Oooh that smellOooh that smell
Eau deEau de Nicotine
Smoking Smoking isGlamorousGlamorous      is sexy
Smoking isSmoking is  cool
50,000In the U.S., about          people die eachyear from secondhand smoke-related diseases
Tracheotomy      TracheotomySHSSHS
This could be your   unborn child
Choose your weapon wisely
Our future attire...
Beautiful sceneryBeautiful scenery        ruined
Let’s make a   change
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In the style of Pecha Kucha, this is my attempt to inform and persuade the audience of the harms of secondhand smoke as well as pass an amendment against smoking in public areas such as beaches and parks.

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  • Imagine yourself laying on this beach soaking up the rays of sun on your day off, surrounded by good friends maybe listening to some music...
  • W ait, that’s not perfume. That’s the sweet smell of cigarette smoke in yours or your child’s path of breathing
  • m/photos/markjsebastian/2953682910/sizes/l/in/photostre am/ Magazine’s creates the illusion of smoking being el egant and sexy since the beginning of time for both males and females
  • Celebs make smoking look “cool”
  • ploads/2011/04/cigarette1.jpg Quoted from: Truth is, there is nothin g sexy or “cool” about smoking or the secondhand smoke that non-smokers are exposed to in every day places
  • According to the Institute of Medicine:“CONCLUSIONData consistently demonstrate that secondhand-smoke exposure increas es the risk of coronary heart disease a nd heart at tacks and t hat smoking bans reduce heart at- tacks. Given the prevalence of heart attacks, and the resultant deaths, smoking bans can have a substantial impact on public health. The savings, as measured in human lives, is undeniable.”from e-Evidence/Secondhand%20Smoke%20%20Report%20Brief%203.pdf My expectations are not to have smokers quit smoking, but rather be aware of the danger they’re imposing on others. The youth of today deserves a fighting chance to make their own decision and the influence surrounding them everywhere makes it that much more difficult.
  • As stated by the American Cancer Society: “ Secondhand smoke (SHS) is also known as environmental tobacco smoke (ETS). SHS is a mixture of 2 forms of smoke that come from burning tobacco: Sidestream smoke – the smoke that comes from the end of a lighted cigarette, pipe, or cigar Mainstream smoke – the smoke that is exhaled by a smoker Even though we think of these as the same, they aren’t. The sidestream smoke has higher concentrations of cancer-causing agents (carcinogens) than the mainstream smoke. And, it contains smaller particles than mainstream smoke, which make their way into the body’s cells more easily. When non-smokers are exposed to SHS it is called involuntary smoking or passive smoking . Non-smokers who breathe in SHS take in nicotine and other toxic chemicals just like smokers do. The more SHS you are exposed to, the higher the level of these harmful chemicals in your body.” from:
  • What is in a cigarette? The toxins you are breathing in are nail polish remover, pesticides, embalming fluid, rat poison, dynamite, perfume, hair remover, mothballs, insects, floor wipes, prison executions, batteries, gasoline, rocket fuel, antifreeze, pee, etc Some of the following graphics may disturb you
  • America’s Top Model’s anti-smoking campaign shows the truth behind smoking , the no n so glamour of it all/SHS and Tracheotomy are 2 diseases caused by smokin g
  • CDC anti-smoking ad it-smoking Meet Terrie, a 51 year old woman, and former smoker, who gives tips o n how to get ready for the day: find your teeth, put on your wig, put it your hands free device and now you’re ready.Dont forget about Barb who died of lung cancer at age 42
  • A singapore anti-smoking ad campaign featured this premature baby on life support Smokers don’t realize the affects that they have on their surroundings. They’re not only hurting themselves, but everyone around them as well
  • (image f rom Health Life magazine) Centers for Disease Control and Preven tion chart: May have to bring back the gas masks from WWII that infants had to wear
  •   Florida Statewide smoking ban excluding bars: On July 1, 2003, smokin g was b anned statewide in all enclosed workplaces in Florida, exempting private residences, retail tobacco shops, designated smoking rooms in hotels/motels, stand-alone bars with no more than 10% of revenue from food sales, rooms used for quit-smoking programs and medical research, and designated smoking areas in customs transit areas under the authority of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.[62] Local governments are preempted from regulating smoking.[63] ( f_smoking _bans_in_the_United_States#.C2.A0Florida)
  • The issue I have stems from something that is percieved to be so peaceful and serene is turned into an ashtray. Prohibiting smoking in public areas can prevent this
  • All I’m asking for is an attempt to give our youth a chance to experienc e h ealthy environments without worrying about the risks of SHS. By prohibiting smoking in public areas such as Beach and Parks, it allows our children to breath fresh air and eliminates the chance of SHS related diseases in a few more places
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    1. 1. Imagine...Imagine...
    2. 2. Oooh that smellOooh that smell
    3. 3. Eau deEau de Nicotine
    4. 4. Smoking Smoking isGlamorousGlamorous is sexy
    5. 5. Smoking isSmoking is cool
    6. 6. 50,000In the U.S., about people die eachyear from secondhand smoke-related diseases
    8. 8. Tracheotomy TracheotomySHSSHS
    9. 9. This could be your unborn child
    10. 10. Choose your weapon wisely
    11. 11. Our future attire...
    12. 12. Beautiful sceneryBeautiful scenery ruined
    13. 13. Let’s make a change