Posted 3/24/2008 2:56 PM (GMT -6)

Boy I hope you don't get sick from sucking up 30 degree temps! I don't have a lot of problems with the smell of cigerettes but don't get me in a cleaning isle of a store. Or even where all the bath soup is. I can't handle that stuff. So I guess that means you ain't taking up smoking with Gramps anytime soon?????????? tongue

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Posted 3/24/2008 4:59 PM (GMT -6)

I have noticed this as well. I recently attended a business convention in Las Vegas and had a terrible time just getting from Point A to Point B without going thru a casino filled with smoke. I end up coughing a lot, and it usually goes into the next morning until I feel as if I have gotten it out of my system.


Posted 8/31/2008 12:41 AM (GMT -6)
I just want to let you know that there are people out there who severely suffer from a second hand smoke. I found this forum when I was searching the web in the hope that I could find any answer to what my reaction to cigarette smoke was. I am not talking about a reaction to a direct smoke. It is the stagnant toxic air that I react real badly. My office building is, of course, completely a non-smoking place but I can tell that people smoke somewhere (either in their private offices or restrooms) and some time. Sore throat, chest congestion and red eyes are some of my symptoms. I also feel something is pricking my tongue. I am afraid of staying at any hotel room (Las Vegas was worst) even in a completely non-smoking building because there are always people smoking in their own rooms. I have been complaining and sending emails to our building manager but I know that there is nothing he can do about it other than sending an email reminder of non-smoking policy to occupants. I hope that you get a little solace knowing that there are people like me who react to cigarette smoke worse than you. Take care.

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