underground canadian cigs


spork
#1
going rate
$10 for 200g + lighter


$20 for 200cigs + lighter



any better deals than this, and oh,

ps:
kinda miss that old frank, although not so much the big time bay street incarnation








..........spork
 
Reverend Blair
#2
If the cigarettes are underground, don't they get all muddy?
 
Andem
#3
20$ for a carton sounds sweet. Right now they go for around 60$ at Costco :S
 
Reverend Blair
#4
Yeah, but they'll be all muddy from being under the ground.
 
no1important
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Andem

20$ for a carton sounds sweet. Right now they go for around 60$ at Costco :S

Thats cheap. here it is closer to 80$.

You can get those number 7 presto packs for about$ 60 with all taxes included but regular tailor mades are 78-85 depending where you go.
 
mrmom2
#6
Pie is cheaper and it tastes better :P
 
spork
#7
yea


and the cigs are just loaded with extra ether and all sorts of unregulated, untaxed canadian chemicals

 
spork
#8
gettin a ten bag in da mail

 
DasFX
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by spork

going rate
$10 for 200g + lighter


$20 for 200cigs + lighter



any better deals than this, and oh,

ps:
kinda miss that old frank, although not so much the big time bay street incarnation








..........spork

Cigarettes are too cheap if you ask me. They should tax the hell out of them, that way people will not smoke. Or if they feel that is a violation of rights, they should implement a nation wide smoking ban in public places and then affend OHIP or whatever it is in each province saying that the government will not pay for problems purposely inflicted on oneself.

Private insurance companies don't pay out for suicide, why should public insurance?
 
Reverend Blair
#10
Trust me Das...those people who were going to quit because of the high price did so long ago.
 
DasFX
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

Trust me Das...those people who were going to quit because of the high price did so long ago.

Make it higher, it can't be that expensive, go to any high school and see how many folks smoke.
 
Reverend Blair
#12
Compare that to 25 years ago when everybody smoked everywhere all of the time. I went to the only high school in Regina that didn't have an indoor smoking room.

Raising the prices already made everybody that was going quit because of the price quit. At this point you are punishing people who still smoke.
 
DasFX
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

Compare that to 25 years ago when everybody smoked everywhere all of the time. I went to the only high school in Regina that didn't have an indoor smoking room.

Raising the prices already made everybody that was going quit because of the price quit. At this point you are punishing people who still smoke.

Then they should forfeit their rights to free medical care (for diseases associated with smoking). Why should I pay if they knowingly and continuously poison themselves?
 
Reverend Blair
#14
The tax money already taken in more than covers it. Smokers tend to die rather quickly, no point in lingering.
 
DasFX
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

The tax money already taken in more than covers it. Smokers tend to die rather quickly, no point in lingering.

It isn't only the cost, but the strain on medical resources.
 
Reverend Blair
#16
It costs far more to look after old people. Nobody is suggesting taxing them more.
 
Reverend Blair
#17
Think I'll go buy some smokes.
 
DasFX
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

It costs far more to look after old people. Nobody is suggesting taxing them more.

No one can help getting old, but people can refrain from smoking.
 
Reverend Blair
#19
Can they?
 
Jo Canadian
#20
Everybody enjoys underground smokes from time to time, just look at the one who thinks that "American consumers will get their fine cigars and their cheap sugar, but at the cost of our national honor"


Just support your local Reserve!
 
no1important
#21
Quote:

Then they should forfeit their rights to free medical care (for diseases associated with smoking). Why should I pay if they knowingly and continuously poison themselves?

Tobacco is a legal product. Smokers through high taxes pay their share towards medical, more so than some.

What about all the overweight people then? If they have high cholesterol from eating fast food and have a heart attack, should they be denied too?

You should leave the smokers alone and reduce the taxes, as once we are all gone it will be the obese people who will be targets next. A "Fat Tax" will be implemented to cover the cost of all the medical problems caused by obesity and to make up tax loss from non smokers.

Further more just go to the reserve and buy tax free smokes anyways. ($28 a carton)
 
Said1
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by spork

going rate
$10 for 200g + lighter


$20 for 200cigs + lighter



any better deals than this, and oh,

ps:
kinda miss that old frank, although not so much the big time bay street incarnation

Got me beat by a lighter.
 

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