Charlotte Gore may have packed up blogging, but you can't keep a good classic liberal down for long.
Yet people continue to smoke. They stop when they want to stop, on their own terms, for their own reasons. Or they don't. They make the choice to continue doing something that is perfectly legal, in the full knowledge of the consequences and risks.
And if the current level of official hostility against smokers is having no effect, what does it say about us that we support it irrespectively? Is it simply that expressing our displeasure at smokers makes people feel better about themselves?
She's got a point, you know. Off you pop and read the whole thing.