very soon it will change - at last - no smokers in public places !
YAY! I was starting to worry about what would happen when I went there.
Did i open a can of worms? Unfortunatley new laws come out that prohibit smockin more and more. I see this as a clear sign of human rights violation, but then again i'm a smocker, if i would be a non-smocker maybe i would see it diferentley.
I have some kind of allergy to cigarette smoke... I can barely breath and usually start coughing if I'm so much as walking behind someone who's lighting up and the wind changes >_< Thankfully most people on campus here are not into it.
A train has multiple vagons, when you buy a ticket you should be able to buy a ticket on smocking or non-smocking place and problem solved
They usually do have smoking sections... at least they did a few years back when I took one to zakopane... they had their own wagons and that was cool.
Problem with restaurants and bars is that the smoke doesn't read very well, and thus saunters over to the non-smoking section. And you know the whole poor air circulations/ joined ac sys doesn't help matters.
unfortunatley things will only change for the worst at least for the smockers, for non-smockers things change for the better. Riiiiight this IS fair.
You're forgetting one thing, smoking is a choice (addictive or not, still a choice). If you can't sit for the length of a meal / coffee without lighting one up you should rethink your state of being.
As second hand smoke isn't healthy (say what you will, it's true) people shouldn't be subjected to it if they don't want to. What about all the waitresses forced to work in a smoke filled room for hours on end?
smoker cafe n' stuff are allowed (at least in the states) but employers have to get all their staff to accept it if I'm not mistaken.
Oh, and in such nice, stationary places there's always that cool thing known as outside that you can go and light one up before going back in and enjoying food.