Agreed. Although I'd like the option for free-to-smoke bars and restaurants. I don't like it when they take that freedom away. Then it's not freedom anymore. Exactly how much air do you need? Many amusement parks don't even allow e-smoking in open air, it's just never enough for the non-smokers. Is it really the physical discomfort, or is it just the very idea that someone would have the nerve to light a cigarette? And if a non-smoker buys an e-cigarette and gets addicted to nicotine then that's his or her own responsibility. To smoke or vape is the obvious intention when you buy that stuff. It's not like someone would accidentally buy that thing and then accidentally use it and then accidentally become addicted.