Tenacious Dutch.Kids for
Cash, Male Infertility, Sperm Donors, Smokers.
Their publicans stuck with it to right a wrong. The self-employed are
David Nuttall's attempt to relax the ban in England was no failure.
The Scots would have preferred voluntary euthanasia. Until then
we'll have to continue making do with DIY suicides. [Continue]
2012. Wanted to learn more about the £35 they pay sperm donors,
their markup - and if smokers are excluded. Short answers are
1,960% and yes. What I did not expect is the degree of exploitation,
a crude form of eugenics and a mindset that was obsolete in the
1950's. Their treatment of donors is far from acceptable in light
of recent changes in legislation and it seems the HFEA itself is in
need of a top down overhaul to drag it into the 21st century. [Continue]
2012. Depends on who's doing the shouting and which side of
the abyss it's coming from. [Continue]
The WHO Want a Global Tobacco Tax.
2012. And the feeding frenzy on smokers continues, with the
WHO and the World Bank mad keen to get in on the action. [Continue]
Bars, Restaurants, Taverns in Greece.
2012. Can't beat up to date information from someone who
lives there (Nisakiman), about where you can smoke in Greece. [Continue]
Tory panic at the new Conservative Party - UKIP!
2013. Sarah Wollaston MP is correct, the Tory Party shouldn't
attempt to outflank UKIP as the party of booze and fags. Nor
the free market, nor individual initiatives, freedoms and
responsibilities. After 3 years of increasing restrictions
on everything, it's way too late to change tack. [Continue]
Shed Pubs. Re-constructing Pubs in Britain.
2013. An average of 20 brand new shed pubs open each month in
Britain. Owners rules apply, so smoking is usually allowed. By
invitation only. [Continue]
Warnings on all cigarettes. Hassan/Shui study.
2014. A review of their study reveals it's flawed, superficial,
amateurish junk. Perfect fodder for fake charities, the media
and politicians. [Continue]
Fake research in support of smoke-free homes.
2014. From their source of funding to their contrived research it's a
story of corruption, duplicity and nepotism. All self-justified in
the belief they're unaccountable. [Continue]
immortality and a cushy afterlife. Michael Rubens Bloomberg.
2014. A sardonic look at how the rich try to buy their way into
paradise - and get their names carved on buildings. [Continue]
tobacco in the news all year round.
2014. And they prefer the coldest, darkest months - especially
around Xmas, with funding arranged by purposeless Honourables. [Continue]