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Monday, April 27, 2009

Future Cultural Relic

We were in a bar the other night for a party & this beauty was sitting next to me. Since smoking has been banned in most restaurants and bars in the city limits of Houston, we've been out to smoking place much less in the last few years. It was quite a rude welcome to walk into this smoky, nasty bar the other night.

Also, the taxes on packs of cigarettes have recently increased a great deal & you can see that these are running $7.50/pack! It's so expensive that they had to add a dollar-bill collector seeing as nobody walks around with 30 quarters in their pocket. I remember growing up, you could find these machines everywhere- bowling allies, grocery stores and parks. I'm hoping they will soon be a relic of a culture long gone.

GOOD NEWS OF THE DAY: Off to Miami tonight for work tomorrow.

1 comment:

Dennis the Vizsla said...

Wow, I haven't seen one of those in forever -- I think they must have banned them in New York decades ago.