There was a big response to our recent post about vaping in public.
As we reported, fourteen Colorado cities have already passed public vaping bans with varying restrictions, and Greenwood Village appears to be headed in that direction.
Some of our readers made a distinction between smoking and vaping, whether the substance being consumed is tobacco or marijuana, while others looked upon the habits as equally annoying in public places.
Here's an example.
Kenyon Anderson writes:
I wish smokers and vapers were more considerate of others and not so effing selfish. Just because you can enjoy it, doesn't mean everyone else enjoys it also. Vape and smoke to a thick cloud of delight in your house. In public, put it away and quit trying to prove you have balls.
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