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Apparently I passed my 15 year anniversary recently without even noticing. I still have "those dreams" occasionally where I dream that I started smoking again and wake up wracked with guilt and frustration, but that's about the extent of my cravings.

I still read every post, even though I don't often have anything to say.

Thanks, everyone!

I quit smoking 15 years, 1 month, 2 weeks, 1 day, 1 hour, 22 minutes, and 58 seconds ago. During that time, I would have smoked 121,450 cigarettes. (That's like smoking a 5.75 mile-long cigarette) By quitting, I've saved $21,253.75! (That's 64 Hoosier R6 Racing Slicks and change) I've avoided inhaling 3.16 kg of tar, 194 grams of nicotine, and 1.94 kg of carbon monoxide.
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