She's on the floor below the guy and claiming that the cigarette smokes is wafting down?
Something is unbearable here, all right.
The American Lung Association of California gets many calls from people who suffer from asthma and are fearful for their lives, said Paul Knepprath, a lobbyist for the association.
Of course they're fearful. The American Lung Association has been busily whipping them into a frenzy lo these many years. Guess it's taken.
This is entirely possible. If she is on the downwind side of a building, there will frequently be a downdraft.
I live in the Bay Area and there are places where the "prevailing wind" is from the same direction 90+ % of the time.
Smokers should have the right to smoke, but should not be the ones who determine if their smoke is bothering non-smokers. Smoking ruins the sense of smell.
When getting off an airplane after 6 or 8 hours of enforced non-smoking, I can always tell who is a smoker from the smell on their clothes. Most smokers would never believe this is possible, but it is a trivial exercise for the vast majority non-smokers.
NO! To make it easier to SUE???? Whoda thunk it?