The 2014 Savannah Quit Together – 18,096 Days Of Quit!

2014 Savannah Meet

So you’ve seen all the pictures on the Brotherhood page of KillTheCan.org get togethers.  You’ve heard all the stories but you’re still not QUITE sure just what goes on.  Can the stories be true?  Surely these guys are just exagerating about how much food, fun and “brotherhood” really is involved… … Continue reading

The 2014 Savannah Quit Together – 18,096 Days Of Quit!

2014 Savannah Meet

So you’ve seen all the pictures on the Brotherhood page of KillTheCan.org get togethers.  You’ve heard all the stories but you’re still not QUITE sure just what goes on.  Can the stories be true?  Surely these guys are just exagerating about how much food, fun and “brotherhood” really is involved… … Continue reading

Custom KillTheCan.org Jersey – Now Taking Pre-Orders!

Chewie In His Custom Made KTC Jersey

I had an idea a few years ago for a KillTheCan.org hockey jersey.  I tend to be a walking billboard for KTC and I was looking for something “special” to wear to a KTC get together.  I called a few places in the Cleveland area to see if my idea … Continue reading

Why We Meet – The KillTheCan.org Brotherhood

FLORIDA LUKE, Radman & Wedge

I wanted to share something with you that I recently ran across on the quit forums.  We talk all the time about how our site is built on accountability.  I’m often asked how we’re different than other groups out there and what makes us “better”.  I’ve talked about that in … Continue reading

Poconos 2011 – The Morning After

Quit Personified

Over the next few days, I’ll post photos from the recently complete 4th Annual State College Meet (Which wasn’t even in State College, PA this year but it’s got a snappy ring to it and is incredibly timely with recent news…).  That being said, I wanted to do a quick … Continue reading

Lunch With a Quitter

kdip, tarpon17, bubblehed668 & Aglawyer

It never ceases to amaze me how much quitters have in common.  Regardless of social background, political affiliation, etc. two quitters can get together and chat about nothing but “quit” and feel totally comfortable.  I had the opportunity to meet a fellow quitter this afternoon for lunch and once again … Continue reading