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Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: graymoose1 ()
Date: December 28, 2009 02:31PM

Now thats funny

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Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: Johnny Walker ()
Date: December 28, 2009 02:46PM

I'm smoking fucking carpet glue?

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Date: December 28, 2009 02:50PM

yep they're in va now too. If they're Camels then it has FSC printed on the plastic on the bottom of the pack, if they're Marlboros then FSC is printed above the barcode. those are the only kinds ive looked at so i don't know about other brands



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/28/2009 02:52PM by un-fairfax aboveground.

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: Warhawk ()
Date: December 28, 2009 02:58PM

LOL. Goddamn, if smoking wasn't bad enough. Enjoy that formaldehyde byproduct of carpet glue. Oh wait, that shit is probably already in cigarettes.

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Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: Gravis ()
Date: December 28, 2009 08:25PM

this seems like an insidious yet ingenious idea, following the premise that this has little to do with fire safety.


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Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: smoker ()
Date: December 28, 2009 08:45PM

I love these things. I have a habit of lighting and letting them burn away in the ashtray.

Now I just relight and viola, less units smoked.

Savin' $$$!!!

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: bloody blisters ()
Date: December 30, 2009 02:10PM

you said viola



thats stupider than FSC carpetglue idea. they will still burn your house down and something else clever and witty to prove my point.. double period blisters signing off.

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: Lurker. ()
Date: December 30, 2009 02:24PM

You mean they used cigarette glue on my carpet?

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: boredom ()
Date: December 30, 2009 03:28PM

It's amazing how many toxic chemicals are in cigarettes. Shit, all it should be is tobacco and paper, wtf.

Given that, go ahead and legalize marijuana, but I'd bet a years salary that if/when marijuana is legalized, you'll suddenly see the ingredients go from marijuana and paper to marijuana, paper, and a few hundred toxic ass chemicals.

After all, the same companies that make cigarettes are definitely going to be the main producers of marijuana. They've already got the distribution channels, production capacity, and hundreds of farmers who would probably switch over in a heartbeat.

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: bloody blisters ()
Date: December 30, 2009 03:34PM

boredom Wrote:
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> It's amazing how many toxic chemicals are in
> cigarettes. Shit, all it should be is tobacco and
> paper, wtf.
>
> Given that, go ahead and legalize marijuana, but
> I'd bet a years salary that if/when marijuana is
> legalized, you'll suddenly see the ingredients go
> from marijuana and paper to marijuana, paper, and
> a few hundred toxic ass chemicals.
>
> After all, the same companies that make cigarettes
> are definitely going to be the main producers of
> marijuana. They've already got the distribution
> channels, production capacity, and hundreds of
> farmers who would probably switch over in a
> heartbeat.

thats where you are wrong. if cannabis is legalized the majority would grow their own and i would buy stock in rolling papers and glassware.

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: 496 ()
Date: December 30, 2009 03:58PM

You put carpet glue in my tobacco! Well you put tobacco in my carpet glue!

Puff puff, wow, tastes great together!

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: 49fail ()
Date: December 30, 2009 04:02PM

496 Wrote:
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> You put carpet glue in my tobacco! Well you put
> tobacco in my carpet glue!
>
> Puff puff, wow, tastes great together!


ghey

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: 49fail ()
Date: December 30, 2009 04:06PM

THo, who wanth to meet for frapth over at the DNC?!? I'm there all day every day!

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: Herbal Tea ()
Date: December 30, 2009 04:14PM

I'll just be glad when one can legally substitute dank for oregano on his spaghetti dinner, have a laced brownie for desert, and wash it all down with a nice hot freshly steeped glass if Pot-Tea.

Re: Fire Safe Cigarettes - three times the paper + carpet glue
Posted by: boredom ()
Date: December 30, 2009 09:02PM

bloody blisters Wrote:
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> boredom Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > It's amazing how many toxic chemicals are in
> > cigarettes. Shit, all it should be is tobacco
> and
> > paper, wtf.
> >
> > Given that, go ahead and legalize marijuana,
> but
> > I'd bet a years salary that if/when marijuana
> is
> > legalized, you'll suddenly see the ingredients
> go
> > from marijuana and paper to marijuana, paper,
> and
> > a few hundred toxic ass chemicals.
> >
> > After all, the same companies that make
> cigarettes
> > are definitely going to be the main producers
> of
> > marijuana. They've already got the
> distribution
> > channels, production capacity, and hundreds of
> > farmers who would probably switch over in a
> > heartbeat.
>
> thats where you are wrong. if cannabis is
> legalized the majority would grow their own and i
> would buy stock in rolling papers and glassware.

I suspect you'd see legalization of cannabis, but growing would require some sort of federal license making it illegal to grow your own.

Even if there were no restriction on growing, fewer people will bother to grow their own for the same reason that very few people make their own beer or wine. It's not difficult to brew, it's much easier to just go to the store.



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