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  •  Oh, c'mon... (0+ / 0-)

    Nobody has the "right" to blow smoke into anybody else's space. If this is in fact happening, and I see no reason to assume that it's not, then it's not unreasonable to be upset.

    An expectation of courtesy is not oppression.

    I say that as a thirty year smoker.

    •  That's one of the consequences of living (1+ / 0-)
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      jabney

      in close proximity to other people, like in an apartment building. Things they do in the privacy of THEIR space, can intrude into YOUR space. Noise, smells... something that you have to deal with if you're living on top of people. If a person really can't tolerate certain things from their neighbors, they can decide to move, they can try to come to an arrangement with a problem neighbor,  they can try to change the rules in their building and get the offending person kicked out, or they can go really activist and try to get the offending behavior made a criminal offense.

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