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amendment to the anti-smoking laws

Written by Romeo Anghelache no comments

Now that we live longer and some people saved me and the public from myself and other smokers by pushing laws against smoking in public places, I would suggest an amendment to these laws, which would go along the same generous lines and save the public and me from the owners/users of personal cars.

Here's the proposed amendment: each personal car should be mechanically modified so that the exhaust ends up fully inside that car.

There's a physical version of it too: each personal car should be mechanically modified so that the exhaust passes fully through the same private atmosphere, inside the car, that the driver is breathing, before getting outto the public atmosphere.

And here's the social version of this amendment: apply the physical version of the amendment only to those car owners/drivers who think that smoking means (or helps) killing other people more than the daily use of personal cars in urban areas or than the tax money spent on military activities or than the naked stupidity we, the people, are naturally endowed with in various degrees since birth.

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