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Jan 6th 2009 6:43AM Yeah, but as an ex-cop you would've seen more drunk drivers than lung cancer cases brought up by second hand smoking. I, for one, believe both needed more regulation, more things to prevent drunk driving, and more strict laws on where you can smoke. Smoking in public poisons the lungs of those around you, and while not killing in the short term the way a drunk driving accident will, it can kill in the long term. Frankly, both are equally dangerous and need just as much regulation, though it's not deadly to drink an alcoholic beverage or two with your friends as long as you don't overdo it, it is deadly to get behind the wheel after "one too many."