Bonjour, je souhaiterais savoir si un restaurateur ou un cafetier peut interdire l'utilisation des cigarettes électroniques dans son établissement, et si oui, doit-il l'indiquer par écrit dans l'établissement?
En complément à mon article "La cigarette électronique, ou peut on s'en servir ?"
Je vous invite à lire la réponse donnée à cet internaute qui semble être lui même patron d'un restaurant ou d'un bar.
Autre information donnée par le rédacteur
You know unless we start really making an effort, the powers that be will win their war against the electronic cigarette. So the question is, how can we, the users of this device get the word out in a way that will make the populace at large understand that these are not as dangerous as some would have them believe and that PV's really do help people to get off regular cigarettes?
All these doctors claim that there has not been enough research done on the effects of vaping? I say
So I've officially quit as far as analogs go. I can already tell a bit of a difference in small things like my sinuses and sense of taste. I haven't really had an urge for an analog although I was on a first date in a crowded club having a few beers and my wingman/safety guy still smokes so I wound up taking a few drags from his throughout the night. All in all it's been a pleasant process thus far.
So this is on the ryuan to be precise. And out of New Zealand. But depending on where you get your juice I'm guessing it's one, the same or perhaps even better.
Kinda puts a stump on all the faciast Stop Smoking protestors who wouldn't like to see us all vaping alternatively to smoking. And for anyone who doesn't wish to read the whole report as I did. You may find it more factual starting at the bottom
I've been vaping since June 2009 and quit analogs in July 2009.
Hoping I make it to the one year mark.....