These days, smoking in public has been much curtailed. Most bars and restaurants in Australia won't allow it anymore. If you are a smoker, you have to go to a designated area outside the premises. Also, smoking near public buildings, such as libraries, churches, etc. is prohibited, and you can get fined for it. I am really grateful for these rules and regulations, as I don't like to be exposed to cigarette smoke. But, obviously it can't always be avoided. So, on occasion, I have found myself in situations where I couldn't get away from cigarette smoke. If it's in an open space, I don't care so much, as I can walk away from it, but if it's in an enclosed area, I usually ask the smoking person to please be considerate. At times I have had to face really strong, aggressive reactions from smokers who feel that it's their birthright to smoke whenever and wherever they want. How do you feel about uncooperative smokers?