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The individual has the right not to inflict me with lung cancer due to a ridiculous addiction they CHOSE to inflict on themselves.
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The individual has the right not to inflict me with lung cancer due to a ridiculous addiction they CHOSE to inflict on themselves.
I thinkthat sentence came out wrong You should rescramble it a little to get:

The individual does not have the right....
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These analogies are getting rather out of hand.
Like motorists!
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Like motorists!
I can agree with that one (i dont use a car).
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I love havin a fag.....and will never give it up!

When it comes to the choice (and it will if you keep smoking) between having a fag or grabbing that oxygen mask to keep breathing will you still say the same?
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Substitute "drive" for "smoke"...As a friend says: you stop driving and I'll stop smoking.
With advancing technology the analogy of car fumes inflicting carcinogens on peoples' lung is becoming obsolete. The fumes of **** will always inflict carcinogens on peoples' lung, as much of the toxicity comes from the addictive components.
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With advancing technology the analogy of car fumes inflicting carcinogens on peoples' lung is becoming obsolete. The fumes of **** will always inflict carcinogens on peoples' lung, as much of the toxicity comes from the addictive components.
Perhaps: but motor cars are lethal enough to other people without the fumes. The toxicity comes from having comfortable, well-protected fools in close proximity to everyone else.
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Perhaps: but motor cars are lethal enough to other people without the fumes. The toxicity comes from having comfortable, well-protected fools in close proximity to everyone else.
I'm not sure I've got the gist of your quote but if I have my response is "I can sit in a pub without being run over by a car, but I can't sit in a pub and not breathe in noxious, injurious fumes.

That's the big difference as far as I'm concerned.
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I'm not sure I've got the gist of your quote but if I have my response is "I can sit in a pub without being run over by a car, but I can't sit in a pub and not breathe in noxious, injurious fumes.

That's the big difference as far as I'm concerned.
TRue, but no-one was ever killed or seriously injured by being run over by a cigarette.
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TRue, but no-one was ever killed or seriously injured by being run over by a cigarette.
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