This is something I quote from an authority on this very subject.
I kid you not.
this for a moment...'Tobacco' (or 'nicotine') is regulated under
Federal Law in Australia. Unless you don't listen to the radio,
watch TV, read magazines, newspapers or periodicals, see billboards,
browse websites hosting ads (Disclaimer: Like this one...proceeds go
towards 'green' generated power AKA Solar panels and accessories)...you
will have noticed that "4,000 chemicals" are present in 'smoke' "
(nicotine containing tobacco products) contain known carcinogens
(cancer causing/aggravating matter) and you know...the sale is regulated
from the sale in plan packaging (see HERE - April 10, 2011) to
the specified places where it is deemed you can spark up a cancer stick
cancer stick being slang for a tobacco cigarette, perhaps an Australian
Oh and the Government earns revenue from the sale of these nasty death delivery systems (cigarettes) in the form of taxes)
to know something stupid about Steroid users, public
medical supervised injecting clinics with rehab services,
habitual/addicted intravenous/intramuscular needle users (or 'junkies')?
only 1 of these responsible injecting clinics available in Australia,
and only a small segment of the targeted users are fully law abiding by
making use of the facility (for possessing/transporting controlled
substances like morphine, oxycontin painkiller pills, street heroin,
methadone, that stuff they rob ambo's for, amphetamines, and
cocaine...which are all injectable...oh and they want to patrol the
surrounding area housing the clinic with *common* illicit drug detecting
According to the experts (Zoo Weekly)
a 'men's mag' with a broad range of readers which one would have to
assume is targeted at the younger adult male population - In issue 343,
Sept 24, 2012 "4 out of 5 (80%) of the time Australia police sniffer dog
wrongly identify drug carriers" - Reckon they could detect steroids and
the "pre and post workout" pills gym junkies pop? Or pharmaceutical
painkilling drugs or stimulants? Or just the street drugs?
poor criminal junkies get a record and can't get work, they need
medical attention and instead get a cell and an addiction that turns
them to a life of crime, lining the pockets of violent and manipulative
Makes a lot of sense don't it?