Hockney, smoke and stupidity
There are three letters in today’s Guardian attacking David Hockney, pop artist nowadays noted for his campaign against smoking bans in public places where people have to work. The letters are in response to a letter in Saturday’s paper.
I have to say I’ve no sympathy for Hockney whatsoever - there is absolutely nothing worse, as a non-smoker, than sitting (and, as is usually the case, eating) in a place which is full of other people’s smoke. As for freedom, I thought freedom was meant to finish where it began harming others?
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