Tag Archives: WWII

Poor, Poor Anti-Smoking Zealots

At first, a lot of people smoked because someone had told them to smoke (Marlboro Man, WWII, 9 out of 10 doctors, etc.) So, when the anti-smoking zealots told them to stop, they stopped. Then a bunch of other people … Continue reading

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Fly on the Wall

I had a wonderful “fly on the wall” experience in front of the tube recently. My local C-Span-ish Local Access TV channel played a local Rotary Club meeting and the do-gooder members discussed ways to change attitudes about domestic violence. … Continue reading

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