Yet here we are, some people making a big song and dance about something that is of no risk to anyone else but the user......
Remains to be seen, obviously. Inhaling slate dust wasn't harmful in 1922 - according to Lord Penrhyn - in fact, it was positively beneficial and he challenged anyone to prove otherwise. Owning slate quarries, of course, may have coloured his judgement. Either way, he wasn't seen working in them too often, funnily enough.
Menthylated cigarettes were recommended by doctors in the 1940s and 1950s. Today, we're a bit wiser.
Maybe a few years from now, we'll be wiser about e-cigarettes. Who knows ?
We take your point, Saintslass. You're addicted. You can't give them up. Spare us the encouragement to take up your addiction.
Why the hell can't they ever get it right - one home game in April, but three in May - which will most likely be the month I take my holidays. Is it such hard work to give clubs alternate home and away fixtures ?
Yes. It's impossible. If they did, you'd never play the five teams who were at home when you were at home because they'd always be home when you were at home and away when you were away.