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    Its now illegal to smoke and dance in New York City.

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    Originally posted by Jamie Lennox:
    Its now illegal to smoke and dance in New York City.
    But what if I'm on fire????
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    Originally posted by richierich:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Jamie Lennox:
    Its now illegal to smoke and dance in New York City.
    But what if I'm on fire???? </font>[/QUOTE]You have to be put out or im sure you will get a fine... [img]graemlins/grinyes.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
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    I guess bars and resturants arent really private property

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    Originally posted by richierich:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Jamie Lennox:
    Its now illegal to smoke and dance in New York City.
    But what if I'm on fire???? </font>[/QUOTE]"Just roll around, you'll be alright! lol!

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    Originally posted by Jamie Lennox:
    I guess bars and resturants arent really private property
    And now he only eats guitars.. Get out..!!!
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    It's a shame.They are trying to pass the same law here.Chicago copies off of NYC's laws.I gotta have a smoke after I eat.I gotta have a smoke after a beer.I will be getting tore up at home now.... [img]graemlins/jpshakehead.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by Jamie Lennox:
    Its now illegal to smoke and dance in New York City.
    You would think the people that pass these laws would have more pressing matters

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    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one. It will probably help many people quit smoking. It will keep our clothes from smelling. And it will make some of the eye-burning venues less painful.

    However, it seems like it's going to be impossible to regulate, especially in the large clubs.
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    Originally posted by konbit:
    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one. It will probably help many people quit smoking. It will keep our clothes from smelling. And it will make some of the eye-burning venues less painful.

    However, it seems like it's going to be impossible to regulate, especially in the large clubs.
    it also means that you can't smoke weed all secretly.

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    Originally posted by daniel:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by konbit:
    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one. It will probably help many people quit smoking. It will keep our clothes from smelling. And it will make some of the eye-burning venues less painful.

    However, it seems like it's going to be impossible to regulate, especially in the large clubs.
    it also means that you can't smoke weed all secretly. </font>[/QUOTE]word. this is exactly what i was thinking...

    however, on a whole..i hate smoky clubs...especially the small crap ones that i always play at...er, i mean...the really cool lounges i play at.

    yeah, smoke is not natural. smoking cigs is hella cool though. i just don't really do it anymore because i want to be healthy and not constantly feel like i have a cold.

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    Originally posted by Martin Red:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Jamie Lennox:
    Its now illegal to smoke and dance in New York City.
    You would think the people that pass these laws would have more pressing matters </font>[/QUOTE]Greetings Martin Red:

    They don't how to govern, so they become bullies.


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    Not sure if this law applies to private parties in a non-cabaret and no liquor lic establishment.

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    Originally posted by matthew j:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by daniel:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by konbit:
    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one. It will probably help many people quit smoking. It will keep our clothes from smelling. And it will make some of the eye-burning venues less painful.

    However, it seems like it's going to be impossible to regulate, especially in the large clubs.
    it also means that you can't smoke weed all secretly. </font>[/QUOTE]word. this is exactly what i was thinking...

    however, on a whole..i hate smoky clubs...especially the small crap ones that i always play at...er, i mean...the really cool lounges i play at.

    yeah, smoke is not natural. smoking cigs is hella cool though. i just don't really do it anymore because i want to be healthy and not constantly feel like i have a cold.
    </font>[/QUOTE]85a has horrible circulation.

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    Originally posted by daniel:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by konbit:
    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one. It will probably help many people quit smoking. It will keep our clothes from smelling. And it will make some of the eye-burning venues less painful.

    However, it seems like it's going to be impossible to regulate, especially in the large clubs.
    it also means that you can't smoke weed all secretly. </font>[/QUOTE]yeah, I was thinking about that too...
    With desire, the world is tied down. With the subduing of desire it\'s freed. With the abandoning of desire all bonds are cut through.

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    What's up Jamie!! Had a great time in Miami hanging with Andrea and Fanny. Andrea is awesome, glad I met her...she will be up here soon hopefully

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    Originally posted by konbit:
    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one.
    this is such an over-exaggeration + if they took the chemicals out of the 'tobacco' it would be far far less dangerous.

    but i forgot, no one really delves into issues here, they just look at the superficiality and whine for 5 pages.

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    Originally posted by 2121:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by konbit:
    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one.
    this is such an over-exaggeration + if they took the chemicals out of the 'tobacco' it would be far far less dangerous.

    but i forgot, no one really delves into issues here, they just look at the superficiality and whine for 5 pages.
    </font>[/QUOTE]then why do you read it?

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    did I say that I read them?

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    "it" as a whole of "here". as in "no one really delves into issues HERE, they just look at the superficiality and whine for 5 pages"

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    Just because I'm 'here' doesn't mean I read every thread in its entirety.

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    Is anything more grotesgue than the sight of some sad **** puffing away while they're eating their meal? This is happening the world over because addicts can't self-regulate - these are progressive laws. Has anyone seen the Insider?

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    Originally posted by Martin Red:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Jamie Lennox:
    Its now illegal to smoke and dance in New York City.
    You would think the people that pass these laws would have more pressing matters </font>[/QUOTE]word, nothing's too petty for fascists...

    where were phillip morris and jr reynolds while all this nonsense was getting passed?

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    Originally posted by konbit:
    I smoke.

    However, if this law keeps even one bartender from dying, then it is a good one. It will probably help many people quit smoking. It will keep our clothes from smelling. And it will make some of the eye-burning venues less painful.

    However, it seems like it's going to be impossible to regulate, especially in the large clubs.
    but many bartenders will lose income from lost clientele. a drink and smoke are inseparable too some...
    i've been to many smoking bars that have really good ionic ventilation systems that make it hard to believe there are people actually smoking there

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