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Where were all you anti-smokers when I was a kid, completely immersed in a tobacco miasma in nearly every public space I visited? Probably following the sheep herd then too. It actually is possible to live peacefully, and respectfully, together, leaving each other alone to live our lives as we see fit, while respecting the rights of others to do the same.
Remember, Nationalsozialismus (i.e. National Socialism) was leading Germany out of bankrupt despair into a promised golden age of security and prosperity, and they started by confiscating all the guns, choosing minority targets that few would deign to defend, and putting in place a fascist Nanny State to control as many aspects of everyone's lives as possible. No, doesn't sound familiar at all, not one bit....
Please do not increment my Quality Posts count. 69 is a good place to be. ;-)
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goddess8681 wrote:I smoke, what's your problem? I do it outside away from everyone! If you don't like it stand somewhere else. Don't be a "smoke natsee"
You don't really think the stink goes away when you put the butt out, do you?
I wish I could go somewhere else, but I can't, I have an office to sit in that just so happens to be next to you... and I just also happen to have a meeting to be at in the same room as you... and I have to stand in the same line as you to order my lunch. That stink is easily smelled in a 10' circle around you even hours after you had your last smoke.
I used to be a smoker too, so I know where you are coming from. But the stink is much much worse than you think it is.
When what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a bucket of wings and a six pack of beer!