From the ASH emails, I thought you'd enjoy this piece of dribbling rust-hearted pecksniffery on a Friday.
Cast your mind back to 2012, and just think of all the things that might have angered the public back then. Flooding in the west country leaving people homeless; the phone tapping scandal and the Leveson inquiry; the UK economy dropping back into recession and national debt rising to over £1 trillion for the first time.
But what was Deborah Arnott of ASH disgusted by?
Yep, "shocked" and "disgusted" that there were not enough no smoking signs around the Olympic Park. So "shocked" and "disgusted", in fact, that it was worth state-funded Debs throwing her weight around and utilising her direct line to Andrew Black of the Department of Health in order to make sure that smokers were suitably bullied.
This, remember, is Deborah "we're not anti-smoker, we're anti-smoking" Arnott, the people's friend.
I swear the urge to become a tobacco controller is a form of mental illness.