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Toxic Pizza

  Moth Balls    
Nail Polish Remover Pizza Fertilizer
   
Toilet Bowl Cleaner Disinfectant Spray
   
Rat Poison Paint Stripper
   
Insecticide Lighter Fluid
  Candle Wax  


If you wouldn't eat these ingredients on your pizza...
then why would you smoke them in a cigarette?


The following is a list of some of the 4,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke.

Nicotine
* insecticide
Carbon Monoxide
car exhaust
Tar
street paving material
Vinyl Chloride
PVC pipe
       
Stearic Acid
candle wax
Nitrous Oxide Phenols
disinfectant
Nitrobenzene
gasoline additive
Naphthalene
mothballs
       
Methanol
rocket fuel
Hydrogen Cyanide
gas chamber poison
Hexamine
charcoal lighter
Formaldehyde
preservative for body tissues
       
Ethanol
alcohol
DDT
insecticide
Butane
cigarette lighter fluid
Cadmium
rechargeable batteries
       
Arsenic
rat poison
Ammonia
toilet bowl cleaner
Acetone
nail polish remover
Mercury
thermometers

* Nicotine, the main ingredient, is more addictive than any illegal drug, including cocaine and heroin.

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