We are not discriminating, they are welcome to come in if they want
but they should be aware of the hazard. It is like sitting at the
seats just above the glass at a hockey game. You see the game better
but you might get a puck in your teeth
May 2016 15:08:41 GMT in alt.home.repair, wrote:
That's your way of writing that you don't actually have enough
knowledge of the subject to support the position you're taking on it.
Please provide some scientific studies to support what you're now
stating as a fact. I'm not convinced that these health issues are
directly related to 2nd hand smoke vs something else they were
Are you having difficulty remaining on topic here?
Speaking of real, actual, health hazards.. Have you stopped driving
while talking on your cell phone yet? Or, do you still think that
using a hands free device makes you a safer cell phone using driver?
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Hmmm. I most certainly don't understand how I can access a copy of a
On Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 11:57:37 PM UTC-4, Muggles wrote:
Yes and like Gfre, I say that a whiff of smoke from a smoker who's
ten feet away, isn't going to kill me. Nor will you be killed by a cigar
dinner in a private room at a restaurant that you don't go to, but
in many places, that's banned too.
On Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 11:44:04 AM UTC-4, Muggles wrote:
When you're walking into a building is a good example. How did that
become an issue? Well the anti-smoking zealots first banned smoking
inside buildings. So, smokers go outside and stand near the entrance.
So, next the zealots claim that just walking by there, catching a brief
whiff is intolerable. So, they passed another law making smokers stand
25 or 50 ft away. Then, that wasn't good enough, so in some cases, they
passed laws preventing you from smoking anywhere on a property. That's
what the lib zealots do. They won't be satisfied until everyone lives
the way they insist they must live. Then, they are already starting on
how much fat you can eat, what size soda you can buy. Maybe that's
your America, it's not mine.
It stinks, makes me physically ill, causes me breathing problems for
hours after I have one whiff, and I can't hold my breath long enough to
pass a smoker to ONLY get just one whiff. More than one whiff makes me
I'm not a liberal - I'm a conservative, and it's a good idea to limit
You are the same kind of "conservative" who wants to impose your
morality on everyone else.
That word has lost its meaning and become the same big government
fascism we used to ascribe to liberals. The only difference is which
rights you want to erode.
Your "sickness" is more learned behavior than fact ... unless that
charcoal grill and fireplace down the street also makes you sick.
The actual chemicals are virtually the same.
On Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 11:20:32 PM UTC-4, Muggles wrote:
Notice the word "puff"? They aren't talking about a whiff of a cigarette
from 10 ft away.
4 Smoking causes a chronic (or long term)
Notice the word "smoking"? They aren't talking about a whiff of a cigarette
from 10 ft away.
It induces chronic irritation of the respiratory lining and
Typical blather from zealots. There is all kinds of junk science out
there, where the desperate zealots try to shove their BS down your
throat. Brief secondhand smoke can cause heart disease? OMG,
who would actually believe that crap? I get one whiff from a cigarette
and I have heart disease?
Are you prejudiced against women and call them drama queens? Why do you
differentiate between men with the same objections to secondhand smoke
and only single me out as a women calling me a drama queen?? :)
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