Let’s Smoke Almost Everywhere, Some MP’s Suggest

In Life, Politics on May 15, 2008 by Petr Bokuvka Tagged:

Some Czech MP’s are obviously out of their minds. Their current negotiations on the nature of the future anti-smoking law might have the opposite effect. Instead of forbidding, the law shall ALLOW smoking if the administrator or owner of a particular facility decides so.

Currently smoking is forbidden in state offices and institutions, offices, city halls, banks, railway stations (with some exceptions) etc.

Some provisions of the law would order that one-half of train cars be for smokers only, news server writes

A certain Czech Airlines 737 pilot was lobbying for the possibility to smoke on the job, the server also writes. “We can not go out and take a cigarette break. We normally work 12-hour shifts and abstinence can cause nervosity which might affect the afety of the flight,” he said.

You gotta be fucking kidding me. If you need a drug, i.e. cigarette to do your job right, you should be a construction worker or you can clean dog poop in the streets…


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