Does it seem logical that in a future society, regular tobacco cigarettes would have been outlawed, while many of the amphetamine type highs available on the street have been legalised (under controlled measures)? Perhaps I need to do a little research in terms of the number of fatalities from amphetamines, compared to those attributed to cigarettes, in order to back this scenario up, but with the government's health drive growing ever-stronger it seems like a foregone conclusion that cigarettes will eventually be made illegal. My only worry is that it seems a little contradictory to suggest the same government would have legalised certain other drugs. And yes, I am aware that certain types of 'legal highs' are available over the counter (or at least they were a few years ago). I can easily scrap the legal highs angle, but I would be interested in your thoughts regarding what the future may have in store for the tobacco industry.