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  1. #1
    Cheryl Guest

    Default Quit Smoking update

    The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    taking.

  2. #2
    sf Guest

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    On 12 Nov 2010 05:38:19 GMT, Cheryl <[email protected]> wrote:

    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.


    Any port in a storm/whatever works for you... you know all the catch
    phrases, but most importantly, congratulations! I've read that
    kicking nicotine is harder than kicking heroin, so *good job*! Look
    around for that cigarette ticker you can use in your sig where it adds
    up the days, the cigarettes and how much money you've saved. Are you
    putting your cigarette money away so you can buy yourself something
    nice with it?

    --

    Never trust a dog to watch your food.

  3. #3
    BlueBrooke Guest

    Default Re: Quit Smoking update

    On 12 Nov 2010 05:38:19 GMT, Cheryl <[email protected]> wrote:

    >The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    >and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    >few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    >give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    >cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    >I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    >in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    >combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    >taking.


    It's probably because they really do taste horrid after you haven't
    had one for even a couple of hours. We tend to forget how hard it was
    to *start* smoking in the first place.

    You might want to pick up "The Easy Way To Stop Smoking" by Allen
    Carr. It's a pretty good book and really helpful. It's not full of
    scare stories -- we already know those don't work -- but points that
    make a lot of sense. It helped me quit, and relatively painlessly.

    One of the things that make it so difficult to quit is that we've been
    repeatedly told it's so difficult to quit. Once you understand that
    smoking is a bad habit, just like a lot of other bad habits, it's much
    easier to give up the cigs.

    Good luck to you.

  4. #4
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Cheryl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.


    Good!

    For the most part I gave up coffee after I quit smoking. For many years my
    friends and I would go out for coffee in the evening and I would smoke. So
    the two seem to go together.

    I never buy coffee any more. Once in a while I will have a cup at a
    relative's house. My husband's relatives drink a lot of coffee. But I am
    far more likely to have tea because there is no such association in my mind.
    Most of my husband's relatives do smoke as well.



  5. #5
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Quit Smoking update


    "BlueBrooke" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On 12 Nov 2010 05:38:19 GMT, Cheryl <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    >>and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    >>few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    >>give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    >>cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    >>I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    >>in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    >>combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    >>taking.

    >
    > It's probably because they really do taste horrid after you haven't
    > had one for even a couple of hours. We tend to forget how hard it was
    > to *start* smoking in the first place.
    >
    > You might want to pick up "The Easy Way To Stop Smoking" by Allen
    > Carr. It's a pretty good book and really helpful. It's not full of
    > scare stories -- we already know those don't work -- but points that
    > make a lot of sense. It helped me quit, and relatively painlessly.
    >
    > One of the things that make it so difficult to quit is that we've been
    > repeatedly told it's so difficult to quit. Once you understand that
    > smoking is a bad habit, just like a lot of other bad habits, it's much
    > easier to give up the cigs.
    >
    > Good luck to you.


    Smoking was actually easy for me. As a baby and toddler, I was fascinated
    with cigarettes and I burned my hand a great many times from grabbing the
    lit end. My dad and plenty of my relatives smoked. My parents have
    pictures of me playing with packs of cigarettes.

    When I learned to draw, I would always draw women in long dresses and high
    heels. They always had a cigarette in a long holder in one hand and a
    cocktail in the other. That was my goal for when I grew up. To go to fancy
    cocktail parties, smoke and drink martinis.

    I never really developed the taste for alcohol. But the smoking? Took
    right to it. I must have been a smoker in a former life or something.

    I also never went to a formal cocktail party. I did go to plenty of parties
    and even had quite a few. But never dressed up for them. The closet thing
    I can think of was a military event that required formal dress. There was a
    limited amount of liquor there and there was dinner. But not my idea of a
    good time.



  6. #6
    Orpheus99 Guest

    Default Re: Quit Smoking update

    On 11/12/2010 2:49 PM, sf wrote:
    I've read that
    > kicking nicotine is harder than kicking heroin, so *good job*!


    A very good job! And it's not the nicotine that is so difficult to quit
    (although that's what causes the physical difficulties during the first
    two weeks,) but it's the 'habit' of smoking that most people find so
    hard to deal with. You are finished with nicotine withdrawal in about
    7-10 days. Often it takes a lifetime to deal with the habit.

    Look
    > around for that cigarette ticker you can use in your sig where it adds
    > up the days, the cigarettes and how much money you've saved.


    That is a very, very good idea, even if you never post the data. It
    serves as personal 'biofeedback' reinforcing your resolve not to smoke
    as you watch the numbers grow. You can find the quite meter
    http://www.silkquit.org/stop-smoking/quit-meter.aspx
    I'd also recommend visiting Alt.support.stop-smoking and introducing
    yourself. There are a whole lot of good people who are either going
    through exactly what you are right now, or have already been there and
    done that! You can find a lot of helpful hints about what makes for a
    successful quit, as well as learning why so many of us have failed in
    the past when trying to quit.

    To tell the truth, I miss a lot about smoking. But there is a whole lot
    more that I don't miss about it!

    Twelve years, two months, three weeks, one day, 11 hours, 54 minutes.
    133994 cigarettes not smoked, saving $46,898.21. Time used for a better
    purpose: 1 year, 14 weeks, 3 days, 6 hours, 10 minutes.


    "Harry my friend, where ever you are, I promise I won't post it again."


    --
    Orpheus99

    "A painter paints pictures on canvas. Musicians paint their pictures on
    silence." ~Leopold Stokowski

  7. #7
    Sky Guest

    Default Re: Quit Smoking update

    On 11/11/2010 11:38 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.


    Fantastic!!! Keep up the progress & congrats! Dunno if this suggestion
    might work or help - perhaps try some of the those cinnamon Altoids
    instead of the cigarette - Altoids are great! They taste better, too ;>

    Sky

    --

    Ultra Ultimate Kitchen Rule - Use the Timer!
    Ultimate Kitchen Rule -- Cook's Choice!!

  8. #8
    Bryan Guest

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    On Nov 12, 2:57*am, Orpheus99 <Orpheu...@music.com> wrote:
    > On 11/12/2010 2:49 PM, sf wrote:
    > * *I've read that
    >
    > > kicking nicotine is harder than kicking heroin, so *good job*!

    >
    > A very good job! And it's not the nicotine that is so difficult to quit
    > (although that's what causes the physical difficulties during the first
    > two weeks,) but it's the 'habit' of smoking that most people find so
    > hard to deal with. You are finished with nicotine withdrawal in about
    > 7-10 days. Often it takes a lifetime to deal with the habit.
    >

    Just because you are over the obvious physical withdrawal after a
    couple of weeks doesn't mean that your brain isn't still craving
    nicotine for many years. Nicotine addiction restructures the brain to
    crave nicotine. It's not just "the habit."

    > --
    > Orpheus99


    --Bryan

  9. #9
    Bryan Guest

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    On Nov 12, 12:14*am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > "Cheryl" <jlhsha...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]..
    >
    > > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. *I am not a detoxing mess
    > > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. *For a
    > > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > > give that up now. *I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. *Today was a breakthrough.
    > > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > > taking.

    >
    > Good!
    >
    > For the most part I gave up coffee after I quit smoking. *For many years my
    > friends and I would go out for coffee in the evening and I would smoke. *So
    > the two seem to go together.
    >
    > I never buy coffee any more. *Once in a while I will have a cup at a
    > relative's house. *My husband's relatives drink a lot of coffee. *ButI am
    > far more likely to have tea because there is no such association in my mind.
    > Most of my husband's relatives do smoke as well.


    The coffee thing was the hardest for me too. After meals was pretty
    bad too. I still use nicotine gum sometimes in conjunction with
    alcohol, and I haven't smoked in ten years, and smoked very little for
    the five before that.

    --Bryan

  10. #10
    Bryan Guest

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    On Nov 12, 3:12*am, Sky <skyho...@NOsbcglobal.SnPeAtM> wrote:
    > On 11/11/2010 11:38 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    >
    > > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. *I am not a detoxing mess
    > > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. *For a
    > > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > > give that up now. *I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. *Today was a breakthrough.
    > > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > > taking.

    >
    > Fantastic!!! Keep up the progress & congrats! *Dunno if this suggestion
    > might work or help - perhaps try some of the those cinnamon Altoids
    > instead of the cigarette - Altoids are great! *They taste better, too ;>


    They do taste better, but the e cigarette delivers nicotine. Cheryl,
    keep using that e cigarette as long as you need to. Don't touch
    actual tobacco ever again. Good luck.
    >
    > Sky
    >

    --Bryan

  11. #11
    Cam Guest

    Default Re: Quit Smoking update

    On Nov 12, 12:38*am, Cheryl <jlhsha...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. *I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. *For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. *I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day.


    Well then, you haven't quit. Good luck when you do. Only quitting is
    quitting.

    >*Today was a breakthrough. *
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.



  12. #12
    ravenlynne Guest

    Default Re: Quit Smoking update

    On 11/12/2010 12:38 AM, Cheryl wrote:
    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.


    good job!!

    --
    Currently reading: the thirteenth tale by Diane Setterfield

  13. #13
    Janet Wilder Guest

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    On 11/11/2010 11:38 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.



    Good Job, Cheryl!

    Not only will you save money giving up smoking, you just might be saving
    your life.

    I had oral cancer from smoking and lost the left half of my tongue. I
    will never be the same due to the ever-lasting side effects of
    radiation, but I shudder to think how much worse it could have been if I
    hadn't quit smoking 6 years before discovering the cancer.

    I have 8 more months before reaching the 5 year mark where I can be
    declared "cured" but I will never taste chocolate again and never
    appreciate baked goods, ice cream or sweets.

    --
    Janet Wilder
    Way-the-heck-south Texas
    Spelling doesn't count. Cooking does.

  14. #14
    Andy Guest

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    Janet Wilder <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On 11/11/2010 11:38 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    >> The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    >> and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    >> few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    >> give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    >> cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    >> I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    >> in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    >> combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    >> taking.

    >
    >
    > Good Job, Cheryl!
    >
    > Not only will you save money giving up smoking, you just might be

    saving
    > your life.
    >
    > I had oral cancer from smoking and lost the left half of my tongue. I
    > will never be the same due to the ever-lasting side effects of
    > radiation, but I shudder to think how much worse it could have been if

    I
    > hadn't quit smoking 6 years before discovering the cancer.
    >
    > I have 8 more months before reaching the 5 year mark where I can be
    > declared "cured" but I will never taste chocolate again and never
    > appreciate baked goods, ice cream or sweets.



    Janet,

    That's horrible news to share!

    Good on your success.

    I hope that doesn't happen to me. I know I'm still suspect.

    Best,

    <smootch & hugs & congrats for "beating the system!">

    You know what I mean!

    Best,

    Andy

  15. #15
    Bryan Guest

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    On Nov 12, 8:36*am, Janet Wilder <kelliepoo...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On 11/11/2010 11:38 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    >
    > > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. *I am not a detoxing mess
    > > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. *For a
    > > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > > give that up now. *I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. *Today was a breakthrough.
    > > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > > taking.

    >
    > Good Job, Cheryl!
    >
    > Not only will you save money giving up smoking, you just might be saving
    > your life.
    >
    > I had oral cancer from smoking and lost the left half of my tongue. I
    > will never be the same due to the ever-lasting side effects of
    > radiation, but I shudder to think how much worse it could have been if I
    > hadn't quit smoking 6 years before discovering the cancer.


    Wow. I am so sorry to hear that.
    >
    > I have 8 more months before reaching the 5 year mark where I can be
    > declared "cured" but I will never taste chocolate again and never
    > appreciate baked goods, ice cream or sweets.


    They had to remove the nerves for both sides, or the radiation
    destroyed them?
    Sharing that might help Cheryl or someone else give it up.
    >
    > --
    > Janet Wilder


    --Bryan

  16. #16
    tutall Guest

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    On Nov 12, 4:42*am, Cam <cam.b...@beer.com> wrote:
    > On Nov 12, 12:38*am, Cheryl <jlhsha...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. *I am not a detoxing mess
    > > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. *For a
    > > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > > give that up now. *I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day.

    >
    > Well then, you haven't quit. Good luck when you do. Only quitting is
    > quitting.
    >


    With you here Cam. e-cigs, cigarillos, pipes, chaw, snuff, all
    crutches to fool yourself with. I'd reccomend Cheryl try the patch
    now, and get a couple of bags of hard candies for the mouth habit.

    Dale
    3 years cold turkey, and still have the occasional urge.


  17. #17
    Bryan Guest

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    On Nov 12, 9:27*am, tutall <tut...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > On Nov 12, 4:42*am, Cam <cam.b...@beer.com> wrote:
    >
    > > On Nov 12, 12:38*am, Cheryl <jlhsha...@hotmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. *I am not a detoxing mess
    > > > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. *For a
    > > > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > > > give that up now. *I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > > > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day.

    >
    > > Well then, you haven't quit. Good luck when you do. Only quitting is
    > > quitting.

    >
    > With you here Cam. e-cigs, cigarillos, pipes, chaw, snuff, all
    > crutches to fool yourself with. *I'd reccomend Cheryl try the patch
    > now, and get a couple of bags of hard candies for the mouth habit.


    E cigarettes are closer to a nicotine patch than they are to tobacco.
    Whatever works to get a person off of tobacco.
    >
    > Dale
    > 3 years cold turkey, and still have the occasional urge.


    --Bryan

  18. #18
    tcroyer Guest

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    "Cheryl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.
    >


    Good progress -- keep it up.

    But, as someone in another part of the thread wrote, "You haven't quit until
    you've quit."

    Sometimes it takes a strong emotional committment to overcome the physical
    and physiological addictions.

    I was a three and half pack a day smoker when the young lady I hoped would
    be my wife asked me quit -- for her. We left for a ski weekend the next
    day. As we started out, I lit up a cigarette and handed her the rest of the
    pack. That was the last cigarette I smoked. She said "yes" to my proposal
    two weeks later and we were married six months after that. That was thirty
    one years ago.

    I've thought about this many times, but am convinced that my emotional
    committment to her (my fear that I'd disappoint her if I relapsed) was what
    got me over the hump. And I'm not sure I would have stayed off cigarettes
    without that committment (and the support from her that came with it).

    Stupidest thing I ever did was start; smartest thing was quitting.



  19. #19
    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Quit Smoking update

    On 12 Nov 2010 05:38:19 GMT, Cheryl <[email protected]> wrote:

    >The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    >and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    >few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    >give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    >cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    >I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    >in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    >combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    >taking.


    It's Wellbutrin, an Rx anti depressant... it causes a foul metalic
    taste from smoking tobacco but otherwise does nothing towards
    cessation of smoking. You'd be wise not to employ Wellbutrin for long
    term use. About 25 years ago Wellbutrin was commonly prescribed to
    help people quit smoking, it didn't work then, it won't work now.

    Cheryl, you obviously have an oral fixation... do you know where I'm
    going with this... I'll bet most of usenet knows.

  20. #20
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On 12 Nov 2010 05:38:19 GMT, Cheryl wrote:

    > The pacifier (e-cig) is working amazingly. I am not a detoxing mess
    > and I can go the whole hour commute to work without smoking. For a
    > few days I had a problem giving up the smoke in the morning but I can
    > give that up now. I have smoked each day this past week but I have
    > cut it down to anywhere from 2 to 7 a day. Today was a breakthrough.
    > I smoked one driving to work, and then lit one driving home -- none
    > in between -- and it was the most horrid taste to me. Maybe it is a
    > combination of the taste of the e-cig and/or the wellbutin I'm
    > taking.


    I had two cigarettes in 2 days. I was too lazy to go to the store,
    so I just made them last. I wasn't even trying to quit.

    Now that I routinely buy cheap cigarettes that taste like crap, I
    can survive on minimal cigarette smoking.

    Oh, in case anyone is wondering about that "K2" fake marijuana
    (sold as "incense" at all head shops), it's pretty impressive. I
    wanted to try some before they make it illegal (for no reason/bad
    reasons, most likely). This stuff must be putting a huge dent in
    illicit marijuana sales. The stuff comes with a 2000% markup -
    money that the government could be collecting. Which is the major
    reason they'll make it illegal. Not because it's bad for you or
    dangerous to others.

    There's no reason to buy/carry/use traditional marijuana while this
    stuff is legal. I'll probably have this $20 1-gram "bag" (it's a
    really nice little glassine-ziplok bag!) for another year, even
    after I gave 1/3rd of what was left away.

    Of course I did this all for YOU: the RFC'ers who have to take drug
    tests, just don't know or want to ask anybody, or are just plain
    paranoid for whatever reason. Just don't flip out and have a panic
    attack because it's stronger than that the Mexican brown crap you
    were smoking 15-20 years ago.

    -sw

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