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Zed Grimm Vapes – Living the vape life! Skip to content Zed Grimm Vapes Living the vape life! Menu and widgets Getting Around About me Recent Posts Vape A Vet survey Greg Gutfeld on Vaping Grimm Green says it well … CASAA Call-to-Action Welcome to Zed Grimm Vapes Categories advocacy CASAA Vapelife Why I vape Vape A Vet survey I stole this from a Facebook post on the CASAA page. It was originally posted by a fella named Will Cohen. Full disclosure: I don’t know nor can I vouch for will, but the post was approved by a CASAA admin, so I’m comfortable re posting it here. I am sharing it for any other vets who might want to tell their story. I did it. It took about 10 minutes but if you already have your story typed out somewhere, it will go a lot quicker. The Vape a Vet Project has a meeting with the OMB and OIRA, as well as a number of Senators and members of Congress on November 30, 2015. This meeting is vitally important in saving our industry from imminent destruction through inappropriate regulation. In our meeting, we will present data from our studies and records of the individual veterans we have served at Vape A Vet. We would like to solidify our stance by bringing YOUR story to Washington, DC. Our goal is to bring 1,000 stories to Washington, explicitly stating how vaping has helped to change and/or save your life! Please take a minute and fill out our survey. It could make all the difference in the world for your brothers and sisters who are still struggling with tobacco. Here is the link to the survey. I urge all my brothers and sisters in arms to step up to the plate. Thank you for your service, now lets help advocate! Posted on November 17, 2015Categories advocacy, CASAA, Why I vapeLeave a comment on Vape A Vet survey Greg Gutfeld on Vaping This was broadcast in April of 2014 but it is still relevant today considering the Call to Action we are in the midst of. Check it out … Posted on October 29, 2015Categories advocacy, Why I vapeLeave a comment on Greg Gutfeld on Vaping Grimm Green says it well … Check this out … … and then take action. The number to call Wednesday is (202) 456-1111. Call and pass this on to a friend. Have them call too. Live to vape, vape to live! Posted on October 27, 2015October 27, 2015Categories advocacy, CASAALeave a comment on Grimm Green says it well … CASAA Call-to-Action **EDITED TO CORRECT WHITE HOUSE PHONE NUMBER** Regarding the pending proposed deeming regulations under deliberation at the FDA, an anti-vaping group called the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids is calling for a massive call-in demanding the President put pressure on the Food and Drug Administration to institute those deeming regulations as written. If the FDA puts the rules into effect, CASAA, the Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association, says 99.9 percent of vapor products available to vapers today will be off the market and unavailable for purchase. The regulations will do that by stating that anything created/invented after 2007 cannot be sold without being tested and approved by the FDA. That would, in effect, force manufacturers to pull all non-approved products manufactured since 2007 (mods, atomizers, tanks, etc.) off the market until the FDA approval process finishes. You know how long it takes for new drugs to get to the market? Yeah, think along those lines. They suggest you contact your representative through a personalizable form e-mail and will even look up your representatives and put their addresses on the e-mail for you. They also suggest that we call the White house to make our voices heard. Here is the call to action as copied from the CASAA website. Here is a primer and short history on the deeming regulations. Here is the text of that call to action with embedded links: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2015 National Call to Action: Tell the White House to urge FDA to re-work the deeming regulations so that life-saving vapor products can remain on the market! Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest (Please note: At the time of this writing, changes to the FDA deeming regulations have not been published. CASAA’s assessment of the FDA’s proposed regulations is based on the version that was published in 2014. That having been said, it will take nothing short of a complete overhaul of the proposed deeming rule in order to allow nearly even 10% of vapor products currently on the market to remain on the market.) Today, Tuesday, October 27th, longtime vaping opponent the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK) has organized a call-in action to urge President Obama to put pressure on the FDA to finalize their Tobacco Deeming Regulations. What CTFK and others are failing to mention is that if the deeming regulations are enacted as written, 99.9% of the vapor products currently on the market will be gone within two to four years. Make no mistake, the current proposed regulations will have a devastating impact on consumers and businesses alike; not to mention the obvious damage to public health. First, if you have not already done so, it is critical that you send an email to your Congressional representative and Senators asking them to support and co-sponsor HR 2058, a bill that would stop the FDA from banning 99%-plus of vapor products. Second, please take a moment, on Wednesday, October 28th, to Call the White House at 202-456-1111. We have provided talking points below. Third, please share this post with your friends. Talking points: I am calling to urge President Obama to protect consumer choice and demand that the FDA re-work its Tobacco Deeming Regulations so that the existing wide variety of e-cigarette and vapor products can remain on the market. As written, the FDA’s proposed e-cigarette regulations will remove 99.9% of vapor products from the market. Please briefly share your personal story about switching to vapor products. Make sure to include any improvements in health you have experienced or, perhaps, that your doctor has observed. If the variety of flavors are important to you, be sure to mention that too. Thank you. I hope we can count on the President to protect adult access to these life-saving products. I realize that activism isn’t for everyone. I get it. But if we are going to stand for the right to vape, together and with one voice, we need to get involved. CASAA makes it as simple as possible for you to have your voice heard so take the first step and get involved. Speaking of first steps, your VERY first step is to join CASAA. It’s free, it’s quick and it’s the best way to stay informed on what the vaper haters are trying to do to our industry. Get involved. You’ll be surprised at how good it feels. Posted on October 27, 2015October 27, 2015Categories advocacy, CASAA, VapelifeTags advocacy, CASAA, VapelifeLeave a comment on CASAA Call-to-Action Welcome to Zed Grimm Vapes My name is Zed. I am about to be 54 years old. I started smoking when I was 9 years old. I smoked two packs of cigarettes for more than 40 years. I liked smoking. I liked the taste, the smell, the throat hit and the feel of the smoke as I sucked it deep into my lungs. I just enjoyed the whole process. The older I got, however, I could tell the toll that my habit was having on my health. I was constantly short of breath, I coughed all the time, my chest hurt … I was a mess. I knew I needed to quit and I needed to do it sooner rather than later. I’m sure you know the feeling, but I loved it so damned much I kept putting it off. I never got serious about it and probably never would have if life hadn’t kicked me in the guts. My younger brother was just like me. He started smoking about the same age I did … maybe a little later but not by much. He smoked and drank hard his whole life. He turned 50 in late 2014. In April of 2015 he started coughing up blood so he went to have it checked out. It was stage three lung cancer. Oh and he has cancer of the liver too, because why go in for a penny when you can go in for the whole pound. I got scared. So scared I immediately went in and had a complete checkup done. I also started on Chantix. One of the s-rays showed a shadow on my lung. The doctor didn’t know what it was so we went in for more x-rays and a thorough CT scan with contrast. I am happy to say that I got a clean bill of health. I also feel a little guilty about that. If anyone should have gotten cancer, it should have been me … at least statistically. The Chantix and my willpower worked for the first month. But by the time I needed a second course, I knew it wasn’t going to work for me. Over the years I have tried it all … cold turkey, the patch, Wellbutrin, the gum … nothing worked. A few years ago though, I heard about vaping. It interested me. I bought a Blu kit and that was the most unsatisfying experience I’ve ever had. It tasted like crap and didn’t provide any kind of vapor production. It lasted about a week and ended up in the back of a junk drawer. I live in a rural part of Louisiana. A place I jokingly refer to as Bayou Self. We didn’t have any vape stores around here. If there were any, they were at least an hours drive away, so I ended up hitting up the local 7-11 and bought a Crown 7 battery with a cartomizer tank and some Crown 7 liquid. It sucked. Badly. The vapor production was better, but I was coughing my lungs up because of how harsh it was and it tasted like dried whale crap. It ended up in the junk drawer next to the Blu shortly thereafter. The Chantix was not going to work and local vape solutions were less that satisfying but I needed to do something even if it meant driving an hour or more to get what I needed. I fired up my Google-Fu and … wait … what? A FREAKING VAPE SHOP IS OPEN IN MY TOWN NOW? When did that happen? Just when I needed it most. Some may call it fate. Some call it luck. I see the Hand of God at work. I walked in and a half hour later, walked out with an Eleaf iStick 30 watt, the original Atlantis tank and a pocket full of fresh juice. It was the experience I had been seeking for three years. The vapor production was great, the throat hit was there and the taste was out of this world. As of today that was 26 weeks ago and I haven’t looked back since. Vaping is saving my life. I found a bunch of great people on YouTube who taught me everything I needed to know, and more, about this new way of life. I became part of a community that I care deeply about. I have become an activist for vaping. I joined CASAA.org and follow their calls to action to make my voice heard. I am a new man. I started this website as a way to pay it forward and get others to quit smoking and join us for a vape instead. I’m looking forward to the journey. Oh, and my brother? He got into a program at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. He just finished his first round of treatment and is doing well. He has gained weight and his tumors have shrunk by about half. He’s not out of the woods yet, but he’s doing better than expected. You see, he’s a Grimm and Grimm’s are fighters. He also has a support group that stand behind him every step of the way. The Grimm family motto is “No one fights alone”. I hope you join me (us) on our journey forward. It’s gonna be a blast. Posted on October 26, 2015October 27, 2015Categories Vapelife, Why I vapeLeave a comment on Welcome to Zed Grimm Vapes Proudly powered by WordPress

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