I've noticed recently from Airports to Amusement Parks that there seem to be, at many locations, entities that pronounce themselves to be "Smoke Free"... except in designated areas.
Intercom announcements, posted signs and posters, and Magic Mountain even has all the employees wearing buttons that make this announcement:
"Magic Mountain is a SMOKE FREE park! Smoke only in designated areas."
LAX even has a sign that says that LAX is a Smoke Free airport only feet from another sign directing you to the smoking area.
Anyone but me see a problem with this language?
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