Re: Where there's smoke, there's ire!
David G. Hills (Adcdave@AOL.COM)
Tue, 19 Mar 1996 21:16:28 -0500
This seems very simple to me. The policy used to be don't use tobacco in
front of the youth. This never worked, so now they are saying just leave it
home. No sneaking off by yourself to chew or smoke the stuff.
If you are a nonsmoker, you know how obnoxious the smell is, even if the
smoker does not smoke anywhere near you. Those red wool jackets really soak
up the smell of all smoke. If you are an expert I'll bet you could tell most
scouter what kind of fire wood they used at last weeks campout, let alone
that they were smoking tobacco. ;^)
Note: I admit that I am prejudiced against all smokers. I get tired of
cleaning up after them. I am allergic to the smoke; I get almost instant
headaches from second hand tobacco smoke.
Dave Hills B)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City