DarthLobster wrote:joeycapps wrote:You'll never meet a more rabid crowd than some anti-smokers...
Cancer has that effect.
Yeah, alcoholism too, and Alzheimer's from marijuana, and let's not forget the heart disease from sugar.
jfklganyc wrote:Those smoking rooms were disgusting
Although I do find the hypocrisy funny:
Liberal politicians are SO anti smoking and SO pro pot legalization.
Agreed! Not a smoker, but hate the hypocrisy. And, for the pro-pot guys out there, just wait ten more years when the ilks of RJ Reynolds owns 90% of the recreational pot distribution, then suddenly the past 50 years of medical research that shows the harmful affects of marijuana suddenly become validated.
Blerg wrote:If people want to smoke then we should let them smoke, their life, their choices. They can be whoever they want to be.
Like someone mentioned above, these will be most likely replaced by fast food restaurants which will contribute to the diabetes epidemic that's ravaging the US. I mean, according to official statistics, there are more than 100.000.000 people in the US living with diabetes or pre-diabetes.
But hey, as long as we are banning tiny rooms that anyone notices. And by the way, this is coming from someone who has asthma and who doesn't smoke.
THANK YOU!! I can't wait to see the government oversight (looking at you New York) that is going to regulate calorie count for all food sold in airport concession shops and restaurants. I'm sure the day will come when a local governing body is going to till the airports what food and drinks they can sell too.