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Old 11-17-2011, 07:06 PM   #141
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[QUOTE=financeguy;7250846]The Independent Review Tuesday 16 November 2004

"The willingness of militant anti-smokers to corrupt a good case has turned the smoking debate from a laudable campaign to improve public health into a bitterly resented attack on the minority who choose to risk smoking. One medical researcher says: "Statistically the evidence for the evils of smoking has been grossly distorted. For many people the ideal of a complete end to smoking has become a sort of Holy Grail with a limited basis in fact. More of us would say this, but it is politically unacceptable to speak the truth about these things." He suggests that rabid anti-smokers should look at the prevailing rates of smoking among young people born after the relationship between smoking and cancer was admitted by the tobacco industry - and remind themselves what happened to the boy who cried wolf."

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Ban smoking in cars - and go further than that | News

So, I guess spending fifteen minutes in a closed garage with an automobile
on idle is safer than fifteen minutes in a closed garage with me smoking a Lucky Strike.

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