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Saturday, June 12, 2010

It's a grey old life without soothing nicotine

(The Daily Telegraph)
Smoking Keeps The Tobacco Industry In Business. Through Out Most Of The 20Th Century The Tobacco Industry Publicly Argued That Nicotine Was Not Addictive And The Link Between Cancer And Smoking Was Not Proven As Well As Claiming The Industry Had Not Sought To Recruit Young People To Smoking. In 1994 Documents Were Released That Proved These Companies Knew The Truth Was Different On All These Counts. 92 Yr Old Man Smoking Cigarette Head Shot

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It's a grey old life without soothing nicotine = "In tough destiny, of no cigarettes, I toil. I howl!"
(by Maurice Goddard)

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