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SMOKING BAN PART 2

Started by: gary1964 (3944) 

living in scotland where the smokin ban is in place as encourge ppl to go out more.never mind these ppl who say pubs will be empty thats a load of crap..more ppl up here go out now..at least there kids can breathe in fresh air..im not an anti smoker..but think about it would you like your kids to breathe smoke in think about cancer and other decease they could get ..smoke free uk

Started: 26th Jan 2007 at 16:27

Posted by: janey (inactive)

Yes, as an X smoker and living in Scotland, I agree with what you say Gary. The pubs seem much cleaner now, and most pubs have provided the smokers with a gazebo and patio heaters in their Beer Gardens.

Replied: 26th Jan 2007 at 16:31

Posted by: ann442 (210)

well siad smoke free every were

Replied: 27th Jan 2007 at 03:16

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

Here in Aus. (if I may mention that part of the world!) we have had no smoking in restaurants for a couple of years now and we had the same thing. Businesses up in arms - 'we will loose all our customers', 'we will go broke'. Guess what? All still there and got the non-smokers as customers who can now go out for a meal and taste their food instead of cigarette smoke. Long live the smoking ban in public places.

Replied: 27th Jan 2007 at 05:37

Posted by: billy (26053) 

cough cough cough, say what????cough cough.

Replied: 27th Jan 2007 at 10:37

Posted by: empress (9667) 

I'm a smoker, keep tryin to pack it in, wish they'd make it easier and ban it everywhere lol.
I rarely go out, but if I do, I want to be able to smoke if I choose. Most places designate an area for smokers outside, I don't mind using them. I went to scotland for a week last summer.Was no smoking in the bars etc, I honestly didn't mind, it was nicer , I popped outside and had a couple of cigs throughout the night, I smoked far less than usual on a night out which was a bonus.

Replied: 27th Jan 2007 at 12:14

 

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