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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #87 on: March 28, 2020, 11:53:03 AM »
De Schreds Coconut Chew Review

https://www.killthecan.org/de-schreds-coconut-chew-review/

New alternative that's made from shredded coconut. If you had KIKIT way back in the day this is pretty similar.
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9th Floor - 1.08.09 / Comma - 4.18.09 / 11th Floor - 7.27.09 / 12th Floor - 11.04.09 / 13th Floor - 2.12.10 / 14th Floor - 05.23.10 / 15th Floor - 08.31.2010 / 16th Floor - 12.9.10
17th Floor - 3.19.11 / 18th Floor - 6.27.11 / 19th Floor - 10.5.11 / 2K - 1.13.12 / 21st Floor - 4.22.12 / 22nd Floor - 7.31.12 / 23rd Floor - 11.8.12 / 24th Floor - 2.16.13 / 25th Floor - 5.27.13
26th Floor - 9.4.13 / 27th Floor - 12.12.13 / 28th Floor - 3.24.14 / 29th Floor - 7.1.14 / 3K - 10.9.14 / 31st Floor - 1.17.15 / 32nd Floor - 4.27.15 / 33rd Floor - 8.5.15 / 34th Floor - 9.13.15
35th Floor - 2.21.16 / 36th Floor - 5.31.16 / 37th Floor - 9.8.16 / 38th Floor - 12.17.16 / 39th Floor - 3.27.17 / 4K - 7.5.17 / 41st Floor - 10.13.17 / 42nd Floor - 1.21.18 / 43rd Floor - 5.1.18
44th Floor - 8.9.18 / 45th Floor - 11.17.18 / 46th Floor - 2.25.19 / 47th Floor - 6.5.19 / 48th Floor - 9.13.19
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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #86 on: March 20, 2020, 09:56:36 AM »
23 days ago I would have been stocking up to prepare for the COVID-19 quarantine, but it wouldn't have been on food or water or toilet paper. I'd have bought myself three or four rolls of Grizzly Natural, just to be sure I didn't run out. That was 23 days ago. Damn, I'm happy I quit.

Today's June 2020 Quit Group QOTD made me do a little thinking: What am I prepared for? Pretty much whatever, I think. If I can quit something that had ahold of me for 28 years, I can handle a lot of hard shit. Granted, I'm only 22 days in, but that's 22 damn days! Ha! Kiss my ass, nicotine, and kiss my ass, COVID-19.

Now, as long as Amazon doesn't stop shipping my Grinds coffee pouches, I'm gonna be okay.  ;D
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Re: COVID-19 and The Dip
« Reply #85 on: March 20, 2020, 09:47:16 AM »
23 days ago I would have been stocking up to prepare for the COVID-19 quarantine, but it wouldn't have been on food or water or toilet paper. I'd have bought myself three or four rolls of Grizzly Natural, just to be sure I didn't run out. That was 23 days ago. Damn, I'm happy I quit.

Today's June 2020 Quit Group QOTD made me do a little thinking: What am I prepared for? Pretty much whatever, I think. If I can quit something that had ahold of me for 28 years, I can handle a lot of hard shit. Granted, I'm only 22 days in, but that's 22 damn days! Ha! Kiss my ass, nicotine, and kiss my ass, COVID-19.

Now, as long as Amazon doesn't stop shipping my Grinds coffee pouches, I'm gonna be okay.  ;D
GS9502

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9th Floor - 1.08.09 / Comma - 4.18.09 / 11th Floor - 7.27.09 / 12th Floor - 11.04.09 / 13th Floor - 2.12.10 / 14th Floor - 05.23.10 / 15th Floor - 08.31.2010 / 16th Floor - 12.9.10
17th Floor - 3.19.11 / 18th Floor - 6.27.11 / 19th Floor - 10.5.11 / 2K - 1.13.12 / 21st Floor - 4.22.12 / 22nd Floor - 7.31.12 / 23rd Floor - 11.8.12 / 24th Floor - 2.16.13 / 25th Floor - 5.27.13
26th Floor - 9.4.13 / 27th Floor - 12.12.13 / 28th Floor - 3.24.14 / 29th Floor - 7.1.14 / 3K - 10.9.14 / 31st Floor - 1.17.15 / 32nd Floor - 4.27.15 / 33rd Floor - 8.5.15 / 34th Floor - 9.13.15
35th Floor - 2.21.16 / 36th Floor - 5.31.16 / 37th Floor - 9.8.16 / 38th Floor - 12.17.16 / 39th Floor - 3.27.17 / 4K - 7.5.17 / 41st Floor - 10.13.17 / 42nd Floor - 1.21.18 / 43rd Floor - 5.1.18
44th Floor - 8.9.18 / 45th Floor - 11.17.18 / 46th Floor - 2.25.19 / 47th Floor - 6.5.19 / 48th Floor - 9.13.19
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COVID-19 and The Dip
« Reply #84 on: March 20, 2020, 08:25:41 AM »
23 days ago I would have been stocking up to prepare for the COVID-19 quarantine, but it wouldn't have been on food or water or toilet paper. I'd have bought myself three or four rolls of Grizzly Natural, just to be sure I didn't run out. That was 23 days ago. Damn, I'm happy I quit.

Today's June 2020 Quit Group QOTD made me do a little thinking: What am I prepared for? Pretty much whatever, I think. If I can quit something that had ahold of me for 28 years, I can handle a lot of hard shit. Granted, I'm only 22 days in, but that's 22 damn days! Ha! Kiss my ass, nicotine, and kiss my ass, COVID-19.

Now, as long as Amazon doesn't stop shipping my Grinds coffee pouches, I'm gonna be okay.  ;D
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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #83 on: March 19, 2020, 04:24:57 PM »
How many quitters did you take to the HOF in your quit group?
July 2015 Jackals, we took 44 into HOF
31 remained after HOF
21 up to 500
12 at 1500+
Going into 5 years soon we have 4 solid every day posters (many more still quit).
I wish it was more seeing a lot of several year quitters come back at a day 1.

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54 Made HOF

26 still post EDD after 800 days
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August 16 - Trauma-tizers

87 people were members of Aug 16 at some point from when the month opened until it closed

31 made it to the HOF

12 members today as we are just about all at 1400 days

3 members posting at 100%
April 20- Cobra Kai

49 posted with us at one time or another.

3 posted 85 days today - we still have 31.

I think we will have 30 make it to HOF

We are a strong group I hope we can do as well as some of your groups. Those are some numbers to be proud of.

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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #82 on: March 19, 2020, 03:52:48 PM »
How many quitters did you take to the HOF in your quit group?
July 2015 Jackals, we took 44 into HOF
31 remained after HOF
21 up to 500
12 at 1500+
Going into 5 years soon we have 4 solid every day posters (many more still quit).
I wish it was more seeing a lot of several year quitters come back at a day 1.

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April 18

110 Total

54 Made HOF

26 still post EDD after 800 days
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August 16 - Trauma-tizers

87 people were members of Aug 16 at some point from when the month opened until it closed

31 made it to the HOF

12 members today as we are just about all at 1400 days

3 members posting at 100%

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7th Floor: 03.25.18 | 8th Floor: 07.03.18 | 9th Floor: 10.11.18 | Comma: 01.19.19 | 11th Floor: 04.29.19 | 12th Floor: 08.07.19 |
13th Floor: 11.15.19 | 14th Floor: 02.23.20

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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #81 on: March 19, 2020, 03:26:00 PM »
How many quitters did you take to the HOF in your quit group?
July 2015 Jackals, we took 44 into HOF
31 remained after HOF
21 up to 500
12 at 1500+
Going into 5 years soon we have 4 solid every day posters (many more still quit).
I wish it was more seeing a lot of several year quitters come back at a day 1.

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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #80 on: March 19, 2020, 02:35:34 PM »
How many quitters did you take to the HOF in your quit group?
July 2015 Jackals, we took 44 into HOF
31 remained after HOF
21 up to 500
12 at 1500+
Going into 5 years soon we have 4 solid every day posters (many more still quit).
I wish it was more seeing a lot of several year quitters come back at a day 1.
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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #79 on: March 16, 2020, 07:19:53 PM »
Hey everyone,

Day 2 for me is almost finished.  This isn't the first time I've tried to quit but I'm confident it will be my last. 

A little backstory, last weekend the woman I've been dating for the last 5 years decided we should break up for the time being so we can focus on ourselves - something we have not taken the time to do in years.  Long story short, I was (and still am) completely devastated and spent the first week after we broke up in my bed dipping almost 2 cans a day and drinking a bottle of whiskey (beer in the morning).  On Sunday I looked back at my week of utter sadness and realized I no longer liked or respected the person I've become and I knew I do need to do something for myself.  It was at this point I put down a list of goals - running after work, eating healthy, etc... Then I realized I needed to kill the can.  It was a sad realization at first but I know I need to do it - for myself. In a couple months this woman and I could be back together (I hope we can work it out), or not - But at least I wont be held at gunpoint by this addiction anymore.

I'm going to take this one day at a time but I know that I can succeed.  My 100th day would be June 16th 2020 - 6 days before my birthday - what a birthday present to myself.

Thanks for the support... I know I am going to need it.

Good luck, Tommy! Your KTC brothers and sisters are here to help you each step of the way. You're making great choices in looking after you for the future - the rest will follow, you can be sure of that! ;)
Good luck and stay strong, Your main focus is to stay quit one day at a time,  Trust me it does get easier

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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #78 on: March 16, 2020, 04:17:01 PM »
How many quitters did you take to the HOF in your quit group?

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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #77 on: March 15, 2020, 11:48:10 AM »
Now, more than ever, community will be important...

Uncharted Territory – Our Community is Ready
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9th Floor - 1.08.09 / Comma - 4.18.09 / 11th Floor - 7.27.09 / 12th Floor - 11.04.09 / 13th Floor - 2.12.10 / 14th Floor - 05.23.10 / 15th Floor - 08.31.2010 / 16th Floor - 12.9.10
17th Floor - 3.19.11 / 18th Floor - 6.27.11 / 19th Floor - 10.5.11 / 2K - 1.13.12 / 21st Floor - 4.22.12 / 22nd Floor - 7.31.12 / 23rd Floor - 11.8.12 / 24th Floor - 2.16.13 / 25th Floor - 5.27.13
26th Floor - 9.4.13 / 27th Floor - 12.12.13 / 28th Floor - 3.24.14 / 29th Floor - 7.1.14 / 3K - 10.9.14 / 31st Floor - 1.17.15 / 32nd Floor - 4.27.15 / 33rd Floor - 8.5.15 / 34th Floor - 9.13.15
35th Floor - 2.21.16 / 36th Floor - 5.31.16 / 37th Floor - 9.8.16 / 38th Floor - 12.17.16 / 39th Floor - 3.27.17 / 4K - 7.5.17 / 41st Floor - 10.13.17 / 42nd Floor - 1.21.18 / 43rd Floor - 5.1.18
44th Floor - 8.9.18 / 45th Floor - 11.17.18 / 46th Floor - 2.25.19 / 47th Floor - 6.5.19 / 48th Floor - 9.13.19
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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #76 on: March 12, 2020, 01:21:58 PM »
Hey everyone,

Day 2 for me is almost finished.  This isn't the first time I've tried to quit but I'm confident it will be my last. 

A little backstory, last weekend the woman I've been dating for the last 5 years decided we should break up for the time being so we can focus on ourselves - something we have not taken the time to do in years.  Long story short, I was (and still am) completely devastated and spent the first week after we broke up in my bed dipping almost 2 cans a day and drinking a bottle of whiskey (beer in the morning).  On Sunday I looked back at my week of utter sadness and realized I no longer liked or respected the person I've become and I knew I do need to do something for myself.  It was at this point I put down a list of goals - running after work, eating healthy, etc... Then I realized I needed to kill the can.  It was a sad realization at first but I know I need to do it - for myself. In a couple months this woman and I could be back together (I hope we can work it out), or not - But at least I wont be held at gunpoint by this addiction anymore.

I'm going to take this one day at a time but I know that I can succeed.  My 100th day would be June 16th 2020 - 6 days before my birthday - what a birthday present to myself.

Thanks for the support... I know I am going to need it.

Good luck, Tommy! Your KTC brothers and sisters are here to help you each step of the way. You're making great choices in looking after you for the future - the rest will follow, you can be sure of that! ;)

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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #75 on: March 10, 2020, 08:20:31 PM »
Hey everyone,

Day 2 for me is almost finished.  This isn't the first time I've tried to quit but I'm confident it will be my last. 

A little backstory, last weekend the woman I've been dating for the last 5 years decided we should break up for the time being so we can focus on ourselves - something we have not taken the time to do in years.  Long story short, I was (and still am) completely devastated and spent the first week after we broke up in my bed dipping almost 2 cans a day and drinking a bottle of whiskey (beer in the morning).  On Sunday I looked back at my week of utter sadness and realized I no longer liked or respected the person I've become and I knew I do need to do something for myself.  It was at this point I put down a list of goals - running after work, eating healthy, etc... Then I realized I needed to kill the can.  It was a sad realization at first but I know I need to do it - for myself. In a couple months this woman and I could be back together (I hope we can work it out), or not - But at least I wont be held at gunpoint by this addiction anymore.

I'm going to take this one day at a time but I know that I can succeed.  My 100th day would be June 16th 2020 - 6 days before my birthday - what a birthday present to myself.

Thanks for the support... I know I am going to need it.

Welcome to the Quit, Tommy1. First thing, though, are you posting roll using a different name, or did I just just overlook your post on today's Roll Call? Brother, if you haven't posted roll, hit that shit hard and early each day. Make your promise early, and stick to it.

It sounds as though you've been through a shitstorm. Killing the can is a good step toward rising from the ashes. ODAAT, dude. One day at a time, and remember, you're not in this alone. One thing I've been super impressed with regarding this site and this group is the outstanding way quitters support one another. I've been contacted by no fewer than seven newbie and veteran quitters in the last 12 days. It's an awesome support system if you allow it to be, and more importantly, if you WANT it to be. You say in your post that you know you "need" to quit. Knowing you "need" to quit isn't enough; hell, we all know we need to do a bunch of shit, I'm sure. You've got to WANT to quit. I'm not stupid. I knew I needed to quit; I never wanted to quit before 13 days ago, though. That's the key, brother. You've got to WANT that shit!

I'll be hitting you up in a private message to send you my digits. I'm only 12 days in, but I'm fucking 12 DAYS IN. That's 12 days I never thought I'd accomplish. You can do this.

PTBQWY,
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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #74 on: March 10, 2020, 06:34:03 PM »
Hey everyone,

Day 2 for me is almost finished.  This isn't the first time I've tried to quit but I'm confident it will be my last. 

A little backstory, last weekend the woman I've been dating for the last 5 years decided we should break up for the time being so we can focus on ourselves - something we have not taken the time to do in years.  Long story short, I was (and still am) completely devastated and spent the first week after we broke up in my bed dipping almost 2 cans a day and drinking a bottle of whiskey (beer in the morning).  On Sunday I looked back at my week of utter sadness and realized I no longer liked or respected the person I've become and I knew I do need to do something for myself.  It was at this point I put down a list of goals - running after work, eating healthy, etc... Then I realized I needed to kill the can.  It was a sad realization at first but I know I need to do it - for myself. In a couple months this woman and I could be back together (I hope we can work it out), or not - But at least I wont be held at gunpoint by this addiction anymore.

I'm going to take this one day at a time but I know that I can succeed.  My 100th day would be June 16th 2020 - 6 days before my birthday - what a birthday present to myself.

Thanks for the support... I know I am going to need it.

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Re: General Discussion - 2020
« Reply #73 on: March 08, 2020, 10:03:29 AM »
"Every man dies... not every man really lives." - William Wallace

QD - 7.24.06 / HOF - 10.31.06 / 2nd Floor - 2.08.07 / 3rd Floor - 5.19.07 / 4th Floor - 8.27.07 / 5th Floor - 12.05.07 / 6th Floor - 3.14.08 / 7th Floor - 6.22.08 / 8th Floor - 9.30.08
9th Floor - 1.08.09 / Comma - 4.18.09 / 11th Floor - 7.27.09 / 12th Floor - 11.04.09 / 13th Floor - 2.12.10 / 14th Floor - 05.23.10 / 15th Floor - 08.31.2010 / 16th Floor - 12.9.10
17th Floor - 3.19.11 / 18th Floor - 6.27.11 / 19th Floor - 10.5.11 / 2K - 1.13.12 / 21st Floor - 4.22.12 / 22nd Floor - 7.31.12 / 23rd Floor - 11.8.12 / 24th Floor - 2.16.13 / 25th Floor - 5.27.13
26th Floor - 9.4.13 / 27th Floor - 12.12.13 / 28th Floor - 3.24.14 / 29th Floor - 7.1.14 / 3K - 10.9.14 / 31st Floor - 1.17.15 / 32nd Floor - 4.27.15 / 33rd Floor - 8.5.15 / 34th Floor - 9.13.15
35th Floor - 2.21.16 / 36th Floor - 5.31.16 / 37th Floor - 9.8.16 / 38th Floor - 12.17.16 / 39th Floor - 3.27.17 / 4K - 7.5.17 / 41st Floor - 10.13.17 / 42nd Floor - 1.21.18 / 43rd Floor - 5.1.18
44th Floor - 8.9.18 / 45th Floor - 11.17.18 / 46th Floor - 2.25.19 / 47th Floor - 6.5.19 / 48th Floor - 9.13.19
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