Posted by: eric1957 on 2008-03-08 
But did it make the food taste better.
Posted by: Cathy on 2008-03-06 
I don't smoke and never did, I'm glad its not allowed indoors----but I don't like the government telling us what to do. For such a free land we have some very restricting laws and plenty of them!!!!
Posted by: tommy7 on 2008-03-06 
OMG listen to this one.They have a smoking area in front of a local hospital they closed.And you used to see nurses ,drs. puffing.Now across the street at least 100 ft. from the entrance the closest car is with 100 or so cars in the parking lot.They have a hospital guard that patrols the grounds.And you will be fined if caught smoking in your car with the windows CLOSED!!Private message me and I'll tell you the name of the place.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-03-06 
Good points by both Cliffy and Tommy. In the Ontario debate it was certainly pointed out that those who frequent bars aren't the most health-conscious people anyway. Nevertheless, in about 20 years we will all look back and be amazed that smoking was ever permitted in public places.

Coming soon to Ontario--a law that will prohibit someone from smoking in a car that is carrying passengers who are 16 years old and under. This ought to be a doozy to enforce.
Posted by: tommy7 on 2008-03-06 
Yeah just destroy every vital organ in your body with alcohol,including your lungs?