The United Pro Choice Smokers Rights Newsletter

September 14, 2001 Issue # 137 The Smoker's Club, Inc.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families affected by Tuesday's tragic events. We would like to thank the courageous men and women working around the clock that are involved in rescue efforts and those people responsible for keeping the American public safe.

1. Behavioral Vaccines

2. Anti-smoking Vaccine Developed

3. To the Children of Canada

4. Secondhand Smoke Studies

5. Noxious Fumes Indeed

6. Drew Estate Brooklyn Cigar Review

7. "Everything is 'Evil' to Somebody Somewhere"

8. We Are Everyday People

9. From The Mailbag

There is only one success; to be able to spend your life in your own way, and not to give others absurd maddening claims upon it.
Christopher Darlington Morley

Behavioral Vaccines:
Gateway To Hell. ... the terrible social dangers of a health establishment that is gone completely uncontrolled.

Anti-smoking Vaccine Developed :
A British-based biotechnology company is to start human trials on a revolutionary anti-smoking vaccine.

To the Children of Canada:
The TRUTH about the 'dangers' of secondhand smoke

Secondhand Smoke Studies:
The Hype And The Deceit

Noxious Fumes Indeed:
Your car can be spewing noxious fumes and punching giant-sized holes in the ozone. Doesn't matter. Just as long as you've paid enough to show you tried.
Your source for local news while in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
Toxic Fumes In Aircraft Spur Inquiry :
Industry told of risk 20 years ago.

Drew Estate Brooklyn:
Cigar Review
Buy them here!

"Everything is 'Evil' to Somebody Somewhere" :
- Joseph Campbell. It is Our Fears of others' lifestyles, and imposing our lifestyles on others who don't want them, That's the real cancer, the worst and biggest killer-disease, that we need to eradicate.

We Are Everyday People:

Cigar Dinner:
September 25, 2001 Chesterfield, MO

Children's drug is more potent than cocaine:
...Ritalin has a more potent effect on the brain than cocaine, a study has found.

What Makes Ritalin Work?:
Prescribed to some four million children in the United States annually.

A Chocolate a Day?:
The treat favored by millions may also be good for you, US researchers said.

To Just Be:
The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you're still a rat.

From The Mailbag:

Just think what "sickly," unproductive slackers such as Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill and Pablo Picasso could have accomplished if only they hadn't wasted their lives as nicotine addicts.

One 747 takeoff "spews" out the equivalent of 3,000,000+ cigarettes. And the anti-smokers are worried about second hand smoke in a designated area? The anti's are getting more ridiculous everyday.

Drug war deemed a failure... Colombian leader calls for review; he'll meet with Powell next week
10 Ways To Fight Hate:
Bias is a human condition, and American history is rife with prejudice against groups and individuals because of their race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or other differences.
101 Tools For Tolerance:
Hate can only be conquered by citizen-activists willing to promote tolerance.

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