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A ban on smoking at beaches would enhance Hawaii's reputation

By C. Richard Fassler

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 03, 2012

~~<p>&quot;Waikiki Beach is a giant ashtray!&quot; So observed a Canadian visitor, whom I met on the beach at Kapiolani Park.</p>
<p>&quot;And,&quot; he went on to say, &quot;Once I've placed my towel on top of all those cigarette butts, the guy next to me is going to blow smoke in my face. In the Bahamas, the beaches are immaculate. Don't you guys care about good health?&quot;</p>
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"Waikiki Beach is a giant ashtray!" So observed a Canadian visitor, whom I met on the beach at Kapiolani Park.

"And," he went on to say, "Once I've placed my towel on top of all those cigarette butts, the guy next to me is going to blow smoke in my face. In the Bahamas, the beaches are immaculate. Don't you guys care about good health?" Login for more...



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