Stop doing 'No. 3' in public
Tuesday evening, the City Council passed an ordinance further restricting smoking in multi-unit housing. For those who have thought of quitting smoking, this might be a good time to quit. All over the country, people are discovering the following:
Smoking is "No. 3."
When we expel dangerous bodily waste products, we do it in a private ventilated room away from others.
But common courtesy alone won't guarantee that. To protect the public from annoyance, irritation and the spread of disease, our governments have had to pass laws that prohibit people from doing "No. 1" and "No. 2" in public.