Dallas Meet Up – Breast Cancer Can Stick It

Breast Cancer Can Stick It

KillTheCan.org forum members CBird65, Broccoli-saurus, BrianG and Big Brother Jack got together at the Breast Cancer Can Stick It! Drummathon in Dallas! Do you have a picture from a quitter meet you’d like added? You can contact us, you can upload it directly to the site or post it to our Facebook page!

Is There Such a Thing as an Addictive Personality?

Addictive Personality

Addiction is never a good thing – and the media has gone to lengths to depict it even worse over the years. People having an “addictive personality” have been described as selfish, unreliable, weak, and out of control, people who are unable – or unwilling – to resist temptation. Over … Continue reading

A Few Words on Psychological Addiction

Psychological Addiction

Addiction comes in many shapes and sizes. Sometimes it means the dependence of a substance, like the nicotine found in the dip, snuff, cigarettes, cigars, and all other tobacco products. In this case, the body itself craves the substance, sending signals that cause unease and various other symptoms. Sometimes, in … Continue reading

Rest In Peace Lee ‘Hawk’ Reherman

Lee 'Hawk' Reherman

It is with great sadness that I write this post. Friend of KillTheCan.org, anti-smokeless tobacco advocate, actor and former American Gladiator Lee Reherman has passed away suddenly. Lee joined us many times throughout the years in our live chat and worked tirelessly with Hooch Snuff to get the word out … Continue reading

Discussion – Loss of Respect For Users?

Lose Respect

We asked the following question on our Facebook page the other day: Below is the un-edited discussion that status solicited.  Only last names have been removed: Question: now that you’re quit, do you lose respect for someone when you find out they smoke or chew? Randy – No, because I … Continue reading

Rest In Peace Mr. Padre – Tony Gwynn & Smokeless Tobacco

Tony Gwynn Rest In Peace

“I haven’t discussed that with the doctors yet, but I’m thinking it’s related to dipping,” said Gwynn, who resumed the practice of using chewing tobacco after the first two surgeries.” I quit chewing tobacco nearly 3 years ago next week, and I’ve read many statements like this and others regarding the … Continue reading