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These pictures may be used for making posters or in class projects,
or can simply be printed out, hung in your room, and enjoyed.

 

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or link to the appropriate website.
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Joe Chemo
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b Kool?

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Patrick Reynolds in his new video,
The Truth About Tobacco
Patrick's father died from smoking, so Patrick turned his back on the tobacco company founded by his grandfather. His new video,
and his live middle and high school assembly programs,
have reached thousands of students. Patrick has become
one of the nation's best known smoke-free advocates, and a top motivational speaker in tobacco education.
For information, please visit
www.tobaccofree.org/patrick.html.

For permission to reproduce this photo, contact
Visible Light Photography/Mickey Krakowski
visible@gvii.net
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The real Marlboro Country

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In BADvertising Country, artist Bonnie Vierthaler counters the seduction of tobacco ads by doctoring them up to make them honest.

By juxtaposing silly, gross and disgusting images on top of tobacco ads, she jolts people into realizing how tobacco ad imagery is concealing the truth, manipulating young people into tobacco addiction.

Best of all, at this site you can learn How to BADvertise yourself, using scissors and glue or computer and mouse.

Artist Bonnie Vierthaler's email is bv@badvertising.org.

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Exporting death to Asia,
and making it look cool to Chinese

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Patrick Reynolds' grandfather R.J.REYNOLDS, who founded the tobacco company in 1875, began manufacturing Camel cigarettes in 1913. He died in 1918, of cancer of the pancreas, after a lifetime of chewing tobacco -- ironically, the same product which established his fortune, and earlier, his father's, in the tobacco business. Studies have linked cancer of the pancreas to chewing tobacco. He married at age 53, and died at age 67, when his eldest son, R.J. Reynolds, Jr., was just 12. As a result, R.J. Jr. would never spend much time working in the tobacco business, nor would any of R.J. Jr.'s 6 sons.
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Photo 32

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Patrick Reynolds giving a talk to
600 3rd to 6th graders
in Portland, Oregon, 1988.
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Patrick Reynolds
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(Magazine is out of print for over 3 years.)
Photo credit requested: Hara Photo.
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Patrick Reynolds peaking at a middle school.
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Mr. Reynolds answers a question in a
Q&A session at a high school.
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Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop
and Mr. Reynolds met on May 3, 1989 in
Washington, DC. Dr. Koop later commented,
"Patrick Reynolds is one of the nation's most
influential advocates of a smokefree America."
Dr. Koop also called his testimony
"invaluable to our society."
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The International No-Smoking Symbol.
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