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Crap. Okay, I'll check it when I get back to the office. Not sure I can adjust the permission settings.

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The following was copied from  one of our great quit supporters, STS.

 

Please don't hesitate to get in touch with any quitter on here to help you out. Wheather it's posting or quitting, we will do what we can.

 

Welcome Quitters! I am glad to stay quit with you today.   What has been working for me to post roll is:  1. Do NOT click on the "quote button"  2. Highlight the entire last post starting with " If you quit between 08/22/2017 - 09/21/2017 this is your quit group.." all the way through the last person to post under supporters.  3. Either right click on the highlighted area and click "copy" or press the "Ctrl" key and the letter "C" at the same time.  4. At the bottom of the page (below the fat blue bar with page numbers on it and below the very last post) is a blank box for a new post (says "reply to this topic").   Place cursor in this box and right click "paste" or "ctrl" and "V" at the same time.  5. Go to the middle of your post where it says "quitters" add your name, quit days and comments then click "submit reply". 

 

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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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On 9/19/2017 at 2:13 PM, Ohioman1972 said:

After LONG delay, the Café is open for all to post. Sorry about the mix-up and may God have mercy on my soul...

Be careful opening up the Cafe. No telling who might wander in. B) 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. :P

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On 9/21/2017 at 10:14 AM, Killerattorney said:

Be careful opening up the Cafe. No telling who might wander in. B) 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. :P

Speaking of which, the riff raff as entered the building.  Pinkie out or not, OHman fixed this thing now and even non-admin riff raff's like Moi can use this again.  Schweet!! :D

I for one am thankful today for Sir Fancy OHman! :thanks:

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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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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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I'll second that salute by Aug24. Thank you to all the veterans for their service to our country.

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On ‎10‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 10:58 AM, macabs1 said:

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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Well that stunk!  I just typed a great be essay that keyed off of macabs1 post, got to the very end and hit the return key one last time and it blew everything away!  I have now idea where my written masterpiece went.  I'm pissed off now!

 

Anyway, if I can quit, so can anyone.

3boysdad - 1,040

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Good morning.  If you're stopping by and lurking about, leave a post and we'll get back to you!

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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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On 11/17/2017 at 11:17 AM, 3boysdad said:

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

Went to a great cause, they were running low on Maroon.

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Good morning!  Today is a good day to quit the spit!  Come on in and sit a spell, have a look around, ask questions.  We're here to help.

3BD - 1047

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Good morning!  I bet you didn't know this, and it's a little known fact, (how's that for some clever redundancy?) but Thanksgiving Day holidays is one of the best times of the year to quit tobacco.  Don't believe me?  Give it a try and see for yourself!  Don't be a chicken... er, ah, turkey I mean... you can do it!

 

3BD - 1048 and feelin' great!

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