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I'm rather fond of Fran Lebowitz's take on the subject:
"I understand, of course, that many people find smoking objectionable.
That is their right. I would, I assure you, be the very last to
criticize the annoyed. I myself find many -- even most -- things
objectionable. Being offended is the natural consequence of leaving
one's home. I do not like aftershave lotion, adults who roller-skate,
children who speak French, or anyone who is unduly tan. I do not,
however, go around enacting legislation and putting up signs. In private
I avoid such people; in public they have the run of the place. I stay at
home as much as possible, and so should they. When it is necessary,
however, to go out of the house, they must be prepared, as I am, to deal
with the unpleasant personal habits of others. That is what "public"
-----Original Message----- From: John Posada
You didn't. There are just some people who look for opportunities to
practice indignation every chance they get. I'll also bet their Delete
key is shiny and new-looking...mine, the letters are rubbing off.
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