Sandwiches brought from home and made by your mother are now bad for the kids. One comment I thought was very relative: "by outwestbutnotca August 8, 2011 10:02 PM EDT Can someone please explain to me how my generation, and those before me, survived drop-side cribs, no seatbelts, metal-tipped lawn darts, exposed springs on Hobby Horses, and huge doses of second hand cigarette smoke from all directions. And, we brown bagged it everyday with notable items like tuna fish and egg salad sandwiches, full of mayo. However did we survive as a species?" How true. Many of us grew up around cigarette smokers, lived with them and then proceeded to work with them for a good 20 or 30 years or more (depending on your age) and we are still standing.



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