The only significant difference is you seem to support the right to
bear arms but you are neurotic about smoking.
If you go back up to the top of this thread, what do you think the
amount of residual chemicals are from your cleaning products,
insecticides, air fresheners and laundry products?
How about the chemicals in your food, either from the farm, production
facility or packaging.
I guarantee they are far more prevalent than anything from second, 3d
and 4th hand smoke.
You are just on a crusade and ignore things around you that are far
On Tue, 05 Jul 2016 13:50:26 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
I have to agree with Muggles on thid. It's not a "this over that"
situation. Cig smoke makes many of us dick - not even looking at the
"long term". If I walk into a smoky room, I have to get out NOW - or
sooner. If I am downwind from a smoker in a public space i HAVE to
move. Then once I've gotten away from the smoke, if my breathing does
not improve in a minute or two I NEED to have my inhaler on hand - or
I'm in DANGER.
There are other chemicals that can have the same effect - including
On 7/5/2016 8:26 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Sadly, some folks think they have "the right" to
smoke any where, any time. I'm guessing these same
people want to eliminate "Freon (R)" from my air
conditioner, lead from my gasoline, and 32 ounce
soda pop cups from New York City.
any way they wish but I, like many people, am horribly allergic to tobacco
smoke and its byproducts. How would a smoker feel if I spritzed them with
pepper spray which would do the same thing to them that their drug habit
is doing to me? I avoid places where smokers hang out but there are
public spaces where I must go and many times a smoker will show up
and get riled when they're asked to please move downwind. I have a
severe allergic reaction when exposed to tobacco smoke and can be sick
for days. o_O
let me know where you live and I'll send you a cartoon of good smokes
Pennsylavania is raising taxes on tobacco a buck a pack for all tobacco products, including e cigarettes, and all nicotine supply systems
although 2 bucks would of been better.......
next year is coming.
On Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 7:41:33 AM UTC-4, bob haller wrote:
And I hope that next year they raise the tax on beer, wine, the internet,
cable, phone, your car, gasoline or anything else that you might enjoy.
What's good for the goose is good for the gander, you know.
Up here it is illegal to smoke in your car with children under the
age og 16 in the car... Doesn't address the issue of putting young
children in cars that have been chain-smoked in daily for a couple of
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