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This is how ignorant society was in the 50's.

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Published on Sep 1, 2007

Its amazing what we thought was OK and now we know better. I supose other instances would be cfc's and Nuclear Bombs.
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Obergruppenführer Ernst
German doctors in the 1930s linked smoking to lung cancer, but because they were Nazis, it didn't really get around.
Richard Lane
more like people are ignorant about something all the time until they learn different. What are the hooks today
The Happener
but then cohort studies ruined the fun :(
Patrick Ilmoni
Those were the Good Ol days. Nowadays you cant even have cigarette without seeing some "concerned citizen" sneering at you.  Not to mention cafes and restaurants which should serve their paying customers.  It seems so trendy to blame some big bad company for all the smoking.  I am Not saying smoking is good for anybody, it sure isnt. But you can hardly call smokers ignorant for not living like someone else.
orasis
The German Government of Adolf Hitler had already realized that Tobacco was cancerous and that Cocaine was highly addictive and dangerous in the 30's. I believe Germany was the first state to have no smoking in public areas and made cocaine an illegal substance/drug. Why did it take another 50 years? 
orasis
Astrology isn't a total joke imo... If you read a horoscope in the weekly paper, yeah, it's worthless.. but astrologers can sometimes surprise the hell out of you. 
Phil Macrackin
I would get the hump!!
F
it always surprised me that they had cameras back then haha. silly me. . .
duumas
Camels are the best!
Victoria Brown
I personally think society has gotten worse
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