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July 29, 2005


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Since I wrote my article first, you agreed with me. :)

I love it when people agree with me.


Making smoking a more-distasteful behavior than it already is is the only fair and honest way to stop it. The smoker’s surcharge is another step on that road.

It's a great way to quit smoking. Start calculating your total expenses and it will scare the hell out of you. And it's always inspiring to see the support for people who wants to quit smoking whether it is due to financial reasons. I have been an ex-smoker myself for 15 years. That is why I know exactly how it feels and also how to deal with the withdrawal symptoms and the psychological aspect of it.

I now publish a newsletter to help people quit smoking with ease without the discomfort of cravings.

It is at:

Feel free to subscribe to it,

All the best to attaining a smoke-free life!

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