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Re: Smoking and Law
Poster: email@example.com (Fred Homan)
Edward R. Ewen, Jr. wrote the following in reply to a message I wrote:
> > Smoking where no one else could see would be wonderful. I wish more people
> > would do it. Or, better yet, why just not smoke at events? That would
> > solve it all by never having to worry about offending other people's
> > sensibilities with a modernism.
> The idea that you (generic, not personal) have the right to tell me that
> I can not now smoke OUTSIDE for the sake of your convenience is absurd.
Well, actually I wasn't talking about convenience. I was talking about
authenticity. As a reminder to others, I was talking about the question of
wearing glasses at events as the main part of my message in reply to another
post regarding the bothersome inauthenticity of glasses at events. I
figure if I'm being asked to not wear my glasses at events, it certainly
follows that we can ask others to not smoke at events. Am I somehow implying
that asking others to give up things (Glasses for those of us who need them
to see, smoking for those who are addicted) are unreasonable requests? Yes.
Aedric the Green IKA Fred Op
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