Tag Archives: Trump

Disapproval

I suppose that some people need lots of approval. Maybe some people even live for approval. And they can’t stand disapproval. Smoking Lamp yesterday: There are many ‘hidden smokers’ these days. They usually are found in alleys and car parks. … Continue reading

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That Beatific Smile

There’s a poll up on Infowars at the moment, asking WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT TRUMP’S SYRIAN STRIKE? 64% of those polled said it was bad. Only 12% thought it was good. Another 12% weren’t sure. When I first heard about … Continue reading

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The 280th Day

I remain unconvinced that Theresa May actually is going to invoke Article 50 next Wednesday, 29 March 2017, and thereby start the process whereby Britain leaves the EU. Her reason for not invoking it right now was recently given as: … Continue reading

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23 Skidoo

H/T Audrey Silk for this piece by Scott Gottlieb, who is Trump’s appointee as new head of the FDA: Smokers Are Pissed at Bloomberg Scott Gottlieb August 15, 2002 12:00 am | New York Sun I am too young to … Continue reading

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Things I Noticed

Various things I noticed these past few days. Why are some people such tyrants? MANILA, Philippines – Smokers may soon be limited to the privacy of their homes for their fix as Cabinet officials announced the signing by President Rodrigo Duterte … Continue reading

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More on The Pleasure of Smoking

Dr Neil McKeganey‘s talk: Among noteworthy various things he said: “When I moved from the arena of research on illegal drugs to legal drugs, I had not imagined the stranglehold that the Public Health perspective would have on the research … Continue reading

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You Do Agree, Don’t You?

Dick Puddlecote reports on a talk given by Professor  Neil McKegany: To give you a few examples, he began by explaining that he came from a background of talking about illegal drugs and how policies to reduce harm can be … Continue reading

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