Doctors recommend e-cigarettes
E-cigarettes are almost completely free of health risks, and could save millions of lives, agreed health experts at a London summit to discuss the effects of the device.
By: dave
Thursday, Mar 13th 2014 (12:02am)
[Comments: 4]
spam_vigilante From: spam_vigilante Ignore me at your own peril
Date: 3/13/14 @ 12:22 PM
Nicotine has been proven to be a mild antidepressant.

I haven't smoked cigs in over a dozen years but I still occasionally miss it; and not just the social norms.
dave From: dave SAINTS, BABY!!!
Date: 3/13/14 @ 01:53 PM
It's also a good low-level stimulant that keeps me focused. Until someone discovers that nicotine makes you grow feet out of your forehead, I'm sticking with it. Vaping is definitely my preferred method of ingestion.
spam_vigilante From: spam_vigilante Ignore me at your own peril
Date: 3/13/14 @ 02:27 PM
When I first quit, I noticed my productivity at work dropped to almost nothing. Oh wait, I quit my job as well as smoking as I drove across the country. Somewhere in Nebraska, I lost my box of nicotine patches. I toughed it out the rest of the way back east with just that horrid gum.

Now if only I could quit sniffing glue (apologies to Lloyd Bridges).
From: anonymous
Date: 3/16/14 @ 11:19 AM
100% of all non-smokers die! (got that from Dave's chalkboard of infinite wisdom)

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