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post #307 of 343

Problem solved.

 

post #308 of 343
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Originally Posted by TJBam View Post

I told the same exact story in this thread twice in a row but a year apart.  What the hell.  I knew the thread title looked familiar.

Don't feel like searching for the first post but I am curious, did you go pick up the driver head that went flying into the woods?

post #309 of 343
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Originally Posted by pepsiplusconker View Post
 

Is a contact high when you actually get high off the 2nd hand smoke??? Or just feel high because of those around you??

 

If it's the first, I am skeptical, no way someone gets high when they are stood outside next to people smoking.

 

Sounds like you got pished off and just folded.

All I know is that when I smell that stuff I get light headed, it's been close to 30 years since I last smoked it and all I have heard is that whats out now is way more potent than what we had. Didn't fold last time  had a sub par front, followed with 39.

post #310 of 343
This may be a stereotype and I apologize in advance but I dont wanna be around someone whos high for four hours. Can you imagine you duff a shot and someone who's high says something like "dude you tooooootally duffed that shot." If you smoke, to each his own, but I dont understand why people smoke or drink excessively on the golf course.
post #311 of 343

How many times? Never. I guess I just look like the kind of guy who would not be cool with someone firing up a joint.

 

I'm very tolerant about most everything except smoking. In your cart? Fine I guess. In mine? Not cool. Walking? Fine but do not walk where the wind drifts it toward me. Cheap cigar? No way in any situation. Good cigar? Better. Joint? Please don't in my group.

post #312 of 343
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Originally Posted by rustyredcab View Post
...I'm very tolerant about most everything except smoking. In your cart? Fine I guess. In mine? Not cool. Walking? Fine but do not walk where the wind drifts it toward me...

I take it Arnie and most of his elders and contemporaries would be shunned by your foursome?

 

The so called tolerant are in case of fact the least tolerant. Excepting, of course those behaviors that are currently politically correct. :mad:

 

EDIT - The above was in reference to tobacco. But probably applies currently as well. Why should you care if someone partakes of tobacco, alcohol, or weed if they behave appropriately on the course?

post #313 of 343
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Originally Posted by CR McDivot View Post

I take it Arnie and most of his elders and contemporaries would be shunned by your foursome?

The so called tolerant are in case of fact the least tolerant. Excepting, of course those behaviors that are currently politically correct. c4_mad.gif

EDIT - The above was in reference to tobacco. But probably applies currently as well. Why should you care if someone partakes of tobacco, alcohol, or weed if they behave appropriately on the course?

My tolerance for things you want to do ends at my nostrils.
post #314 of 343
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Originally Posted by flopster View Post
 

All I know is that when I smell that stuff I get light headed, it's been close to 30 years since I last smoked it and all I have heard is that whats out now is way more potent than what we had. Didn't fold last time  had a sub par front, followed with 39.

OK, but I am pretty sure it will not be affecting you because you smell it, it's definitely all in your head, placebo effecting yourself.

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My tolerance for things you want to do ends at my nostrils.
I'm not touching you, I'm not touching you, I'm not touching you, I'm not touching you, I'm not touching you!!
post #316 of 343
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Originally Posted by rustyredcab View Post
 

How many times? Never. I guess I just look like the kind of guy who would not be cool with someone firing up a joint.

 

I'm very tolerant about most everything except smoking. In your cart? Fine I guess. In mine? Not cool. Walking? Fine but do not walk where the wind drifts it toward me. Cheap cigar? No way in any situation. Good cigar? Better. Joint? Please don't in my group.

 

No difference in my opinion.  No such thing as a "good" cigar.  Any smoke is objectionable as it interferes with enjoying being outside in sun and clean (relatively) air.  I prefer Mother Nature's fragrances.

post #317 of 343
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My tolerance for things you want to do ends at my nostrils.

Best to keep your nose to your own business then!

 

Please feel free to be offended and isolate YOURSELF from those whom you care not to associate with.

 

Dare not to limit the freedom of those you care not for.

 

This is America, pal! :dance:

post #318 of 343
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Originally Posted by Fourputt View Post
 

 

No difference in my opinion.  No such thing as a "good" cigar.  Any smoke is objectionable as it interferes with enjoying being outside in sun and clean (relatively) air.  I prefer Mother Nature's fragrances.

Ever been to Hot Sulfur Springs, downwind of a sweated horse, an elk or skunk?

 

The natural world is full of odors, you are free to avoid or partake. But you have not the authority to tell them they are not allowed to stink!

post #319 of 343
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Originally Posted by CR McDivot View Post

Best to keep your nose to your own business then!

Please feel free to be offended and isolate YOURSELF from those whom you care not to associate with.

Dare not to limit the freedom of those you care not for.

This is America, pal! c3_clap.gif

You've got it backwards. You're infringing on my right to breathe air that hasn't been sullied by smoke.

The way I see it, that's much more important than your desire to light up wherever and whenever.
post #320 of 343
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Originally Posted by CR McDivot View Post
 
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Originally Posted by Fourputt View Post
 

 

No difference in my opinion.  No such thing as a "good" cigar.  Any smoke is objectionable as it interferes with enjoying being outside in sun and clean (relatively) air.  I prefer Mother Nature's fragrances.

Ever been to Hot Sulfur Springs, downwind of a sweated horse, an elk or skunk?

 

The natural world is full of odors, you are free to avoid or partake. But you have not the authority to tell them they are not allowed to stink!

 

Those are perfectly natural smells, rarely found on a golf course.  My sister lives in Hot Sulphur Springs, and it's beautiful up there.  Nothing objectionable about an occasional, and very rare, whiff of the hot springs (her house is only about 1/4 mile from them).  I also love Yellowstone, again because it's mother nature.  A cigar is a poisonous roll of smoldering decayed (they call it aging) leaves.  

post #321 of 343
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Originally Posted by pepsiplusconker View Post
 

OK, but I am pretty sure it will not be affecting you because you smell it, it's definitely all in your head, placebo effecting yourself.

 

So your telling me I'm not feeling what I just said I feel when I smell that stuff?..........amazing. I think some of you want to defend getting baked on the course as a right and the rest of us should just shut our mouths or noses in some cases so you can have your little party.

post #322 of 343
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


You've got it backwards. You're infringing on my right to breathe air that hasn't been sullied by smoke.

The way I see it, that's much more important than your desire to light up wherever and whenever.

Elitists, Progressives and Fascists always see THEIR rights as more important than others. And always seek to enforce THEIR will over another's liberties.

 

At the risk of repetition...

 

Please feel free to be offended and isolate YOURSELF from those whom you care not to associate with.

 

Dare not to limit the freedom of those you care not for.

This is America, pal!
c3_clap.gif

 

If you don't like smokers, use your liberty to stay away from them. Don't try to enforce your real or imagined sensibilities over the liberty of another.

post #323 of 343
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Originally Posted by CR McDivot View Post

Elitists, Progressives and Fascists always see THEIR rights as more important than others. And always seek to enforce THEIR will over another's liberties.

At the risk of repetition...

Please feel free to be offended and isolate YOURSELF from those whom you care not to associate with.

Dare not to limit the freedom of those you care not for.


This is America, pal!
c3_clap.gif

If you don't like smokers, use your liberty to stay away from them. Don't try to enforce your real or imagined sensibilities over the liberty of another.

Always fun to be called a fascist.

Do you just not see that you're doing to same exact thing, with regards to enforcing your will over that of another?

There's a simple dichotomy here: whose right is supreme? The right of the smoker to puff away whenever and wherever he pleases, or the right of everyone else to not breathe in carcinogens.

You think the former, I think the latter.

No need for name-calling. Or politics, really.
post #324 of 343

CR, if YOU want to poison yourself, YOU can isolate yourself. In fact, you're often required, under law, to do so these days.

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