LETTER: All-or-nothing approach not so effective

LETTER: All-or-nothing approach not so effective

Editor:

Re: Move derided, commended, Jan. 24 letters

Reading this reminded me of the time someone once told me that he didn’t have to stop smoking because every time a car went by he got more pollutants in his lungs than a whole lifetime of cigarette smoking.

The old “you can’t cure everything, so why cure anything?” ploy looks good on paper; in practice, not that great.

Edward Rubin, Ocean Park

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