Quit smoking myself years ago, but I can't help but notice every time I go the grocery store... Tobacco is sold right next to nicotine patches. Why not put advertisements for nutri-system in the Burger King? We all know smoking/chewing is bad for your health, but it's no one's business/responsibly what you're putting into your body but you. Smoking bans in public places make sense, can't argue that one. When thinking about this the other day, I did a little research, and went on the site of some of the bigger tobacco companies. Not only did I already know that the "quitting smoking greatly reduces risks to your health," but they're apparently required to put it on their websites too! I mean honestly, people already know this, but what can be worse for marketing and advertising than literally saying, "hi, please don't use my product"? If that's what we're doing, why not put warnings on anything that's bad for you. "May cause weight gain" on fast food wrappers. "May damage hearing" on c.d. cases. It's a slippery slope of a nanny state, and I'm not a fan. Just think we should let smokers smoke, and not criminalize them for it!