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    So Much for Smoking Kills

    Well I guess self-centeredness and self-importance go hand in hand with being young so go ahead and laugh, make your jokes and jeer at me for having the guts to post this up!

    So much for smoking kills. So much for anti-smoking campaigns and several advertisements plastered everywhere, even on cigarette boxes. In spite of all these efforts, these smokers continue to smoke and thus, we shall let them die.

    In light of this, what are the likelihoods that sponsored anti-smoking campaigns can succeed! Take the recent "Great Audio Experience' event which was held last Saturday (29th June) in support of World No Tobacco Day 2010. How many of us literally stop smoking already??
    Today we're more conscious about how bad smoking is for our health and well-being. If smoking kills, in other words, if it kills other individuals and the smokers themselves, then this may raise interesting questions to us. If you think I’m harming someone else by smoking, which means to say, a smoking ban inside public facilities is certainly not adequate.

    Singapore should start banning smoking altogether or the life of others maybe at risks. Even at an open-air cafe where you are sitting at, your burning ciggy stick could possibly stain the lungs of some unsuspecting innocent nearby. That’s when second-hand smokers exist.

    With that being said, wanting a ban on smoking in open areas isn't about removing away a smoker's rights. They will still have their right to smoke in their own space. Nevertheless, the right to slowly and intentionally harm others was no way theirs to start with.

    Yes, smoking is an individual right. Just fuck it, a smoker should not affect the health of others.

    BYE BITCH! =)

    Posted on 6/08/2010