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> If i read it right it says that smoking goes up in teen-age groups if
> advertisement goes down. Why would that be? Would be a good
> memetic issue to study,
If fitness were inversely proportional to representation in ads, it
could be because the most important aspect of anything for most kids is
whether it can be said to be conforming to a norm (bad).
If drugs were the norm, straight kids would be the rebels...
Chris Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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