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The smoking problem in America Smoking is a severe detriment to the heath of America Smoking is harmful to everyones health even in second hand form The main argument for being able to smoke is personal freedom It is the smokers choice if they want to smoke I have a variety of different feelings about this topic because I am coming from a different society distinct from that of America First I would like to begin with the subject of tobacco People have been smoking this poison for a long time Smoking destroys the lungs and throat however this has been common knowledge for several decades The problem began when people realized that second-hand smoke inhalation was also detrimental to their health It is a well-known fact that second-hand smoke can also cause serious damage to the lungs and throat I had never smoked a cigarette until I was 17 I tried them only at parties and I began to enjoy them But because I have been competing in tennis since I was 12 I should not smoke However I have to admit that sometimes a cigarette feels good One or two cigarettes a week do not have any effect on my tennis career Because of my experiences with smoking I have sympathy for smokers I come from Hungary and smoking is not an important issue there People can smoke basically everywhere except where there are designated restrictions As far as I have experienced it is an opposite situation here in America In the states people can only smoke at a few assigned places I think both ideologies of these two nations are too strict about their policies I would rather live in a society where there would not be so much controversy about the smoking issue In my ideal world there would be places where smokers can enjoy their pleasure without any opposition from non-smokers The non-smokers would not
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