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Nic O Tine

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Sep 11, 2012
Lawmakers keep pushing clean air. Well, I want scrubbed air in every building I enter then. Soon there will be only one place in the state that you can smoke. People will travel from miles around just to enjoy a cigarette. Please remain 50 ft from any non-smoker.
Joe Camel

New York, NY

#2 Sep 11, 2012
Nic O Tine wrote:
Lawmakers keep pushing clean air. Well, I want scrubbed air in every building I enter then. Soon there will be only one place in the state that you can smoke. People will travel from miles around just to enjoy a cigarette. Please remain 50 ft from any non-smoker.
I like enjoying an occassional cigar but god help me if I can smoke one in public. Business owners should be able to decide whether they want to allow smoking or not. Employees and patrons can then decide whether to seek employment or patronize those businesses. Free country or at least it used to be.
Roman

Dover, DE

#3 Sep 11, 2012
Smone in your OWN house and then you won't have to worry about it!
puffpuff

Rome, NY

#4 Sep 11, 2012
Roman wrote:
Smone in your OWN house and then you won't have to worry about it!
I can't wait to blow smoke in your face on the way into the supermarket!
Roman

Dover, DE

#5 Sep 11, 2012
good one..are you 10 or 11 years old....
really

Rome, NY

#6 Sep 11, 2012
Non-smokers shouldn't be exposed to cigarette smoke inside of a restaurant or any other building! Nor should we have to inhale cigarette smoke when walking into a store, it's just rude and gross.
Im a smoker

Rome, NY

#7 Sep 11, 2012
I know that I have to refrain from smoking in public buildings and that some people are offended by smoke but should we be treated as second class citizens because we smoke, NO I wish I could blow smoke in the faces of the men and women out there that wear so much cologne or perfume that you can smell it for an hour after they walk by or leave the room. That is also a health issue for people but will they put a ban on that no. I get severe headaches from perfumes and cologne but are there laws to protect me from that NO its a health issue for some people. What about people with asthma that those scents give them an asthma attack do we forbid them to wear it NO Be fair leave smokers alone we know its bad for us and maybe we have tried unsuccessfully to quit. Dont need to be treated like our rights don't matter. We pay taxes just like all the other non-smokers do why should they get all the rights while we are forced to feel ashamed because we smoke.
Roman

Dover, DE

#8 Sep 11, 2012
Im a smoker wrote:
I know that I have to refrain from smoking in public buildings and that some people are offended by smoke but should we be treated as second class citizens because we smoke, NO I wish I could blow smoke in the faces of the men and women out there that wear so much cologne or perfume that you can smell it for an hour after they walk by or leave the room. That is also a health issue for people but will they put a ban on that no. I get severe headaches from perfumes and cologne but are there laws to protect me from that NO its a health issue for some people. What about people with asthma that those scents give them an asthma attack do we forbid them to wear it NO Be fair leave smokers alone we know its bad for us and maybe we have tried unsuccessfully to quit. Dont need to be treated like our rights don't matter. We pay taxes just like all the other non-smokers do why should they get all the rights while we are forced to feel ashamed because we smoke.
BLAH BLAH BLAH! Stop actinhg like you are two years old!
you have the right to die

Geneva, NY

#9 Sep 11, 2012
Im a smoker wrote:
I know that I have to refrain from smoking in public buildings and that some people are offended by smoke but should we be treated as second class citizens because we smoke, NO I wish I could blow smoke in the faces of the men and women out there that wear so much cologne or perfume that you can smell it for an hour after they walk by or leave the room. That is also a health issue for people but will they put a ban on that no. I get severe headaches from perfumes and cologne but are there laws to protect me from that NO its a health issue for some people. What about people with asthma that those scents give them an asthma attack do we forbid them to wear it NO Be fair leave smokers alone we know its bad for us and maybe we have tried unsuccessfully to quit. Dont need to be treated like our rights don't matter. We pay taxes just like all the other non-smokers do why should they get all the rights while we are forced to feel ashamed because we smoke.
1 in 4 ya freakin moron... that's the number of smoker's who will die a miserable painful, grotesque cancer death while their poor, disgusted, terrified families watch the festivities in horror. 1 in 4. that's not counting those who have their larynx removed, lungs removed or transplanted, have emphysema or other diseases that make you gasp for breath while you choke on your own disgusting lung secretions. you want sympathy? suck my balls! save the sympathy for your poor loved ones you weak sorry excuse for a human being.
Im a smoker

Rome, NY

#10 Sep 12, 2012
you have the right to die wrote:
<quoted text> 1 in 4 ya freakin moron... that's the number of smoker's who will die a miserable painful, grotesque cancer death while their poor, disgusted, terrified families watch the festivities in horror. 1 in 4. that's not counting those who have their larynx removed, lungs removed or transplanted, have emphysema or other diseases that make you gasp for breath while you choke on your own disgusting lung secretions. you want sympathy? suck my balls! save the sympathy for your poor loved ones you weak sorry excuse for a human being.
You also have the right to your opinion and to be an a**hole..congratulations you accomplished your goal.
Roman

Dover, DE

#11 Sep 12, 2012
Im a smoker wrote:
I know that I have to refrain from smoking in public buildings and that some people are offended by smoke but should we be treated as second class citizens because we smoke, NO I wish I could blow smoke in the faces of the men and women out there that wear so much cologne or perfume that you can smell it for an hour after they walk by or leave the room. That is also a health issue for people but will they put a ban on that no. I get severe headaches from perfumes and cologne but are there laws to protect me from that NO its a health issue for some people. What about people with asthma that those scents give them an asthma attack do we forbid them to wear it NO Be fair leave smokers alone we know its bad for us and maybe we have tried unsuccessfully to quit. Dont need to be treated like our rights don't matter. We pay taxes just like all the other non-smokers do why should they get all the rights while we are forced to feel ashamed because we smoke.
You also have the right to your opinion and to be an a**hole..congratulations you accomplished your goal.
whateva

Camden, NY

#12 Sep 12, 2012
you have the right to die wrote:
<quoted text> 1 in 4 ya freakin moron... that's the number of smoker's who will die a miserable painful, grotesque cancer death while their poor, disgusted, terrified families watch the festivities in horror. 1 in 4. that's not counting those who have their larynx removed, lungs removed or transplanted, have emphysema or other diseases that make you gasp for breath while you choke on your own disgusting lung secretions. you want sympathy? suck my balls! save the sympathy for your poor loved ones you weak sorry excuse for a human being.
I am a smoker and if it means I die young that is fine with me. At least I will die with more manners and intelligence than you have.
you have the right to die

Geneva, NY

#13 Sep 12, 2012
whateva wrote:
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I am a smoker and if it means I die young that is fine with me. At least I will die with more manners and intelligence than you have.
fine with me too. good for you mr. manners. as for intelligence, if you had any you wouldn't suck poison into your lungs. so go ahead & kill yourself. one less moron spewing poison into my air.
Joker

Tully, NY

#14 Sep 12, 2012
whateva wrote:
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I am a smoker and if it means I die young that is fine with me. At least I will die with more manners and intelligence than you have.
are you really a Pen8s puffer.....they that...you willl live longer...lol...
whateva

Camden, NY

#15 Sep 12, 2012
you have the right to die wrote:
<quoted text>fine with me too. good for you mr. manners. as for intelligence, if you had any you wouldn't suck poison into your lungs. so go ahead & kill yourself. one less moron spewing poison into my air.
Ha! You're too funny! Can't wait til you drop dead!
Yankee

New York, NY

#16 Sep 12, 2012
Joe Camel wrote:
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I like enjoying an occassional cigar but god help me if I can smoke one in public. Business owners should be able to decide whether they want to allow smoking or not. Employees and patrons can then decide whether to seek employment or patronize those businesses. Free country or at least it used to be.
I've never been a smoker and I agree with you 100%!
you have the right to die

Geneva, NY

#17 Sep 12, 2012
whateva wrote:
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Ha! You're too funny! Can't wait til you drop dead!
oh you're still alive? keep puffin'. it'll be over soon. is that a bloody piece of your lung there you just hacked up? eeew that must hurt! LOL
joker

Little Falls, NY

#18 Sep 12, 2012
I make sure I stand rite by every door and finish my smoke b4 I walk in just to piss all the non smokers off! I have yet 2 read or see ANYONE get a ticket or arrested for smoking to close to a door of a super market or building. So that's how I personally get back @ the non smokers for trying to control peoples lives. Now that I've stated that, let the bashing's begin lol
Agree

Rome, NY

#19 Sep 12, 2012
Keep your filthy habit in your own homes.Don't breathe your nasty smoke in my clean air.GROSS, your yellow teeth,your raspy voice,your wrinkles, and your ashtray breath. NASTY!
bill

Little Falls, NY

#20 Sep 12, 2012
Yea well i dont like your nasty alcohol breath and by bars being open, I think it imposes a risk to my safety.. So why not have road blocks 50 yds down the road from every bar to give out crazy amounts of dwi's. Or you can drink in your own houses.

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