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    For my Birthday -- A Big Strong NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    G’day Not One Puff Ever ....NOPE ... no way
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    Nope, I don't smoke any more!!!!
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    NOPE - Not One Puff Ever
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    Putting the finishing touches on Christmas decorations around the house. Tree is up and decorated. Wreaths and bows have been hung. Outlined the front of the house with white lights. Now, we're just sorting through a big box filled with various holly-jolly accessories and what-nots figuring out what stays and what goes back in the attic. Sugar Britches is the artsy one with a vision. I'm just the handyman.
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    NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE
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    NOPE... time to put the tree up soon.... Oh Joy... and with 2 kittens, it'l be fun. ........
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    Congratulations on 11 months smoke free, @abbynormal You are doing great. Looking forward to seeing you on the Lido Deck!
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    NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    We cannot put the tree up because of my zoo. Three cats, one little dog and a great big clumsy barging dog. Anyway, Nope.
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    Congratulations abby, in just one short month you will be on the lido deck! I agree with sazerac, we're so lucky to have you on the train with us
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    Wow, Abby ! Congratulations on your ELEVEN Months of Freedom ! You are an important contributor here on QTrain and we are so lucky you are sharing your quit with us ! Thank you so much for being here. Hope you have a splendid celebration and lavish rewards on your sweet self. S
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    I think martians' always stay young. Have a wonderfully special day!
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    NOPE and Happy Holidays!
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    Happy Nicotine Free Birthday, @Martian5 ! Hope you have a great celebration.
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    A husband that cooperates is always a plus. Good job Boo!
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    G’day NOPE starts my day
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    Happy birthday!!!! Sorry I'm a bit late!
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    Thank you all so much! I'm so glad to be aboard this Train with y'all! Prepare for some serious partying next month!
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    I'm a day late, but I hope you had a good one.
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    Congratulations Abby. The lido deck awaits.
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    Liar liar pants on fire
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    Enduring very evil relatives, you ? Eject
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    10 Foods To Keep Your Lungs Strong And Healthy • Pistachios provide a type of vitamin E, Gama-tocopherol, a defense against various types of lung cancer. • Cayenne Pepper, effective at fighting and diminishing cough and sore throat. Provides support against cold and flu. Try a concoction of hot water, honey, lemon juice, cayenne. Effective for people suffering from bronchial congestion and respiratory ailments, breaking down congested mucus. • Broccoli, high in antioxidants, containing NRF-2 dependent characteristics and is among the best green foods for lungs. It is beneficial for people suffering from COPD. • Carrots, a source of vitamins A and C. Vitamin A influences the health of your lungs. Carrots also contain lycopene, zeaxanthin, and lutein which are powerful cancer-fighting agents. * Vitamin C helps get rid of many lung disorders. • Onions contain quercetin, a natural anti-oxidant. Research has shown that this anti-oxidant helps prevent lung cancer and many other lung diseases. Vitamins B6 and C that provide self-healing power to the body. • Oranges contain vitamins B6 and C and iron which help the lungs transfer oxygen to cells more effectively, contains anti-oxidant, beta-cryptoxanthin, good for lung health. • Fish are a rich source of vitamin D. Insufficient levels of Vitamin D may lead to loss of lung function. Fish also contains high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids which provide a boost to the entire body. These fatty acids also act as a shield against lung cancer. • Red wine, a source of resveratrol, an anti-oxidant and helps get rid of free radicals which are the main cause of cancer. Eating a food rich in anti-oxidants provides your lungs with extra protection against diseases and disorders. Red wine contains pteristilbene which catalyzes the job of resveratrol, providing benefits more efficiently. • Walnuts, a vegetarian sources of fatty Omega-3 acids. Walnuts help fight against asthma and other ailments related to respiration. One serving of a handful of walnuts daily is recommended. * Here is a link to 'Tomatoes May Restore Lung Damage'
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    Can't like every asshole relative Every
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    Abby congrats on the 1 month mark. well done and see you on the Lido deck in a month!!!!!!
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    Bump for @forestgreen and a reminder to all of us to pay attention to the signals from our body.
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    Congrats, Steve!!! That first month is a tremendous milestone. I'm so glad you did something to reward yourself. It sounds like you are making some very healthy lifestyle changes! Good for you!!!
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    The rain worked on the Cave fire and firefighters are being demobilized! Yippee!!!
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    A good song often played around Thanksgiving
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