Re[2]: Why "loss of productivity" is NOT an issue

CDale cdale@techmonkeys.net
Tue, 31 Jul 2001 19:40:56 -0500 (CDT)


Dood.  All my friends would move with me.  LOL

On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, carey wrote:

>
> Jbone smokethed:
>
> (b) you filter with your feet in the case where
> we're
> talking about outdoor areas.  As long as you can handle those
> stipulations,
> you and I will get along "jist fin'."
>
>
> Listen Jeff, the argument to filter with your feet is all fine and
> good, but I don't think one should have to -move- in every fucking
> situation.  Kind of hard to move (say) at a restauraunt, or at a
> coffeehouse, when you're in the middle of conversation with friends.
> I don't understand why the smoking community can't be considerate when
> it comes to the health of non-smokers.  I'm not even talking about
> putting it out for fucks sake.  A simple change of direction would be
> fine.  Odds are, you'd say to 'move with my feet' for even something
> simple like that.
>
> PFt.
>
> Here's an example for you:
>
> Lets say, I have a massive ammount of flatulence.   I'm standing next
> to you, talking and whatnot, and you're downstream.  I keep farting
> and farting and FARTING.. and don't seem to notice, mind or be
> bothered.  You politely ask me to stop.  I look at you with that
> oh-so-typical incredulous look of 'WHy' and politely tell you to go
> fuck yourself, or (even better), turn my ass to your face, and let one
> rip.  A big nasty smelly one.  You're talking with myself, and lets
> say, a bunch of your friends.  Would you just get up and leave?  Move
> with your feet as you keep telling us folks who don't want to smell
> your stink?
>
> I doubt it.
>
>

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