I was just reading the thread about underage drinking where somebody mentioned cigarettes and it got me thinking about the age restriction on buying cigarettes. Cigarettes have no positive place in society, nobody can argue with me on that, except people who are addicted and are trying to justify their ridiculously stupid actions. Now I know this will never happen because of all the tobacco lobbyists, but I think of might be a good idea: Instead of having a fixed age for the purchase if cigarettes, thus having the "born-before" date changed every day, just set the date permanently as today's date. That way those who can smoke now can continue to do so, those who cant never will, and those a*****es at marlboro have 40 years left to kill their existing customers and find a new business to be in. What do you guys think? I should be a congressman. Bring on the flames from the dumbass smokers. P.S. I'm not a troll, I'm suggesting something that could make the world (especially bars and clubs) better for today's youth.