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Somehow I just had a lifelong premonition, and sure enough, at age 53 he died of melanoma concentrating in his pancreas.
But, he smoked those "low tar" ciggs, ones that had holes in the filter, so you end up smoking twice as many.
And who knows how many chemicals were in them, perhaps thousands.
Just realized why I like this so much. I prefer the (too expensive) thin little Capri cigs. They pack a hell of a nicotine punch with far less tar and other crap and actually you can 'adjust' your intake. Take a normal pull and have a light cig effect or take a harder pull and it's STRONG.
I got used to those before the price went through the roof - never have liked others as well. 3X more smoke and other crap and less nicotine.
They are 'girly' but men have always asked me for them on the sly once they've tried them. Like they are illegal or something. And when they first came out people did often think they were joints due to how thin they are.
Anyway, they are awesome and this vape thing lets me get that nicotine w/o all the other crap.
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Tofu is much more healthy than cheeseburgers, but if you don't like the stuff...
I'll admit, I have never made a serious effort to quit smoking, not with cigarettes or with pot.
I guess it was old Tom Barnes in the machine shop that made me think of unfiltered cigarettes.
He worked half-days at our shop, was a multi-millionaire and was only there to play with our expensive toys... cantankerous, cussidy, 84 years young, dies in his mid 90s and smoked Chesterfield unfiltered like the proverbial chimney...
That and the reduced cost, or should I say much increased price of filtered cigarettes helped drive me to roll your own.
But... after a few months of smoking rollies, you go back and try a tailor-made and you will be overwhelmed by the chemical taste.
Tailor-made smokers never really taste what they are getting.
What, I have heard a figure of 7,000 chemical compounds associated with tailor-mades?