I would be interested to hear where you get your facts as to smokers who exercise living long than non-smokers who exercise.
For the most part, I don't even think the second hand smoke is as much of an issue as the odor of cigarette smoke that Anti's don't like to smell when they are eating. I have to agree with them on this one, but I believe that letting many businesses choose would be better so that there are both smoker friendly places that can be avoided by non smokers as well as places that don't allow smoking at all either inside or on a patio outside. So what if I have to go 50 feet from the door in the parking lot if I want to have a cigarette if I CHOOSE to eat or drink at a non smoking establishment. My point is I don't like seeing that there are no choices for the smokers and the Anti's still have to walk through the tunnel of smoke by the front door in most places because all of the smokers are standing right outside of the front door smoking up a storm.
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