I came across a study over the weekend.
For once, I think it has come to an excellent conclusion.
The study itself was to identify and describe vaping conventions. It also wants to "raise awareness" of this potentially problematic practice.
Their method was extremely complex in that they did a Google search and counted the results, which doubtless not only took a lot of man-hours but probably cost the taxpayer a small fortune.
Now I found this gem of a research paper via Carl V Phillips, who treated the whole thing in a rather frivolous manner. He seems to entirely miss the benefits contained within the conclusions.
You see, the recommendation within the paper is that all vaping conventions have a place set aside where the Antis can set up camp to educate these poor vaping wretches. The adults who attend these conventions must be seriously ignorant if not severely retarded and they really must be told the error of their ways.
As far as I am aware, any gathering or convention must, as a condition of insurance or whatever, have for example a first aid tent and toilets. It seems reasonable? Can't be too careful? So the Antis want to have their stall as a pre-condition also.
I think this is a really excellent idea.
I can picture the scene – hundreds of vaping conventions across the land, each one with its own little Anti Stall [placed neatly between the ladies and gents Portaloos] with two or three "educators" in attendance.
I wonder how many would come out alive?
It would be an excellent chance for a cull?