Hurry the Smoking Ban!

Hurry the Smoking Ban!

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Thank You

Forney, TX

#1 Feb 4, 2014
Finally…someone has been able to open the door to cleaning up this dirty little town.
Hopefully the smoking ban will be implemented quickly. After it is passed some other proposed regulations for ordinances can be submitted.
First up will be a ban on all wood, coal, or charcoal fueled fires. This is including, but not limited to: fireplaces, charcoal grills and smokers, wood-fired pizza ovens, outdoor fires such as chimineas, fire pits, etc.
Fireplace smoke, according to the EPA and other sources, are 12 times more toxic than secondhand cigarette smoke. And the smoke cannot be contained to your house. The toxic fumes pollute whole neighborhoods, seep into other houses, and contaminate the air for everyone in a large area.
Your right to sit in front of a fireplace or do a BBQ ends when the toxic smoke crosses your property line.
This affects you, your children, your neighbors, and their children.
Charcoal grills not only emit toxic fumes, but cooking on them also contaminates the food with carcinogens such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and heterocyclic amines (HCAs).
Many places in California, Colorado, the State of Washington, and other States have some form of regulation on these deadly devices. Canada also has regulations on them, along with regulations on the sale and/or use of wood, charcoal, etc. The UK also has strict regulations on the above mentioned.
Before someone asks me to cite sources, I am not the student here. Use your google fu and do your own research such as looking up fireplaces and carcinogens, charcoal grills and carcinogens, etc.
You will find too many sources to list on here. Hint: creditable websites end with .edu or .gov.
Don’t ask someone else to do your work for you.
After we see how the new bus line proposal in town goes, and if it is implemented, a proposal on a ban, or limited use, of private vehicles within the city limits will be submitted.
People can take the bus, a taxi, or walk or ride a bicycle. It’s better for you and will clean up the air.
After we get the air quality addressed we can start to implement measures to control the deadly obesity epidemic that is plaguing our country.
The City of Paris needs to join the rest of the civilized world. It will take time and money to clean up the mess that was left to us by the previous generations, but it will be worth it to have a healthy, beautiful town.

Since: Dec 11

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#2 Feb 4, 2014
That is so stupid.
Thank You

Forney, TX

#3 Feb 4, 2014
Sorry about the lack of white space in the above post; new to this forum.

Let's see if this works.

Finally…someone has been able to open the door to cleaning up this dirty little town.

Hopefully the smoking ban will be implemented quickly. After it is passed some other proposed regulations for ordinances can be submitted.

First up will be a ban on all wood, coal, or charcoal fueled fires. This is including, but not limited to: fireplaces, charcoal grills and smokers, wood-fired pizza ovens, outdoor fires such as chimineas, fire pits, etc
.
Fireplace smoke, according to the EPA and other sources, are 12 times more toxic than secondhand cigarette smoke. And the smoke cannot be contained to your house. The toxic fumes pollute whole neighborhoods, seep into other houses, and contaminate the air for everyone in a large area.

Your right to sit in front of a fireplace or do a BBQ ends when the toxic smoke crosses your property line.

This affects you, your children, your neighbors, and their children.

Charcoal grills not only emit toxic fumes, but cooking on them also contaminates the food with carcinogens such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and heterocyclic amines (HCAs).

Many places in California, Colorado, the State of Washington, and other States have some form of regulation on these deadly devices. Canada also has regulations on them, along with regulations on the sale and/or use of wood, charcoal, etc. The UK also has strict regulations on the above mentioned.

Before someone asks me to cite sources, I am not the student here. Use your google fu and do your own research such as looking up fireplaces and carcinogens, charcoal grills and carcinogens, etc.

You will find too many sources to list on here. Hint: creditable websites end with .edu or .gov.

Don’t ask someone else to do your work for you.

After we see how the new bus line proposal in town goes, and if it is implemented, a proposal on a ban, or limited use, of private vehicles within the city limits will be submitted.

People can take the bus, a taxi, or walk or ride a bicycle. It’s better for you and will clean up the air.

After we get the air quality addressed we can start to implement measures to control the deadly obesity epidemic that is plaguing our country.

The City of Paris needs to join the rest of the civilized world. It will take time and money to clean up the mess that was left to us by the previous generations, but it will be worth it to have a healthy, beautiful town.
Smoke Screen

Paris, TX

#4 Feb 4, 2014
This has all been hush hush but Obama is behind this smoking ban. Its my right to smoke. He needs to be impeached. Hes destroyed the constitution and the rights of white America.

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Paris, TX

#5 Feb 4, 2014
Translated.....hurry up government and tell the business owners how to run their businesses!!!!! I don't smoke and I just don't go to places that allow it, but the government needs to stay out of it!!!!!!
Plain and Simple

Paris, TX

#6 Feb 4, 2014
Thank You wrote:
Finally…someone has been able to open the door to cleaning up this dirty little town.
Hopefully the smoking ban will be implemented quickly. After it is passed some other proposed regulations for ordinances can be submitted.
First up will be a ban on all wood, coal, or charcoal fueled fires. This is including, but not limited to: fireplaces, charcoal grills and smokers, wood-fired pizza ovens, outdoor fires such as chimineas, fire pits, etc.
Fireplace smoke, according to the EPA and other sources, are 12 times more toxic than secondhand cigarette smoke. And the smoke cannot be contained to your house. The toxic fumes pollute whole neighborhoods, seep into other houses, and contaminate the air for everyone in a large area.
Your right to sit in front of a fireplace or do a BBQ ends when the toxic smoke crosses your property line.
This affects you, your children, your neighbors, and their children.
Charcoal grills not only emit toxic fumes, but cooking on them also contaminates the food with carcinogens such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and heterocyclic amines (HCAs).
Many places in California, Colorado, the State of Washington, and other States have some form of regulation on these deadly devices. Canada also has regulations on them, along with regulations on the sale and/or use of wood, charcoal, etc. The UK also has strict regulations on the above mentioned.
Before someone asks me to cite sources, I am not the student here. Use your google fu and do your own research such as looking up fireplaces and carcinogens, charcoal grills and carcinogens, etc.
You will find too many sources to list on here. Hint: creditable websites end with .edu or .gov.
Don’t ask someone else to do your work for you.
After we see how the new bus line proposal in town goes, and if it is implemented, a proposal on a ban, or limited use, of private vehicles within the city limits will be submitted.
People can take the bus, a taxi, or walk or ride a bicycle. It’s better for you and will clean up the air.
After we get the air quality addressed we can start to implement measures to control the deadly obesity epidemic that is plaguing our country.
The City of Paris needs to join the rest of the civilized world. It will take time and money to clean up the mess that was left to us by the previous generations, but it will be worth it to have a healthy, beautiful town.
You're an idiot. And a communist.
freedomm rebel

United States

#7 Feb 4, 2014
texan1990 wrote:
That is so stupid.
I could not agree with you more. If that DA would move to.the most remote part of the South Pole, take no means of produceing heat to stay warm or cook with.I am sure GOD would bless.his/her FROZEN DA forever !!!!!!!
me2fool

Paris, TX

#9 Feb 5, 2014
Charcoal and wood fires don't smell like a burning asshole.. Smokers and their smoke stink so bad it literally makes me want to vomit when they walk near me in a store.. Have some
Self respect.. It's no different than smelling like unwashed ass.. Stink is stink and you should respect yourself enough not to smell like it..
Thank You wrote:
Finally…someone has been able to open the door to cleaning up this dirty little town.
Hopefully the smoking ban will be implemented quickly. After it is passed some other proposed regulations for ordinances can be submitted.
First up will be a ban on all wood, coal, or charcoal fueled fires. This is including, but not limited to: fireplaces, charcoal grills and smokers, wood-fired pizza ovens, outdoor fires such as chimineas, fire pits, etc.
Fireplace smoke, according to the EPA and other sources, are 12 times more toxic than secondhand cigarette smoke. And the smoke cannot be contained to your house. The toxic fumes pollute whole neighborhoods, seep into other houses, and contaminate the air for everyone in a large area.
Your right to sit in front of a fireplace or do a BBQ ends when the toxic smoke crosses your property line.
This affects you, your children, your neighbors, and their children.
Charcoal grills not only emit toxic fumes, but cooking on them also contaminates the food with carcinogens such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and heterocyclic amines (HCAs).
Many places in California, Colorado, the State of Washington, and other States have some form of regulation on these deadly devices. Canada also has regulations on them, along with regulations on the sale and/or use of wood, charcoal, etc. The UK also has strict regulations on the above mentioned.
Before someone asks me to cite sources, I am not the student here. Use your google fu and do your own research such as looking up fireplaces and carcinogens, charcoal grills and carcinogens, etc.
You will find too many sources to list on here. Hint: creditable websites end with .edu or .gov.
Don’t ask someone else to do your work for you.
After we see how the new bus line proposal in town goes, and if it is implemented, a proposal on a ban, or limited use, of private vehicles within the city limits will be submitted.
People can take the bus, a taxi, or walk or ride a bicycle. It’s better for you and will clean up the air.
After we get the air quality addressed we can start to implement measures to control the deadly obesity epidemic that is plaguing our country.
The City of Paris needs to join the rest of the civilized world. It will take time and money to clean up the mess that was left to us by the previous generations, but it will be worth it to have a healthy, beautiful town.
Notme

Rockwall, TX

#10 Feb 5, 2014
There will not be a ban at my place! I welcome your money and your rights.
ummm

Paris, TX

#11 Feb 5, 2014
Plain and Simple wrote:
<quoted text>
You're an idiot. And a communist.
He was being facetious.
Real American

Haslet, TX

#12 Feb 5, 2014
Notme wrote:
There will not be a ban at my place! I welcome your money and your rights.
I an with you. When I get to work I like my coffee and a cigarette. I'd like to see some liberal tell me I can't smoke.
oh my

Paris, TX

#13 Feb 6, 2014
me2fool wrote:
Charcoal and wood fires don't smell like a burning asshole.. Smokers and their smoke stink so bad it literally makes me want to vomit when they walk near me in a store.. Have some
Self respect.. It's no different than smelling like unwashed ass.. Stink is stink and you should respect yourself enough not to smell like it..
<quoted text>
If you know what unwashed a$$ smells like. You must not wipe your a$$ good when you go to the bathroom. Either that or you do not take a bath very often. With a post like yours you are the new hero in this thread. LOL
lol

United States

#15 Feb 6, 2014
me2fool wrote:
Charcoal and wood fires don't smell like a burning asshole.. Smokers and their smoke stink so bad it literally makes me want to vomit when they walk near me in a store.. Have some
Self respect.. It's no different than smelling like unwashed ass.. Stink is stink and you should respect yourself enough not to smell like it..
<quoted text>
Get your nose out of your a$$
Plain and Simple

Paris, TX

#16 Feb 6, 2014
ummm wrote:
<quoted text>
He was being facetious.
I would hope so, but you just never know these days.
the real lol

Paris, TX

#17 Feb 6, 2014
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
Get your nose out of your a$$
Get your hand off your little pecker.
keke

Texarkana, TX

#18 Feb 7, 2014
You know who else tried to get rid of things he didn't like? Yep...Adolf Hitler...

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