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My namesake... http://youtu.be/GgXzWhexJh0 ... If I were asked to recommend only one political / history book it would be this one... http://www.amazon.com/Treason-America-Anton-Chaitkin/dp/0943235006 ... Treason in America: from Aaron Burr to Averell Harriman, by Anton Chaitkin. I do NOT endorse all of the views by Chaitkin external to this book, nor all of his actions, nor all of his associations, but I DO highly recommend this book. It is one every US citizen and everyone interested in its history should read. It it well written, meticulously sourced, and it is eye-opening -- even for those who consider themselves already knowledgeable. If you have not read it before, you need to read it, it is need-to-know information, and what it has to say is not going to be found in many places, if anywhere, else. That is my tip for whoever is passing by.

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All of Big Tobacco combined has less than 1% of the ecig market.

As of November 2013.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/11/22/big-tobacco-admits-defeat-will-develop-e-cigarettes/


Many small companies already have e-cigs on the market, and a few of Philip Morris's competitors Lorillard and Reynolds American have either bought e-cig startups or are developing their own. They're still less than 1 percent of the overall market but growing fast, as Philip Morris illustrated at its investor presentation Wednesday:



That leaves 99% of the market comprised of independents.
Posted by Waiting For Everyman | Fri Mar 7, 2014, 12:46 PM (1 replies)
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