GabrielMacy54's comment history

GabrielMacy54 said...

Wow, it is great to see so much investment is poured in to blossom the car industry in the South. Not only will this boost the number of jobs for the residents, it will also provide good services and low prices for the customers in the area, as each company tries to outbid its competitor to get the customers. They will have to aim to provide the best quality of cars to seal the deal. Of course, this also shows that extra car parts are always not too far away from the dealership. http://www.carid.com

December 26, 2012 at 4:34 a.m.
GabrielMacy54 said...

Cigarette butt litter is a real nuisance and I agree that smoking should be banned in this case to prevent a disaster from happening. Anyway, one should enjoy the green environment and the fresh air while one is walking in such a wonderful park and should not think of lighting a smoke. By the way, I chanced upon some green smoke review websites that said e-cigs are smokeless and do not produce cigarette butts. They should think about encouraging all smokers to go for green smoke instead of the traditional form of smoking. http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

December 18, 2012 at 3:01 a.m.
GabrielMacy54 said...

It’s good that Bones' Smokehouse offered to smoke the ham on behalf of their customers because it is really a lot of work to do it on your own. I wonder if they offer this service again this coming Christmas. I am inviting some friends over for Christmas and am thinking of smoked ham, but when I review the amount of work involved, I realized that it is a daunting task indeed! http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

December 18, 2012 at 2:59 a.m.
GabrielMacy54 said...

For one, whatever man has invented, it will always have a good and bad effects. E-cigs are no exception. However, having a smoke-less environment, this at least helps second-hand smoke from reaching areas where non-smokers are. At least, e-cigs helps in this way. Whether a smoker smokes tobacco or e-cigs, they are already harming themselves. With e-cigs, they are helping save non-smokers.

December 13, 2012 at 11:15 p.m.
GabrielMacy54 said...

Education is still the best when you want to effect change, and that includes educating the young about smoking. Education should start at home, and by making homes smoke-free, this is the best gift to the younger generation. Educating parents about the ill effects of smoking will not only help them but will also help to extend their lives longer to spend with their children. Government authorities should have these promotional activities in their plans to curb smoking and help in making the environment greener.

December 13, 2012 at 11:13 p.m.
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