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Rockall Times reignites anti-smoking jihad

Campaigning apparel back on the shelves

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Cash'n'Carrion So popular have UK satire website The Rockall Times' contributions to the ongoing smoking debate proved that the North Atlantic-based ne'er-do-wells have just been obliged to reprint their top-notch campaigning apparel for a third time:

Those Rockall Times smoking t-shirts in full

While we concede that they're not for the faint-hearted, it's certain that both these t-shirts will leave onlookers in no doubt that smoking is either a) the greatest evil currently threatening humanity bar David Blunkett's voluntary/compulsory ID card scheme or b) something which should be available free on the NHS.

Readers are invitied to make their own minds and purchase one of these top-quality, 100 per cent cotton offerings which are on sale for just £12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT), at Reg merchandising tentacle Cash'n'Carrion. Sizes available range from medium to XXL. ®

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