Why a Tragedy Does Not Justify a Cave

KillTheCan Tragedy

Quitting nicotine is really hard. REALLY HARD! Think about – there is an entire industry out there that is making bank on addiction. Pharma industry is killing it with Chantix which doesn’t even work. E-cigs, gum, patches, etc. – all manufactured from the Tobacco industry and they don’t even work…they … Continue reading

Why Are You So Opposed To Nicotine-Laced Alternatives?

Slave To Nicotine

The question of NRT (nicotine replacement therapy) and the concept of “harm reduction” comes up quite often on the KillTheCan.org forums and on the site.  Typically, the question gets raised by someone trying to throw numbers, studies and “proof” that nicotine and smokeless tobacco really isn’t that bad for you. … Continue reading

2013 Smokeless & Spit Tobacco Summit – Day #2 Recap

Missoula, Montana

Wastepanel & kdip stopped by the forums this afternoon to give us a recap of day 2 at the 7th National Smokeless & Spit Tobacco Summit from Missoula, Montana. The roller coaster that was day 2 is now over. Day 1’s theme was how sneaky tobacco can be in its … Continue reading

It’s Almost Turkey Time… Cold Turkey!

Cold Turkey

I don’t know about you, but as the calendar turns to November, my thoughts turn to the holidays.  We’re past Halloween and next up on the list is one of my favorites… Thanksgiving!  Synonymous with Thanksgiving naturally the turkey, and synonymous with KillTheCan.org is quitting tobacco cold turkey style! At … Continue reading

Us vs Them In a Nutshell

Us vs Them

I often get asked how we differ from other quit sites out there.  I typically don’t really respond other than to tell folks to check us out and see if they like what they find.  More often than not folks tend to stick around. Every once in a while, we’ll … Continue reading

NBC’s Biggest Loser – Short Cuts Galore

The Biggest Loser

One of NBC’s most popular show is called The Biggest Loser.  If you’re not familiar with the show, contestants go on and go through a “boot camp” like program in order to lose weight.  During last week’s show one of the contestants, Mike Messina, was shown to be a nicotine … Continue reading