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Tobacco Underground Gameshow Edition

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This is the gameshow edition of our Tobacco Underground presentation. It's a tour through tobacco, the tobacco industry, what's in tobacco and it's FUN! And EASY! Did I mention FUN?

It's a very easy game to play, you can play teams, you can have teams buzz in, however you'd like to use it.

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http://www.bethecatalyst.org/users/andyberndt/posts/201-Tobacco-Underground-Gameshow

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Tobacco Underground Gameshow Edition

  1. 2. What’s this gameshow all about? It’s a tour of tobacco industry history. From cure-all to carcinogen, and all the lies and cover up in between.
  2. 3. What’s this gameshow all about? <ul><li>3 Rounds - 7 Q’s per round </li></ul><ul><li>- WINNER GETS INSANE PRIZES! </li></ul>What’s the Setup?
  3. 4. What’s this gameshow all about? LET’S MEET OUR CONTESTANTS! ROUND ONE
  4. 5. What’s this gameshow all about? Name 3 negative health effects from smoking ROUND ONE Question 1
  5. 6. What’s this gameshow all about? Name 3 negative health effects from smoking ROUND ONE Heart Disease, Lung Cancer, Skin Disease, Oral Cancer, Tracheotomy, Impotence, Hair loss, increased risk for infertility, preterm delivery, stillbirth, low birth weight, and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), cancers of the bladder, oral cavity, pharynx, larynx (voice box), esophagus, cervix, kidney, lung, pancreas, and stomach, and causes acute myeloid leukem, stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm Question 1
  6. 7. What’s this gameshow all about? How many people die every year in the U.S. from tobacco related diseases ROUND ONE Question 2
  7. 8. What’s this gameshow all about? 400,000+ people die every year from tobacco related diseases ROUND ONE Question 2
  8. 9. What’s this gameshow all about? How much money do tax -payers pay in health care costs related to tobacco ROUND ONE A. $96.7 Billon B. $347 Million C. $2.5 Trillion D. $390,300 Question 3
  9. 10. What’s this gameshow all about? How much money do tax -payers pay in health care costs related to tobacco ROUND ONE A. $96.7 Billon B. C. D. Question 3
  10. 11. What’s this gameshow all about? What article in Readers Digest exposed the danger of tobacco in 1952 ROUND ONE A. Big Tobacco = Big Lies B. Smoke Screen C. Blowing Smoke D. Cancer by the Carton Question 4
  11. 12. What’s this gameshow all about? What article in Readers Digest exposed the danger of tobacco in 1952 ROUND ONE Cancer by the Carton This ground-breaking article described the dangers of smoking, detailing the risks of lung cancer and heart disease, which led to similar reports in other magazines. Question 4
  12. 13. What’s this gameshow all about? What event in the 1960’s also changed public perception of tobacco ROUND ONE A. Tobacco ads leave TV and radio B. Health warnings on cigarette packs C. Surgeon General linked smoking and lung cancer D. All of the Above Question 5
  13. 14. What’s this gameshow all about? What event in the 1960’s also changed public perception of tobacco ROUND ONE All of the Above Question 5
  14. 15. What’s this gameshow all about? True of False The Tobacco Industry Has used animals to test Their product ROUND ONE Question 6
  15. 16. What’s this gameshow all about? SAD BUT TRUE! ROUND ONE Question 6
  16. 17. What’s this gameshow all about? Light cigarettes are..... ROUND ONE A. Lower in tar B. Lower in nicotine C. Same Tar Lower Nicotine D. Same Tar Same Nictone Question 7 FINAL QUESTION!
  17. 18. What’s this gameshow all about? Light cigarettes are..... A. B. C. D. Same Tar Same Nictone Question 7 ROUND ONE FINAL QUESTION!
  18. 19. What’s this gameshow all about? LET’S MEET OUR NEXT CONTESTANTS.... ROUND ONE IS OVER!
  19. 20. What’s this gameshow all about? What is the Tobacco Institute? ROUND TWO A. Public relations front for Big Tobacco B. An anti-tobacco program C. An educational camp D. A research project about emphysema Question 1
  20. 21. What’s this gameshow all about? What is the Tobacco Institute? ROUND TWO Public relations front for Big Tobacco Question 1
  21. 22. What’s this gameshow all about? Why does the Big Tobacco Industry Target Teens? ROUND TWO Question 2
  22. 23. What’s this gameshow all about? Why does the Big Tobacco Industry Target Teens? ROUND TWO Question 2 - Likely to ignore health consequences - More valuable because of lifelong addiction - Exposed to peer pressure
  23. 24. What’s this gameshow all about? ROUND TWO Question 3 Is every bar, restaurant, and workplace smokefree in Minnesota?
  24. 25. What’s this gameshow all about? YES! And so are these states as well. ROUND TWO Question 3 Arizona Delaware Florida Hawaii Illinois Louisiana Massachusetts Maryland Minnesota Montana Nevada New Jersey New York North Dakota Ohio Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Dakota Utah Washington state and Washington DC
  25. 26. What’s this gameshow all about? How much does the tobacco industry spend in a year on advertising in the U.S.? ROUND TWO Question 4 A. $1.13 Billion B. $13.4 Billion C. $800 Million D. $5.2 Billion
  26. 27. What’s this gameshow all about? ROUND TWO Question 4 A. B. $13.4 Billion C. D. How much does the tobacco industry spend in a year on advertising in the U.S.?
  27. 28. What’s this gameshow all about? ROUND TWO Question 4 A. $845,000 B. $15.4 Million C. $237.9 Million D. $100 Billion How much does the tobacco industry spend in a year on advertising in MN?
  28. 29. What’s this gameshow all about? ROUND TWO Question 4 A. B. C. $237.9 Million D. How much does the tobacco industry spend in a year on advertising in MN?
  29. 30. What’s this gameshow all about? Who can name the most toxic chemicals in cigarettes or cigarette smoke ROUND TWO Question 6 GO!
  30. 31. What’s this gameshow all about? Who can name the most toxic chemicals in cigarettes or cigarette smoke ROUND TWO Question 6 Nicotine, arsenic, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, ammonia, cyanide, benzene, acetone, methane, butane, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen sulfide, isoprene, toluene, styrene, formic acid, acetic acid, napthalene, polonium 210
  31. 32. What’s this gameshow all about? How many people die from secondhand smoke every year in this country? Question 7 A. 24,000 B. 38,000 C. 42,000 D. 46,000 ROUND TWO FINAL QUESTION
  32. 33. What’s this gameshow all about? How many people die from secondhand smoke every year in this country? ROUND TWO Question 7 A. B. 38,000 C. D. FINAL QUESTION
  33. 34. What’s this gameshow all about? LET’S MEET OUR NEXT CONTESTANTS.... ROUND TWO IS OVER!
  34. 35. What’s this gameshow all about? How many people die from tobacco related diseases every year around the world? ROUND THREE Question 1 A. 3 Million B. 4 Million C. 5 Million D. 6 Million
  35. 36. What’s this gameshow all about? ROUND THREE Question 1 A. B. C. 5 Million D. How many people die from tobacco related diseases every year around the world?
  36. 37. What’s this gameshow all about? What is the name of the program that targeted LGBT and homeless in San Francisco ROUND THREE Question 2 A. Project S.C.U.M. B. Project SF Smoke C. Project Target Start D. Project F.A.R.T.
  37. 38. What’s this gameshow all about? What is the name of the program that targeted LGBT and homeless in San Francisco ROUND THREE Question 2 Project S.C.U.M. Sub-Culture Urban Marketing
  38. 39. What’s this gameshow all about? Which one of these ads have been altered? ROUND THREE Question 3
  39. 40. What’s this gameshow all about? Which one of these ads have been altered? ROUND THREE Question 3
  40. 41. What’s this gameshow all about? Which one of these statements are true about the Food and Drug Administration? ROUND THREE Question 4 A. The FDA regulates tobacco B. The FDA does not regulate tobacco C. The FDA should regulate tobacco D. A can’t regulate tobacco
  41. 42. What’s this gameshow all about? Which one of these statements are true about the Food and Drug Administration? ROUND THREE Question 4 A. The FDA does regulate tobacco B. C. D.
  42. 43. What’s this gameshow all about? Which one of these is a NOT a real tobacco industry quotes ROUND THREE Question 5 A. “...the base of our business is the high school student.” B. “we really need something for people to die of.” C. “We should make candy gumballs, kids would love ‘em” D. “They got lips? We want them.”
  43. 44. What’s this gameshow all about? Which one of these is a NOT a real tobacco industry quotes ROUND THREE Question 5 A. “...the base of our business is the high school student.” B. “we really need something for people to die of.” D. “They got lips? We want them.” **C. “We should make candy gumballs, kids would love ‘em”**
  44. 45. What’s this gameshow all about? Second hand smoke is..... ROUND THREE Question 6 A. Less dangerous than first hand smoke B. More dangerous than firsthand smoke C. As dangerous as first D. All of the above
  45. 46. What’s this gameshow all about? Second hand smoke is..... ROUND THREE Question 6 A. B. More dangerous than firsthand smoke C. D. SHS contains as much as 50 times as much ammonia, and 5 times as much carbon monoxide
  46. 47. What’s this gameshow all about? How many Minnesotans die each year from tobacco related disease? ROUND THREE Question 7 <ul><li>1,000 </li></ul><ul><li>2,650 </li></ul><ul><li>6,120 </li></ul><ul><li>10,500 </li></ul>FINAL QUESTION
  47. 48. What’s this gameshow all about? How many Minnesotans die each year from tobacco related disease? Question 7 A. B. C. 6,120 D. ROUND THREE FINAL QUESTION
  48. 49. What’s this gameshow all about? FINAL ROUND! Congratulations winners! Thank you for everyone for participating!

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