During my first year at MU, my consciousness of secondhand smoke has increased significantly. My seemingly arbitrary walk to class has become a battlefield: Me Vs. “the Marlboro Men.” Yesterday, as I walked to class behind two of my enemies smoking, I fought with all my strength to combat their chemical warfare. I held my breath, walked slower and even tried to pass my enemies, but all of this was to no avail. I was forced to breathe the air poisoned with their weapon of mass destruction.
LETTER: Nonsmokers unite in war on secondhand smoke
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