A video that went viral earlier this week sparked anger as two students were seen and heard using a racial slur on social media.

Identified as students at Conestoga High School in Wayne, the Tredyffrin/Eastown School District plans disciplinary action for the two pending the conclusion of an investigation. However, it is against district policy to reveal the nature of the punishment.

In the video, which went up Tuesday but is no longer available, seated side by side in what is either a dimly lit room or car, and with music playing softly in the background, the video appears to be one of two high school girls who were just having some good-natured fun on social media.

Then, abruptly, the brunette randomly blurts out “n---er.” They both giggle and then the other, a blond, who uttered something indecipherable moments earlier, says “n---er. N---er on a Tuesday.”

Both begin to laugh, and then the brunette takes a pull on a vape, a streamlined pipe through which cannabis oils are often smoked. There is more giggling, more babbling, and then the brunette, perhaps realizing that they had said some inappropriate things, says, “Oh, my God, this is boring,” and the video ends.

Tredyffrin/Eastown Superintendent Richard Gusick posted a response to the incident on the school district web page confirming that the students attended Conestoga and acknowledging that the language in the video was “racially offensive.”

“T/E School District strongly condemns this and all forms of racist language. Although this video was not made during school, it has hurt and offended many in our school community. This is unacceptable behavior, and it will not be tolerated. The school will investigate fully and apply consequences as appropriate. T/E School District will continue to stand for respect and inclusion, with schools where all are welcomed to learn,” Gusick wrote.

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Guest

You guys are so dumb. These black girls are making it such more of a big deal. The brunette doesn't say "oh, my god, this is boring" she says "Ok, this is boring" two very different phrases. You even have the video on this website. Maybe you should actually watch this video and see what she actually says, don't report false news, and realize this is NOT directed towards anyone.

Guest

Whoever wrote the comment above is ignorant. The uae of the n-word is offensive even if it is not directed at anyone. Period.

Lou

Time to get over yourselves, and stop looking for ways to be offended by NOTHING. Your creating drama where there is none...free speech. Blacks use the n word all day. Maybe these snowflakes identify as African-Asian males.

Guest

'blacks use that word all the time'

bro. are you asking for someone to call you an ignorant idiot or?

Guest

Your stupid black ppl find the n word offensive bcz of how it was used against us for use it’s like saying high to a buddy If somebody says it to us it like disrespectful

Guest

Really? The word is offensive, even if it is not directed toward anyone, period? HHMMM so all the songs that have the n word in it can be considered offensive, period? Wow! Finally some common sense. Please share your thoughts with all of your friends and start posting videos of people, of every race using that word that is offensive to everyone, period.

Guest

Perhaps we should all start banning rap music. This is how kids learn to talk like this.

Guest

It's about context. Reclaiming a word that we as white people have been using to put the black community down for generations. When you use the word for art, for poetry, for expression, it becomes meaningful. When you abuse the word for your own amusement, for spite, it becomes offensive. You are making others uncomfortable. While I agree that this article has its ignorant moments (HS students don't hit Juuls to get high on marijuana. They use it for the nicotine, which is arguably worse. Just don't bring the cannabis into this if you don't have your facts.) the general problem is that this video caused some serious polarization in Conestoga's black and white students because people still think stuff like this isn't a big deal. It is. Apparently we're ready to ban a form of poetic expression used predominantly by the black community to reclaim a word that was once used against them, but when it's being used to hurt them, it's not a big deal anymore. This is the twenty first century and people still think that blatant public displays of racism shouldn't come with consequences. You have to be careful what you put on the internet. Everyone. Knows. That. This post was ignorant and a reckless destruction of their reputation the could have easily been avoided by using a little empathy and common sense.

Guest

Black people call each other the "N" word every day of the week. So I guess it's OK if you're black and call other blacks, the "N" word. But if you're white and say it, you'll be lynched.

Guest

"Blatant displays of racism?" Do you even know the definition of racism? Because they said a word, does not make them racist. The actual definition of racist is: The person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another. Two girls saying a word is not the definition of racist. The people that set out to ruin these girls reputation and future over saying a word are evil. I have seen the Twitter posts and see the overt excitement over decimating these girls.

Guest

The beginning of video is not shown but from what we can see and hear, the blond was already in conversation and says, " ...and that means we can say, n**ger, n**ger on a Tuesday."
Which shows that she knew it was wrong. This was very intentional. Unacceptable

Guest

LOL. What actually happened was that these two girls were in a Instagram live stream. They saw no one was watching, in which they said "guess this mean we can say" and the video starts. They realized someone was, ended it and before they could delete it the girl recorded it and then blasted them. Should they have said it? No. But it is not illegal to say the word "N*****r" and it should not have gotten to this point. NEWS FLASH, because of what the black girls did, reached our to their university's to get their scholarship revoked, went to the high school, bashed them on all social media platforms, twisted the story and brought it to the news, it's called slander, harrasment and first admendment rights. As a trained lawyer here, the will be an easy cause to the black girls who did this. Idiots to all parties.

Guest X

The right to free speech does not give you immunity from the consequences of what you say. And it was said, and recorded, so isnt defamation.

Guest

Are you sure that the all of what you said - the girls reaching out to the universities the girls were accepted at - is true? I'm sure the Tribune writer would love to move the story forward.

Guest

Yep. I can confirm what that person said was true. One of the girls was proud and even stated she was happy she ruined the two "Rich Whitetrash B*****" lives in a tweet. They just wanted to stir up drama, which is sad. Goes for the parents as well.
Is this how you raise your children? Create more racism?

Guest

So the 2 girls that were goofing around and said the N-word as bad joke got punished by the School District. And the group of girls who got pissed, and used social media to try to ruin their lives and college plans were not?

Guest

Unfortunately, the current mentality of "punish the person who said a word, but don't punish the kids who set out to ruin a person's reputation and future for the fun of it as well as the people who actually threaten physical harm get a pass. Why? Because they CHOSE to be offended. Being offended is a choice. Selectively offended over the use of words is also a choice. They also CHOSE to cyber attack kids with quite of bit of glee as I see on Twitter. The press, schools and the community at large are contributing to the present day mob mentality. Shame on you all.

Guest

... Did you miss the part where they thought no one was in the stream? They would not have said it otherwise. You can say any word you want. Who cares they said the N word? They didn't say anything to offense or mean at the black race. It's a word. If you let a word offend you and get this upset, obviously you're lacking a strong personality to be broken by a six letter word. (and before anyone ignorantly calls white privilege I am half black half Spanish.) Heck, I don't care they said it, at the end of the day it's a word and I see no anger or hate in their eyes. I see kids being kids. (YES KIDS, 17 AND 16-YEAR-OLDS ARE KIDS) and slipped up when realizing they said something with someone watching. Hence the shocked face. We need more educated and logically thinking people in this world.

Guest

False. They said a word. The black girls who blasted them all over social media and twisting the whole story left out HUGE pieces to the story and made it as they were saying that word out of hate, and added their own things to the story which is not true, does, in fact, cause for defamation and easily can be taken in court and won.

66Guest

Stop referring to them as black girls It’s very disrespectful

Guest

Y'all are sooo sensitive. You can't be called black, you can be called African American, you can't be called anything without getting upset... seriously grow up already. If someone can say white girls and not get offended then someone can say black. In no way is that offense and if people think that, then life is going to slap you hard with reality

Guest

And you, Mr. Tough, say all these things from the privacy of your computer. So what's the diff?

Guest

If you are not black, then I am not white

Guest

Dear Black People, if the word offends you, then please stop using it in every day songs, memes, comments and anything else. Xo[smile]

Guest

Dear Black People, if you stop using the n word in every song, every meme, on the street, in comments on social media, and to each other, it would help. Xo

Guest

Hahaha That is hilarious.

6Guest9

how? its not like they aren't. if i was white then i dont care who says so. its not like their lying. its like you dont want them to realise they're black and its an important distinction to make if your talking about the social response of the video.

Guest

Stop referring to them as black girls it’s very disrespectful

Guest

Disrespectful? Why? I see "white girls" and "white people" as a description. You can't have it both ways in the real world.

Guest

Yeah, I hear you, Trump.

Guest

Yeah NIGGERS are the worst race. Look at how much of a dump Philly is.

Guest

Yea the fricken first amendment. Freedom of speech. Why can African Americans say the word but whites can't? If either of these African American girls experienced any of the awful things that happened involving slavery and the whole reason the word is now a "racial slur" they can talk to me. If they haven't Stop.

Guest X

Free speech does not exempt you from consequences of your speech.

Guest

Way to totally miss the point.

Guest

They said the N*** word. There shouldn't be consequences for just saying that word alone without any actual content behind the word. You give power to something so minimal. That's why there are leaders in the world and then there are the sheep. Guess which one you represent yourself as?

Guest x

You have a right to free speech, just as other students have a right to react strongly against it. The first amendment protects your right to say what you want but does not protect you from the consequences of your speech.

Guest

And other people have the right to call BS on the "I can say that word, but you can't rule." We also have the right to notice that the girl who posted the video is basking in the attention. It is clear this is fun for her to damage these girls way outside of the "crime" which makes her and the rest of the sheeple look like vindictive children.

Guest

Agree. Either we all can say it or nobody can. And the African American female set out to make sure that this girl received irreversible consequences for reversible behavior. There is where the true problem lies

Guest

I'm not offended. Except by taboo words. Nothing should be taboo.

Guest

Colleges and universities need scholars who are educated enough to know better; they are already overrun by mean spirited and ignorant students. The white girls have some more scholarly and character building work to do.

guest

Don't say white girls. That is disrepectful.

Guest

You can talk to me about that when colleges and universities stop caving to the safe space crowd, the all white men are evil classes, the we want you to feel oppressed so we can control you narrative. They aren't turning out scholars, they are turning out a bunch of wimps who can't handle hearing words they don't agree with. What a joke.

Guest

Dear Niggers,
You have no rights white people are bound to respect.

Daily Stormer Dot Name

If failing news media still has time to go after non-news like this, they aren't failing enough.

Guest

To the journalist who wrote this, the vape that was used is called a Juul, to imply in any way that it was being used for marijuana is patently fake news because they cannot be used for that purpose. Do some research before implying an illegal act was committed.

Guest

These are minors who used the n-word. It is grossly irresponsible of the Tribune to "out" them.

Guest

Agreed. The media seems to get a real charge out of further punishing kids for words. What kind of world do we live in when the media makes this kind of situation their news?

Guest

Yes, the press is very instrumental in fanning the flames. The girl who captured the video and posted it on Twitter clearly loves the drama. I wouldn't hire her if my life depended on it. Instead of handling it like a mature person and talking to the girls, she posted it on twitter for her 15 minutes of fame. If UNC revokes anything, they are fools that buy into the witch hunt mentality. They are words from minors. I am sure there is no one who reposted and sent this to the news and contacted UNC who hasn't said or done something that they regret. The "casting of stones" to punish from behind your computer screen is easy. Those that take pleasure in ruining a couple of kids for stupid, not illegal, behavior have something wrong in your heads. I hope people start rejecting the witch-hunt mentality that is being rewarded by school administrations and the media.

Guest

lol at all of guys condoning racism as a guest commenter. Own your words and let us know who you are.

Jenna Georges

Says you as a guest. Putting the proper perspective on the situation and not just blindly accepting the narrative sounds more like it. Condoning using Twitter and other social media as a weapon is shameful. I guess the comments annoy you because we all aren't wanting to further destroy these girls. Grow up and stop using a double standard for a word. It weakens your credibility.

Guest

I honestly feel what these two white girls did wasn't "racist". They were in a live stream thinking no one was watching and said a word not even directed at anyone. Are you guys SERIOUSLY this hurt over a word where they didn't even mean to have anyone hear or see it ~ tried to delete it but before they could some salty highschooler wanted to make drama out of it? WTF is wrong with this delicate little generation. If a black person was in a stream saying "Crackerrr on a Tuesday, Spicc on a Tuesday, ...." etc. I seriously would not care. Coming from a Mexican. Grow up. And Conestoga can't even do anything about it because it would violate the first amendment and they aren't looking for any type of lawsuits at the moment. They have enough already.

John Andrew

My favorite is when a black person will say "those words don't count, N**** means something more" which is 100% false and shows how ignorant that mindset is. Racial slurs are racial slurs and all mean the same and are on equal impact. If anything, n*** is thrown more often than any other racial slur, and I am confused, with how often people say it, it wouldn't even be a big deal by now? These black girls saw a chance at 10mins of fame and took it. Pathetic cry babys at their finest. And shame for anyone condoning this behavior of ruining young girls lives over something so stupid as saying a word three times.

Guest

We hear all the time how exposure on social media is hurting our youth. I'm willing to bet this media outlet has done an article or 2 on it. And yet here you are posting their photo to the world and participating in the problem.

[ Not only that but implying the brunette was using cannabis in a JUUL that cannot be used for that purpose. The journalist is posting false information and adding fuel to the fire.]


I do not refute the rights of any media outlet to post news stories about local issues within the community. But facts can be shared without exposing the names and faces of minors. Posting their photo was unnecessary to get the information to the community.

Guest x

A university can rescind a scholarship based on what they see as poor moral character. Its an expensive lesson for these girls who were being stupid. What I find disturbing is people blaming the students who brought this to light. They didnt livestream, the 2 girls did it to themselves. A tv personality lost her job after joking about christianity. How is this any different?

Mary-Beth Goldenstien

The two white girls were being idiots, saying a word without using hate or anything mean towards anyone. The black girls, on the other hand, twisted it to get out a personal vendetta on these girls who they knew personally. So they blasted in on every single social media platform, causing death threats, ACTUAL racism being said to these girls, people harassing and telling them they are going to find them and beat them up. How can you support this violent and immature behavior to respond to something minimal?

Here is the big difference. The white girls made a mistake and said something stupid, not out of hate. What should have happened, if the black girls actually cared about it and were actually offended, they would have done this privately, got their parents involved and actually made a difference with this whole racism thing. Instead, they went out of their ways to destroy two lives and then tweeted that they were happy to ruin these girls lives.

They are 16 and 17 year olds. This was messed up on so many levels. At the end of the day, one word should not ruin a CHILD's life who has not even begun to live. You only realize that once you're my age.

Guest

Amen to every single word you wrote. I live in North Carolina and I am a UNC Alumni. It is an upside down world that we are living in today when you essentially reward cyber-bullying, harassment and threats because of someone saying a word. The schools, press and the population at large that support this cyber vigilante type behavior are culpable for the destruction of children's reputations and future. FOR A WORD???? A word that these kids hear every day in songs and in conversations but somehow aren't allow to say themselves? Ridiculous.

Guest

These girls were taught a lesson they will never gmforget! Perhaps if they had been taught that one does not say such words and do something as stupid as live stream those words thinking they were being funny then they would not be in this predicament.
With your last name being what it is I would have expected you to condemn this behavior!

Guest

Good for you Mary-Beth for having the courage to stand up to this reverse racism.
Go to the African American girls Twitter account and you can read for yourself...she uses the N-Word! Yet, she was offended by two girls she knew using the word. Hypocrisy is the real word.

Guest

Um, she is a TV personality that is hired by a TV station and whose words represent a TV station? These girls are minors who thought no one was watching and said a word. A word that is used often by those who say 'its okay if I say it, but you can't" I won't be "shook" if you say the word, but I will be "shook" if that person says the word. Big, huge difference.

Guest

A lot of tough people behind a computer. What they don't show is the conversation before that or the second video. Yes, there is a second video.

Guest

The girl that posted the video to Twitter has numerous retweets on her page with the same offensive language...Hypocrisy

Guest

Those girls do not represent Conestoga.
As a student at Conestoga in the same year as those girls, I can say that our school system has taught us since elementary school about how to use social media responsibly and has emphasized respecting everyone no matter what race, religion, gender, identity, etc. We live in an incredibly privileged, educated area- our school is one of the best in the state and the nation. We have an African American studies course and a very active African American Student Union at Conestoga High School.
Because of this, I know that it is not a matter of "kids being kids". They definitely knew the implications and severity of the word they chose to make a joke out of- they had black friends themselves. One of them was dating a black guy. This is a matter of blatant disrespect and racism. Yes, racism.
I can agree that it was a stupid mistake. I can agree that the extreme hate that they have received such as death threats and malicious harassment is definitely NOT okay. However, I also believe that they are responsible for their actions and have to face the consequences for that (which has certainly happened). They chose to livestream and not take it down afterwards. Again, they are not stupid people. Their joking and casual use of that word only further belittle the pain and suffering that African Americans had to go through and still continue to go through every single day. That word comes from hatred, oppression, and racism that became normalized within African American culture. It was something that they were called so often out of hatred that they adopted it to reverse the meaning. To everyone who is saying that it's "just a word", you are only contributing to this problem. Words do hurt, they do mean something, they wield more power than ever and that's not necessarily a bad thing but it's important to know how to use them the right way. No school, especially in the diverse melting pot that is America, should tolerate people who say things like that. No matter who they are. The school took incredible and appropriate action did get the AASU involved. That is why the student reposted it- to quote them: "this is not just a Conestoga problem".

Guest

If your school is so great then why is it being sued? Why does it hav three sex scandals that we know of? Where is the administration and why aren’t they doing anything? Why are kids marginalized at that school? Why was a teacher able to take kids off Campus and groom them while no one said a word?

Guest

So how much punishment for daring to utter a word enough? Should the girls lives be destroyed? Is that enough punishment for a word? Should their colleges revoke their offers for a word? What kind of world are we living in that this is okay? If they get beat up or become suicidal, is that enough? People finally pushing back on the extreme overreaction when a white person dares to utter a word that they hear on a regular bases is not contributing to the problem. The people who want to ruin two kids over a word....again it is a word...are contributing to the problem. The fragility of the people who say they are so harmed by a word that a white person speaks, but no reaction when a black person says it is contributing to the problem. I thought different rules depending on the color of your skin is what we want to end. As soon as you punish one group and don't punish another for the SAME WORD, you lose credibility.

Guest

"No school, especially in the diverse melting pot that is America, should tolerate people who say things like that. No matter who they are." Um, it happens every day. The "no matter who they are" isn't accurate. If two black girls recorded themselves saying the exact same thing, their peers would not make it their mission to destroy them. Being responsible for your actions doesn't include being destroyed by the mob mentality that is common today. The only reason why the word yields more power is because you make it more powerful. That is a choice. A word doesn't, on it's own, become more powerful. It is the people who perceive the word as something that make it powerful. You can't contend that their words belittled the pain of African Americans but are perfectly okay if an African American uses the same word. The dots in your argument do not connect.

Guest

African Americans are killing each other at an alarming rate and this is what you are worried about. White people using the “n” word. Seriously! Besides if every person lost their job or scholarship for saying or doing something terribly wrong (in someone else’s opinion) NO ONE and I mean NO ONE would be employed or get a scholarship. No one defines who I am by a word, I will not give them that power!

Guest

[sad][sad] It is unbelievable that in 2017, there is such unintelligible comments about this incident. Nope! Can not grow and move forward, if we are so satisfied with spouting without much thought given to what we are saying. Mmmmm........ Sad! No need to pick sides and point fingers...... As a Community, we have failed to live, as respectful, kind-hearted, compassionate human beings. Whatever, hurts or offends our friend, neighbor, family, co-worker, or another human being should always give is pause to think; it should always move us to apologize. It should not move anyone to become angry as though the one(s) offended have no right to be hurt. How can we support the "right" to offend and not support the "right" to be offended. No......we need to shhhh.....a think on this. Let's stop what we have done for hundreds of years and blame the Victim..... If the young ladies had not spoke the sentiment of their heart (in jest) or (intent to harm), we would not be having this conversation........ It did not start with those opposed or offended by the slur rather it started with the two girls making a conscious decision to use a word that offends. Let's not fall short of going back to the root of the incident. (Sigh)...... [sad]

Guest

It is not about supporting the right to be offended. It's about using your feeling of being offended as a weapon against two minor girls to ruin them. Being compassionate also means being forgiving when someone does something that offends them. Calling someone who gets offended a victim is an exaggeration. Giving an offended person license to gravely destroy a young person's college opportunities and future is not kind-hearted or compassionate. The root of the incident is two girls saying a word that they hear regularly. Had the two girls been black we wouldn't even be talking about it and they wouldn't have been raked over the coals. Be real about the double standard.

Guest

I understand that the N word should never, under any circumstance, be used in a derogatory way but these girls (don’t get me wrong they are complete idiots for saying it even if they didn’t think anyone was on the livestream) don’t use the term in a derogatory or offensive way towards someone. I’m in no way defending them because it’s so wrong to do anything of that matter, but isn’t it crazy how they both ruined their lives because of a word??! It’s insane to me...

Guest

They didn't ruin their lives over a word. The girl who made it her mission and the rest of the mob made it their mission to ruin the girls lives. Over saying a word? The media and UNC have also taken part in further damaging these MINOR Girls over a word. It's utterly ridiculous that we are living in a society that takes so much pleasure out of ruining these kids because they are offended.

Guest

abuse of the race card.

6Guest9

oml this report tries so hard to patronise these girls. like when they make random assumptions and lies like 'smoking vape which is commonly used for cannabis' how is that relevant and its especially obviously that the latter was intended to accuse them of smoking weed and therefore paint them in a negative light. they are making this stuff up out of thin air just to add to a non-existant case

Guest

This stuff is so stupid I can't stand how people constantly try and pull the race card black people do that more than anyone else does and I'm not racist there's jerks in every race but they always seem to want to pull the race card and the funny thing is there are actually more black racists than white ones because anyone assuming that everyone from another race is automatically racist is in fact a racist and is discriminating against another race, you can't even talk to a group of black people in front of you and say the words you people without the race card being drawn this stuff is getting old get over yourselves, constantly trying to blame white people for holding them back when they kill each other more than anyone else does and by setting those illogical ideas in their head that they're always going to be held back by white people and they are never going to get a chance to make it or get equal opportunity... how you present yourself plays a big role and where you go in life depends on if you show respect for others and don't present yourself as a would be gangster with your pants hanging all the way off your butt while still wearing a belt or not and not speaking proper English which then makes you appear uneducated and who wants to hire that type of person. Plus those asinine ideas that seem to be set in their minds about white people holding them back and not ever having the ability to make it because of white people, those thoughts are in fact what is going to keep you from making it because if you truly believe you can do anything then nothing can stop you but if you always feel that there is some barrier keeping you down then you will never get up you will hold yourselves down mentally, never try, and then blame it on white people everything is always racial that's basically enabling yourself to do nothing and have an excuse when you fail it's like punching someone in the face and then saying, "I was drunk it's not my fault". If you're not going to make the effort to try then it's no one's fault but your own everyone has obstacles I've had brain surgery 3 times and I am still succeeding... black people succeed all the time but the ones that do are usually the ones that do it through education and using their brain not by trying to make quick money on the street yeah some get lucky through making c-rap "music" called rap or sports but I wouldn't recommend basing your life goals on that as previously stated there are jerks in every race and it's all pink on the inside so stop pulling the race card and get over the N-word or stop calling each other one, the only reason the word stays around is because it is so frequently used I guarantee you if all black people stop using it the word will fade away... sorry if I'm too blunt but someone has to tell it like it is.

Guest

Black people always seem to act entitled about things just waiting for their hand-out... I am Native American and we have always found the word Indian to be a racial slur yet it is written in textbooks and taught throughout schools but when we hear it we don't get violent or rude with people we just politely ignore it or simply ask if it cannot be used explaining the reasons why and that we would rather be called Native Americans or by the tribe which we descend from and Native Americans had it far worse than blacks they were slaughtered and purposely exposed to diseases to get rid of them with their children slaughtered, raped, and taken into slavery; but history seems to write a lot of the horrific details out, blacks were not the only slaves there were white slaves Native American slaves and slaves of all Races who were considered poor. But at least the blacks got to live probably 90% (or more) of the Native Americans were killed and the ones that survived were sent to live on "reservations" which the name is ironic in itself since they tried to destroy them before sending them there. But Native Americans were here for tens of thousands of years and Nature/America stayed the same because they had a respect for it they actually thought it asinine to believe that you can own land... you cannot own what is not yours. Then the Europeans show up and 300 years later the Buffalo are all but a handful extinct the land is raped, with trash and landfills everywhere sewage dumps even the animals can't roam free it is sad what the world has become and you sit here squabbling over a word a single word while the world around you is suffering and dying you have no respect for nature and no respect for yourselves much less anyone else...

Guest

Black people use Niggers, in a derogatory sense all the time I've heard plenty of them calling Arabs Sand-Niggers, and I know there's not some kind of unspoken agreement about them calling each other Niggers, this is all just non-sense black people are just trying to do what they want to do hypocritically and talk down on other people for doing the same thing.

Guest

https://www.library.yale.edu/~fboateng/akata.htm here is some valid information about black people's false ideals about white people holding them down because African immigrants actually do better than African Americans and African Americans actually disrespect African immigrants

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We are going to be increasing the price of the Global Vape Shop Database to cover our base costs of multiple updates and constant filtering of the database. There is no database on the market that is as regularly updated as ours. Equally, our team is regularly visiting vape exhibitions, vape shops and vape events to gather new vape shop details so it is another cost that we have to take into account.

Some Good News

We are going to be freezing our prices for the next 7 days. Here's your opportunity to acquire the Global Vape Shop Database at its original price and enjoy free lifetime updates sent directly to your inbox.

Success Stories

We are very proud to say that our database is one of the major reasons for the growth and expansion of many e-liquid brands that started from 0 and are now taking the global vape market by storm.

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Guest

Good afternoon

I am a big fan of your blog and I have taken the initiative and written some cool vape articles for you to publish on your blog. I am a vaper myself so I am quite versed with most topics including e-liquid reviews, vape mods, coils and more. I am just starting out as a blogger so I really want to get my name out there and build up my portfolio.

You can find all the articles on my google drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-CeuN2HsXTDgR_4TR7wS3s0dPBmBFen1?usp=sharing

If you like my articles then I could write a couple more later this week when I have some more free time.

Keep up the great work and have a fab week ahead!

Kind regards

Guest

Contact Details of 40,000 Vape Companies

Reach over 40,000 vape companies through your email or newsletter campaign today. Over the past month, we have built up and beefed up our list of over 40,000 vape company e-mails. This is a very simple list that comes in a text file and contains emails of vape shops, vape wholesalers, e-liquid brands, e-juice distributors, vape wholesalers, cbd stores, manufacturers and much more from all over the world.

This is by far the most up-to-date, comprehensive and most complete list of all vape companies in the entire world.

Ways to Use the Vape Company E-Mail List to Grow Your B2B Sales

If you are an e-liquid brand, a vape wholesaler or manufacturer, this list is a great way to contact over 40,000 vape companies in a click of a button. Simply upload your e-mail list to your list of contacts on your newsletter provider or elsewhere, create your newsletter and hit send!

What You Will Receive with Your Purchase

Instant download upon checkout
Free lifetime updates sent directly to your inbox
The best value

This is a Limited Time Offer! Hurry

We are updating our list of vape company emails almost on a weekly/monthly basis and in order to justify the sheer amount of work that goes into maintaining this list, we will be increasing our prices. We are giving you a limited opportunity to acquire this list at its original price for the next 7 days.

Get your copy at https://theeliquidboutique.co.uk/products/vape-company-e-mail-mailing-list

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