Like I said, I quit over three months ago so no need for a smoke break any longer. Your 'comparison' of "There are many murders comitted every day so no one will mind if I take out the guy complaining about me smoking." to my arguments barely even makes any sense. I'm saying there are too many things on this earth that can kill you or affect your health and that we need to focus on being happy and not stress the little things because stress will kill us quicker in the long run. You're saying it's okay to commit murder because, as you put it, "no one will mind". What a fantasy realm you must live in. How are Prince Caspian, Aslan the Lion and Edmund doing anyway?
Again I will point out that many of what I listed effects anyone in a public space, so yes you must allow smoking to continue or you must get rid of all of those that can effect the public. Good luck telling the world to get rid of their vehicles and their other vices. Healthy or not you are imposing on free will, which is one of the largest threats to Canada I could think of. Sure it seems small now with it just being smoking, but again I will say that it is one very slippery slope and I for one would rather allow people to keep their free will and not dance with the dangers of risking the loss of further rights and freedoms.
You attack the homeless, the drug addicts, the homosexuals, the sex trade workers, the smokers, the alcoholics, the drivers, the restaurants, etc. So tell em sir, who is going to be left to speak up for your freedom and rights when they get attacked? You seriously need to look at the long term affects and consequences of your actions and demands on what seem to be small arguments such as this one. It will snowball.
Why? I don't need to get rid of everything that affects our health at once. That would be asinine. You start with one at a time.
My comparison makes barely any sense? Exactly - for that is exactly the comparison you made. Thanks for proving that.
PS: Sorry, missed where you said you quit. Congrats and stick with it - I've been told you need up to 2 years to be free from it.