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post #24 of (permalink) Old 06-28-2014
laughingdragon
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Originally Posted by slorydn1 View Post
I actually thought about not smoking in the Mustangs, I really did. But the way things are going these days, the cars are gonna be the only place where we CAN smoke.

Can't smoke at work any more, not even outside if within sight distance of a freakin' doorway, can't smoke in a restaurant or bar, heck in some places in this country you can't even smoke in your own home (thank God I don't live I one of those communist states).
Yeah, as a smoker, we are the outcasts and lepers of today. One of the jobs I am applying for, you will not be hired as a smoker. So trying the ear thing to try and quit on Monday. another place, they ask right away if you have smoked in the last 6 months, if you have, you "do not meet minimum requirements for employment". It is getting harder and harder to find a place to smoke, even some sidewalks if close to a certain business, no. Luckily I am not in on of the communist states that almost limits you even smoking outside your own home.

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