Stupid Cigarette Smokers
Ironic

New Concord, KY

#116 Jul 2, 2013
Now with that being said, you don't know the difference between a bugger and a booger, we know exactly who you are. So what happened to all your pride in your registered name? Mr 2 Ind.
Haha

Murray, KY

#117 Jul 2, 2013
Ironic wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not a poor child, big man, I can whip your ass, physically, intellectually and especially verbally, with one hand, while smoking a cigarette with the other. You're the new EPA locally, erroneous progressive asshole. I do understand the topic perfectly, you got a problem with somebody else's habit, yet you deny what you're contributing even more worse to the same habit. Now if you really want to talk face to face,I can be found easily, just inquire, I will reply as to where and when. If you're going to bring it, but be very careful of the consequences. I don't like ignorant entitled smart asses. Smart ass Dr's even more. Like you are one, my ass.
You talk a big game. But use very poor grammar. I don't think you ever sat foot into a post Highschool classroom. Maybe to empty the trash.
Ironic

Murray, KY

#118 Jul 3, 2013
Haha wrote:
<quoted text>
You talk a big game. But use very poor grammar. I don't think you ever sat foot into a post Highschool classroom. Maybe to empty the trash.
Further than your BS degree. Looks like you "sat" on your a ss while I set foot in a lot of places. Trashed again.
Kylen Johnson

Brownsville, TN

#119 Jul 15, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>No. It really isn't even close.
It's sickening how everyone thinks they are a doctor because they read a headline on a story on Facebook one time.

You cannot get the same effects from eating fast food as from smoking. To infer such is ignorant.
That might be accurate if you're using statistics taken more than 20 years ago. But for modern day I'm afraid you are grossly incorrect.
Kylen Johnson

Brownsville, TN

#120 Jul 15, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>Poor poor child. Just not smart enough to really understand the topic are you?
Am I entitled to criticize the stupidity of smokers? Yes. I pay taxes; you know the opposite of getting a refund every year. I treat people every week who's health as been effected by their smoking. A large share of those people get state aid to pay for this care. So yes. I am entitled to criticize you. I will criticize you. You might as well put a gun in your mouth and pull the trigger. At least I won't have to pay as much for you.
And now this one was just ignorant. Guess what, I pay taxes as well. So I can criticize you for not smoking and taking possible tax money away from our schools. And if I were who this was addressed to, I'd be pressing charges against you for your instruction for them to commit suicide.
Curious Observer

Carson, CA

#121 Aug 8, 2013
Smoking is bad. That being said, I smoke. I'm at a loss for how many people are so judgmental about something that's bad for them. So we like to smoke, that's our poison. You probably like foot that is extremely processed, but made quickly. What i don't get is how when they try to explain it pertains to them, they talk about things like Second hand smoke which isn't a factor in E-stoggs. Frankly if everyone who doesn't smoke is as pretentious as everyone here who is anti-smoking, or as self-righteous, I think I picked the right side ^.^
Curious Observer

Carson, CA

#122 Aug 8, 2013
Couldn't see an edit button, but obviously i meant 'food' not foot. :P
Less of a red neck

Louisville, KY

#123 Aug 8, 2013
Ex-smoker here, very happy I quit. The habit is confluent with stressors and can be an indicator of less than successful life progress. I smoked through a stressful time in life and can easily see the social, stress-inducted and imagined "cool" affectations that kept the habit going.

I'm not here to tell people what to do, but put plainly, it's an eminently stupid and dull habit and I can't help but think people less wise for it when I see them puffing away furiously. Fortunately, the media-induced gloss given to the anti-social habit lessens by the year.

But, that's just my opinion.
Pete

London, Canada

#125 Aug 17, 2013
The smoking debate. It's worse than politics.
2independent

Murray, KY

#126 Aug 17, 2013
I smoke about 5 packs a day weather you like it or not. It's my pathetic life and you don't have to be a part of it. You stupid ass backward country folks think you know it all about smoking. But you don't.
popeye

United States

#127 Aug 17, 2013
Hi Savannah
tony

United States

#128 Aug 17, 2013
Give me wrote:
<quoted text>Give me the paper.That says we are going to live forever.You do your thinf and we will do ours.Nosey people.Go smell you some deisel fuel.
Amen to that.I cant stand people who cant mind there on.No one can stop me. You do what you want.And i will do what i please.Dont make me have to put up a fence.But i give you credit you make me laug my a@@ off.!!!!!!!
Bruce

Europe

#129 Aug 26, 2013
Dam right you are !!!! I've been smoking for 18 years and i HATE smoking !!!!! But I'm addicted
Word Up

Murray, KY

#130 Aug 27, 2013
Bruce wrote:
Dam right you are !!!! I've been smoking for 18 years and i HATE smoking !!!!! But I'm addicted
.

No your not addicted. Your only addiction is stupidly. It takes a pretty stupid and ignorant person to suck filthy poison down your lungs each and everyday. It's a slow death train you are on and you will die from it.

Since: Jan 11

Murray, KY

#131 Aug 27, 2013
Less of a red neck wrote:
Ex-smoker here, very happy I quit. The habit is confluent with stressors and can be an indicator of less than successful life progress. I smoked through a stressful time in life and can easily see the social, stress-inducted and imagined "cool" affectations that kept the habit going.
I'm not here to tell people what to do, but put plainly, it's an eminently stupid and dull habit and I can't help but think people less wise for it when I see them puffing away furiously. Fortunately, the media-induced gloss given to the anti-social habit lessens by the year.
But, that's just my opinion.
This actually makes a lot of sense.
OTC

Chicago, IL

#132 Aug 27, 2013
Used to smoke, it is very hard to quit but it can be done
ex smoker

Marion, IL

#133 Aug 28, 2013
I have been on both sides of the fence as a former smoker. What really needs to be focusest on is the mega food bars and the super sized junk food. if you do the medical study you will know that the number 1 killer of women in the U.S. is sudden death heart attac due to obesity. We have done enough griping at the smoker now let's pull the obese away from the food bar. Ditto.
Anti-cigarettes

Portsmouth, UK

#134 Sep 12, 2013
I can't stand cigarettes. I grew up hating the smell of it. I'm now stuck in a house with a chain smoker. She thinks she is disguising it well and is pulling the wool over my eyes. But she doesn't realise that when she lights up, the whole house stinks. I wake up in the morning I smell the stupid cigarette smoke. I can't open my window due to the smell of the cigarettes as she smokes by the bathroom window. This person has asthma. If she thinks I care about her asthma she should think again. If she doesn't care about my wellbeing/health I don't care about hers. People like her and her family should be beaten with the inconsiderate stick.
Bill

Lombard, IL

#135 Sep 17, 2013
I don't believe smoking should be allowed inside any business or workplace. Outside is ok.
Kaye

Murray, KY

#136 Sep 17, 2013
Bill wrote:
I don't believe smoking should be allowed inside any business or workplace. Outside is ok.
.

Outside is fine but 10 miles away from me please. Places that make people smoke outside do do right out front or the door non smokers have to use. Most time I have to walk through a disgusting cloud of nasty smoke to get into work.

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