Perhaps I should have been writing instead as it turns out I've actually been mortally wounding every last one of them.
Thus, suggests Prof. John Banzhaf of Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), adults should warn their children this Halloween, and also on other days, against visiting, going to parties, or playing in homes where adults smoke, especially in their presence.Yes, this is the same ASH whose British arm, via our taxes, are funded by Cameron's government.
I've invited ASH UK to divorce themselves from his insanity before, but received no reply. One must presume, then, that they are quite happy to be associated with probably the maddest man on the planet.
Hey, Dockrell, you've got my e-mail. I'll give you another chance. Would you care to distance your Shoreditch operation from the notion that a kid standing briefly at a smoker's door is in mortal danger on Halloween?
Think of the funding, sunshine. No-one, not even anti-smokers, are happy paying for absurdity, after all.
H/T Taking Liberties