The Grim Reaper Society

Keeping the human population down for over 600 years

Feb 2010
A threat to the Grim Reaper’s existence
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The Grim Reaper has just learned that Errol Povah, president of Airspace Action on Smoking and Health – the Canadian anti-tobacco group that Grim fears most – is soon embarking on something called the JOURNEY for a TOBACCO-FREE WORLD!

“Povah is trying to eliminate my biggest source of disease, disability, and premature death,” Grim said.  “If he thinks I’m going to just sit back and let that happen without a fight, he’s got another think coming!”

If the JTFW is successful and accomplishes its goals, Grim’s future looks…well, GRIM!

The tobacco industry and its small army of well-paid puppets (most notably, in this instance, retailers/convenience store associations) provides Grim with the most target-rich environment from which to reap.

Grim discourages you from visiting the run site – – simply because…well, you might come away thinking that tobacco is a dangerous and deadly product.  Or something like that!?!

If you have any ideas as to how Grim might foil this event, please send them here (please put “JTFW” in the ‘Subject’ line). Grim thanks you, in advance.

In the meantime, Grim plans to pay Povah a few surprise visits as he makes his way across the country.

Not sure you’ll ever see the two of them (Povah and Grim) together, since Povah feels that the best way to control his anger toward Grim is to simply ignore him…and stay as far away from him as possible.

Oh, and by the way:  In those e-mails you send, the “JTFW” in the subject line, in this instance, stands for, “Journey for a Tobacco-FILLED World!”  Yes indeed, Grim just can’t get enough tobacco!  Not that he smokes himself:  Hell no!  But everybody else really should smoke, regardless of age.  In fact, Grim often visits maternity wards and passes out candy-flavoured “Ciggy Soothers”.  Yummy!

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