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Originally posted by g146541
reply to post by Obsrvr
Agreed, not to mention the calming effect cigarettes give us.
You wanna see some folks get crazy in the streets wanting their governments blood, make cigarettes illegal, or ban world of warcraft.
Fat kids throwing mouses and keyboards through police station windows!!
Originally posted by Bisman
I dont know how i feel...
a smoker's right to smoke shouldnt infringe on my right to have good health does it?
even a privately owned bar, smokers are angry over the bans. but i have other rights that still apply in a place of business, why shouldnt my well being be one of them? My right ti protect my health shouldnt be to just never be near other people. That is a line to far.
Allowing 1 person to poison themselves is fine and dandy if he wants, but he can do it at home. Where he can keep it to himself.edit on 27-1-2013 by Bisman because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by FlapdoodleStork
Besides, if you're that worried about your health, you probably shouldn't be hanging out in bars anyway.
Originally posted by TiredofControlFreaks
reply to post by TiredofControlFreaks
To one and all - smoker's do have the right to smoke!
The legal definition of a contract is this: there is an offer, there is acceptance of the offer and there is some remuneration (money).
The tobacco company makes a offer to sell you cigarettes. You accept the offer and you pay the money for a cigarettes. The majority of your money goes to the senior partner of the tobacco trade, the government.
The right to use the product you just purchased is established by the contract. It would be a breach of contract to deny you the right to use the product you just purchased.
Tired of Control Freaks
Originally posted by MmmPie
What a joke! I have the right to smoke if I want too.