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I did smoke for a few years in late 60's, then again for a few in 80's. Now I despise the smell

The stink of cigarette is appalling.
Put me in a small room with a smoker and I would just plain knock them out immediately.

Aside from smoking back in the 60's, (due to friends who smoked) I also went to dance bars. Where the smoke was a really thick blanket. and clothing stank from being there.

I am really glad cigarettes cost a small fortune now.
And for all the laws about where one can smoke.

Where I worked.. up until the mid 80's the break rooms were a stink pot of cigarettes. Then soon all that changed, until no smoking anywhere inside the building. Which may have saved a few lungs of both smokers and non smokers alike. I have to admit smokers were usually friendlier than non smokers, and 'joining' them smoking made it easy to be accepted

Cigarette smoking is a addiction, just like any addiction. It does nothing for you except befuddle the brain into thinking all is better with a cigarette in hand than not.

I for one do not care about 'statistics' as much as I care about not having to smell that shit anywhere around me.

I also can remember the sudden sense of 'relaxation' from lighting up. But then that is just the addiction response to the lack of nicotine. A 'fools' paradise.

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