I can accept it, and am aware of it. You seemed to have missed the point that I was making. I said it has been proven it isn't as dangerous as some are wanting us to believe. I never said it wasn't dangerous at all. And, what does saying 'All smokers produce secondary smoke, which affects people, but not all drinkers are aggressive to people' have to do with me talking about it being socially unacceptable to tell someone he or she needs a shower?
There are far more places (at least here) that are completely non-smoking than there are that allow smoking. If someone is mortally offended by someone smoking, by all means, they should wander into one of the places where smokers aren't allowed. What is the point of choosing a place where smoking is allowed and sit there all high and mighty, moaning about someone smoking, when it would be easier to go into a place where smokers can't smoke? I've noticed some people seem to have a need to have some sort of drama, even if it is sitting in a public place that allows smoking so he/she can gripe about it, when he/she could go to one of the non-smoking places and sit happily breathing fume free air.
I agree 100% Big JR! Cancel curry and the world would be a breather-friendly place. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />