The human body will process and rid itself of the tar from tobacco at
a certain rate, naturally on its own. The rate at which the body does
this probably varies from person to person. A lot of people would
like you to believe the body does NOT process tar, which is false.
I know exactly what you're saying, however. George Burns and Milton
Berle are two good examples. Burns smoked cigars since his early
teens, and lived to be 100 years old, dying of pnuemonia in 1995. I
dont know what age Milton Berle started smoking them but he'd been
smoking them the majority of his life, and passed away in his early-
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, Garth Macrae <garthmacrae@y...>
> I was born in the early 1930s. At that time all
> men smoked either cigarettes or pipes. I was sujected
> to second hand smoke from the time I was a baby, as
> were the rest of my generation. I started pipe smoking
> in my early 20s. According to the so called medical
> people, who seem to know it all, Myself and all of my
> generation should be dead from second hand smoke. In
> actual fact, most of my genertation are doing quite
> well and I am still quite active and healthy. I would
> like the tobacco nazis to explain to me why I'm not dead....Garth
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