Who is the Centennial blind man?<quoted text>
Try the the Centennial blind man.
#21 Sep 5, 2011
#22 Sep 8, 2011
Who is the Centennial blind man?
#23 Sep 8, 2011
Click on the link and find out how Trustte Small of the VVP has been voting to spend your tax money http://peoplesvoiceparty.blogspot.com/
#24 Sep 9, 2011
I had no clue all this was happening in town. No wonder nothing got fixed on my street they spend all the money on lawsuit and stupid jobs.
#25 Sep 9, 2011
Please, the only money they are spending on lawsuits is money that they are being forced to settle with from the stupidity of the mayor and at a time when failed PVP candidate Mary McGee was on the board.
We got rid of one of them during the last election, let's get rid of the other this election.
More examples of the PVP getting it wrong as usual, while I'm sure you want to put as much space between him and yourselves before the next election we all remember the glowing write ups that you wrote about Mayor Kris in your campaign materials last time he ran.
#26 Sep 9, 2011
Hookah smoking: Is it safer than cigarettes?
Is hookah smoking safer than smoking cigarettes? I've been told that the water used in the hookah makes the tobacco less toxic.
Richard D. Hurt, M.D. Mayo Clinic
Hookah smoking is not safer than cigarette smoking. Also known as narghile, shisha and goza, a hookah is a water pipe with a smoke chamber, a bowl, a pipe and a hose. Specially made tobacco is heated, and the smoke passes through water and is then drawn through a rubber hose to a mouthpiece. The tobacco is no less toxic in a hookah pipe, and the water in the hookah does not filter out the toxic ingredients in the tobacco smoke. Hookah smokers may actually inhale more tobacco smoke than cigarette smokers do because of the large volume of smoke they inhale in one smoking session, which can last as long as 60 minutes.
While research about hookah smoking is still emerging, evidence shows that it poses many dangers:
Hookah smoke contains high levels of toxic compounds, including tar, carbon monoxide, heavy metals and cancer-causing chemicals (carcinogens). In fact, hookah smokers are exposed to more carbon monoxide and smoke than are cigarette smokers. As with cigarette smoking, hookah smoking is linked to lung and oral cancers, heart disease and other serious illnesses. Hookah smoking delivers about the same amount of nicotine as cigarette smoking does, possibly leading to tobacco dependence. Hookah smoke poses dangers associated with secondhand smoke. Hookah smoking by pregnant women can result in low birth weight babies. Hookah pipes used in hookah bars and cafes may not be cleaned properly, risking the spread of infectious diseases.
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