Sunday, August 10, 2014

Smoking & Reading

Andy | Sunday, August 10, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

I really wanted to get around in front of him to capture the no smoking sign above is head but he moved away before I could get in position. This at a train station and if the transit police had showed up he would have received a fine.
I think it would have cost him $45.00.

16 comments:

  1. If smoking affects his health, it's going to cost him lots more!!

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  2. Right under the no smoking sign! Shame on him!

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  3. Our train stations have 'smoking spots' on the platforms, those who want to smoke have to stand there.

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    1. The transit authority considers smoking a fire hazard.

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  5. $45 is nothing compared to what it will cost him to deal with his lung cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, stomach cancer, etc.

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    1. Don't forget heart disease, emphysema, and stroke plus other likely disease associate with tobacco.

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  6. Well, if he wants to kill himself with tobacco, a forty five dollar fine isn't going to trouble him.

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  7. That would have been good. I enjoy irony.

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  8. Not only is a typical smoker's health invincible, they don't have to obey the law, either. They're in a world unto themselves.

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  9. I think being in a polluted city will do him just as much harm as his ciggie.

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  10. A smoking ban on station platforms has just been introduces her in Denmark. There are no no smoking signs and few seem to care.

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  11. Yes, as you say, if you had been able to move round a little it would have added to the shot; no smoking anywhere on UK stations - as a non smoker that suits me fine.

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