… Is the uberly difficult to pronounce word of the minute, hour, day, week, month, year and indefinite future, so it seems… at least as far as vaping is concerned.
Indefatigable, pronounced “in-di-fat-i-guh-buhl”, is an adjective used to describe a person or entity, usually in regards to their efforts, that is incapable of being tired out; not yielding to fatigue; untiring.
An example sentence with this word would read like so:
“Despite the volume of good data backed by established scientists, the indefatigable Big Tobacco lobbyists continue to pursue any and all means, be it unscrupulous, in hopes of derailing vaping.”
If it’s not an exploding vape pen battery that makes headline news, it’s the candy-flavored vape juice or E liquids that are “too sweet”, and therefore said to be “targeting the youth”. Just the other day, Manhattan Assemblywoman, Linda Rosenthal, said that she wants to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarette liquids to curb teen vaping. Read more about what she said here.
Rarely is news on the ills of cigarette smoking disseminated across major media outlets. And in the rare occurrence that mass media does highlight the damaging effects of smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes, I’d wager that it would not be in plain view.
Today, like most days, news outlets nationwide are ensuring that our minds are fed a healthy dose of rhetoric detrimental to the vaping industry, news that is geared toward thwarting a movement that is saving countless lives.
In keeping with the idea of feeding healthy information, I came across this article from Rocket Courier News. It’s a great read. Well worth your time. The piece is called, “Cancer Victim’s Obituary Offers Warning to Smokers”.
“If you want a look at just how pervasive cigarette smoking was back in the 1960’s, you need to have a look at an old commercial for Winston cigarettes featuring the characters from the popular cartoon series The Flintstones. Search for it on Google using the words Flintstones Winston commercial. You’ll end up at YouTube watching Barney, Fred and Wilma enjoying a Winston. So, it’s no wonder that so many boomers became cigarette smokers. Of course, nobody talked much about the dangers of smoking back in the 1960’s. We had to find that out for ourselves.”
Read the full article here.
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