Cheap smokes now – expensive chemotherapy, surgery and funerals later.
Originally posted by HIWATTSo my friend, it there tobacco you can buy that won't make my lungs glow in the dark?
The next step is to dig up part of your back yard and grow your own tobacco, without the Radioactive Phosphate Fertilizers used to grow the stuff in that ziploc bag you have there.
Originally posted by Domo1
I went through a rough patch awhile ago and started rolling my own. I should still do it but got out of the habit. I think I'm going to go pick up one of these machines now. I smoke American Spirits and as I recall you can buy it loose.
Homer how long did it take you to get it down? It took me probably 30 ruined tubes. It was infuriating.
How many holier than thou comments have been in this thread I wonder? Every time fast food or cigarettes is mentioned people seem to come out of the woodwork to admonish the rest of us.
Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by Xaphan
Hey, do you guys have the weird law there, where all the cigarettes and tobacco products have to be totally hidden from view, and the vendors are not allowed to tell you what brands they sell? I almost slapped the gas station attendant upside the head when I got over the border, I thought for sure he was yanking my chain, and at a horrible time. I had just spent like 9 hours at the border, ran out of smokes 6 hours ago and was trying to buy a pack
Originally posted by JibbyJedi
Originally posted by freedom12
reply to post by HomerinNC
Here's what I use.
$1 per pack here in NH. The 16oz bag ($14.99) makes 2 1/2 cartons, the 2 - 1 carton tubes ($2.49 each)... That equals less than $1 per pack.
After about 3-6 months, Carpal Tunnel syndrome kicks in your wrist.
Solution - switch hands every 6 months.
edit on 5-2-2013 by JibbyJedi because: (no reason given)
Two motors and a microprocessor that monitors the compaction level and quantity of tobacco. In addition, the machine features a selectable compaction level, a meter slide and a control board that controls the sequence of operation, motors, notifies operator of problems and is a safety for compaction which prevents damage to the machine. In complexity this machine is similar to a refrigerator, VCR, or microwave but for ease of operation it is like a toaster or dishwasher.