Smoker Dies At 141 Years Of Age
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Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998
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I am not a smoker -- last cigarette I had was December 20, 1953. BUT I am sick and tired of our great Government ("I'm here to help you!") telling us what we can or cannot do. They're telling us we cannot have cigarettes, we have to put in air bags, we cannot even work our own land OR OUR OWN JOB without maybe a hundred town/county/city/state/ Federal authorizations.
Where will it all end? Just open up your history book... Hitler and the Nazis took the guns, then the Jews, then took the rest of Freedom-loving Germans, then took practically all of Europe (and part of Asia and Africa). Note too, that they staged the Reichstag Fire -- the OK City of the 1930s -- and then rounded up people and their guns. Anyone who thinks the Govt is blameless in OK City has been hiding his head in the sand (how come all the BATF's were out of the office that morning?)
Why destroy our tobacco companies? During research for two histories of the great state of West Virginia, I came across several people in their 90s and even 100 who smoked every day of their lives from when they were teen-agers. Here in today's news is the story of Bir Narayan Chaudhuri of Nepal, a regular smoker who died at the age of 141.
The point is, BIG GOVERNMENT, GET OFF OUR BACKS!! WAKE UP, CONGRESS!!
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