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New York Primary Election Sept 14: Will you vote?

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Jess

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Yes, I plan to go before work.
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Yup!
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You betcha. I never miss a vote !
Of course - U should 2

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It's my civic DUTY and yours too!

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YES AS ALWAYS! Can never find a reason not too.
Rudy Ba Biele

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I voted once, for Obama.
He has let me down, so I will not vote again.
Rice Is Right

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Sure, I'm going to vote. This is a big one. The Democrats will be out in force and will vie for, if not win, most of the seats at all levels. The most important person to VOTE FOR is KATHLEEN RICE. She has proven herself capable and trustworthy enough to take over the State Attorney General's position. She will enhance our justice system, be tough on whatever crimes have priority, also take care of the so-called minor offenses. Drunk drivers, beware. White collar criminals, take notice. Gangstas, watch out. Law-abiding citizens, rejoice!
NY Quits

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I quit smoking today.
I hate all of you.

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I will vote, as usual. One major issue here is we are voting against downstate as well as voting on people and issues. I think Rice, if she can implement MANDATORY prision for corrupt public officials and government employees, is definitely going in the right direction. I need to see her support gun ownership!
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NY Quits wrote:
I quit smoking today.
I hate all of you.
how'd you do it? patches? Gum? rubber band?
Good 4 U

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Good luck. Don't give in and go back. Smoke free is the way to go! Once you see that you can do it, you'll love us again! lol
De Vote Ted

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I'm a devoted voter. Rudy: You should not let a disappointment in our president keep you for enabling other worthy people from earning public service for us. Katheen Rice, candidate for Attorney General of New York State, is a perfect example. Exemplary record, good person, tough on crime, especially drunk driving, prosecutor of some real perpetrators and degenerates. Vote your mind and your heart! As for Quits of Rochester: No more smoking, great. How long has it been? You will likely get all kinds of advice on this thread, because you will make a lot of "friends" ouot there, those who have successfully quit and others who want to. Best of Luck, pal!
NY Quits

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quagmire wrote:
<quoted text>how'd you do it? patches? Gum? rubber band?
I quit cold turkey with a side of lollipops, it's the fastest way.
I have quit before for five or so years at a time but I ended up at the indian reservation last spring and all the smokes and smoking accessories was too much to resist. They were pushing free cigarette samples at the door of each store. "Sure, I'll just smoke this one and that will be the end of it." For the first three days I try to stay away from people that may irritate me. Hard to do when you work in IT.
NY Quits

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Good 4 U wrote:
Good luck. Don't give in and go back. Smoke free is the way to go! Once you see that you can do it, you'll love us again! lol
Thanks, I can't wait to get to the other side.

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Go Carl Paladino!
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Will vote tomorrow,Remember vote for the person NOT the PARTY.

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Such a corny poll

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Rudy Ba Biele wrote:
I voted once, for Obama.
He has let me down, so I will not vote again.
Rudy, please do not be discouraged by that...you should exercise your right to vote every time you get the opportunity to do so.

I cast an informed vote in every election we have! Sometimes my candidate wins, sometimes he/she looses and others times the one I voted for won but did not measure up, but that does not discourage me from participating in the next election.
quagmire

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NY Quits wrote:
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I quit cold turkey with a side of lollipops, it's the fastest way.
I have quit before for five or so years at a time but I ended up at the indian reservation last spring and all the smokes and smoking accessories was too much to resist. They were pushing free cigarette samples at the door of each store. "Sure, I'll just smoke this one and that will be the end of it." For the first three days I try to stay away from people that may irritate me. Hard to do when you work in IT.
LOL!!! I hear ya. This is like my 150th billonth time at quitting. the last time i was free for a whole year and then something irritated the hell outta me and bam! it all went in the ashtray. i want to quit again. what was your inspiration?
Stick to It

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I have several friends and acquaintancies who have quit smoking. Various ways, of course. Lollipops sound like a sweet way. In any case, hang in there. You did it before, you can do it again. Hopefully, for good!

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