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Comment Re:Won't stop the moral hysteria (Score 1) 174

I did not move the goal posts in any way. It goes tiredly towards your sign comment, which implies that adults are allowed to make up their mind about what places they enter. This is less so for kids, so just a simple sign does not work.

But you have basically come to the end conclusion of a "club" which can already exist.

Comment Re:Won't stop the moral hysteria (Score -1, Troll) 174

And how would I know when I enter a restaurant that half way through my meal the person in the table next to mine is not going to start spewing unknown chemicals in my direction?

Should I then be forced to get up and leave, without finishing eating but having to pay for it, or be poisoned?

Comment Re:Won't stop the moral hysteria (Score 3, Insightful) 174

That is an oversimplification. First of all where I live relatively few places ban e-cigs, the few that do ban them is more about people not wanting cloaks of smoke, or nicotine steam, sprewed on them.

But to be honest you do not know what is in the vaps. Are they using the "safe" liquids you can buy at the store, or did they mix their own and have other "unsafe" chemicals in them. You are free to smoke, you are not free to poison me.

Comment Re:How is this paid for? (Score 1) 1291

It would be paid in part by efficiances. How much dose it cost to have snap offices across the country, how much is given out in snap and other resources. All that would would be moved into this system. There would be a need for less wages to pay to those who have to support those programs, so that would pay for it as well, plus making government smaller.

Mommy, what happens to your files when you die?