Re: [FSP] Digest Number 1169 -- celebrities
- I can appreciate Job's position on smoking. Before laws about
smoking in the workplace, I seldom ran into smoke, as I don't
frequent Bars , nor, the breakroom at my local supermarket.
Now whenever I go to a store of office building, I have to walk thru
a Gamut of smokers!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Philip L. Welch"
> >> I thought exercise of private property rights were a reasonabletolerance.
> >> solution to anti-smoking laws...
> > Hence my distinction between government and private affairs. The
> > action still speaks volumes about his personal levels of
> I will say that Steve Jobs is a highly perfectionistic person.
> Anything within his control that he believes he can improve, he
> That would probably make him a very bad person to elect topolitical
> office, but it makes him very effective in his field.make
> I rather admire Jobs, but I'll concede that it's likely he would
> a very poor president. Even more importantly, I'm convinced hecares
> enough about the work he's doing now that he doesn't even want tothe
> leave it and run for office. Two years is a pretty long time in
> technology business, and that's about as long as a properlymanaged
> campaign takes. Six years (the four-year term on top of that) isan
> That said, I see little reason to be tolerant and permissive of
> smoking as a property owner (or legal agent thereof). I'd prefer
> be in a workplace that was free of it.
> Philip L. Welch