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June 21, 2011, 10:12 AM

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There are actually safe ways to use cars - most of them are used safely in our society. Same goes for bikes.

Please point out the safe examples of smoking in our society...


Now perhaps you see the need for the Surgeon General's office

Ok...no safe way to smoke a cigarette? I'm not a smoker so I cannot really enlighten TOO much, BUT I would say what qualifies safe?

No other non-smokers being effected or affected by second hand smoke? Or do you mean the actual smoker not having a negative effect on their body? if the latter, what qualifies something as being safe for any one individual, if the person who receives the "unsafe" activity views it as safe, what gives?...

some people deem riding a motorcycle as UNsafe...doens't really mean that it is unsafe...only they view it to be.


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