Tag Archives: War on Tobacco

First, Do No Harm

I keep hearing politicians, health professionals and local do-gooders stating that their War on Tobacco tactics should be seen as a model for how social and environmental problems should be addressed. To tackle climate change or domestic violence, they recommend … Continue reading

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Bad Example

Okay – this is the second time I’ve heard this recently, so I’ve got to weigh in. Al Gore (Tipper’s ex) and some local Rotarians both said that the anti-smoking campaign was a good model for changing the public’s mind … Continue reading

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Butt Pocket

I was speaking with one of those really tolerant non-smokers – a member the rare breed that is so refreshing to find nowadays. This guy lets me smoke in his house (although I do only visit there once or twice … Continue reading

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