Honestly, no matter how hard the anti-smoking crusaders try, they'll never get what they want. There is an option for those that do not want to breath second-hand smoke, MOVE away from the smokers. It's getting to the point that the only place you can smoke is in you house, doors locked and under the covers (to paraphrase Denis Leary). The "aquarium" rooms you can smell before you even see them. I'm not a cigarette smoker (although I do smoke the weekly cigar, and my pipe gets a good workout as well [tobacco pipe, not hash pipe thank you very much.]) but am used to being around smokers, so it doesn't bother me. If it gets to bothering me, I move to a spot where it doesn't bother me as much. Two things are fuelling air rage, alcohol, and nicotine addictions. You wonder why so many of these smoking lounges are always full? Because some of these folks are getting ready to spend several hours without being able to smoke. Have you ever noticed how quick the smokers get off the plane so they can grab a quick puff before moving on to the terminal or their next flight? Suing the airlines and the airports for second hand smoke from the lounges is kind of like these cities that are suing gun makers for making guns that end up killing people. A great solution to the gun problem is not to limit guns, just make the bullets more expensive, I mean make a box of bullets cost $250, and that'll cut down on gun violence. So all of you whiny anti-smoking crusaders can just put your lips on a tailpipe and suck exhaust! If someone wants to smoke, let them. They know it's dangerous, even if they don't read the SG's warning. Suits against the tobacco companies for health problems related to smoking should be thrown out, just as most lawsuits against beer and liquor companies have. People know the risks going in, so whatever happened to them is their own damn fault. All it really is is that people don't want to take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences of those actions.