03 April, 2003

Feel the Love

Found this on the Philip Morris website, under the section Youth Smoking Prevention:

We also believe that stopping children from smoking is the right thing to do. In fact, because of the serious health effects of our products, we believe we must stop children from smoking. [Emphasis added]

Now wait, I must be missing something. Here they are, admitting the fact that their products have serious health effects, and yet they are only concerned with stopping children from smoking? What about the adults? Are adults immune to the serious health effects?

1 comment:

  1. no, silly, it's an adult choice. they can choose to experience the pleasure of smoking in return for serious health effects. but they're warned, so they shouldn't complain when they can't breathe anymore!