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  1. Hmeyers says:

    Then take a “Winston break” with Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble:

  2. sargasso says:

    In the 60′s, Mom and Pop preparing the turkey, Dad with a cigarette in his mouth, sleeves rolled up, nicotine yellowed fingers gripping the greasy handled carving knife, sweating profusely at the effort. Mom blowing smoke rings at the kids over the sweet potato pie and roast vegetables. Ahh, sweet memories of youth.

  3. RTaylor says:

    I remember those days #2. I also buried both parents and a sister from lung cancer. Somethings do change for the better.

  4. Floyd says:

    My dad died early of lung cancer around 70 (Camels and Chesterfields, mostly). My mom quit smoking 10 years before my dad died, and died 15 years after he died of mild emphysema and circulatory problems.

    My siblings and I probably have some damage from second hand smoke when we were young, but we’re all relatively healthy so far.

  5. Faxon says:

    I had a great cigar this morning as I walked the dog.

  6. Lou says:

    Good idea !

  7. honeyman says:

    Come to Australia and smoke as many camels as you want :)

  8. Loupe Garou says:

    Cigarettes were everywhere. I can remember airlines giving out little 4 cigarette packs with meals and in Bethesda Naval Hospital the Red Cross would come around the wards and pass out free cigarettes.

  9. Hornet21 says:

    Seems like you guys lift every other post from Consumerist.com http://consumerist.com/2009/11/1936-thanksgiving-camel-ad-smoke-after-each-course.html

  10. BigBoyBC says:

    We smoked a turkey today. Smoking it was easy, finding a bong big enough, that was a bitch…

    Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

  11. JimD says:

    Drug Pushers always give out free samples !!! Those purveyors of COFFIN NAILS AND CANCER STICKS ought to be EXECUTED BY FIRING SQUAD !!!

  12. Poof Puff The Magic Camel says:

    Hornet21, doesn’t matter – one big reason Dvorak’s blog is grrrrreat is that you don’t have to register to post. The concept of being forced to register is communist in style, something America is quickly adopting in so many areas of it’s ways. Another is that the theme is way different than “The Consumerist” as it is more general, not just consumer product related. Now about those Camels (puff puff, ahhhhh) science has well proven that stress kills, if a Camel after a holiday meal de-stresses, that’s saving lives. Do you have a problem with saving lives? Puff puff, ahhhhhh.

  13. Mac Guy says:

    I used to smoke Camel lights for 8 years.

    I quit on January. Haven’t had a single cigarette since.

  14. Buffet says:

    Mac Guy – Congratulations man! Keep up the good work. Hope ya feel like a million bucks.

  15. Hornet21 says:

    @12 I don’t like their commenting policies either, but I think attribution should be given.

  16. Named says:

    I prefer a Gauloises…

  17. Rick Cain says:

    I remember my smoky days as a youth, mom smoked, dad smoked. Dad died, mom quit.
    I won’t allow cigarettes in my house and just the stink from my clothing after being in the club is just gross.

  18. chris says:

    No thanks on that one! LOL…. Helps you digest. That is hilarious. Try the e cig for that one!

  19. Elwood Gron says:

    A common misconception among a lot of folks nowadays when they ask how you can stop smoking pot is that marijuana is significantly like cigarettes in that they are physically addictive and so very challenging to stop smoking simply because of cravings within the body. These cravings can drive you to distraction unless you’ve a smoke to calm down. This in fact is completely incorrect and is probably just a mish mash of misinformation likening a joint to a cigarette because you smoke them and of course the reality numerous other drugs are really addictive chemically like cigarettes.