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Don Knight
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I’ve omitted the dongle droop.

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John (scouse) Hirons
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Just as a passing thought, if you washed your car & parked it over night in the North Liverpool areas of Bootle, Seaforth or Waterloo the next morning there would be a thick sticky coating covering it, a mixture of coal dust, wheat dust, fine rust & carbon dioxide do you think that that would help the old ticker & wind bags?

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Maureen Cartwright nee Lawrence
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I am an ex smoker but unlike a lot of you i am not a hypocrite. When we smoked we did it on buses, trains, cinemas, in fact just about everywhere, but we did it IN PEACE with nobody interfering, but now because youíve managed to stop you get the holier than thou attitude and condemn the people who do smoke. Smokers who are invited into my home have the freedom to smoke if they wish(so far no one has) but the offer of an ashtray is there if itís needed. I think some of you ex smokers need to come down off your high horse and remember when you were the ones who were blowing all the smoke around, itís not something you can conveniently sweep under the carpet because you donít do it any more, so i think a bit less criticism of smokers is called for.
When it comes to chest problems my father died from collapsed lungs but it wasnít from smoking, they were full of coal dust as he was a coal miner.

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John (scouse) Hirons
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Quoting: Don Knight
Iíve omitted the dongle droop.



Alright Don, I’ve smoked from the age of 11 & much to Mine Fuhrers annoyance my little friend stands to attention no problem. If smoking reduces the ability it’s a good job or the boss would have changed bedrooms long ago.

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Quoting: John (scouse) Hirons
Just as a passing thought, if you washed your car & parked it over night in the North Liverpool areas of Bootle, Seaforth or Waterloo the next morning there would be a thick sticky coating covering it, a mixture of coal dust, wheat dust, fine rust & carbon dioxide do you think that that would help the old ticker & wind bags?



Scouse. with your reputation re. Hubcaps etc. i think if i parked my car in the ’Pool overnight, the following morning maybe  i might be short of breath but not from smoking.

In bygne days when i did stay in  your fair city it was shanks pony
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