Table Courtesy Question

Discussion in 'General' started by greenbird, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. Zach Black

    Zach Black Active Member

    I've recently upgraded my plan of attack to include protective equipment which will allow me to work through high true counts when ploppy or AP smoke counter-measures are being applied...

    Please don't wong-in to my table if you see me in action.

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    Last edited: Sep 10, 2011
  2. Sucker

    Sucker Well-Known Member

    I personally have no problem with people exercising their right to smoke in a casino. I was simply responding to an arrogant post in which the poster, after claiming to be a "considerate" smoker; proceeded to lambaste every person who has ever coughed when someone's cigarette smoke went into their face.

    Yes, driving a car is legal. Yes, every time you start your car you put poisonous gases into the air. Air pollution sickens and KILLS thousands of people every year. But to act as though it's THEIR fault because they don't WANT to die??? And then to insult them with that stupid "fart" statement??? How do you EXPECT a fair-minded person to react?
  3. Sucker

    Sucker Well-Known Member

    Hey Zach - that gas mask looks EXACTLY like your dog! :grin: :grin: :grin:
  4. We all fill the air with poisonous gases. The word "poison" cannot be used in a scientific context without additional information on the concentration and the dose. A cigarette smoker is poisoning himself, at least for a short period of time, but he is not poisoning me by sitting at my table. It smells bad, that's all. And he might think I stink too.
  5. Blue Efficacy

    Blue Efficacy Well-Known Member

    Before I quit smoking, i made sure to light up whenever it looked like somebody wanted to sit next to me in a plus count.
  6. Gamblor

    Gamblor Well-Known Member

    A bad smelling cigar works everytime guaranteed in driving ploppies away.
  7. Diver

    Diver Well-Known Member

    not so

    Your first sentence is correct, as far as it goes. However, stink aside, your other comments ignore considerable research about the harmful effects of second hand smoke in real world settings. For my part, I accept that exposure to second hand smoke is a hazard I choose to accept when gambling in casinos which permit smoking.
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2011
  8. Coach R

    Coach R Well-Known Member

    If you're not counting, you should want more people at the table, you'll lose your money at a slower rate.
  9. CrazyEddie

    CrazyEddie Member

    I do. Smoking where others are forced to breathe your smoke is boorish behavior notwithstanding the fact that the casino allows smoking.

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