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Violent Smoking Ban Faces Opposition

| June 15, 2011

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Cigarette Smells Cleaned by Flowers Help

| May 17, 2011

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Cigarette Smoking Can Cause Lou Gehrig’s Disease

| March 1, 2011

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New York Smokers Face Death Punishment

| February 14, 2011

buy cigarette onlineMichael Bloomberg, The King of New York, has warned city smokers they should expect to be “shot to death, soon.” The former Republican, Democrat, Independant & Life Time Twat is ready to impose greater restrictions on smokers after “thinking hard and long, and sucking off a Cuban.”


The West Virginia Senate Would Place a Statewide Ban on Smoking

| February 8, 2011

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