Being a clever man, Einstein appears to have reached the conclusion that god as envisaged by most religious people on earth (an anthropomorphic creation) was not compatible with what he learnt through scientific understanding of the universe. He also rejected a 'god' who could have any interest in humanity's actions or morality.
Its a sop to those few remaining pensioners with any accessible savings who have been subsidising you avoricious debt-ridden mortgagees through the reigns of successive governments. We didn't fight the war just to keep you lot in Guardian subscriptions, tofu and Waitrose gift cards y'know. Clip round the ear ole, that what you need. Modern yoof? Pah! You don't know you're born!
Oh dear, grandad's gone off on one again. Better switch off his hearing aid.
I'm in the rather strange position of agreeing with just about everyone on this thread.
I think someone has done a proper sales job on Warrington and they have taken the bait in all innocence, thinking that it is their social and corporate responsibility to get people to "vape" instead of hiding in the bogs for a quick nicotine fix.
I don't smoke myself but I am very sympathetic with Saintslass who obviously sees the relative benefits of vaping, but it also seems to be early days in terms of the genuine advantages of e-cigs.
I do find it a bit hypocritical to sell beer in 2 pint pots and then take the moral high ground about smoking, but I really do think that Warrington are trying to do the right thing. They have hardly sold their soul to the devil by taking money from a company who seem to provide a better alternative to fags for everyone inside and outside the stadium.
Sorry, I'll stop now because sitting on this fence is hurting my trumper...
May I remind you that this is the internet and that fairness and balance have no place here.