Strippers to protest at State House

Strippers to protest at State House

There are 8 comments on the Trentonian.com story from Jan 9, 2006, titled Strippers to protest at State House. In it, Trentonian.com reports that:

More than 100 strippers are expected to descend on the New Jersey State House Thursday to agitate and undulate for the instant repeal of the ban on smoking in bars that's on track to become law by this evening.

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Robin Tuzeneu

AOL

#1 Jan 12, 2006
I don't think anyone has the right to tell you that you cant do something thats legal "meaning smoking in a bar or restaraunt". I don't go out to often but when I do I want to have a cigarette with my drink or meal.
Claudia Smith

United States

#2 Jan 13, 2006
Robin Tuzeneu wrote:
I don't think anyone has the right to tell you that you cant do something thats legal "meaning smoking in a bar or restaraunt". I don't go out to often but when I do I want to have a cigarette with my drink or meal.

I don't think that's right to tell us when and were to smoke. We are old enough to smoke the cigarette. Under age not allowed to go to bar's or go-go bar's.
In Atlantic City you are allowed to smoke and gamble???????
Don't you think this is a discrimination.
Go ahed sign the paper so your wife she can be proud of you.
mike

Palo Alto, CA

#3 Jan 13, 2006
lol, sounds like the legislature just wanted some free lap dances...
shorty

Bentonville, AR

#4 Apr 7, 2006
don't know if they can all fit in my home ,but hey, im willing to give it a shot---those strippers can come to my house and protest any day of the week!!!!!!!!!!
Rick

Reno, NV

#5 Apr 7, 2006
shorty wrote:
don't know if they can all fit in my home ,but hey, im willing to give it a shot---those strippers can come to my house and protest any day of the week!!!!!!!!!!
Remember to do you junior high school homework and be in bed by 8:30 tonight.
shorty

Bentonville, AR

#7 Apr 9, 2006
one right doesn't override another dumb ass---and rick if anyone in here in still in school it would be you...

that was to long ago for me friend
joTRIES TO BE

UK

#9 Mar 29, 2013
Robin Tuzeneu wrote:
I don't think anyone has the right to tell you that you cant do something thats legal "meaning smoking in a bar or restaraunt". I don't go out to often but when I do I want to have a cigarette with my drink or meal.
LESA JILES JOINT AND A ectasy and Corona? No spelling check?
Jonathan Allen

Richmond, IN

#10 Apr 10, 2013
While smokers should have a right to indulge their habit, shouldn't non-smokers also have a right to enjoy a restaurant or bar without choking on smoke? This applies even more to employees who would breathe the smoke all day. the "right" to smoke in a public indoor place conflicts with the right to breathe clean air.

As for businesses, the pro-smokers argue that a ban would drive away smoking customers. Aren't there also customers who are driven away by smoke? Have any studies compared the numbers?

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