New moonbats in the belfry...It seems there are new regular visitors to The Attic.....the comments on certain posts, shows that the health Nazis are familiar with computers and the internet, I wonder if they realize CRT tubes are a health risk?
Well thanks American-keep-the-media-attention-on-us-while-we-lobby-politicians-for-unnecessary-smoking-bans,-it-keeps-the-donations-and-grant-dollars-rolling-in-Association we welcome uninformed health Nazis like your organization, so that we can educate you with some of the tenets you may have missed in public school, namely science and math.
Did you know the city of St. Louis Park, MN. Environmental Health Dept. employed....science....to test the air quality in all 19 bars & restaurants in its jurisdiction to measure the concentrations of secondhand smoke; the median result was 0.0000033 g/ cu.M. And then my organization employed......math......to compare the SLP study to OSHA permissible exposure limits (pel), yes OSHA has a safe (pel) for secondhand smoke (nicotine) it is 0.0005 g/ cu.M., and the mathematical result is that secondhand smoke concentrations are 150 times safer than OSHA (pel).
So welcome, feel free to rummage around The Attic. Hope the facts presented in some of these posts don't offend you........Oh, maybe you didn't hear ....secondhand smoke concentrations in bars & restaurants is 150 times safer than OSHA regulations. It's going to be near impossible for your group & the medical industry
(the same medical industry which sells nicotine patches, lozenges, and alternative nicotine delivery systems?)
(Speaking of which, talk about smoking gun..... )
........."The proper regulatory response is to implement a strategy that levels the regulatory playing field between the cigarette and AND products." (....alternative nicotine delivery system (ANDS)). Pharmaceutical companies are urged to be more aggressive marketers. "I think it important that drug manufacturers, who will profit from less cigarette sales, pursue this in their advertising and that they lift any voluntary restraints they have from directly competing with tobacco products and attacking the tobacco industry"..............
but I digress.
to convince any more government officials there is a health hazard in secondhand smoke when even OSHA says that employees are safe.....(more so the customers, since their visit is far less than 8 hours.)