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    Four years today, ladies and gents. I remember it better than I remember my birthday. Happy December! mongrel - 1,461
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    Aug24 - 208 days - A salute and a thank you to every serviceman and servicewoman on Quitsmokeless.org, for keeping us safe both home and abroad! Also a shout out of thanks and appreciation to every first responder at home!
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    5400+ days quit. 15 years into a quit that I never thought would ever begin. QuitSmokeless.org saved mine and many other lives. Simple: you quit, you post, you succeed. That was my path. Not everyone follows that same path, that is why I keep coming back here. Success is possible and the first step is putting down the can. I found this site 2 days after i put the can down. Sweat was running down my forehead and I was ready to cave. I typed into Yahoo, "help quitting smokeless tobacco" and my cry for help was answered with Matt Van Wycks website and life saving buoy. To those out there struggling, trying to quit....i was in your shoes..as difficult as it may seem, it is simple in execution: Dont dip. Wake up. Dont dip. Repeat for 5400 days. Good luck fellow quitters!
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    Rage Room is back open. Enter at your own risk as this is not a safe space.
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    MILES AGAINST DIP May 24 - July 26: 288.25 MAD ...........................9,412.75 MAD total Today's Footwear: Lone Peaks Weight: hovering around 180 (gaining back lost weight from training) 2017 race schedule: 01.14.17: Resolution Trail Run 4 hours: Complete: 6+ loops (16.25 miles) 01.28.17: Michigan Adventure Race: Complete: 21 checkpoint and 6 challenges (02:57:00 / 5 miles) 04.08.17: Forget The PR 50K, Volunteers Run: Complete: 08:00:00 09.23.17: Mountain Lakes 100: Ahoy mates! I have finally found a window of opportunity to post up in here. I assure you my absence has not been intentional. My 60+ hour work weeks ended at the beginning of July. The last few months we have been fixing up our house to put on the market. It has really consumed a lot of my life. We got a full price offer from the first people to look at it. After the inspection and re-negotiation then we might be moving in the month of August which should be my heaviest training month. I have only had two training weeks of 50+ miles and it's making me really nervous for my 100 mile race in Oregon in Sept. I have never been this undertrained going into a 100 miler. On vacation with my family in the smoky mountains this week and decided to try and catch up on some stuff including posting in here. This group means a lot to me and I feel like I have been ignoring it along with a lot of other aspects of my life. I do not like being this busy. I will be excited in the fall when everything slows down a bit. Hope everyone is doing well. Mohican 100 Race Report
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    I am going on my 9th month of having put down the can. I was a Cope / Grizzly Snuff guy for over 20 years. I have seen several posts (Pre Sign-up) knocking down the herbal dips. I would have to disagree with those who say they don't help. They may not have helped those fellas but they did help me. I am not going to push any particular brand and just needed to put that out there. For someone who is trying to quit it is worth a shot. I avoided the ones with nicotine because that was also part of quitting for me. Getting out from underneath the addiction to nicotine for me was huge! I used no nicotine gum or patch, just hard candy, regular chewing gum, and the "Fake Dip" to get through the struggles of missing a dip in my lip. I still keep a can of the "Fake Dip" around for those stressful times at work or other times. It helps fight that urge to go get a can of Cope. I hope this helps someone.
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    I’m a quitter! I hate dip and what it’s done to me, my life, relationships, and mental health. I’m very open to anyone who is serious about quitting and will chat/talk/text with others who feel strong about quit or those that feel they doubt their decision to quit. If you don’t have my number already and think talking to another (XdipshitZ, supporter, or even another quit group) who is in the same quit boat could be a wild card play on a cave...then message me. Remember, we’re here for a better life...but the road can be bumpy at times. Lets just quit this shit...for the last time!!! - FoodBuzz
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    Team name suggestion "XDipShitz"
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    In answer to FoodBuzz's question on quit drivers - Lots of things I guess, but I am DONE with giving tobacco total control of my life. Like: Was first thought of every morning, analyzing how much is remaining in the can so I was sure I had enough to get through the next day, late night trips to the convenience store, hiding dipping and gutting it all day every day at work, chewing while working out and running, dipping through church, etc. Done with that feeling of weakness and all the other bad health related problems that come with it. We may still have the craves, but if we can beat them on day 1, 2, or 3, we can damn sure beat them now. STAY STRONG AND STAY QUIT!
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    On the road, no family or friends to hide dip from; instead saw co-workers putting in a chew. Very odd to see as they are people who regularly work with high profile executives heading companies we see in our fridges/cupboards, clothes we wear, and equipment we all use daily. Dip doesn’t discriminate social class or even gender. I choose not to chew. I hope you do too. I chose to post here rather than buy a can and fill my lip when apparently it’s okay in my work environment. Happy quitting. Call/text me if you want. If you don’t have my number message; me I’m open. I quit with those who want to quit. It’s our decision!!!
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    I’m Tiger, a proud member of the May 2013 Straight Bad Ass Quitters(SBAQ). I’m a Scorpio, I like long walks on the beach, staring into my lover’s eyes, and dominating the nic bitch ona daily basis for the last few days. Metal, anyone?
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    I'm STS (See the Spector). "The Spector" is actually Dr. Coleman J. Spector oral surgeon. If you don't have an oral surgeon yet then lucky you, you quit before you needed one. Trust me, if dip long enough, you will eventually have an oral surgeon on speed dial. Done with dip after being a 15+ hours a day dipper for more years than I want to discuss. I am part of the March 2017 quit group - Angry Quitters. And fuck yes I was an angry quitter. I was angry with myself for being a pussy for so long and being a slave to a can of ground up leaves. And I was angry, short-tempered, and irritable as hell as my brain tried to readjust to life without tobacco. We have quite a bit of metal music and angry rants in the March 2017 "Rage Room". Feel free to drop by and listen, read and post. Enjoy this one about something we all know - - - Breaking The Habit
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    January 4, 2018 Past day 11 without dip and back to the grind of NDT. Morning runs are a great way to start the day off without focusing on my addiction. Today's MAD: 3.5 Total MAD: 6.5
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    Day 6 has passed albeit it felt as challenging as day 1. Thankful for the forum to assist in keeping me accountable.
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    If you quit between 12/21/2017 - 01/19/2018 this is your quit group. To join this group all you have to do is quit dipping and post Roll Call How to Post Roll Call Get the Contract to Give Up Print it out and carry it in your wallet Click Here for a room to exchange phone numbers. Accountability is key! Wednesday, December 27, 2017 Quitters - sign here: Supporters: RWM -295- No more excuses. I was dipping from the time I awoke until I went to sleep. I was a complete slave to dip. My dip usage was disintegrating my gums and lip, and was causing issues with my vascular system, and yet I rationalized that I needed the stuff in order to function as a normal, productive human being. Couldn't go to school without it, couldn't work without it, couldn't stand to do any chores without it, couldn't drive without it, couldn't have a shit-mouthed conversation without it, couldn't be alone without it. I was more afraid of quitting than anything else in the world. Thought the floor would drop out under me. Every once in a while I would have slim moments are clarity. There were things that scared me more. Those moments of clarity would become hazy and drift away and I could get back to dipping full throttle without fear. I had to grab hold of one of those moments of clarity and keep it in a bottle. That's what I do every day now. I couldn't do that when I was actively dipping. Dipping is a clarity suppression machine. Quitting brings the truth front and center every day. No dip today.
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    I haven't been to this site in quite a few years and things have changed. As I recall, The Cafe used to be where most of the activity occurred, but that doesn't seem to be the case now. Anyway, tonight I realized that I have gone more than 10 years without taking a dip. My 10th anniversary was actually on September 30th, but since taking a dip never enters my mind, the 10th anniversary came and went without me noticing and a couple more months went by before I realized it. So I just want to say to everyone, you can do this. Your life will be better without it. Your health will be better without it. Your finances will be better without it. Today may be your first day, but tomorrow will be your second. The days will add up and before you know it, 10 years will have gone by. Keep fighting. The victory is worth it.
  17. 2 points
    1043 days quit x $4.50/can per every other day (divided by 2) = $2,346.75 plus, 1043/30 days per month x $80/month health insurance savings for being a non tobacco user = $2,781.33 for a grand total of $5,128.08 saved!!! (Actually Texas A&M gobbled that right up!) 3boysdad, aka 3BD - 1043
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    A cowboy appeared before St. Peter at the Pearly Gates. Have you ever done anything of particular merit?', St. Peter asked. 'Well, I can think of one thing,' the cowboy offered.. 'On a trip to the Black Hills out in South Dakota, I came upon a gang of bikers who were threatening a young woman. I directed them to leave her alone, but they wouldn't listen. So, I approached the largest and most tattooed biker and smacked him in the face, kicked his bike over, ripped out his nose ring, and threw it on the ground. I yelled, 'Now, back off or I'll kick the crap out of all of you!' St. Peter was impressed, 'When did this happen?' 'Couple of minutes ago.'
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    My rant of the day. By its very nature (and the nature of being a slave to addiction) dip made us all very selfish guys when we were using. Sure we could have been kind or generous or thoughtful back then, but that was ONLY AFTER we had satisfied our number one priority - getting our fix of the poison beast. We thought it was a good life back then, but in reality it was a shitty, selfish, wimpy way to live. A grown fucking man being made a neutered little lap dog by a tiny can of addictive poison. Well. I say FUCK THAT. Dip can go straight to hell. I am going to give my devotion to my family, my friends, my job, and my hobbies, and NOT to an expensive can of ground up leaves. How's that?
  20. 2 points
    Move it man, I’m good with that. Been reading the rage room by Spector and it’s been hugely helpful
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    I would run on feel for a while but when you start getting longer distances in, I would run based on your heart rate. Keep it in the range of 180 minus your age. The should help build a great base.
  22. 2 points
    MILES AGAINST DIP Oct. 14 - Oct. 29, 2017: 28.50 MAD ...........................9,876.00 MAD total Footwear: Lone Peaks Weight: hovering around 180 2017 race schedule: 01.14.17: Resolution Trail Run 4 hours: Complete: 6+ loops (16.25 miles) 01.28.17: Michigan Adventure Race: Complete: 21 checkpoint and 6 challenges (02:57:00 / 5 miles) 04.08.17: Forget The PR 50K, Volunteers Run: Complete: 08:00:00 09.23.17: Mountain Lakes 100: Dropped out at mile 71. 11.04.17: Fall Fat Ass 25K: I have been taking it easy since Mountain Lakes. Only doing 4 or 5 mile road runs about 2 or 3 times a week. I had a CT scan last week and it came back negative which is a good thing. Now I am scheduling an anal probe (better know as a colonoscopy) to check out the linings of my intestines and colon. Pretty nervous about it but I have had digestive issues for 7 years, so I guess it's good to get it looked at. Anyway, I have been sleeping in on weekends. Usually after drinking and it has not been the best sleep. Friday night my brother in law whose house we live in had some guys over and they were partying, I declined and did not drink. I got a message from some Toledo ultra friends saying they were heading up this way to run on Saturday. I got excited because I needed some motivation to get my ass out to the trails. I was going to show them the trails I run on at Pontiac Lake, my most frequented training grounds. We met up and it was a cool crisp fall Saturday morning, nothing better. Temps were about mid 30s and a long sleeve T with a short sleeve T along with shorts was just enough clothes. I would of been sweating if I had worn the fleece that I almost started in. During cold weather you know it's too much if your comfortable before the run starts. So off we went and I did 11 miles with them. They really like the trails and we had a blast. It was extremely rejuvenating to get out on the trails. Doing it with friends is even better. I had so much fun and it put me in a great mood. I got showered up, had some coffee, hit up the local Mediterranean gas station restaurant (Voted Americas 13th best gas station restaurant!) for a few falafal wraps and then road tripped down to the small town I am from in Ohio to watch my Buckeyes take on Penn St. at the only bar in town. The game did not disappoint!! I think my life expectancy might of taken a hit. What a comeback!! Very exciting. Drank a few to many Strohs during the game and crashed at my parents house. A pretty nice Saturday. The same friends that came up here to run are the ones who host the Fall Fat Ass 25K and 50K that I go to every year at Oak Openings Park which is about 15 minutes from my parents house. That event is next weekend and I am pretty sure I am going to road trip down there to run the 25K. Pretty excited to get back into trail running. I really do love it. Hope ya'll are doing well. Cheers! Mohican 100 Race Report
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    October 4, 2016 Today's MAD: 18.2 total Swimming MAD total: 5, just a 1/2 mile swim. Trying to build back up to a mile. Total Running MAD: 5059.7 miles since 1/2/2010 Weight: 206 - Hovering Ran 9 with a friend early Saturday with 2 miles on the trail and he loved it. We saw more deer while running on that trail than I've seen from the deer blind all year. March 4 - Anthem 4.7K - 25:53 March 18 - Rodes 10K - 57:52 April 1 - Papa John's 10 Miler - 1:44:05 October 21 - EKU Homecoming 5K November 12 - ???? Louisville Half-Marathon - if I feel up to it.
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    Be careful opening up the Cafe. No telling who might wander in. Let's just hope no rioters bust the windows out. And look at you being all fancy with the little line over the e in Cafe, Ohioman. I bet you hold your pinkie finger out when you sip your cup of tea, too.
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    After LONG delay, the Café is open for all to post. Sorry about the mix-up and may God have mercy on my soul...
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    September 14, 2016 Today's MAD: 12.8 total Swimming MAD total: 4.5 Total Running MAD: 5012.1 miles since 1/2/2010 Weight: 206 - Change after going off the meds. A trail run and a great 6.3 run with my workout buddy, Batman. He is a 72 year old super hero. He is boosting his mileage to so he can run on a charity bid at the Boston Marathon. His dream is to run it with his son, who is a 4 time Boston finisher. Batman ran a marathon 30 years ago, so it isn't totally new to him. At 72, he pushes me everyday at every workout. I'm stronger than him with the weights but he can stretch my limits on body weight exercises. How many people do you know that can do 30 pull-ups? March 4 - Anthem 4.7K - 25:53 March 18 - Rodes 10K - 57:52 April 1 - Papa John's 10 Miler - 1:44:05 October 21 - EKU Homecoming 5K November 12 - ???? Louisville Half-Marathon - if I feel up to it.
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    Current weight : 210 Miles since last post MAD : 2.1 + 2.1 + 2.1 + 2.1 + 2.1 + 2.1 + 2.1 Rebooted MAD: 19.7 Total MAD: 1819.0 since 12/12/13 Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I got out on a wildfire detail in SE Oregon for two weeks. I managed to get a little bit of running in while I was out there. Races this year: Run through History 10K - 1:00:21
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    You brofo's are speaking my language. All of that up there that y'all just wrote? Feels...right in the feels. You guys get it. There's not a damn thing wrong with admitting you miss certain things about dipping. Hell, if we are honest, all of us do. That's the great thing about this site. It's a place to commiserate with other sick bastards about this shitty addiction. Rock on brofo's.
  30. 2 points
    Buddy you making coming on this site fun everyday. Love your sense of humor. Sometimes I think you are my brother from another mother. There is no doubt that we fucked our brains up pretty bad by dipping for so long. Nicotine is probably the most physically addictive substance on earth mg per mg. I don't know we will ever fell 100% "normal" again, but I am hoping to get to at least 95% "normal" (whatever the hell that is) someday. I strongly suspect that it is going to take years. We will get there ODAAT. Not sure if this is how you feel, but I have just come to the conclusion that I am a tobacco addict, and that once I start with any tobacco I will be back to a 1/5 of a can of Wolf in my mouth for 15 hours a day within a month. We are different in which is more difficult for us - the oral fixation or the nicotine. For me, I still haven't broken the oral fixation (have a TeaZa in my mouth as I type this). I don't know if I am going to be like Kojak and have to have a lollypop some other pacifier forever, but as long as it is not dip I am OK with it. Yes on occasion I think of the feel that nicotine had on my body. I love your description of a neck massage. I especially miss the focusing of the brain on a certain task that nic always brought me. I guess I am getting some of that from the Wellbutrin I am taking. I was over 100 days quit and I still felt like a puzzle with at least one missing piece. Still trying to figure out if long term withdraw from nic lead to this feeling of something huge missing from my brain (and the necessity for meds for a while) or was there something missing all along and that I should have been on a med ages ago, but I chose to self medicate with nicotine. Buddy I had a dip dream last night (no lie). In the dream, I loaded up the lip. It did not take long for me to feel really bad about it. Don't want to go back to being a dipper. It may be blasphemy to say on this site, but there are some things I miss about dipping. However, now that I see life from the other side, I far prefer to be a non-dipper. There is no middle ground for this addict. I wish there was, but I cannot be an occasional dipper, hell I am never gonna smoke a cigar again. I really appreciate you sharing. I always got your back. NDT!
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    after a few hundred days i've noticed that cravings are different. i was just looking back at early posts and remembering how hard i fiended just to have a wad in my lip, the physical feeling of having my lip bulged out was so hard to get over. i was sitting in my living room last night and started to really want a dip, i had a can of the hooch herbal snuff i ordered a month back or so with a pinch or two left so i grabbed one up, but i was totally unsatisfied. i no longer need the physical feeling of that plug in my mouth. now, when i crave dip, what i crave is the feeling of the nicotine taking effect; those big, soft, warm, fuzzy & comforting hands pressing down on the back of my neck and giving off that special kind of numbness that washes everything away. being goofy and light-hearted is one way i deal with serious things (i'm also not a very serious person), and it's worked pretty well with quitting chew so far. but i realize that i did this for over 14 years, and the consequenses from it are really saddening and i have to step back and take to look at it from a different angle sometimes. we're all sensitive people, so much to give (Marvin Gaye), and it's great that we can stick together, even if it is through cyberspace, to help pick each other up when reality gets tough. you're all very much appreciated, let's keep it quit fellas!
  32. 2 points
    got r kelly in a mask on my mind recently, don't ask questions
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    1st Quit Div. Muster Sheet: RWM -171- I still believe. Front Line Support: Benpitt - 346: i believe i can fly STS 268: Do you believe in life after love?
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    Use this space to introduce yourself, chat about quit techniques, rage about craves, and talk about life in general. I'll get it started. Was a chewer and dipper for over 35 years. Total addict. Last seven or so years I had a fifth of a can of Timber Wolf in my mouth for 15 hours a day every day. I dipped everywhere and felt I could not enjoy anything in life if I was not dipping. That was my pathetic addicted thinking and I could not have been more wrong. Dip makes nothing better. It's just a wad of poison in your mouth. How on earth could I have thought that that would make anything better or more enjoyable. Quitting has been the hardest thing I have ever done, and has also been the best thing that I have ever done. I am free from the slavery to that expensive can of carcinogens one day at a time.
  35. 2 points
    this one just popped into my head, what better place to share it than the rage room!
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    Welcome brother. First off, my condolences for your family on your wife's diagnosis. Welcome to the suck called quitting. Yes, it sucks. So does being a slave to a can of death. You don't have to be beholden to that crap any more. It's your choice. No one will ever force that crap in your mouth. When I quit, I was using two cans a day as a ninja dipper(hid it from my wife). If I can do it, anyone can. Seriously. Post up in the November 2017 group and pitch a tent. Hang out. The site is a bit of a mess right now, but we are working on it.
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    i went to dinner with my lady, and the close talker from Seinfeld was at the table next to us. what was he doing in durango? I do enjoy the Judge
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    Glad you found us, Patricks! How about, throw out that crap and just quit now?
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    last night i had a dream that i took a dip to show somebody who was going to quit how to take a dip; this seems like it wouldn't help come on benpitt you know better than this
  40. 2 points
    All Aboard the DipSkipper Ship with your Captain BenPitt, the Dip Skipper' This is 7/28 Roll Call Quitters: Benpitt - 318: can you feel the quit tonight? STS - 240: Quittin saved my life tonight - sugar bear. Dip really had its hooks in me. It really had me roped and tied. Slave to it - hypnotized. But then sweet freedom whispered in my ear. You're a stronger guy. And stronger guys don't need to die. So dip go away, far away, Bye Bye.
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    This is 7/25 Roll Call Benpitt - 315: I'm quitting with this guy today cause he's a badass, now who can tell me who it is? RWM -140- ? I like the scarf. Not Errol Flynn bflem-650- got nothin. on another note an old college buddy told me i need some magic herb to open my mind up in order to pass an upcoming professional exam. benpitt......you been talkin to my buddy? ha Benpitt - 315: will your professional exam be taken on a nintendo? if so, herb up my son! *last chance to guess the mystery man before i reveal his glory* RWM -140- why would he be a badass? It's not like he warded off a Martian attack or anything. STS: 237: My chances of dipping today are SLIM. Have to keep my WHITs about me MAN.
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    July 18, 2016 Today's MAD: 8 total Swimming MAD total: 4 Total Running MAD: 4923.3 miles since 1/2/2010 Weight: 210+ - a couple of short runs. It's gonna get hot around here this week, so I don't think I'll be choosing to go outside to run. March 4 - Anthem 4.7K - 25:53 March 18 - Rodes 10K - 57:52 April 1 - Papa John's 10 Miler - 1:44:05 October 21 - EKU Homecoming 5K
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    Current weight : 210 Miles since last post MAD :No clue Total MAD: 1799.3 since 12/12/13 I've been running two to three days a week. Mainly....just getting miles in when time allows. It's hot and humid and I'm walking a bunch at work. Time to pick a winter race to train for.....now to do a full or a half..... Races this year: Mississippi Blues Half Marathon - cancelled 2017 Run through History 10K - 1:00:21
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    July 11, 2016 Today's MAD: 32 total Swimming MAD total: 4 Total Running MAD: 4915.3 miles since 1/2/2010 Weight: 210+ - not putting in too many miles but very active doing other stuff this summer. Golfing and swimming. Spending more and more time messing around with Outdoor Target Archery with my daughter. Hope to get back into more substantial mileage soon. March 4 - Anthem 4.7K - 25:53 March 18 - Rodes 10K - 57:52 April 1 - Papa John's 10 Miler - 1:44:05 October 21 - EKU Homecoming 5K
  45. 2 points
    If you quit between 06/22/2017 - 07/22/2017 this is your quit group. To join this group all you have to do is quit dipping and post Roll Call How to Post Roll Call Get the Contract to Give Up Print it out and carry it in your wallet Click Here for a room to exchange phone numbers. Accountability is key! Wednesday July 5, 2017 Quitters - sign here: Supporters: RWM -120- It is possible to quit one day at a time! I didn't believe it was possible 121 days ago. CraigMac6- Day 703- Amen RWM, Amen. I never ever thought I would see 700 days quit but it is possible. Simply because my will to stay quit was greater than me wanting to dip. I simply said enough is enough. I'm grateful for that decision but I know things do not just end after so many days. This fight is a day by day fight to remain quit but after a while it becomes manageable. There are days that I do not think of dip at all. Then there are days where I think of dip often but I usually chuckle to myself knowing I have put to much into my quit to go back to the dark side. Give quitting a chance, I know you will enjoy being quit more than you enjoy being a user. Because after all, if being a user was so great, why would anyone quit to begin with? Post up and make a change in your life. Enjoy the freedom that could be yours without the can. NDT!
  46. 2 points
    I have always equated dipping to that mofo'in crazy ass girlfriend that we all had back in the day. Several years after breaking up with her bat shit crazy ass, you are chillin' at the mall with your boys, when all of sudden, crazy bitch saunters by. She waves and says hi to you. You are thinking...."damn! She's lookin FINE!" So, later on after a beer or two while listening to Tears for Fears, you call her up on the rotary dial with the long ass cord so you can have some privacy. The chat is short and sweet...she seems normal. You make plans to meet her in the food court at Orange Julius the next day. You get up, shower, put on your acid washed jeans and put a fine tight roll on that shit. Donning your best Motley Crue shirt, you skate off for the mall. Walking through the food court, you can see the halo of her Aqua Netted hair glowing in the food court light. You order some food for you both. You sit, and begin to chat. Warm feelings start to bubble up. After 10 minutes or so, you kinda forget that this bitch slashed your mom's tires a year ago after she saw you passing notes with the brunette in algebra class. Nevermind you were just answering a homework question for her....anyway, I digress. All you remember is how she rocked your world behind the Baskin Robbins 31 flavors. Then...it happens. You avert your attention for just a second, because you thought you saw Axl Rose at the Corn Dog 7...and she snaps. "Oh hell NO! Were you lookin' at THAT BITCH!" she screams.....annnnnnnd it's right back to reality. Bitch is toxic crazzzeeeee. Then all the memories come flooding back. The holes she kicked in your walls, the hundreds of notes left at your bedroom window....the facial smudge marks on your window pane....the uncomfortable stare downs at school....you get my drift. Always remember, you broke up with that crazy bitch for a reason. She crazy bad for you.
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    All Aboard the DipSkipper Ship with your Captain BenPitt, the Dip Skipper' This is 6/29 Roll Call Quitters: Benpitt - 289: thou shalt not put turds in your mouth RWM 114 thou shalt not covet thouest nic bitch STS - 211: thou shall remember throat-punch Thursday and keep it holy bflem-624- thou shalt support quit bros.period.even is site is difficult to nav now. skipper light the quit beacon!
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    Thursday, June 22, 2017 Quitters - sign here: JuGray- 23 - another great day to not have a chew. NDT! Kougar 7 - NDT for today! I'm all for the nasty names, as they make me laugh. But I just had this vision slap me upside the head... How about taking the 24 Hour fitness logo, and tweaking it so it says "24 Hour QuitNess Group"... Anytime, Anywhere, we're just workin' on our quitness. I know its corny, but fitness people make a habit of showing up everyday, and so should we. I teach, record, and perform music on a daily basis... and having "Dirty Sanchez" pop up on my phone wouldn't be something I want their parents to see by accident hahahaa. 24-HOUR QUITNESS Supporters: RWM -107- Quitting with you guys today. Don't forget to offer up group names or we'll choose for you. Pretty Pretty Ponies is always popular and Cleveland Steam Rollers is still available. Benpitt - 282: how about the chili rainbows or the dirty sanchez's? if not, there is always the pink socks and the cincinatti bowties. whatever does it for you, as long as we don't dip today bflem-617- don't forget to throat punch your local NB in celebration of throat punch Thursday.... NDT! STS; - 204: Looking forward to hearing whatever name you guys decide. NDT! See what ya think. Delete it if ya hate it.
  49. 2 points
    1st QUIT DIVISION Hall of Flame Induction Month June 20, 2017 1st Quit Div. Muster Sheet : RWM -105- I've been in a bit of a funk lately. Not like I'm on the cusp or anything, but what the fuck is going on around here? It's bullshit that so many of us are alone in our groups. Don't get me wrong- I appreciate the support, but the group dynamic part of quitting is important. Also, fuck those who can't support the newest groups. I'm preaching to the choir here because those who read this aren't part of the problem. It's like the site is designed on a paradigm that has become obsolete--either technology-wise or perhaps social degradation,or both. Or maybe we've reached peak dip quitting and are not now barely managing to attract the stragglers (many of whom have been here before). I'm worried. I need this site, but it seems to be in its death throes. NDT! Front Line Support: Benpitt - 280: i feel what you're saying, oh sweet shoutbox how i miss thee STS - 202: I hear ya RWM I like the kind gentle nature of this site and the people here. The two other quit sites kinda turned me off. Even though Kill The Can was founded by members from this site, it seems they attract far more new member. There is almost always people in their live chat room, which is nice. However, there always seems to be quite a bit of drama associated with the whole site. This is the site I want and need to go the distance. I guess we have to be part of that solution. NDT!
  50. 2 points
    I'm working on a new set of instructions. It's not too much unlike the old version, just gotta find the right cutoff point. It's also a bit more cumbersome on mobile. In the meantime, if you want to play with it, the "source" button will take you to the code version of your roll call post.