Smoking In Public

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The author seems to be defending the killing of what are obviously dumb animals. Isn't that cruel and unusual punishment? I think that it is a persons right to smoke, but when it comes down to bringing it into other people's lives, it is unjust. The only way children learn about smoking, anything for that matter, is from seeing other people do it...
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The only way children learn about smoking, anything for that matter, is from seeing other people do it. Do you really believe that we learn by instinct? I would agree with out of sight, out of mind a little bit more.
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