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2009
Chocolate is not green?

A mouse owns your house?

The dog just crapped under the table?

The sun does not go down but....

Condensed soup comes out of a mama bird?

Some people have smoke filters instead of tonsils are are immune to bum cancer?

Add one of your own?
Cook your bacon and drain (It doesn't have to be pretty)
Leave a slight amount of the bacon browns and grease on the bottom of the pan.
Add 4 Cups water and bring to a boil
Add 4 cups instant rice turn off heat and cover until rice will fluff with a fork

Get it Fluffy People

Break 8-12 eggs over the fluffy rice and stir in (No shells less u like em)
Stir to cook eggs with rice and add as much of the cooked bacon as you want

Serve and let each person salt and pepper to taste.

Mellow on your tum, easy on your bum, I wouldn't add rum



WE ARE IN FOR SUCH A TREAT!!!
It isn't like losing a friend.

It's throwing away our crutch



you aren't quit either are you.

Looks like it didn't stick

So I think you ought to get off your high horse and get real
10. I Hate Every Bone In Her Body But Mine.

9. I Ain't Never Gone To Bed With an Ugly Woman But I Woke Up With a Few.

8. If The Phone Don't Ring, You'll Know It's Me.

7. I've Missed You, But My Aim's Improvin'.

6. Wouldn't Take Her To A Dogfight 'Cause She Might Win.

5. I'm So Miserable Without You It's Like You're Still Here.

4. My Wife Ran Off With My Best Friend And I Miss Him.

3. She Took My Ring and Gave Me the Finger.

2. She's Lookin' Better with Every Beer.

And the Number One Country & Western song is...


1. It's Hard To Kiss The Lips At Night That Chewed My Ass All Day.




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(The Procrastination Method)
Is this true?

I hate this crap.

Has nothing to do with quitting smoking, In fact, I don't even think this guy is quitting.

Raymond Clark, Cease and desist before I get an attorney on your spamming ass
Just Sayin"

You can do it and not fall on your Eeeeeeeass
Moi
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The whole lesson that needs to be learned in life is simple:

To accept the emptiness.

At the very core of life, emptiness is what IS.

Emptiness is at the center of all human experience.

We smoke and drink and spend money we don't have and pine for things and people and days gone by and worship our idols to escape from it, but it's always there.

Emptiness.

Nothing left to do or say. "What now?" we ask. "How do I replace what's lost?" we wonder.

We quit smoking because it was killing us but we hate the empty feeling we have without it.

We leave abusive people and return to them, or someone like them, for the same reason.

We don't like prisons such as depression, guilt, our addiction to nicotine, alcohol, sex or our low self esteem but it's the only reality we know.

To deal with emptiness is to confront our demons and see them for what they really are. Nothing at all!

Emptiness is just the flow of life and reality as it really is.

Times change. Relationships end. Jobs are lost. Loved ones die. Old lifestyles change. Our children grow up. Addictions are broken.

We move on. We have to.

To not accept the emptiness is to stagnate. To look back is to turn to salt like Lot's wife.

The lesson to learn is to "Let it Be" as the Beatles said. To let go does indeed cause grief and suffering.

We cry for awhile and time passes and things improve. We look back after a few years at what's lost, and though we still feel a pang of grief, we see that we did manage to move on despite ourselves.

Life is dynamic! Like a river it constantly moves on. We can sit at the river's edge and watch it flow while we cry, or get a canoe and jump in it for the ride.

Imagine what all you'll see on the journey! "What's next?" we ask now with eager anticipation...

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Since "nonchalant" comes ultimately from Latin words meaning "not" and "be warm," it's no surprise that the word is all about keeping one's cool. The French word "nonchalant," which we borrowed around 1734, has essentially the same meaning as our English word and was derived in Old French from a verb, "nonchaloir," which meant "to disregard." "Nonchaloir" in turn combines the negative "non-" with "chaloir," which means "to concern" and comes from the Latin "calēre" ("to be warm"). "Unconcerned" is one synonym of "nonchalant," along with "casual," "complacent," and "insouciant."

You can "keep your cool" and quit smoking but you have to decide to quit and believe in your deepest
place you can succeed.

This takes a bit of understanding of what drives you to smoke.
Most of us say stress.
Stress is not going to go away but knowing that a cigarette doesn't solve anything is a good start.

Get to know yourself without the smokescreen.

It might feel difficult some days but you will gain some wonderful insights and a great empowering when you realize it doesn't control you any more. (And you will begin to understand that soon enough)


dale

Happy Velentines Day

Happy VD
LOL
and very possibly some parts of yourself hidden

"Throw back the lid of the old leather trunk, brush all the cobwebs away

Until you do you can never be true to the person you never met

Take all the pain that would drive you insane, the bad memories festering there,

Tie it all up with the strength of your will, Carry it all down the stairs"


I see plenty of anger on this site, and some rage too.


We all carry the dark and the light.

Smoking won't change that one way or the other.

Accept the rage for what it is Like you saw smoking for what it is. amd start mellowing out that part of you.

These are huge things we find out about us when we quit but, not insurmountable.

Its a process

Keep The Faith

dale
A simple genetic defect could explain why not all people who smoke become addicted to cigarettes.
According to a paper published in Nature, the same defect could also act as a protection against smoking-related cancers.

A team from the University of Toronto studied variations in the gene for an enzyme called CYP2A6. The body uses this particular enzyme in the liver to break down nicotine, the addictive component of cigarettes.

They found that people with a common defect in the gene could only metabolise nicotine very slowly. This meant they were less likely to develop an addiction, and if they did smoke, they smoked fewer cigarettes than people without the fault.

Kicking the habit

The researchers said the discovery opened the way for completely new treatments for nicotine addiction. It was possible a pill or patch that blocked the enzyme could be developed to help people kick the smoking habit.



Dr Rachel Tyndale: New drug therapy could be just a few years away
"This is the first gene that has clearly been identified that affects the development of the regular smoking pattern," Dr Rachel Tyndale, an assistant professor in the University's department of pharmacology, said.

"We're interested therapeutically because we believe we can imitate the genetic defect and use this as a (drug) therapy."

She said it was also possible that smokers who carry the defective gene could be protected against lung cancer, since they would be less efficient at producing the carcinogens that come from tobacco smoke.

Genetic protection

The Toronto team first discovered the role of CYP2A6 in the metabolism of nicotine last year. There are three types of CYP2A6 genes: one normal and two defective. Everyone has two of the genes, one inherited from each parent.



The team first discovered the role of CYP2A6 last year
One percent of the population carry two deficient CYP2A6 genes, which gives them the most protection from tobacco. People who have one functioning and one faulty gene also have the defect.

Rachel Tyndale and her colleagues, Edward Sellers and Michael Pianezza, studied 184 people who had never smoked and 244 people who were addicted. Among the smokers, the researchers found those with the faulty gene smoked an average of 129 cigarettes a week, compared to 159 a week for people without the defect.

Dr Tyndale said a drug therapy could be just a few years away. "Even just having one half of the impairment can make a big difference in terms of whether people are likely to become smokers. If we can imitate that, or imitate the people who have no nicotine metabolism, we feel that this would be a really strong therapeutic approach."

The study was funded in part by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Rock bottom is only as low as you will let yourself slip.

Think positive, Hang Tight,

Don't Slip
Did You Ever Wonder?

A Story Of The Cilia And The Commode


As your quit progresses all that crap you inhaled into your lungs begins to remove itself.

Yes, some of us hack and cough but the real work takes place at night while we sleep.

There are these little hair like goodies that wave like a sea anemone in the ocean currents.

They become unparalyzed about 30 days after we quit smoking and begin to do their job again.

So they are waving and carrying the tar out of your lungs up to your throat and into your stomach and then

"You Know Where"




Valuable Info:
You might need some ass-e-tone to clean off the seat.

Just sayin'
That Empty Feeling
The whole lesson that needs to be learned in life is simple:

To accept the emptiness.

At the very core of life, emptiness is what IS.

Emptiness is at the center of all human experience.

We smoke and drink and spend money we don't have and pine for things and people and days gone by and worship our idols to escape from it, but it's always there.

Emptiness.

Nothing left to do or say. "What now?" we ask. "How do I replace what's lost?" we wonder.

We quit smoking because it was killing us but we hate the empty feeling we have without it.

We leave abusive people and return to them, or someone like them, for the same reason.

We don't like prisons such as depression, guilt, our addiction to nicotine, alcohol, sex or our low self esteem but it's the only reality we know.

To deal with emptiness is to confront our demons and see them for what they really are. Nothing at all!

Emptiness is just the flow of life and reality as it really is.

Times change. Relationships end. Jobs are lost. Loved ones die. Old lifestyles change. Our children grow up. Addictions are broken.

We move on. We have to.

To not accept the emptiness is to stagnate. To look back is to turn to salt like Lot's wife.

The lesson to learn is to "Let it Be" as the Beatles said. To let go does indeed cause grief and suffering.

We cry for awhile and time passes and things improve. We look back after a few years at what's lost, and though we still feel a pang of grief, we see that we did manage to move on despite ourselves.

Life is dynamic! Like a river it constantly moves on. We can sit at the river's edge and watch it flow while we cry, or get a canoe and jump in it for the ride.

Imagine what all you'll see on the journey! "What's next?" we ask now with eager anticipation...


author unknown
If this is your third try with Chantrix (or whatever) and it hasn't worked for you, maybe you need to say, this doesn't work for me, Maybe I ought to try something else or think about quitting in a new light?

No drug makes you quit.
Quitting smoking makes you quit.

Learn that. That's the lesson here.

There is only one way to quit, no way around.it

Only Through It Will Do It

dale





I love to go awandering

Along the mountain track

And when I go, I love to sing

My knapsack on my back



Valderee, valderah,

Valderee, valderah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha,

Valderee, valderah,

My knapsack on my back



I love to wander by the stream

That dances in the sun

So joyously, it calls to me

Come join my happy song



Valderee, valderah,

Valderee, valderah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha,

Valderee, valderah,

Come join my happy song



Overhead, the skylarks wing

They never rest at home

But just like me, they love to sing

As o'er the world we roam


Valderee, valderah,

Valderee, valderah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha,

Valderee, valderah,

As o'er the world we roam


A New Keyboard Is In Order.
Fax a letter to the people in charge and tell them whose ever bright idea to have the coupons expire a month after they were issued ought to BE the public toilet. Now the program's out of money and a lot of people have a matching set of worthless plastic cards.

I guess we'll need to bail that program out next.

Pure stupidity.

On an analog note:

Here is a pre digital changeover pic of the channel 11 position in the los angeles area





Dale

Don't smoke you Analog!


NOBODY SMOKE!! THE DAY IS ALMOST OVER!

Go to the park or have a superbowl

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