"I don't have asthma, and yet I can't spend much time inside a smoky bar. I have to get some fresh air. Personally, I wouldn't work in a smoky bar ...
Tell me, how do you do in "fresh" air filled with pollen?
Here, in Floriduh, the trees are pollinating to the degree my vehicle is yellow over the maroon paint job, and I washed it two days ago.
How does your genetics deal with pollen in the "fresh" air?
posted on 02/10/2008 6:18:47 AM PST
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The difference is that you have a choice to be in an environment filled with cigarette smoke, and don’t often have a choice to be in a pollen filled environment.
posted on 02/10/2008 6:32:01 AM PST
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There are a couple of pollens that get to me, I'm not sure which ones they are, but they come in Spring and Fall.
Most pollens such as the infamous yellow pine don't bother me at all. They just turn my truck yellow.
I just don't like being in cigarette smoke. I don't want to breathe it and I don't want it on my clothes. But I would never deprive smokers of their rights.
posted on 02/10/2008 8:19:58 AM PST
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