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This misleading advertising still exists today, just in a different way.


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    schulzbrianr
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    LSMFT = Lucky Strikes mean fine tobacco.

    I think that’s their old slogan at least…

    neekbunny
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    so the surgeon general has been lying to me

    njch412
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    Lucky Strike: the cigarette that won world war 2.

    Is it just me or does that doctor really look like FDR offering you a cig.

    tiny
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    @neekbunny: I guess, at that time, they didn’t know yet that tobacco smoke contains cancerogenes.
    So they told you a truth, but on the base of incomplete data.

    Caio
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    ‘less irritating’ doesn’t equate to ‘more healthy’. It means exactly what it says. For you Canadians, the example I would give is Number 7 Reds compared to Players Light. The latter is far less irritating, but not any more healthy or unhealthy.

    JazzyJazzyJazzHands
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    My grandfather fought in World War II in the Pacific. Upon enlisting he recieved a bible and a pack of Lucky Strikes.



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