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shugah Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-14-08 10:55 PM
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14. i think that is most clever of you lwfern
the majority of establishments where people gather are now non-smoking and i think that is great and convenient for people who do not like or cannot tolerate smoke. when i go out for a meal or drink, i often find myself in a non-smoking environment. it doesn't bother me.

there are still a few places one can light up indoors and i think that is okay too. i have not noticed any distinct differences in the temperament or happiness levels of employees at smoking or non-smoking businesses.

i think your choice to frequent non-smoking bars/restaurants is logical. it also makes sense to me that smokers will frequent establishments where they can smoke.

i guess i don't see the controversy.
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