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Subject: Re: Do non-smoking facilities offend smokers?
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I try to be polite about smoking, so I always ask before I light up. If I choose to go to a non-smoking establishment, I assume I'll just have to smoke outside, and I'm not offended at all. I don't throw my butts on the ground, and even outside, I try to stand as far away from nonsmokers as possible.

I am irritated, though, that the state government wants to make all bars in my state non-smoking. I think if a bar owner (and the bar patrons) want the bar to be non-smoking, they should be able to make that decision.

But what if a bar owners (and the patrons) want the bar to be a smoking establishment? They should be allowed to make that decision, too.

In my state, if you go outside (to smoke) you can't take your drink. I just want to have a place I can go to where I can have a dri
Posted:1/10/2008
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Gordon R, Salt Lake City, UT, United States
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