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Newest Reality Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-26-11 03:12 PM
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10. This is trivial and rediculous ...
as if New York doesn't have any other, far more important and pressing issues other than wasting time deciding what people can't do.

Fuck. Enough bullshit control.

Oh, wait, could the electronic cigarettes be impacting the tobacco industry and their lobbyists? I remember when they passed a 2000-percent tax on bulk cigarette tobacco not long ago. A small industry was growing around bulk, tubes and machines that would allow a smoker to cut their cost down to about 85-cents a pack. Plus, you could smoke untreated, natural tobacco if you wanted to.

So, despite the evangelical, anti-smoking crowd, there is a product and a consumer of it. If I could afford it, I would love to "vape" again, as I have tried it and it is easier on the membranes and lungs and doesn't stink-up your clothing and environment. You can vape them anywhere, (even with the false coughs of those ex-smokers who think your vapor is deadly smoke) and your sense of smell and taste gets better, as well. Win-win.
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