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October 12, 2009


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John B

Since it was his truck and he was the only driver, the "workplace" rule shouldn't apply. However, smoking behind the wheel requires about as much dexterity as using a cell phone. The difference is that smoking for lifelong smokers is almost subliminal and would not distract from driving. Talking on a phone, however, takes a lot of attention away from the primary task, driving. With the low standard required to obtain a driver's license in Ontario, there are way too many people on the road who can't afford to be distracted.


"I think maybe someone had a bit too much time on their hands, and is in need of a little perspective."

Yet again Jim, I can't do anything but agree with you 200% on this one.

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