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Cigarette not staying lit?

Hey smokers, I ran across this and didn't see anything about this lately.

Though...

I don't really go into those huge debate threads about smoking bans unless I'm being a smahtass.

I'd be pissed if I was a smoker and they kept going out. I guess this means that the social smokers taking one or two puffs will have to keep re-lighting

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In an effort to prevent fires that are caused by cigarettes, Governor Rod R. Blagojevich today signed Senate Bill 2302, sponsored by Sen. William Haine (D-Alton) and Rep. Daniel Burke (D-Chicago). SB 2302 requires that beginning January 1, 2008, all cigarettes sold in Illinois must be certified as low ignition according to standards established by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM). Low-ignition cigarettes are wrapped in special paper that contains a fire-retardant band, which automatically extinguishes the cigarette when it burns to the band without being puffed.

"Any step that can prevent a fire is one that we should take," said Gov. Blagojevich. "Cigarettes that self-extinguish will help keep families all across the state safe from the kind of accidents that destroy homes and lives."

According to the National Fire Protection Association, cigarettes are the leading cause of home fire fatalities in the United States, killing 700-900 people - smokers and non-smokers alike - every year. More than 1,500 others are injured each year nationally in cigarette-related fires, and property losses in smoking-related fires total hundreds of millions of dollars.

The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) would verify testing and certification that all cigarettes are low ignition. The OSFM would also approve any packaging that identifies the cigarettes as low ignition. Retailers who sell cigarettes in violation of this new law would face civil penalties, and the cigarettes without the fire-retardant bands could be seized. Any fines collected would go in to a new fund that the OSFM could use for fire safety and prevention programs.

"Cigarettes are one of the leading causes of residential fires in the United States each year, claiming an average of 1,000 lives and causing nearly 2,000 injuries and nearly $400,000,000 in direct property damage," said Sen. Haine. "This bill will help the State of Illinois cut down on these fires, thereby saving the lives of citizens. The technology is there to make these cigarettes, and in Illinois, we are ensuring that fire safety is the standard."

"Too often we hear stories of homes burning down and people being hurt or losing their lives in fires and then learn that it was caused by a lit cigarette," Rep. Burke said. "Sadly, many of these incidents could have been avoided. We cannot control the actions of smokers or the accidental misuse of smoking materials, but we can control the ignition propensity of those cigarettes. Hopefully, by requiring self-extinguishing cigarettes, we will be able to help avoid more future tragedies."

Illinois joins New York, Vermont, California, and Canada in requiring self-extinguishing cigarettes.

"Although smoking-related fires thankfully have decreased in recent years due to fire-resistant furniture and public education, cigarettes are still the leading cause of home fire fatalities. This new law is an important step forward to further cut the number of fires caused by cigarettes and - most importantly - save lives," said State Fire Marshal Dave Foreman.
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a fire-retardant band???..Yeah that sounds like it's going to be real healthy to burn and inhale.

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All cigarettes sold in Canada have a dead spot where it will go out if you aren't actively puffin' away.

It's a pain in the ass, you'll be talking for a while take a puff and the smoke is out.

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Aren't there way more fires caused by candles in the home? do something about that first.

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I love how they repeat the same info in the 5th paragraph as they did in the 3rd one

Ok i was in canada last year and the smokes out there didnt come with a dead spot if you didnt smoke it.

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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I love how they repeat the same info in the 5th paragraph as they did in the 3rd one

Surprised you found this. They're reporters, they don't know what gramer or proper punctuation is... perhaps you read a lot of newspapers and watch a lot of news???
Oh the irony!!!
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a fire-retardant band???..Yeah that sounds like it's going to be real healthy to burn and inhale.
And ruin the natural health effects that smoking already brings to people?

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I love how they repeat the same info in the 5th paragraph as they did in the 3rd one

Ok i was in canada last year and the smokes out there didnt come with a dead spot if you didnt smoke it.
Are you sure or did you just not notice?

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Surprised you found this. They're reporters, they don't know what gramer or proper punctuation is... perhaps you read a lot of newspapers and watch a lot of news???
Oh the irony!!!
They're

Sigh Mort nothing better to do with you day then talk about ones grammer yet you cant even spell a simple word like grammer correct

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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Sigh Mort nothing better to do with you day then talk about ones grammer yet you cant even spell a simple word like grammer correct
I misspelled grammar intenshunally.

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Are you sure or did you just not notice?
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Was a friends house in the garage working on something and I lit one up and forgot it in the ash tray burnt all the way down even tho no one took a drag from it

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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I misspelled grammar intenshunally.

RIGHT

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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ive known about this for a while. and i noticed when the cigarettes changed. its a pain. the thing will go out for no reason. you have to keep puffin on it to stay lit. im so mad i may just quit

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Aren't there way more fires caused by candles in the home? do something about that first.
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a fire-retardant band???..Yeah that sounds like it's going to be real healthy to burn and inhale.
Yeah because smokers really care about their health. There's already a bunch of shit in the tobacco and the paper is already treated with a myriad of chemicals. A little fire retardant won't hurt.

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Aren't there way more fires caused by candles in the home? do something about that first.
Where you get that from?

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Need to ban mort

Mort was waiting to see how long it would take you to notice grammar was spelled as grammer

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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actually what i read in the past is that there used to be a chemical in there that helped it stay lit better...which has been removed. the band thing im not sure what it is...

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i love when people call a trailer a trailor

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I noticed my smokes going out alot, PISSES ME OFF. THOSE POLITITIONS NEED TO HAVE THEIR FACE PUONDED IN, UNTILL THEY LIFT THE SMOKING BAN, ALL LAWS AGAINST POT AND NO MORE SEATBELTS! I WOULD LIKE TO PUT THE WHOLE BUMCH OF THEM IN THE STOCKS, SO WE CAN PELT THEM REPEATEDLY STONES, ROTTEN FRUIT, COW-PIES AND BASEBALL BATS! I AM TIRED OF THEM TAKING AWAY OUR FREEDOMS ONE AT A TIME.

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I noticed my smokes going out alot, PISSES ME OFF. THOSE POLITITIONS NEED TO HAVE THEIR FACE PUONDED IN, UNTILL THEY LIFT THE SMOKING BAN, ALL LAWS AGAINST POT AND NO MORE SEATBELTS! I WOULD LIKE TO PUT THE WHOLE BUMCH OF THEM IN THE STOCKS, SO WE CAN PELT THEM REPEATEDLY STONES, ROTTEN FRUIT, COW-PIES AND BASEBALL BATS! I AM TIRED OF THEM TAKING AWAY OUR FREEDOMS ONE AT A TIME.


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Most of my buddies who still smoke cigs now roll their own. They buy a big bag of Drum brand tobacco or whichever one they get, and then roll them suckas like J's. They all say that the tobacco is much better, it's way cheaper than buying a typical pack, and it also slows them down a bit by having to roll them, so the end up smoking a bit less.

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I used to roll my own a few years ago. I smoked drum tobacco. If I new I was going out I would roll a few ahead of time. I was at a fest listening to a band and some guy watched me roll one up. He walked over and offered me five bucksit. Dumb ass that he was I should have taken the money. Just don't leave all the little roaches laying in the ashtray of your car. It's no fun when you get pulled over. Woodridge cops don't seem to like that. As for the new smokes I heard it was only marlboro that had the ones that burn out. It's a pain in the ass. The only ones that have it so far are the hard packs. If you look by the upc code on the pack it will say FSC for "Fire saftey control" abover the upc. Those are the ones that will burn out on there own.
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Most of my buddies who still smoke cigs now roll their own. They buy a big bag of Drum brand tobacco or whichever one they get, and then roll them suckas like J's. They all say that the tobacco is much better, it's way cheaper than buying a typical pack, and it also slows them down a bit by having to roll them, so the end up smoking a bit less.
I tried that for awhile in college. It was A LOT cheaper than buying packs and really cheap to do if you used the cheap, manual roller (~$3.50). For $20, you could roll hundreds of cigarettes and once you get your method down, it goes really, really quick. My wife still does it from time to time and can roll 10 cigs in a 5 minutes or so.

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told you guys, this man is a genius!! when is he LEAVing???
I'm waiting for "free cigarettes for senior citizens" why should my grandma have to pay $40/carton...hasn't she paid enough over the 70+ years of smoking??

Look, I can appreciate this. I was young too, I felt just like you. Hated authority, hated all my bosses, thought they were full of shit. Look, it's like they say, if you're not a rebel by the age of 20, you got no heart, but if you haven't turned establishment by 30, you've got no brains. Because there are no story-book romances, no fairy-tale endings. So before you run out and change the world, ask yourself, "What do you really want?"
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