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Toss the coffin nails

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Will Williams

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Toss the coffin nails

PostTue Oct 08, 2019 12:27 pm

White Biocentrism doesn't have a health section, so the closest thing we have that pertains to extending one's life, or surviving longer, is here.

Not only can a smoker regain his health and have a better chance at longevity by giving up this nasty, deadly habit, he'll find he has funds available for more healthful pursuits during his lifetime. When I was a kid a pack of cigarettes, if purchased by the carton of ten packs, was 15 cents a pack or 1.5 cents per cigarette:

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average cost of a pack of cigarettes is $6.28 [or 31.4 cents per cigarette], which means a pack-a-day habit sets you back $188 per month or $2,292 per year. Ten years of smoking comes with a $22,920 price tag. :shock: But depending on where you live, you could be paying much more.


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Re: Toss the coffin nails

PostTue Oct 08, 2019 1:37 pm

Started smoking in 1962. My first carton of Salem's was exactly $2.10.
This was when silver coinage was money of the realm and if I recall
correctly, a fresh copy of PLAYBOY was sixty cents. Quit in 1966, for a
total of four years as a smoker.
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However, I shall persist to my biological end, the pursuit of martini's,
strawberry daiquiri's, and margaritas.
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