Smoke Break, 2000
Posts Tagged ‘smoking’
Ice Cream Truck, Smoke Break, 2000
I'm not one for fellating fellow journalists, but I'd make a knee-bruising exception for Slate's Ron Rosenbaum, the first big-name journalist (who's not a card-carrying libertarian) to stick up for President-elect Barack Obama's nicotine addiction.
Due to a nasty cold that I suspect is very slowly mutating into a lower respiratory tract infection, I haven't had a cigarette since Thursday of last week. In the interim, I've been thinking about smoking, and watching movies in which people smoke, and walking out to City Paper's parking deck, where I purse my [...]
According to a study conducted by "world-renowned scent scientist Alan Hirsch, M.D.," founder of Chicago's Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, banning cigarettes from bars has resulted in people smelling things other than cigarettes in bars. The study, which investigated the odors inside one smoke-free Chicago bar, was sponsored by the folks over at [...]