Boy, white, I must have really touched a nerve with you. What do you care at all where I choose to eat or why I choose to eat there? Is my opinion about the absurdity of Schiavo's statement any less valid than yours?
white_rabbit wrote:Who? What restaurants in Fitchburg voluntarily ban smoking? McDonald's and Popeye's don't count.
Who? Byrd's, for one. Pancake Cafe, for two. Fitch's, for three, before they closed. There are other, smaller restaurants as well -- not fast food, but I don't think they serve alcohol, so I'm sure you don't count them either.
As for the Schiavo's, I don't recall them ever being a loud voice against the smoking ban.
No, they weren't! Which is why I'm shocked and saddened to read the passive aggressive comment about being out from under the ban in the article. What a stupid thing to say to a reporter about your new restaurant opening up in a town that's trying to figure out its own smoking ban. Guess they'll have to open up another cafÃƒÂ© in Oregon, next, for the twelve diners who are still heading south looking for a place they can toke and choke all at once.
As for you're[sic] inability to comprehend the English language, well, there are classes for that.
Perhaps my comprehension has something to do with your (possesive form, not a contraction for "you are") spelling? There are classes for that too.
In all seriousness, though, tell me what I didn't understand in your previous post. I had trouble wading through the whole "thos non-voluntarily smoke free" line. That would indicate someone who is involuntarily smoke-free, which would be Madison, not Fitchburg, but I'm guessing that's not what you meant.