Olson: Keep kids out of smokers’ club
Ask anyone you see shivering in an alley or sitting in a smoky car with a cigarette in their hand if they’d like to quit smoking and they’d probably tell you yes, and ask you for a blanket.
Smokers have known their habit is no good for them since the Flintstones were smoking Winstons. But in 2013, there are few things worse than being a smoker.
And yet, some people still want to join the club. Usually, they’re too young to understand what they’re signing up for. And it appears that if they try on a given day, underage people can succeed in buying cigarettes.
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