While we were laughing, though, each one of us was having a moment of clarity on something we already knew. Maybe it was a trick with how to light it. Head spinning from so many rules? I pass one on a regular basis on Broad Street. Because let's be a bit blatant, shall we?
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We don't want them to talk to us just after they've smoked. I smoke one regularly on the roof deck of the bar I work at. You won't catch me working on a fuel line indoors or in a public place. No it's not cool to hate smokers! There is no reason to hate smokers. You do realize that there is a large tax revenue on cigarettes right?
That's true of course, but I'd be very surprised if the tax raised was equal or greater than the cost. It doesn't seem to matter if our window is closed or not - the smoke seems to seep through the wooden floor. I think they are called doobies THis. But the fear of cigarette smoke is based solely on paranoia. If you are out on a porch slowly smoking a cigar and talking with a friend who is also smoking a cigar then you are either celebrating something in a subdued and respectable manner or enjoying the presence of a friend while enjoying a stogy.