Loading… Next Previous Slideshow Download Philip Horne is trying to make smoking cool again. In a community and state where smokers are often treated like criminals, Horne has a new electronic alternative the e-cigarette. Capitolas first store of its kind, e-Smokey Treats, tempts customers with all the benefits of smoking: nicotine, a social bond, and the activity of smoking itself, without any of the drawbacks: tar, chemicals, smelly breath and clothing, second-hand smoke and a hole in your wallet. Its basically smoking, without smoking, Horne said, taking a drag from pen-like instrument as he sat in a neighboring cafe.
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Citing danger, PMA urges e-cigarettes ban
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