> > When did we (nicotine folk) suddenly become the minority?
>> There are fewer smokers than non-smokers in society in general, and one
> would assume that the membership of ILUG mirrors that. Anyway, even if
> smokers were in the majority, they still should not impose their poisonous
> waste products on the minority, who after all do have a right to clean air
> to breath. You may answer that smokers have a right to smoke, of course, but
> that's debatable when one considers the cost to society of smoking.
Come off the soapbox please - no-one wanted to smoke at the AGM. Smokers are
resigned to becoming outcasts of society.
We don't have the energy to fight back...
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