Smoker's are nasty people. Our roadways, freeway, and highways are littered with cigarette butts. It's gross.
I can't even count how many times I have seen smokers throw their smouldering butts out of the windows of their cars - almost as though they are entitled to do so.
Why don't they keep the butts and ashes in their own vehicles? Why don't they clean up after themselves? Why does the rest of the world have to suffer their habit?
I avoid patios while eating at restaurants, because elitist-thinking smokers think it's perfectly all right to light up in my presence and inhabit my world with their cancer-causing addiction.
I don't know why smokers think they have the right to litter our world with their cigarette butts, fill our air with contaminants, or clog our hospitals with smoking-related diseases, but I truly wish all smoker's were taxed 10 times the norm, to pay for their disgusting habit.
You choose to light up. you pay.
Sandra Steffan, Langley