The debate "Smoking should be Illeagal" was started by
March 21, 2019, 9:54 pm.
68 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 41 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Hey posted 1 argument, JDAWG9693 posted 2 arguments, Minimalist posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
Nemiroff posted 4 arguments, aegi posted 1 argument, SMNR posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
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making it illegal is banning it everywhere. banning it in enclosed places is banning it somewhere. the 2 are very related, 1 is just more extreme. I dont generally agree with extremism.
No, we're just specifying to what degree we agree with the claim
It wasn't stated anywhere in the motion that it should be banned on enclosed areas. It just stated to illegalise smoking. I think you got the wrong point here.
No, improper grammar should be "illeagel"
there are many differences indeed.
smoking causes direct damage to your lungs, but fatty foods are the cause of Americas #1 killer: heart disease.
and thus in enclosed areas, smoking should be banned.
No as there is huge difference in eating fatty or fried foods and smoking. Smoking causes direct damage to your lungs. Fried foods doesn't damage your system directly. Again there's the point of passive smoking. Eating fried foods in a home or public spaces doesn't effect others who's near you.
large outdoor crowded events like parades should ban them as well, but not ordinary sidewalk walking. there is effectively no second hand smoke effect just walking the streets
second hand smoke happens indoors. it's not an issue in open air. smoking is already banned in public indoor places or semi enclosed like sidewalk cafes. I think the current bans are fine, education is the only thing we need moving forward.
Maybe smoking in public could be illegal?
The only reason I would agree is because, like Hey said, it can hurt others. I cannot be harmed by you eating fatty foods. I can, however, be harmed by you smoking near me.
well yeah it should be. not to mention the most basic fact that it ruins your own health, since idc bout you, but it also ruins the health of the others around you. ever heard of passive smoker?
wrong spelling should be illegal
should fatty and fried food be banned?