Why "loss of productivity" is NOT an issue
Tue, 31 Jul 2001 18:31:53 -0500 (CDT)
I consider myself to be a responsible smoker. By that, I mean that I
don't smoke in other people's houses who do not smoke, nor in places where
smoking is not allowed, nor around other people's children. I
also do not flick my butts out the window, or outside anywhere,
hoping to keep all the mangled animals near the dump. However, were
we in a bar where smoking were allowed, and were you to be in my face with
your attitude, I would most certainly blow my smoke right in your face.
On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, Tom wrote:
> On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, Tom wrote:
> --]We are all responisble for not intrusing on others.
> Ok let me clearifiythis before the trained monkey dances all over it.
> For substances and spplications where intrusion is non filterable or where
> intrusion is pushed on to other parties it is a good thing to make sure
> your not shlopping your spew onto others.
> This is not censorship, nor is it even a side cousing to
> pmrc/antipron/senateors for children/etc etc jibber jabber. That is all
> about filterable media and substances that are illicited to gian
> Smoke wafting to my nose is neither solicited nor easily filterable in a
> real wworld environment.
> In case your still not hip to the think, replace the words "cigerte
> smoke" with "mustard gas" and see if your still down wit it.
> -tom"excuse me is this your smoke(stuffing it back into your lungs)"whore
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