Re: => Trucking Smokers will just have to Suck It! <=

Marc Schneiderman <garbaron@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in

On Fri, 30 May 2008 22:09:14 -0400, "Douglas W. \"Popeye\" Frederick"
<Popeye@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The risk of death from cigar smoking approaches that of cigarette smoking

I think the risk of death is still 100%.

Also note that "approaches" implies that the risk is moving. I'd
sure like to see a study that says that the risk is getting worse.

(Or could it just possibly be that this is another nancy-contrived
fact...just possibly?)


Cheerfully resisting change since 1959.

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