meh, doesnt effect me. packs could me 1k for all i care. that ---- tastes nasty and is just plain gross, so, i would rather spend my money on something else. sucks for smokers though. maybe it will be incentive to quit.
They've banned smoking indoors in England here, and tbh, I really like it. Saves going out for a meal, coming back, and smelling like ----.They "banned" indoor smoking at restaurants here. So the ones that wanted to keep allowing smoking (ex. some restaurants with bars) require you to be 18 to enter. At the school I'm taking summer classes at, there are 'no smoking' symbols outside everywhere, yet everybody smokes. Often in front of them.
Whenever I'm smoking outside and somebody walks by while doing a fake cough and making a disgusted face, I have to resist the urge to break their lower jaw.
There's no withdrawal from weed (it's not physically addictive) unless you use it to sleep. Then you have trouble sleeping for like 2 nights.My friend smokes (and does marijuana, but thats another story), and once he went without a cig for like 12 hours, he was getting really blurry vision, and was all shakey. Hes so addicted, i don't want to start smoking
Hey now, there's no point in regulating any recreational drug. People will still use them. I can find anything from weed to crack within about 1/4mi of my house.I am a huge promoter for legalizing marijuana its a hundred times safer than cigarettes in pretty much every way. I am so glad they are regulating cigarettes more and more, no offense but there is no point to them at all. I mean every single person I know who smokes wants to quit. It's pretty dumb. At least marijuana is all natural and has real medicinal purposes, cigarettes do only one thing, get you addicted (and help you die faster).
All done here.http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/2009/06/news-roundup-fda-to-control-cigarettes.html
The FDA will have power over basically all aspects of cigarette companies. They will ban "light" and flavored cigarettes, as well as advertising to young people, they will also make cigarette companies to print bigger warning labels, and list ingredients that cigarettes have, as well as reduce the amount of nicotine in the cigarettes.
Sounds exactly like my friend....I am a huge promoter for legalizing marijuana its a hundred times safer than cigarettes in pretty much every way. I am so glad they are regulating cigarettes more and more, no offense but there is no point to them at all. I mean every single person I know who smokes wants to quit. It's pretty dumb. At least marijuana is all natural and has real medicinal purposes, cigarettes do only one thing, get you addicted (and help you die faster).
wtf? no they dont pallmall's are only 9.90 for a pack of 25's and Winfield is like 11 for a pack of 25'sWhat exactly is the point of "reducing" the amount of nicotine? I've never been a smoker, but I understand that tobacco is carcinogenic, and nicotine is not. Therefore, if you reduce the amount of nicotine in a cigarette the smoker has to smoke more tobacco not less to inhale an equal amount of nicotine, and that means increasing (not decreasing) their risk of cancer. That just sounds like a bad policy to me!
By the Way "DavidsAwesome", a pack of 25's in Australia costs $13-$14.
If I go to Australia again and I'm still smoking, I'm totally bringing a fat wedge marker to the store when I buy cigarettes so I won't have to look at that ----.wtf? no they dont pallmall's are only 9.90 for a pack of 25's and Winfield is like 11 for a pack of 25's
Longbeach are 13-14$ for a packet of 30s & a packet of 40s is 15.90.. ur on drugs man.
oh and u think what they are doing is bad over there?
look at our packets...
http://www.cnbc.com/id/31920145/A New Hampshire man says he swiped his debit card at a gas station to buy a pack of cigarettes and was charged over 23 quadrillion dollars.
Josh Muszynski (Moo-SIN'-ski) checked his account online a few hours later and saw the 17-digit number — a stunning $23,148,855,308,184,500 (twenty-three quadrillion, one hundred forty-eight trillion, eight hundred fifty-five billion, three hundred eight million, one hundred eighty-four thousand, five hundred dollars).
Muszynski says he spent two hours on the phone with Bank of America trying to sort out the string of numbers and the $15 overdraft fee.
The bank corrected the error the next day.
Bank of America tells WMUR-TV only the card issuer, Visa, could answer questions. Visa, in turn, referred questions to the bank.