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Lilachamster



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PostSubject: Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars   Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars I_icon_minitimeSat Dec 27, 2008 3:41 pm

This was covered on Channel 4 a few weeks ago, a campaign to get smoking in cars banned when children are in the car,

http://battlefront.co.uk/campaign/you-smoke-i-choke/
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Chuckles



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PostSubject: Re: Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars   Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars I_icon_minitimeSun Dec 28, 2008 1:07 pm

yet more property rights losses. Opening the window or use of ventilation should do the job.

Totally unenforcable as well: http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/police-wont-enforce-smoke-laws-20081126-6ijn.html
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Lilachamster



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PostSubject: Re: Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars   Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars I_icon_minitimeSun Dec 28, 2008 3:43 pm

When I was 7 months pregnant I collapsed with breathing trouble from smoke in a taxi, it only took a small amount, you have no idea of how concentrated smoke can be in a car. I did not stay there obviously I got straight out but it was enough to hospitalise me overnight, you have no clue
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s.sleuth



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PostSubject: Re: Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars   Campaign to protect children from smoke in cars I_icon_minitimeMon Dec 29, 2008 3:43 pm

If you had collapsed in the taxi, how did you 'get straight' out.
What was the diagnosis for keeping you in hospital overnight.
Did the hospital doctors say that it was the smoke from a cigarette that made you collapse.
Did you sue the taxi driver if you had proof that a cigarette caused your collapse.
Could you breathe o.k. once you were out of the taxi and amongst all the toxic diesel fumes.
What proof do you have that it was cigarette smoke that made you collapse.
Did you meter the surrounding air for any toxic substance.
Why do you use lies to try to prove a point. You know that each time you say that you hate smokers (and that a small puff of smoke makes you ill) and that you would rather smokers die than come in contact with you, it is your Mother that you hate and wish dead. You are substituting your hatred of smokers for your hatred of your Mother, that you do not like admitting to. Why do you not get help ??
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Keep kids (and pregnant women) out of cars. Walking will be good for them.
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