Snufftaker | 1 Aug 19:03 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Might have just bought my last snuff

I personally would prefer members not to allude to their own political allegience on this message board.
The whole point of not doing so is because the group is for discussing snuff and not politics, and the moment
someone starts to give their opinion about political parties, the group loses something and is
diminished because of this. Not everyone thinks the same about politics and it is insensitive to not
realise that. And that is also the precise reason why it should not be discussed nor alluded to on here.
ukfizwit please desist. 
Snufftaker

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "ukfizwit" <ukfizwit <at> ...> wrote:
> Very sensible, Dave.
> 
> I hear you folk West of the Pond are also having problems with e-cigarettes.  It doesn't seem to be based on
anything scientific.  I started using them 6 months ago, and have never been tempted to go back to
cigarettes.  
> 
> Fortunately we got rid of our 'anti-everything' Marxist govt a few months back.  You've still got a couple
of years to go.  I just hope they don't do too much damage.
> 
> Good luck.
> 
> Ted
> 
> --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Dave Naess" <howdydave_2000 <at> > wrote:
> >
> > Howdy Ted!
> > 
> > Just sent an e-mail off to my congresswoman giving her the "medical angle" and how the sweeping
generalizations of legislations will, once again, be detremental to my health.
> > 
> > Dave
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graemetsteel | 2 Aug 07:26 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Might have just bought my last snuff


I agree with you, Snuffgrinder. Politics have no place here. Members, please keep to our subject, nasal snuff.

Graeme

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Snufftaker" <snufftaker <at> ...> wrote:
>
> I personally would prefer members not to allude to their own political allegience on this message board.
The whole point of not doing so is because the group is for discussing snuff and not politics, and the moment
someone starts to give their opinion about political parties, the group loses something and is
diminished because of this. Not everyone thinks the same about politics and it is insensitive to not
realise that. And that is also the precise reason why it should not be discussed nor alluded to on here.
ukfizwit please desist. 
> Snufftaker
> 
> --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "ukfizwit" <ukfizwit <at> > wrote:
> > Very sensible, Dave.
> > 
> > I hear you folk West of the Pond are also having problems with e-cigarettes.  It doesn't seem to be based on
anything scientific.  I started using them 6 months ago, and have never been tempted to go back to
cigarettes.  
> > 
> > Fortunately we got rid of our 'anti-everything' Marxist govt a few months back.  You've still got a couple
of years to go.  I just hope they don't do too much damage.
> > 
> > Good luck.
> > 
> > Ted
> > 
> > --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Dave Naess" <howdydave_2000 <at> > wrote:
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Snufftaker | 2 Aug 10:08 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Might have just bought my last snuff

Thankyou Graeme. 

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, graemetsteel <no_reply <at> ...> wrote:
>
> 
> I agree with you, Snuffgrinder. Politics have no place here. Members, please keep to our subject, nasal snuff.
> 
> 
> Graeme
> 
> 
> --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Snufftaker" <snufftaker <at> > wrote:
> >
> > I personally would prefer members not to allude to their own political allegience on this message board.
The whole point of not doing so is because the group is for discussing snuff and not politics, and the moment
someone starts to give their opinion about political parties, the group loses something and is
diminished because of this. Not everyone thinks the same about politics and it is insensitive to not
realise that. And that is also the precise reason why it should not be discussed nor alluded to on here.
ukfizwit please desist. 
> > Snufftaker
> > 
> > --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "ukfizwit" <ukfizwit <at> > wrote:
> > > Very sensible, Dave.
> > > 
> > > I hear you folk West of the Pond are also having problems with e-cigarettes.  It doesn't seem to be based on
anything scientific.  I started using them 6 months ago, and have never been tempted to go back to
cigarettes.  
> > > 
> > > Fortunately we got rid of our 'anti-everything' Marxist govt a few months back.  You've still got a
couple of years to go.  I just hope they don't do too much damage.
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Alex D | 2 Aug 12:50 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Medical advice

Further to Dave Naess' comment about his doctor suggesting that Snuff was a safer alternative to
decongestants, I was wondering if anyone else had any experience of advice from the medical profession
about the merits or disadvantages of snuff?

My recent experiences with the laughable smoking cessation service provided by my GP (summary: "patches
and gum, gooooood, snuff baaaaaad, fzzzzzt, beeep, error, error, does not compute....") suggest that
doctors haven't really considered this issue in a long while. Possibly since the BMJ published this...

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1507093/pdf/bmjcred00678-0014.pdf

...which I doubt many modern practitioners of medicine have read.

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Snufftaker | 2 Aug 14:12 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Medical advice

Thank you so much for posting this Alex. Very interesting article indeed. I imagine it is low on the
researchers priorities but should not be, in view of its obvious benefits in giving up smoking and its
brilliance as a thing for filling that famous gap "what to do with your hands" which we experience when we
give up cigarettes and or pipe smoking. I am off all kinds of smoking purely for health reasons [I would
smoke pipes andd cigaretes all the time if it wasn't so bad for my particular health level] (and I feel so
much better, off smoking) But snuff is great and so enjoyable because it is not plagued by all the health
warnings and because of the good evidence that it is not that bad for is at all. 

Mike

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Alex D" <guitarshopbum <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Further to Dave Naess' comment about his doctor suggesting that Snuff was a safer alternative to
decongestants, I was wondering if anyone else had any experience of advice from the medical profession
about the merits or disadvantages of snuff?
> 
> My recent experiences with the laughable smoking cessation service provided by my GP (summary: "patches
and gum, gooooood, snuff baaaaaad, fzzzzzt, beeep, error, error, does not compute....") suggest that
doctors haven't really considered this issue in a long while. Possibly since the BMJ published this...
> 
> http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1507093/pdf/bmjcred00678-0014.pdf
> 
> ...which I doubt many modern practitioners of medicine have read.
>

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Snufftaker | 2 Aug 14:20 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Medical advice

PS I know the containers have a health warning on them. But we are not constantly reminded of health things
related to it. presumeably becasue there are very few.:-)  mike

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Snufftaker" <snufftaker <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Thank you so much for posting this Alex. Very interesting article indeed. I imagine it is low on the
researchers priorities but should not be, in view of its obvious benefits in giving up smoking and its
brilliance as a thing for filling that famous gap "what to do with your hands" which we experience when we
give up cigarettes and or pipe smoking. I am off all kinds of smoking purely for health reasons [I would
smoke pipes andd cigaretes all the time if it wasn't so bad for my particular health level] (and I feel so
much better, off smoking) But snuff is great and so enjoyable because it is not plagued by all the health
warnings and because of the good evidence that it is not that bad for is at all. 
> 
> Mike
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
>  
> 
> --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Alex D" <guitarshopbum <at> > wrote:
> >
> > Further to Dave Naess' comment about his doctor suggesting that Snuff was a safer alternative to
decongestants, I was wondering if anyone else had any experience of advice from the medical profession
about the merits or disadvantages of snuff?
> > 
> > My recent experiences with the laughable smoking cessation service provided by my GP (summary:
"patches and gum, gooooood, snuff baaaaaad, fzzzzzt, beeep, error, error, does not compute....")
suggest that doctors haven't really considered this issue in a long while. Possibly since the BMJ
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Snufftaker | 2 Aug 14:31 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Getting to know you

Hi Fr Joseph How are you. I was re reading Joyce's Dubliners the other day and the first story about the priest
who took copious amounts of High Toast was great. Hope all well with you. 
Snufftaker

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, Father Joseph <nycticorax_2000 <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Name; Fr Joseph
> Age; 51
> Location; Ohio
> Occupation; Catholic priest
> Politics; Paleo-Libertarian Monarchist (I'd prefer an
> annointed Christian king, but since that seems
> unlikely, I'll settle for being left alone!)
> Interests; Latin liturgy, history, genaeology,
> heraldry,alternative medicine, Japanese animation.
> Favorite snuffs; President (90 percent of the time),
> Gletcherprise, Macouba, Best SP.
> 
> 
> 
> Father Joseph
> 
> __________________________________________________
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Tired of spam?  Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around 
> http://mail.yahoo.com
>

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ukfizwit | 2 Aug 23:56 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Might have just bought my last snuff

I'll consider myself told off.

Ted

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Snufftaker" <snufftaker <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Thankyou Graeme. 
> 
> --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, graemetsteel <no_reply <at> > wrote:
> >
> > 
> > I agree with you, Snuffgrinder. Politics have no place here. Members, please keep to our subject, nasal snuff.
> > 
> > 
> > Graeme
> > 
> > 
> > --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Snufftaker" <snufftaker <at> > wrote:
> > >
> > > I personally would prefer members not to allude to their own political allegience on this message
board. The whole point of not doing so is because the group is for discussing snuff and not politics, and the
moment someone starts to give their opinion about political parties, the group loses something and is
diminished because of this. Not everyone thinks the same about politics and it is insensitive to not
realise that. And that is also the precise reason why it should not be discussed nor alluded to on here.
ukfizwit please desist. 
> > > Snufftaker
> > > 
> > > --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "ukfizwit" <ukfizwit <at> > wrote:
> > > > Very sensible, Dave.
> > > > 
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Dave Naess | 3 Aug 05:44 2010
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Getting to know you

Howdy Fr. Joseph!

(or should I say "Father bless?")

A man after my own heart -- dedicated to President!

WELCOME! frpm a monastic aspirant.

Dave

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, Father Joseph <nycticorax_2000 <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Name; Fr Joseph
> Age; 51
> Location; Ohio
> Occupation; Catholic priest
> Politics; Paleo-Libertarian Monarchist (I'd prefer an
> annointed Christian king, but since that seems
> unlikely, I'll settle for being left alone!)
> Interests; Latin liturgy, history, genaeology,
> heraldry,alternative medicine, Japanese animation.
> Favorite snuffs; President (90 percent of the time),
> Gletcherprise, Macouba, Best SP.
> 
> 
> 
> Father Joseph
> 
> __________________________________________________
> Do You Yahoo!?
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Father Joseph | 3 Aug 06:35 2010
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Getting to know you



Hi, Snufftaker (and howdy, Dave);
I'm still here, except now I'm 54 and am stationed in Illinois (Land of Lincoln, Capone, and Obama).  I've been easing off on my President intake lately... I think I might have been getting a little too much menthol (if that is possible). I've been concentrating on non-menthol snuffs like Best SP, Toque Rose, and I'm warming up to Royal George.  I've also gotten a mortar & pestle for a little home-grinding just in case the "Iron Curtain" comes down on snuff sales!
(The thing that really annoys me about the PACT (with the devil) Act is that we snuffers are just "collateral damage" as far as the government is concerned; they are not out to get u s... they don't even know (or care) that we exist! That's my soapbox-rant for today)
I never got around to reading Dubliners... I'll have to look it up (although Ulysses gave me a headache!).
Happy snuffing to all;

Father Joseph

--- On Mon, 8/2/10, Snufftaker <snufftaker <at> yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

From: Snufftaker <snufftaker <at> yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Getting to know you
To: snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com
Date: Monday, August 2, 2010, 7:31 AM

 

Hi Fr Joseph How are you. I was re reading Joyce's Dubliners the other day and the first story about the priest who took copious amounts of High Toast was great. Hope all well with you.
Snufftaker

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, Father Joseph <nycticorax_2000 <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Name; Fr Joseph
> Age; 51
> Location; Ohio
> Occupation; Catholic priest
> Politics; Paleo-Libertarian Monarchist (I'd prefer an
> annointed Christian king, but since that seems
> unlikely, I'll settle for being left alone!)
> Interests; Latin liturgy, history, genaeology,
> heraldry,alternative medicine, Japanese animation.
> Favorite snuffs; President (90 percent of the time),
> Gletcherprise, Macouba, Best SP.
>
>
>
> Father Joseph
>
> __________________________________________________
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
> http://mail.yahoo.com
>




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