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Tobacco Smoking in Public Places Smokers are not only killing themselves but are also contributing to the deaths of the population around them If the smokers today want to kill themselves then let them do it in a closed area The non-smokers who choose to live a healthy life should not be punished My argument is that smokers should be banned from doing their nasty and revolting habit in public People make their livings farming and selling the deadly crop tobacco My question for all the tobacco farmers out in the world today is why not grow a crop like corn or something of that nature If one is not able or does not have the knowledge to grow something beneficial why not graze cattle or other livestock There is simply no excuse for it My Grandfather grew tobacco and even gave some to his brother to smoke out of his rusty old pipe One afternoon his brother died the cause of his death was tobacco or also known as poison After this incident my Grandfather felt guilty about his brothers death He stopped growing his cash crop tobacco and started raising livestock He tells me that story every time I visit him at his house Tobacco farmers are not bad people The majority of them are really good people and just dont realize what they are doing to the world and people around them The farmers are not to blame The blaming should be credited to the consumers who buy the cigarettes and the cigarette companies which produce them but I do think that the farmers can change what they do with their fields The main benefit of smoking in public is that the cigarette companies receive free advertisement The public smoker influences the peers around them and obviously brings more consumers to buy cigarettes When bringing in more consumers the company expands leading to more jobs The question is
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