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May 14, 2007


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Not to mention that you stand a better chance of making it to 40 and beyond.

I wish my father-in-law would heed this advice, but he isn't at all interested in quitting. He was even bribed to quit, with hundreds of thousands of dollars from his wealthy mother--it is pretty sad.

I thought about picking up smoking, in order to "quit" after getting offered $100,000. But that is just wrong!!!

i've never understood the addiction to cigarette smoking BUT i can't talk because I'm addicted to chocolate. *sigh*

Most smokers would never consider taking such drugs but the fact that they are smoking creates a situation where the addictive nature of nicotine can create many different health conditions and the smoker has extreme difficulty stopping even when the health problems become life threatening

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