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Dec 13 02 4:45 PM
Thank you for your web page. I am 24 years old and I have been smoking since I was 17. The price for a pack of smokes is
around 5 bucks, they just raised the prices about .60 last month. I was looking on the internet searching for a place to buy cigarettes online when someone
posted your site in a discussion group. I honestly thought this was a place to buy cigarettes, that's why I clicked on the link. Since that day I
haven't took 1 puff. All I needed was an eye opener and some tactics for quitting, exactly what your web page has. In fact the first week when i quit was
pretty tough, so i printed out portions of your articles and taped it to my dash bored in my car.
I just wanted to let you know your web page is awesome and saved my health and lots of money. Keep up the good
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I put the comment below up a few days ago. Today a new member had a friend who made the comment of why not use a patch or the gum to quit smoking. Pretty
much covering the same issue of do whatever it takes to quit smoking. I thought it was worth repeating the comment below addressing this comment.
I saw where one member wrote to another member that he or she should do what ever it takes to quit smoking. The example specifically given was drink water
or eat ice cream. I have to say, if someone plans on going the ice cream route they had better be ready to go buy a whole slew of complete wardrobes, of ever
increasing sizes. If your crutch for smoking thoughts are going to be any high caloric food weight gain of massive amounts should be expected.
As far as using whatever it takes, I guess that can be translated to taking any food, any drug, legal or illegal to quit smoking or any activity, no matter
how ludicrous or dangerous that activity may be. Does the comment smoke crack cocaine, or shoot up heroin, or drink lethal dosages of arsenic make any sense to
anyone as practical advice to quit smoking? If not, the comment of do whatever it takes loses any real concept of credibility.
The comment needs to be do what it takes to quit smoking. What it takes is simply sticking to your commitment to never take another puff!
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