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Badass Badass
Do you think there are enough anti-smoking ads out there to inform the public of the effects of their use?
Do you think they are useful?
02/12/2012
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Badass Badass
I kind of thought I would get some interest in this
02/12/2012
Ghost Ghost
Yes and no. I think most people are aware of the health risks... I also think the people who smoke just don't care. For these people, no amount of advertising is going to make them quit.
02/13/2012
Destri Destri
As a smoker, I do think there are enough ads out there. But I also think they don't really help. I think people who are motivated to quit have more personal reasons for wanting to quit: expense, health, family, etc. They quit because they have some type of personal motivation to do so.
02/13/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by Badass
Do you think there are enough anti-smoking ads out there to inform the public of the effects of their use?
Do you think they are useful?
I think there is plenty of ads, but as to their usefullness I'd have to say very useless (for my mother at least).
Pretty much the only reason my mother was able to quit after about 30 years of smoking (about 18 of which I've spent begging her to quit) was with the help of that Chantix medicine.
02/13/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
My dad only quit after he had heart problems and was in the hospital for days and went without anyway so he kept it up.
02/13/2012
Shellz31 Shellz31
There are enough ads around, but I don't think smokers give a damn about their health - or anyone around them for that matter!
02/13/2012
Superbals Superbals
I don't think they're useful....Everybody knows smoking is bad even without those ads.
02/13/2012
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Yeah, they're pretty useless. Most of the time they just want you to buy one product over another (pharm. companies are the worst for this).
02/13/2012
rawsonbr rawsonbr
Useless. Unless you are actually experiencing the life-threatening part, they don't care. It's the old "it won't happen to me"
02/14/2012
Baby-Baby Baby-Baby
Quote:
Originally posted by Badass
Do you think there are enough anti-smoking ads out there to inform the public of the effects of their use?
Do you think they are useful?
I don't know if there usefull, some are really gross and thank god I stopped smoking!
02/14/2012
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I think there are more than enough ads out there, and have been for a while. I think the majority of smokers need more incentive (or a more personal one) than just these ads.
02/14/2012
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