Yearly intimate contact with their cultural heritage failed to evolve the Thorvald boys’ sensibilities. Jarl, who still ate his own snot, much preferred the taste of boogers to lutefisk, given that the consistency and color were the same. Lars, meanwhile, was stumped by the old Scandinavian women who walked up to him in church and said, “Any young man who makes lutefisk like you do is going to be quite popular with the ladies.” In Lars’s experience, lutefisk skills usually inspired revulsion or, at best, indifference among prospective dates.
Jeremy Mincey, 32, had a productive 2014 season in Dallas, but then held out the first four days of the training camp for $500k. He started only 6 games in 2015, accumulating 0 sacks and 11 tackles. Ironically, Mincey had some choice words about Greg Hardy and what happened to the locker room after his addition after the 2015 season ended..
Once forgot to take the back straps off, so the whole trailer floated up. Last one was right after I had pull the lower and middle unit off an outboard. I got it all back together and tested it at my house and all seemed good. Yesterday I watched you skip into school, eyes full of sparkle, so proud of your new glasses and haircut. We got you the same black Ray Ban frames that both Daddy and I wear, by far the coolest ones they had at Lens Crafters. We also got you a super short haircut just like the one Dad wears, so that your hair wouldn’t get in the way of your new specs..
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South Asian countries must prioritise higher tobacco taxation and other control measures to raise the low levels of tobacco cessation and thus avoid millions of premature deaths, say Prabhat Jha and colleaguesOn current smoking patterns, tobacco will kill about 1 billion people worldwide this century,12 including substantial numbers in the South Asian countries. All South Asian countries have signed the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and have committed to the United Nations (UN) sustainable development goals (SDG), including to reduce premature mortality from non communicable diseases by one third by 2030.3 Achieving this goal will depend on effective implementation of the tobacco control measures set out in the framework convention.4 The most important of these is large increases in the excise tax on tobacco products.Here, we mostly focus on initiatives to control smoking because smoked tobacco causes more systemic diseases and has higher overall risks for the user than other forms of tobacco use. We also briefly review the status of smokeless tobacco.MethodsWe examined nationally representative surveys of tobacco use in India, Bangladesh and Nepal5678 and relied upon WHO reports on surveys done in the South Asian countries.4 To estimate the number of tobacco users, we applied the prevalence of smokers and smokeless tobacco users at ages 15+ in these surveys to the UN 2010 population estimates.9 To estimate the number of future smokers under 35 years, we applied the smoking prevalence at ages 25 34 to the UN 2010 population under age 25, and added current smokers at ages 25 34.