It is his personal battle. It is a war and he is the one soldier fighting against the odds and he will keep fighting until the day his daddy gives up his du Maurier Ultra Lights. His offense methods are direct and unapologetic and I love him for it. Last week he presented said father with this brilliant little number..."Do you even know what's in those cigarettes, Daddy? Well, let me tell you!" And he read it out loudly and matter-of-factly and holier-than-thouly and then hung it on the fridge so Daddy has to look at it every day. I have no doubt that Zander, above all else, will be the reason he finally quits.