I'm extremely happy today as you may've gathered from that last post. Now I'm frustrated about something, STILL HAPPY because I'm alive to be able to speak on it, but it's such an unfair law I thought I'd throw it out there. Get your catcher's mitt on:
In Belmont, California it is now illegal to smoke in your own home. Remember the 60's, "Big Brother Is Watching You"? Little did we realize how much, eh? Now, exactly how is this law to be enforced? I know, the politicos will say "We're confident the average citizen is law-abiding" or some such crapola. Come on, this is another one of our civil rights being stolen. Yes, we have a right to be unhealthy if we chose to. Silly, yes, but you just can't legislate common sense.
Any thoughts? Oh yes, and I'm STILL HAPPY!!! Come on, life, give me your best shot!