Smokers the butt of unfair prejudice
Re: ‘What’s the real cost of lighting up?’ (Metro, July 8)
I am a 70-year-old smoker, and my smoking never cost my work or insurance a penny.
I’m still working full time and see a lot of people wasting more time talking to each other than smoking.
I still get the best productivity reviews. Instead of going after smokers, they should go after drinkers that miss more days of work than smokers and also cost a lot of grief to their families and to the insurance companies.
Smokers never hurt anyone.
Silvia Torre, via email