No Smoking

January 6, 2008
(was 12.31.2006)

Smoking cigarettes is bad for you. Ok, we can all agree on that. So then, why are 20 percent of us still smoking? That's 60 million Americans. And new smokers start every day. Why? It's more than just nicotine. In this hour of To The Best Of Our Knowledge, well explore the sublime pleasures of taking a puff. And, the Enlightened Tobacco Company. An "honest smoke" from the makers of DEATH Cigarettes.

  1. Richard Klein on "Cigarettes Are Sublime"

    Do you think the French ban on smoking in all public places is an encroachment on personal liberty that threatens French culture?  Richard Klein sure thinks so.

    0
    Your rating: None
    1
    Average: 1 (1 vote)
  2. Julia Hansen on "A Life in Smoke"

    Julia Hansen chained herself to the radiator in her dining room for a week in an effort to quit smoking cigarettes.

    0
    Your rating: None
    2
    Average: 2 (1 vote)
  3. Jason Reitman on "Thank You for Smoking"

    Jason Reitman wrote and directed the film "Thank You for Smoking."  We hear some very funny and totally subversive clips.

    0
    Your rating: None
    4
    Average: 4 (1 vote)
  4. Boz Temple-Morris on Death Cigarettes

    Boz Temple-Morris, the co-founder and Marketing Director of the Enlightened Tobacco Company,  tells Steve Paulson the company was all about truth in advertising.

    0
    Your rating: None
    4
    Average: 4 (1 vote)