We're the last braves out on the plains, as they try to round us up and end our culture for good, in much the same way the Native Americans were herded onto reservations.
IMHO, it's really a cultural thing. We need to accept that the real battle is whether smoking culture will be allowed to live on in the form of the electronic cigarette, or if they will succeed in burying it with us.
I ask this,,, can't we share the land? If there is a safer way to carry on smoking culture, there's really no need to eliminate it. If we can put a man on the moon, we can solve the problem of lowering the dangers of nicotine consumption, and make it safe.
Speaking of that, I was taken back to my youth while watching the historic footage of the moon landing, and man taking his first steps on a different rock in the solar system. It struck me watching these nicotine addicts guiding man into history, what's at stake. Did anyone notice that mission control was filled with second hand smoke?? There are those who want to eliminate cigarettes from view, imagine them editing the films of mission control, to not show how these brilliant people turned to nicotine as a stress relief?? I get it,,,,, do they???
I think we need to draw a line in the sand right here. If they are intent on destroying smoking culture taking nicotine down with it, we have to take a stand. You can't tell me that it's not possible to formulate juice and the devices in a way that will make it safe. Is the FDA going to stand in the way of that process, and not allow it??
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