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Breaking the Embargo on Free CDs

The Adam Smith Institute Blog - Britain's favourite think tank blog RSS feed promises:

Friends of the free society need look no further. We have the idea Christmas gift for you and your friends. It's a jazz CD celebrating the right to smoke and drink without puritan officials trying to stop you. And if you move fast, it's yours FREE! You Can't Do That! comes from the Boisdale Blue Rhythm Band, containing 18 free society classics such as A Cup of Coffee and a Cigarette (Irby): When I get up in the morning, I'm feeling mighty low There's just one thing that'll patch me up, I want you all to know It happens every morning, no matter where I'm at I've got to have a cup of coffee and a cigarette... Not to mention Smoke Gets in your Eyes (Harbach/Kern), Smoke, Smoke, Smoke that Cigarette (Travis/Williams), Cigareets and Whiskey and Wild, Wild Women (Spencer) and of course a jazz version of Air on the G String (Bach), which was the theme tune of the Hamlet cigar ads. This hour and ten minutes of pure political incorrectness could be yours. The CD is available here, price £10, from the Boisdale shop. However, I've sweet-talked Simon Clark of Forest, the Free Society organization, to offer up 50 copies to our UK and European readers free of charge! Log in to this blog tomorrow morning and I'll give you all the details.

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Save one for me guys when you get to work later please and that is my Christmas sorted - thank you.


The link seems fine to me. Was it a temporary fault?

TE - Working now

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