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Rodney Smith writes:
You can limit the amount of pizza, carbohydrates, and calories you take in, but if people are smoking around you, in a public place, you can't limit the amount of smoke inhaled. Eating too much pizza harms only the person indulging in it, as second hand smoke harms others that are around them. --Rodney Smith
Comments re article 60354 Wonders which is worse Second hand smoke or CaloriesCarbohydrates

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