Quitting Smokeless Tobacco at KillTheCan.org

KillTheCan.org was created November 2006, as an online community of people with a common goal of quitting smokeless tobacco.

This site hosts QS Xtreme!

There are forums that offer lots of information and a place to share experiences.

These forums include: One day at a time (ODAT) roll call, Hall of Fame (100 days quit), The Playground (a place of distraction, and the Veterans (those who stick around to help).

QSXtreme – KillTheCan Online Community

KillTheCan BannerKillTheCan.org states that their site “isn’t about being the “best” site on the web… it’s about getting the most information about quitting chewing tobacco out to anyone who wants it.”

Their members have made a total of 72,747 posts and as of June 7, 2007 they have 282 registered members.

Other link you may find interesting:
Quitting Spit and Other Forms of Oral Tobacco

6 thoughts on “Quitting Smokeless Tobacco at KillTheCan.org

  1. chewie

    Thanks so much for the link robbster! We’d love to help anyone out there who’s struggling with their addiction to dip – as a former 16+ year can/day Kodiak man I know how difficult it can be to quit, but I can also tell you that it CAN be done.



  2. Christian Peper

    All this anti-tobacco, anti-drug material seems a bit fascist to me. Hitler was also very anti-tobacco. I feel that it is best to encourage people to reduce their use of drugs but probation is just repression.

  3. Kirk VandenBerghe

    Hi, Christian. I want to remind you that Hitler, and other fascists, were dictators. In a democratic system, citizens can get clear about their values (like the freedom to breath clean air, along with not having to use one’s tax dollars on health care caused by smoking) and enact and enforce laws that reflect those societal values. You’re seeing activism, not fascism.

  4. robbster

    Hi Christian,

    This site is here for informational and educational purposes.

    If individuals are unable to control air quality issues then I would hope that it would pass to the state level in order to control for the public good.


    Kirk nice to see you here!


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