Alright, I need your opinion on this:
We live on the second floor of a non-smoking apartment building. The neighbors to our right are smokers (gag me). They love to enjoy their cancer-causing addiction out on their balcony, which is totally legit. You just can't smoke inside the apartments. Now, here's the problem. All summer it has been hotter than two boxers in a sock, so we have had to have the air on. Now that is so Fally and nice out, I like to have them open (and have fountain ear). That's my prerogative. What I do not enjoy is the smoke billowing into my apartment, into my nose, causing me headaches and, worst of all, getting into MY BABY!
We are both within our rights to do what we wish. But, how do I combat this problem? Do I have to shut my windows and run the air because of this? Isn't it also my right to breathe non-cancerous air? Isn't it my right to protect my child? What would you do? Let me know in the comment section below.
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