This is about a film entitled ‘A Billion Lives’.

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I am more than honored to host & present this guest post from someone I have immense respect for.


Via Agent Ania: 

This is about a film entitled ‘A Billion Lives’.

This is not about who’s right and who’s wrong; this is not about who was included in a film and who wasn’t. It is about exposing governmental and societal systems that are actively working to prevent the spread of a life-saving phenomenon that could save a billion lives in this century. So this is about ‘A Billion Lives’. Get it?

First and foremost, this is about a film made by professionals. Professional writers, professional cinematographers, professional directors, professional producers. It was not created by a philanthropic organization, to be released as a public service announcement. It was created by people who are in a business (as in profit and loss, you know? as in they have a payroll to meet, you know?). In creating this film, they are doing an incredible service, and it is chilling to hear a certain segment of the vaping community suggest they should hand over the fruits of their labors to the world for free..

Unless you’ve spent your life handing over the fruits of your own labors to the world for free, shut up about this. If you can’t be arsed to buy a ticket to see this film, admit it and move on. Just don’t think that because you can’t be arsed to buy a ticket, you’re somehow owed a free viewing. The world doesn’t work that way, bucko.

If you claim to be a ‘big’ vaper and you’re annoyed you weren’t interviewed for the film, get over yourself. I imagine the director had some hard choices to make; you might want to think about whether in your case the choice was, in fact, hard. Hint: Humility is an admirable trait. Personally, I don’t give a damn about your ego. If you are one of *these* ‘big’ ego-bruised vapers, I don’t care about you.

If you are a YouTube product reviewer more interested in viewer count than the future of vaping, I really don’t care about you. Nor do I care about you if you’re a vendor who tweets about cloud-chasing contests and give-a-ways and can’t be bothered to tweet about fighting an ideology and regulations that are putting your future business — an entire industry, in fact — in jeopardy.

What I care about is the finished product, the film that is ‘A Billion Lives.’

I care about the world seeing it and about the people who need to know learning from it. I care about the vapers who may be forced back to smoking against their will. I care about future smokers who may not be able to switch to vaping in the future, even though they’d have chosen to. I care about a film that will expose the hateful behemoth that is going to kill people who might have been saved. I especially care about the people who made this film, the people who are actively supporting the film, who are willing to spend their hard-earned money to buy tickets to the film, who are voluntarily working to spread the word about the film and to get it into theaters nationwide.

If you are one of these people, you are one of a billion lives, and yes, I respect you, I admire you, and I certainly do care about you!

Agent Ania.





Thank you, Agent for your post.

You can find her here: @AgentAnia

 

You can rent or purchase A Billion Lives here

 

 

UPDATE:

Here, on 10-19-16, Meg has her say as well:

#ABillionLives and the #teamfreeshit Brigade



Find them on their website at: ABillionLives.com

Twitter: @ABillionLives


Thank you again, Agent.

There IS more to come.

Keep ON #Vaping & FIGHTING on.

Kevin

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11 thoughts on “This is about a film entitled ‘A Billion Lives’.”

  1. I am one of a billion lives. If it costs £20 a ticket to save 1 life .its a bargain .if you think that is to much you are an arse hole.

  2. As a consumer and a volunteer who embraces the realization so many others outside the smoking/vaping communities dedicated their time, energy,efforts and $$$$ to expose what is wrong with those who undeniable should have been helping smokers from the very beginning; may I remind us all It’s not about me! It’s not about an industry and it’s not about having a face or name put on a TV screen. It is about doing what is right. We were once smokers. We felt trapped. We sought an answer on many levels. We didn’t know how simple it was until one smoker took the time to take a risk he could find an answer and a solution other smokers might also benefit. The rest is history. Embrace those who embraced us. Support the truths as those same truths become the cause for our overwhelming challenge. David has engaged Goliath! There’s no turning back now. There’s no time to rest on our laurels while bitchin’ at those making a difference. Thank you AgentAnia and Kevin for sharing. Now let’s keep busy.

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