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France : rolling round the curbs
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    So what! Sue the bastards.
    The reading of rolling round the curbs by Karina Oddoux and Pascal Melihan Cheinin reminds me of the suggestion to end each article by the question "so what?" meaning (if an explanation is needed) what does this bring to us, what should/could be done concretely to improve the situation... In the case of the advertising of roll your own cigarette papers in France the authors assert they are not covered by the prohibition enacted...
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