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Horrible.Locally my (un)favourite is the slogan on police cars -'making a safer Suffolk'. WTF dude! Could Suffolk be an any safer county? Anyway, safer from what? Or for what? Aaaarrrrggghhh!
L, reminds of the sticker on the back of some post office vans:"Speed restricted to 70 mph" (or words to that effect).WTF? That's the national speed limit. You can't reasonably expect somebody to go faster than that, or complain because they are refusing to go faster.
If smoke can do that, what about all the airborne bacteria and viruses from those sick patients? Dangerous places hospitals.
A comparison with the fumes from ambulance exhausts would be interesting.
I don't really think it could be doing that, and I also don't think it does do that.The reason i dont think either of those things are happening, is simply because people have not been permitted to smoke in hospitals for many years.
VFTS, AKH, you're the scientists. Are the answers perhaps "No it couldn't" and "No it doesn't"?J, no, having banished people from smoking inside they are now going to banish people from smoking outside. Which sort of narrows a smokers' options...
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