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To: yonif
My personal experience has always caused me to believe Marlboro was the most addictive cigarette on the market.

The several times I've done the cold turkey with 'em........had me doubled over from the cravings.

Oh well, it's not like I didn't know cigarettes were addictive when I started......

3 posted on 07/27/2003 12:22:04 PM PDT by Mariner
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To: Mariner
Oh well, it's not like I didn't know cigarettes were addictive when I started......

You realize you just gave up a milion bucks by stating that, don't you.

I for one am one of the apparently unique individuals who has one cigarette per most evenings after dinner. I used that to give up my Beech Nut chewing tobacco habit.

The greatest cigarettes in the world, by the way, are Silk Cuts. I'll be bringing a few cartons back to Oklahoma when I return from Switzlerand on friday.

I like Dunhill menthols, too.

5 posted on 07/27/2003 12:28:31 PM PDT by Rodney King (No, we can't all just get along.)
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To: Mariner
My personal experience has always caused me to believe Marlboro was the most addictive cigarette on the market.

Me too. I switched brands when I found out about all the additives they were putting in there (saltpeter?!?!?!). I switched to Winston because of their 100% tobacco,"No Bull" marketing thing. From the artcle, I see that they are fairly high on the freebase factor! Maybe I need to go to camels.

I smoke lights and ultra-lights, with a mind to get the chemical addiction as low as possible before I drop 'em again. Last time, "anger management" was a big problem.

Not inhaling the first three or four puffs on any cig might be another good addiction minimizing trick, based on what the article said.

11 posted on 07/27/2003 1:08:10 PM PDT by Yeti
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