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Rolling Stones looking forward to 'cigars and salsa' as band touches down in Cuba

Asked what he was most looking forward to, Jagger replied: "Cigars and salsa," to laughter from his bandmates.
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Mar 27, 2016 00:26
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[UK] Johan Cruyff dies aged 68 after Holland and Barcelona legend loses cancer battle as tributes pour in for one of football's icons

Cruyff was a heavy smoker until undergoing major heart surgery in 1991 while manager of Barcelona...After that scare he observed: 'Football gave me everything in this life, tobacco almost took it all away.'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 29, 2016 19:35
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[Ireland, UK] Slimmed down Jonathan Ross puffs on a electronic cigar in London as continues health kick

He's been smoking cigars for years, but it looks like Jonathan Ross is sticking with the electronic version. The chatterbox was spotted with a right mouthful as he arrived at the ITV studios on Tuesday morning in London, balancing the smoking device in
Irish Daily Mirror (ie)
added Mar 27, 2016 00:23
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[Uae: Dubai] PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Tulisa Contostavlos showcases her ample cleavage and slender physique in low-cut bikini as she soaks up the sun during luxurious Dubai getaway

In the other image she was seen smoking a shisha pipe while sporting traditional dress as she added the caption: 'Into the night we go.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 26, 2016 21:52
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Dutch great Johan Cruyff

has died aged 68... *Cruyff was a chain-smoker for much of his career but gave up the habit after a double heart bypass in 1991 while still coaching Barcelona. He subsequently lent his image to an anti-smoking campaign under the slogan "Soccer gave me eve
Reuters
added Mar 25, 2016 13:08
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Joe Garagiola, Whose Charm Outlived MLB Career, Dies at 90

He also led a long -- and, he said, frustrating -- campaign to discourage the use of smokeless tobacco, the dangers of which he would discuss with players on annual visits to teams during spring training.
Bloomberg News
added Mar 23, 2016 22:18
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[California] Remembering Joe Garagiola hanging with Willie Mays in Giants’ clubhouse

Then Garagiola, as he often does, turned the conversation to his fight against the use of smokeless tobacco, and nobody laughed. "Here's the guy you should emulate," Garagiola said, his voice rising as he points to Mays... Emulate him, not some guy who ha
San Francisco Chronicle
added Mar 23, 2016 22:17
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Longtime and iconic MLB broadcaster Joe Garagiola dies at age 90

a leader in the fight against smokeless tobacco, working with NSTEP -- the National Spit Tobacco Education Program -- and traveling to each Major League camp during Spring Training to educate players about the dangers of tobacco and oral cancer
CBS Sports
added Mar 23, 2016 21:51
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Joe Garagiola, Baseball Player Who Became a Broadcasting Star, Dies at 90

Warning of the risk of cancer, he campaigned vigorously against the use of chewing tobacco.
New York Times
added Mar 23, 2016 21:49
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[Texas] John O'Quinn Still Looms Large at the Courthouse, Even in Death

When legendary Houston attorney John O’Quinn died in 2009,he had more than 1,200 automobiles. . . He was known most for winning a $17 billion lawsuit against Big Tobacco companies
Houston (TX) Press
added Mar 22, 2016 11:15
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