Meanwhile I wanted to sing the praises of vaporizers.
Vaporizers are a remarkable improvement over their predecessors, doing the same job without anywhere near the same sort of mess resulting. No one will have to scrub the aftermath of even weeks of vaporizing off of the walls. They are, while presently nothing to brag about aesthetically, dramatically more discrete and in any case vastly kinder on the senses of the user and of those obligated to be in the vicinity of the user.
And, let's be fair, if it weren't for generations worth of action movies glorifying the usage of their predecessors we probably wouldn't think they looked all that great either. Had vaporizers been in use in movies an equal span of time no doubt we would accredit them with the same 'coolness' infused by the likes of Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Even if, as the vast industries invested in the old product have put forward, vaporizers are ultimately as deleterious to the health as ever- they are an improvement across the board in the courtesy they display to others.
A person could stand by someone vaporizing all day long and still be as fresh in appearance and odor as someone well removed from it all.
Truly it is the most noble of improvements to a particular vice.
Not that I smoke.
Finally, while vaporizers are in fact fair to use in all common areas of Arketer Labs facilities they are still very much forbidden from work areas.