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    chew

    Is smokeless tobacco and vaping, pipes banned too?

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    Yes. I thought it was just tobacco products, but it includes the Vaping craze too.
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    Dont worry z i know what you mean. Most people think of old uncle so and so's cigar. I only half jokingly refer to them as fine dominican. The truth is they smell a lot better than cigarettes. Cigarettes are made from lower grade tobacco. Loke cheap cigars. Its always funny when a woman says hey i usually hate cigar smoke, but thats not bad. What they mean is they hate it less than they were expecting. Get your son to smoke better ones. The things cause cancer, might as well smoke good ones.

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    Trust me, my son smokes ONLY the best cigars. And is good friends with Rocky Patel. Cigars stink no matter if they're good or bad. But the bad ones do smell much worse.
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    I truly think the ordinance should also include all outdoor bars and restaurants. Unfortunately, the mayor didn't share that same belief. Perhaps, one day, the Clean Air Act of 2007 can be amended to ban smoking in all indoor AND outdoor dining areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maurice.cowell View Post
    I truly think the ordinance should also include all outdoor bars and restaurants. Unfortunately, the mayor didn't share that same belief. Perhaps, one day, the Clean Air Act of 2007 can be amended to ban smoking in all indoor AND outdoor dining areas.
    I'm glad you agreed with me enough to copy and paste my post from 8/31/15.

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