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#1 Sep 30, 2010
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Captain Obvious

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#2 Sep 30, 2010
It's true...you have no right to pollute my clean air. If you want to smoke, do it in your own car, your own home. But if you're in public, I don't want to have to breathe your second hand smoke.

Since: Mar 08

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#3 Sep 30, 2010
Captain Obvious wrote:
It's true...you have no right to pollute my clean air. If you want to smoke, do it in your own car, your own home. But if you're in public, I don't want to have to breathe your second hand smoke.
but yet you will drive a car around though right? if you're having that kind of problem with breathing i would suggest you get your self a oxygen tank..

Since: Sep 10

Patton, MO

#4 Sep 30, 2010
exactly
Captain Obvious

United States

#5 Oct 1, 2010
m00ng0d wrote:
<quoted text>but yet you will drive a car around though right? if you're having that kind of problem with breathing i would suggest you get your self a oxygen tank..
Actually, automobile exhaust is not nearly as toxic as secondhand cigarette smoke. What makes you think I don't already use an oxygen tank? Even when one wears a cannula to breathe oxygen, you still get outside air with the O2. And I'm sure you're one of those insensitive bastards that would walk right past someone on O2 and light up. I've seen it happen.

Since: Mar 08

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#6 Oct 1, 2010
Captain Obvious wrote:
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Actually, automobile exhaust is not nearly as toxic as secondhand cigarette smoke. What makes you think I don't already use an oxygen tank? Even when one wears a cannula to breathe oxygen, you still get outside air with the O2. And I'm sure you're one of those insensitive bastards that would walk right past someone on O2 and light up. I've seen it happen.
actually i would probably walk right up and turn off there 02 and then beat them in the face with a base ball bat because i thought it was you.....dick!

Since: Mar 08

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#7 Oct 1, 2010
sorry that was uncalled for and very rude .. i apologize.. i am in a horrible mood today and i would delete it if i could..

Since: Sep 10

United States

#8 Oct 1, 2010
m00ng0d wrote:
sorry that was uncalled for and very rude .. i apologize.. i am in a horrible mood today and i would delete it if i could..
No that is perfect, I love it. Come on over to the dark side where you aren't bothered by things like morality and common decency. All that stuff is for suckers.

Since: Sep 10

United States

#9 Oct 1, 2010
You can have whatever bad habits you want, I don't care, but when they affect me, I do. I don't like cigarette smoke, it smells bad, makes my clothes smell bad, makes me cough, etc. If you are in a place of business that allows smoking, fine, I have the option not to be there. But if I am outside, on my property or on public property, I shouldn't have to be assaulted by you smoking. I am sorry that you chose to become addicted to cigarettes, it IS a choice, no one forced you to start. But it really isn't my problem and I shouldn't have to deal with it. People are addicted to lots of things, but for the most part they keep their addictions to themselves. Cigarette smoke causes cancer, there is no debating that. I don't want to have cancer causing substances forced upon me, it isn't fair, moral or right. I don't look down on people who smoke, it is 100% your choice, just keep it to yourself.
I am addicted to sex and porn, but I don't do it in public, because some people find porn offensive and everyone would be jealous of my skills when it comes to pleasing a woman.
donedidit

AOL

#10 Oct 1, 2010
Captain Obvious wrote:
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Actually, automobile exhaust is not nearly as toxic as secondhand cigarette smoke. What makes you think I don't already use an oxygen tank? Even when one wears a cannula to breathe oxygen, you still get outside air with the O2. And I'm sure you're one of those insensitive bastards that would walk right past someone on O2 and light up. I've seen it happen.
You have obviously been in the sun too long, automobile fumes, or [automobile smoke] if that is what you had rather call it, is much worse than cigarette smoke. You don't have to breathe either one, just go some place where there is none around. Just remember that you too, can lose your rights

Since: Sep 10

Preston, MO

#11 Oct 1, 2010
still laughing at you wrote:
You can have whatever bad habits you want, I don't care, but when they affect me, I do. I don't like cigarette smoke, it smells bad, makes my clothes smell bad, makes me cough, etc. If you are in a place of business that allows smoking, fine, I have the option not to be there. But if I am outside, on my property or on public property, I shouldn't have to be assaulted by you smoking. I am sorry that you chose to become addicted to cigarettes, it IS a choice, no one forced you to start. But it really isn't my problem and I shouldn't have to deal with it. People are addicted to lots of things, but for the most part they keep their addictions to themselves. Cigarette smoke causes cancer, there is no debating that. I don't want to have cancer causing substances forced upon me, it isn't fair, moral or right. I don't look down on people who smoke, it is 100% your choice, just keep it to yourself.
I am addicted to sex and porn, but I don't do it in public, because some people find porn offensive and everyone would be jealous of my skills when it comes to pleasing a woman.
you're crazy lmfao
afonso

Saint Louis, MO

#12 Oct 1, 2010
smokins is a property right. I own a restaurant or bar I should decide if there is going to be smoking or not. Let the market decided...

If you do not like smoking do not go where there is smoking...

Since: Sep 10

United States

#13 Oct 1, 2010
When people start putting their exhaust pipes in my face and blowing exhaust at me, then I will bitch at them too. Cars are a necessary part of daily life for most people, smoking isn't. Don't throw up a strawman arguments, lets stick to the smoking issue.

I shouldn't have to go someplace else to avoid your habit. If you had the ability to keep your smoking in your own personal space, I would have no problem. But fumes that come from your cigarette, into your body, swirl around in your blackened and tar filled lungs then back out, I don't want that near me. You can make all the excuses you want for your habit, because you are addicted, but that doesn't change the fact that it is nasty and the majority of people don't want to be around it. All addicts make excuses to justify their behavior, smokers are no different.

Since: Sep 10

United States

#14 Oct 1, 2010
gabbygirl85 wrote:
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you're crazy lmfao
Yet, 100% serious on all points I made.

Since: Sep 10

United States

#15 Oct 1, 2010
afonso wrote:
smokins is a property right. I own a restaurant or bar I should decide if there is going to be smoking or not. Let the market decided...
If you do not like smoking do not go where there is smoking...
That is all well and good when it comes to private restaurants, bars, or whatever. But what about walking down the sidewalk, public property, or out in my yard? I shouldn't have to seclude myself in my home because of your cancerous smoke. That idea is just beyond the realm of logic. You foul up the air, and it is my fault for blaming you for it and I should go somewhere else. Wow, that is top shelf arrogance right there.

Since: Sep 10

Patton, MO

#17 Oct 1, 2010
still laughing at you wrote:
<quoted text>
Yet, 100% serious on all points I made.
I was actually just referring to the last part. lmao
Captain Obvious

United States

#18 Oct 2, 2010
afonso wrote:
smokins is a property right. I own a restaurant or bar I should decide if there is going to be smoking or not. Let the market decided...
If you do not like smoking do not go where there is smoking...
I agree, which is why I don't go to bars and restaurants where there is smoking. I think a bar/restaurant owner should be able to decide for their own business.
However when it's in public I shouldn't have to breathe your nasty cigarette smoke. Too many smokers think they have a "right" to pollute my air with their addiction. I've seen many people sitting on benches outside walmart smoking where it is clearly posted "NO smoking within 50 feet of the door". What, smoking now affects your ability to read too?

Since: Mar 08

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#19 Oct 2, 2010
Captain Obvious wrote:
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I agree, which is why I don't go to bars and restaurants where there is smoking. I think a bar/restaurant owner should be able to decide for their own business.
However when it's in public I shouldn't have to breathe your nasty cigarette smoke. Too many smokers think they have a "right" to pollute my air with their addiction. I've seen many people sitting on benches outside walmart smoking where it is clearly posted "NO smoking within 50 feet of the door". What, smoking now affects your ability to read too?
rolflmfao... i bet you shake a right handed man's hand with no problems though...
donedidit

AOL

#20 Oct 2, 2010
Captain Obvious wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree, which is why I don't go to bars and restaurants where there is smoking. I think a bar/restaurant owner should be able to decide for their own business.
However when it's in public I shouldn't have to breathe your nasty cigarette smoke. Too many smokers think they have a "right" to pollute my air with their addiction. I've seen many people sitting on benches outside walmart smoking where it is clearly posted "NO smoking within 50 feet of the door". What, smoking now affects your ability to read too?
I am a non smoker,but I wonder why it seems like when there are so many things that are offensive to people, such as excesive fumes from factories, big trucks using jake brakes, barking dogs, and people letting their dogs use public property to take a shit, and numerous other things, smoking cigaretts are singled out. If you are in favor of somebody losing their rights, because it is offensive to you, don't complain when you may lose your rights, because it is offensive to you. Think about it for awhile
donedidit

AOL

#21 Oct 2, 2010
I meant to say,[when what you do may be offensive to them]

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