Tuesday, June 30, 2009


I was walking through campus yesterday when I came upon a large sign emphasizing the dangers of cigarettes. It was one of the ones where they show all the harmful things that are in cigarettes, like arsenic, tar, ammonia, etc. Something like this, except the one on campus was 10 feet long and had double the amount of items identified:
And just as I walked by, I heard a Physical Plant worker say to his buddy:

"That's crap. If all that stuff was really in cigarettes, they wouldn't be able to sell them."


1 comment:

muddypebbles said...

wow...that is all I have to say. And you're right...can't make that stuff up. Wonder what they'll think of the new labels on the cigarette cartons? Probably just cartoon advertisements about death...not that cigarette's could cause it.