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Monday, June 18, 2007

How Nuts Can TheWorld Be?

"Candy cigarettes reportedly have been restricted or banned in Canada, the United Kingdom, Finland, Norway, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, among other countries. Legislative bans also have been proposed in several U.S. states and in New York City over the years, but all these failed except in North Dakota where a ban stood from 1953 until it was repealed in 1967.
In the United States, candy cigarettes are typically sold next to bubble gum and trading cards, but some retailers refuse to sell them. For instance, Wal-Mart bans the sale of tobacco and tobacco look-alike products to minors in its stores nationwide. "
Yahoo News Candy Cigarettes Contribute To Smoking

I ate/played with those for years and never once wanted to smoke because of them any more than have toy guns made me shoot some one.

Do chewing gum cigars lead one to act like Bill and Monica :-0


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