Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Two walls, a roof and the new anti-smoking law

The new anti-tobacco law made some attempts at closing the obvious loophole: it’s pretty hard for bars to change to “private smoking clubs” (they have to have a membership list and be run for non-profit).

Coming from a background of weaseling my way around rules I don’t like, there seems to be an obvious flaw in the definition of “open”: a building with no more than two walls and a ceiling. The obvious question is if the building is shaped like a cylinder, does that count as only one wall?

I wonder if people will be able to smoke here

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