Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Canadian Kids Are Drug Addicted Sexaholics, But Thank Goodness They Don't Smoke!

A ruling by Canada's Supreme Court will allow provinces to impose more restrictions on tobacco. (full story)

"I think the judgment will lead to more provinces taking action to ban cigarette displays in retail stores," Said Rob Cunningham, Canadian Cancer Society senior policy analyst.
The ruling would allow provinces to restrict tobacco displays in stores seen by minors. Retailers could still sell cigarettes, but not display them.
"Children should not grow up in an environment where they are exposed to cigarettes -- that are addictive -- in the same way that they are exposed to hockey cards and bubble gum," added Cunningham.

At the same time, according to the CBC (The Passionate Eye show) it's alright for your kids to have sex - as long as they use "protection".(Don't forget, in Canada kids can legally do it at the age of 14.)
This show followed a group of kids, some as young as 13, talking about their sex lives and doing drugs.

I's kinda strange this attitude Canadians have...It's OK for us to let little Johnny smoke weed all day and have multiple "safe" sex partners, but we have a sacred duty to protect his impressionable young mind from seeing a cigarette advertisement in a store!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

No smoking after sex I guess, eh!

11:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't forget wholesome games like Grand Theft Auto ;) Those can't possibly affect poor little Timmy :D


4:36 PM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

That games OK, they don't smoke in it (as they carjack people and run over little old ladies!)

6:21 PM  

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