BlueBierd's comment history

BlueBierd said...

I recently read somewhere that these labels just make us want to smoke more due to the inherent death wish in humans. I don’t get turned off by the pictures, because I already know what cigarettes do to me, but there is no way to stop.

Gordon - http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

February 6, 2012 at 3:30 a.m.
BlueBierd said...

That is a very controversial thing to do, and I am sure glad I work in an industry where the companies have not started banning people who smoke from getting employment. You would think that we are a nation of freedom, but nowadays laws discriminate people and restrict freedom.

Gordon - http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

February 6, 2012 at 3:18 a.m.
BlueBierd said...

In an effort to become more green and healthy, many places and events are starting to ban smoking in their premises, and this has caused several of my friends to resort to bringing their e-cigs and sneaking in a smoke break.

Gordon - http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

February 6, 2012 at 3:12 a.m.
BlueBierd said...

While segregating the people who smoke with the ones who don't might not necessarily stop smoking or even reduce the number of smokers, the least it can do is to reduce the amount of second hand smoke that others are subjected to. However, with social pressure to stop smoking, we can help to discourage new smokers from taking up the bad habit. Gordon - http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

January 30, 2012 at 4:13 a.m.
BlueBierd said...

Since players who smoke weed or take steroids are shamed quite publicly, many of them have turned to chewing tobacco as a less obvious sign of drug use. However, kids are still able to see them chewing in the open while they play games, and that sight is truly a bad influence. I definitely do not want my kids to model themselves after them. I hope that players would refrain from chewing tobacco in the open too. Gordon - http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

January 29, 2012 at 9:45 p.m.
BlueBierd said...

So far, electronic cigarettes are still much better than regular cigarettes. The smoke that e-cigs emit are much less pollutive to the environment and harmful to the human health. However, it still doesn't mean that people should just smoke it freely. I admire her work because she is trying to find out more harmful effects in each e-cig, and hopefully warn people about the hidden harmful effects. Gordon - http://www.e-cig-bargains.com

January 29, 2012 at 9:42 p.m.
BlueBierd said...

Banning smoking in public areas will almost never please all parties. I agree that smoking would create second hand smoke, and that environment is no place for children to be. It creates a negative place for children to be, due to the smoke and the unsightly habit. However, vendors might lose revenue, much like clubs and pubs that offer the no smoking rule. Smokers might also feel ostracised and may not turn up at the event.

January 26, 2012 at 4:29 a.m.
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