Re: Smoking at the Fair |

Re: Smoking at the Fair

First off, I want to sincerely thank the county for the appropriate smoke-free experience shared at the fair. In contrast to that letter from the drug addict (tobacco, nicotine and other poisons) that was complaining.

I cannot imagine an adult taking kids to the fair and endeavoring to poison them and others with their foul habit. If one must smoke, take it out where the noxious poison gasses only harm the addict, rather than innocent family and friends enjoying a good and safe time.

For a parent to complain that there was limits to their noxious habit, I, for one, thank all the health-conscious, safety and decency-intending county planners. Smoke should be enjoyed in solitude, so that the poisons only affect the addict and don’t cause harm, concerns or mess for innocent and morally-focused families at the event.

Steve Rothschild


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