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Hannibal

Hannibal: Smokin' Is Voluntary/Two Parties My ASS!/Other Random Stuff

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Goddamn, if I hear or see another add, public service anouncement, or other jerk off on TV telling
me how legal, private, cigarette companies are responsible for people starting and continuing to
smoke, I'm going to load my rifle, sit in front of a mirror, and see what it would look like to paint a
room with my brains!!! Smoking is fucking voluntary! If you think it's wrong, if you think it shortens
your lifespan, or has any other effect other than the ones that we already know fuck you up, don't
do it!!!! Son of a bitch, don't scapegoat a seller/producer of a legal and overly regulated product if
you can't get it through your skull that inhaling any kind of smoke will destroy lung tissue! Take
some fucking responsibility and/or accountability you bleeding heart burnouts!!!

Message To Gore...To Bush:

Fuck off! You both suck, you dishonor the memory of the revolutionaries who took up the gun to
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