Monthly Archives: May 2015

Disagreeing Might Make You a Shrubist

I suppose it had to happen. With every type of group already represented by a phalanx of lawyers to make sure their “rights” aren’t violated, the hand-wringers are beginning to run out of groups. However, NPR recently discovered another downtrodden, … Continue reading

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An Unhurried Look at Smoking

While smoking in one form or another was known both in Central and South America a few years before Christ, Europeans first discovered it when Christopher Columbus found the Native Americans puffing on twisted tobacco leaves wrapped in corn husks. … Continue reading

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