<br><br>No, not that butt, the cigarette in her right hand... my image of britney is tarnished for ever...<br><br>time to pull all of the posters off the bedroom wall, off the closet door and out of the bathroom...<br><br>geez... why'd she have to go an tarnish her image like that?<br><br>ugh.<br><br>Statistics are like a bikini. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.<br>-- Aaron Levenstein
"In the old days, you'd finish a day's work and announce, 'I'm done.' Nobody ever does that now. There's never enough time." -- Elliott Masie
Hey, is that a bit of cellulite viisible at the top of her right thigh? Imperfection? *gasp*<br><br>Oh, nope. Eyewear needs cleaning again. Durn!<br><br>*Scuttles off to find the extra stength dish-washing detergent...*<br><br>
Maybe she's just smokin' a doobie. So even if she smokes cigs, big deal. I smoke, big deal. Sometimes I wish I could quit, I have quit several times...but then again just about anything can kill you in the end. Might die crossing the street or going to the store today. I feel the whole attitude towards smokers is carried a bit too far. I mean yes we should not encourage kids to start, but face it, if they are pressured by peers to smoke, they are going to do it. Maybe they will get off the habit later. I dunno, just doesn't burst any bubbles for me to see B. Spears sucking on a cig or whatever that is. <br><br>
Generally I agree that smokers have been treated pretty unfairly, Mike. But (or should that be butt?) let me tell you that for those of us who have lung problems of some sort, the story is a little more complicated. I developed asthma when I moved to this pure-air corner of America where I live. The result is that even the slightest bit of smoke in the air is torture for me. Last night I went to a play in which one character lit a cigarette. I'm still short of breath tonight. I don't know how to resolve the conflict that situations like this present. Certainly when I smoked (I quit some 20 years ago) I thought it was my constitutional right to do it where I wanted to, no holds barred. Maybe I was wrong then. Maybe I'm wrong now that I think restrictions ought to be in place.<br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear
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I'm a pack-a-day smoker, but would never expect anyone to pander to my habit. Yes, it is my right to smoke - but it's also my obligation not to allow my habit to infringe on anyone else's health.<br><br>I have no problem with restrictions - non smokers have every right to maintain their pink lungs!<br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
Well, I smoke about 10-12 cigs a day.<br><br>Are you sure it's her? The girl in the pic seems to be having a good upper body build (well, entire body actually). Britney looks like a broomstick in the newspics I see.<br><br>--<br>I am dangerous. I am Dyslexic of Borg. Fusistance is retile. Your a$$ will be laminated.
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Well, I think you could keep the posters. After all you don't have to kiss her, what's the problem if she smokes?<br><br>I don't smoke but my boyfriend does. He smokes in a room with the door closed and the window open. End of the problem.<br><br>
Yes, I agree no one should have to be exposed to my smoke. Which is why I smoke outside, or in the garage. Never in the house. What I meant generally speaking was the way smokers are these days almost kind of ostracized for their habit. I was not implying that I have the right to smoke anywhere I choose to. For those with lung problems, breathing problems I understand how being exposed to smoke is a terrible thing and for that I am glad we have the laws that we do.<br><br>
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