In reply to:
they can hardly leave me alone while blowing smoke into the air i have to breath and to smell.
Once again, it's all about YOUR personal comfort, isn't it? I've never blown smoke in anybody's face, and unless someone is deliberately trying to bother you, they have their right to smoke around you. It's part of life, deal with it, or walk away when you hear the lighter.
In reply to:
recently a lot of people around me quitted smoking - they felt better, looked better
I'm sure they do, smoking's bad for your health, I said that. What I resent is the fact that smokers are not allowed to simply be, that so many non-smokers feel it's their responsibility to enforce their opinions on others simply because THEY don't approve of it.
As for being well balanced, in my personal experience, I've been to a few smoking and non-smoking break rooms in my time, and have always found the smokers to be friendly and talkative with each other, while non-smoking break rooms tend to be much bigger and much, much quieter.
My favorite smoking story involves legendary sportscaster Howard Cosell. He was smoking one of his trademark cigars in an elevator. A woman said "Sir, kindly put that repulsive thing out." Cosell simply looked down and said "Madam, I am Howard Cosell and you are nothing" and continued to smoke.