9 comments on “Horseshoe Casino in Downtown Cincinnati Will Try to Not Treat Smokers like Second Class Citizens

  1. Gambling, drinking and smoking are great American pastimes that go hand-in-hand-in-hand. My father owned a bar during the late 40s to the late 50s, and just about every guy who came in was a smoker, so you can imagine the hazy late nights. But they placed many bets with him and drank a lot. The casinos are never going to cut off their noses (smoking) to spite their faces (profits). They are in business, just like my Dad, who was neither a gambler, smoker or heavy drinker. But he did buy a new Buick, paying in cash, almost every year.

  2. It will be interesting to see how this thing does with so many people out of work. I’m going to agree with Gus and just stay home and save my money.

  3. I’m amazed at how many posts you can write about smoking and defending it. You’re kidding yourself and those around you with your smoke. Don’t go to the ballpark. We don’t want you there.

  4. In the world I live in, I find that most smokers, realizing they are indeed treated like second class citizens, are respectful of their limitations when it comes to where they can smoke. Clearly being respectful hasn’t always paid off. I love the Reds but I’m with you on this no smoking anywhere stuff. My family of four could spend well over 100 bucks at Great American Ballpark but that’s not going to happen. If they don’t respect me, then I don’t respect them. They won’t get any of my money either. They’re shooting themselves in the foot. Sounds like Horseshoe has a little more common sense.

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