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Old 05-23-2015, 12:17 PM
 
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Originally Posted by livingsinglenyc View Post
Please all the car exhaust, subway exhaust, and construction pollution in midtown is worse the cigarette. You want fresh air move to the country.
Why add cigarette's to the list besides there is no fresh air left to breath the country is just as bad.
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Old 05-23-2015, 12:18 PM
 
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Just convert to electronic cigs. They're more enjoyable than tobacco cigs. I vape everywhere and anywhere and no one bothers me.
Agree 100%
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Old 05-23-2015, 12:33 PM
 
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+1 for the e-cig. I quit six months ago by going on the patch and then transitioning with ecigs. I LOVE it, it's cheap, (was paying 13-14 dollars for newports before that), and you can smoke anywhere you want outdoors (indoors too, but it's hard not feeling like a twatwaffle doing it). I really hope the grubby government doesn't get it's hands on the alternative to tobacco industry, but sadly they probably will.
I'm a non smoker, my self your advice is very helpful to people that smokes cigs.I hope that cig.smokers would take.
Your advice l have seen one person using ecigs.and it was interesting, you can smoke it any where.😆
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Old 05-23-2015, 01:45 PM
 
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I'm a non smoker, my self your advice is very helpful to people that smokes cigs.I hope that cig.smokers would take.
Your advice l have seen one person using ecigs.and it was interesting, you can smoke it any where.😆
Actually you can't smoke it anywhere. Many places have already started banning them.
Also smoking an e cig is totally different then smoking a regular cig. Its like comparing beer to wine.
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Old 05-23-2015, 10:35 PM
 
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Actually you can't smoke it anywhere. Many places have already started banning them.
Also smoking an e cig is totally different then smoking a regular cig. Its like comparing beer to wine.
Well I learn something new like I said I'm a nonsmoker l really don't keep up with smoker's news but when I seen
The person that was smoking the ecig,was taking puffs and putting it away that's what caught my attention.
To myself I thought it was lit,no smoke coming out.for a minute, I though he was going to burn his jacket.ha,ha,ha.
Because he kept on hiding it I guess it is true you can't smoke it every where. 😕 thanks for the info.
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Old 05-27-2015, 08:48 AM
 
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Actually you can't smoke it anywhere. Many places have already started banning them.
Also smoking an e cig is totally different then smoking a regular cig. Its like comparing beer to wine.
It's not "smoking" but vaping. And, yes, you can vape them literally anywhere, as long as you're discreet. You can even vape them without releasing any mist clouds or emitting any noise. I've been vaping for 6 years all over NYC and have never been bothered. In libraries I vape discreetly.
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Old 05-27-2015, 10:39 AM
 
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It's not "smoking" but vaping. And, yes, you can vape them literally anywhere, as long as you're discreet. You can even vape them without releasing any mist clouds or emitting any noise. I've been vaping for 6 years all over NYC and have never been bothered. In libraries I vape discreetly.


and sitting at a restaurant, jut how discrete can one be with smoke pouring out of ones mouth?????

you cant vape anywhere you want to..
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Old 05-27-2015, 10:42 AM
 
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and sitting at a restaurant, jut how discrete can one be with smoke pouring out of ones mouth?????

you cant vape anywhere you want to..
I do. Everywhere. If it's in a place where it's not allowed then you can slowly exhale, so that the vape clouds are undetectable.

I was at McDonald's a few days ago and was discreetly vaping for hours.
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Old 05-28-2015, 07:19 PM
 
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Not suppose to be anywhere, but the park between 51st and 52nd and between 7th and 6th is totally covered and has 10+ ash trays out. Bunch of no smoking signs, but the security does nothing about it. I was told by someone that there is a french bank there (pnb pari-something) that is willing to cover the fines, but I do not believe that.
So this is the only plaza that doesn't enforce the law?
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