Talk:L&M

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Has anyone heard that L&M stands for Liggett & Myers and shouldn't this information be in the article?

http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/Liggett+&+Myers+Tobacco+Company

Images[edit]

The photographs of ALL tobacco products should be removed from Wikipedia because it is letting a deadly product to be advertised for free, which is morally and ethically wrong. Tobacco kills millions of people each year. It is not necessary at all to have pictures of these products on Wikipedia, and if people are searching for pictures of tobacco products, then they can use a search engine, not Wikipedia. Please do not let photos/pictures of tobacco products be placed on Wikipedia. I am removing the photographs from this page. Thanks, Gillies corner 00:20, 5 August 2006 (UTC)

Why is it advertising? The images still contain the warning label (although in this case it's Polish). The image isn't from an advertisment, it's a picture of the packaging. Mikkel 21:10, 12 February 2007 (UTC)


Ethics[edit]

I've browsed other cigarette articles in Wikipedia and most of them have pictures. If it is going to be "banned" to put the pictures of the cigarettes in my opinion it must be in all cigarette articles. --Infestor 06:35, 24 May 2007 (UTC)