A ban on flash drives

A new e-cigarette called the Juul is all the rage and is creating a nightmare for schools and parents. Easily concealable—because it resembles a flash drive and emits a very small vapor cloud when exhaled—students are taking to it quick as a hiccup. While Juul, the manufacturer of the device, states that the product is for use by adults only, it certainly appeals to a younger crowd. It charges by plugging into a laptop and comes in flavors like mango, crème brulee, and mint. Oh yeah, and it contains as much nicotine as cigarettes so the addictive force is strong with this one (trust me, you’ll want to watch this.) To combat the device’s popularity, some schools are banning the use of flash drives. Ugh. That should stop ‘em.