Seriously. If you are allergic to that stuff then it is a living He** to be around it. It causes a lot more problems than a running nose. It is like sniffing Glue. Headaches,Loss of concentration, and general sense of stupor, are some of the symptoms. And If you can’t get away from it then it kills you immune system so that you get colds constantly. I personally went through this at a job. I could follow someones trail through a building just by following the sent. Many of these people dump an entire bottle of cologne on them every day. You people who think this should be a protected right to force people to breath that stuff are ignorant. A little might be OK. But the whole room should not smell for an hour after you leave.
I used to say that I was going to get some skunk scent and put it on for the day. I bet you same people would be complaining up a storm. You would demand that such a fellow employee clean it off or be fired. Hypocrites.
I agree. People can do whatever they want on their own property and slather themselves with anything they can tolerate, but once out in public place we're obliged to show some sense of decorum. Smelling like a tear-gas factory, a rabbit cage or turd is nobody's right as long as they have the power to control themselves.
I got to thinking though-- I wonder if someone with such a heart condition or severe allergies could sue the maker of the offending product?
“You people who think this should be a protected right to force people to breath that stuff are ignorant.”
Ah the old “right to breathe” argument, which is no different than saying that your employer MUST provide contracaption to you. Liberalism is as liberalism does.
Instead of being pro-active and taking action to find a more suitable employer, or to really take a risk and become an employer yourself, you prefer to make a proclamation that their rights as property owners be nullified for your “right to scent free air.”
I fear for our Republic, but it is not a new fear.