Page 4 of 8 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LastLast
Results 91 to 120 of 213
  1. #91
    Join Date
    5th August 2014
    Location
    Boston, MA
    Posts
    857
    The app I'm using to motivate me is called Get Rich Or Die Smoking.

    One thing it does is tell me how much I've saved by not smoking, and what items I could buy with that money.

    It's all rocket stuff, guys.

    Two days ago, I earned enough to replace my lost AeroTech 24/40 reloadable motor casing ($38.24). I am a mere 10 hours away from earning a North Coast Rocketry SA-14 Archer rocket kit ($59.99). Some time after midnight tomorrow I'll have earned an Estes Mega Der Red Max kit ($69.99).

    On Monday, I'll have earned a LOC Precision Iris sounding rocket scale model kit ($80.74).

    But it will take nearly two weeks for me to replace my must-have Jolly Logic Chute Release ($129.99).

    tl;dr: Rocketry is expensive but smoking costs even more.

    Daniel J. Petrie - The Rocket N00b - NAR # 100015
    rocketn00b.blogspot.com
    facebook.com/rocketn00b
    YouTube: youtube.com/TheRocketN00b Twitter: @rocketn00b
    The Rocketry Show Podcast

  2. #92
    Join Date
    8th August 2014
    Location
    Rockford, IL
    Posts
    2,137
    Quote Originally Posted by lcorinth View Post
    The app I'm using to motivate me is called Get Rich Or Die Smoking.

    One thing it does is tell me how much I've saved by not smoking, and what items I could buy with that money.

    It's all rocket stuff, guys.

    Two days ago, I earned enough to replace my lost AeroTech 24/40 reloadable motor casing ($38.24). I am a mere 10 hours away from earning a North Coast Rocketry SA-14 Archer rocket kit ($59.99). Some time after midnight tomorrow I'll have earned an Estes Mega Der Red Max kit ($69.99).

    On Monday, I'll have earned a LOC Precision Iris sounding rocket scale model kit ($80.74).

    But it will take nearly two weeks for me to replace my must-have Jolly Logic Chute Release ($129.99).

    tl;dr: Rocketry is expensive but smoking costs even more.
    Using the same app... Saving towards an M2000... And I'm only going with my average of 6 cigarettes per day, so I should have earned enough by next Black Saturday...

    -CzTeacherMan
    TRA #15280 - QCRS, Tripoli Wisconsin, WOOSH
    Level 1 - 9/28/2014 Wildman Sport on CTI H163 White Thunder
    Level 2 - 5/23/2015 Wildman 3" Darkstar CTI J400 Smoky Sam
    First Mile+ & Mach+ - 9/25/2015 Wildman Punisher CTI J360 Skidmark
    Level 3 - 5/15/2016 Wildman Gizmo XL-DD-V CTI M1540 Imax

  3. #93
    Join Date
    25th July 2015
    Location
    NW Ohio
    Posts
    1,244
    I haven't been doing as well. But definitely better than I was. I was at a pack a day, but for the last 5 days I've been around 5-6 per day. Today I had three. I don't have any at the moment and I even stopped at the store on my way to work tonight. I have a touch of a cold, so my cough has been ten times worse as it normally is. I'm not even crazing one, so hopefully that continues.
    NAR# 100470
    L1- 10/18/15 LOC IV CTI H163
    L2- 4/16/16 Madcow PAC-3 CTI J285

  4. #94
    Join Date
    11th January 2013
    Location
    Old Bridge,,,,,,,,,,,,, New Jersey
    Posts
    4,760
    You guy's are doing great...
    Just remember,, don't let your guard down...
    Your in this for the long run...
    Stay strong,, you got this...

    Teddy




    www.Onebadhawk.com

    Ted Chernok
    Old Bridge New Jersey
    Radical Rocketeers
    MDRA
    METRA- BoD
    NAR # 87063
    Tripoli # 14443
    Level 3

  5. #95
    Join Date
    25th July 2015
    Location
    NW Ohio
    Posts
    1,244
    I've had one cigarette in the last 24 hours. What makes this harder is when you receive a discount in the mail to continue smoking. One of these coupons combined with a $1.50 off mobile coupon means I could get two packs of cigarettes for about $5. I still haven't bought any, but my girlfriend decided she's not ready to quit. I'd be good to go, but when she gets home later, I know the urge to smoke will go up for me. Click image for larger version. 

Name:	ImageUploadedByRocketry Forum1483821179.708731.jpg 
Views:	53 
Size:	101.7 KB 
ID:	308777
    NAR# 100470
    L1- 10/18/15 LOC IV CTI H163
    L2- 4/16/16 Madcow PAC-3 CTI J285

  6. #96
    Join Date
    5th August 2014
    Location
    Boston, MA
    Posts
    857
    So far, so good, but I still keep thinking about smoking. I feel a little sluggish. Technically, I think I'm pretty much nicotine free at this point, as my last one was last Saturday night a little after midnight.

    I had a thought.

    This wanting a cigarette thing kind of feels like when you haven't had your coffee, and you really need a cup.

    I know it's a bad idea to give up too much at once. But I thought, maybe if I can hold off having coffee for half a day - or even a whole day - until my brain is screaming for it, then finally have a cup, and feel a ton better... maybe my brain will feel satisfied and happy about the coffee and forget about the cigarettes.

    Any ex-smokers ever try this?
    Daniel J. Petrie - The Rocket N00b - NAR # 100015
    rocketn00b.blogspot.com
    facebook.com/rocketn00b
    YouTube: youtube.com/TheRocketN00b Twitter: @rocketn00b
    The Rocketry Show Podcast

  7. #97
    Join Date
    30th January 2016
    Location
    US > OK > NE
    Posts
    2,489
    Quote Originally Posted by lcorinth View Post
    So far, so good, but I still keep thinking about smoking. I feel a little sluggish. Technically, I think I'm pretty much nicotine free at this point, as my last one was last Saturday night a little after midnight.

    I had a thought.

    This wanting a cigarette thing kind of feels like when you haven't had your coffee, and you really need a cup.

    I know it's a bad idea to give up too much at once. But I thought, maybe if I can hold off having coffee for half a day - or even a whole day - until my brain is screaming for it, then finally have a cup, and feel a ton better... maybe my brain will feel satisfied and happy about the coffee and forget about the cigarettes.

    Any ex-smokers ever try this?
    I wouldn't. Nicotine cranky + caffeine headache could be quite the hurdle.

    Just stay the course!

  8. #98
    Join Date
    3rd August 2011
    Location
    Reed City, Michigan
    Posts
    3,146
    My mother smoked for over 50 years. One day the Doctor told her to make a choice.
    Quit smoking, or die. She quit cold turkey and has been smoke free for more than 25 years.
    She is now 90.
    But growing up in a house filled with smoke, I suffered with Bronchitis most of my youth.
    While she smoked during her pregnancy with me, I suffer a life long list of aliments.
    I also suffer from addiction, that's why I chew. While I am trying to quit, it is not easy.
    I have nerve damage from back injuries, which cause the occasional case of the shakes.
    These are now intensified by the lack of Nicotine.
    It takes a strong will to live to quit smoking, and I praise those that can succeed at quitting.

  9. #99
    Join Date
    8th August 2014
    Location
    Rockford, IL
    Posts
    2,137
    Still going. Feeling better about it. Didn't think about smoking for at least a couple hours today.
    -CzTeacherMan
    TRA #15280 - QCRS, Tripoli Wisconsin, WOOSH
    Level 1 - 9/28/2014 Wildman Sport on CTI H163 White Thunder
    Level 2 - 5/23/2015 Wildman 3" Darkstar CTI J400 Smoky Sam
    First Mile+ & Mach+ - 9/25/2015 Wildman Punisher CTI J360 Skidmark
    Level 3 - 5/15/2016 Wildman Gizmo XL-DD-V CTI M1540 Imax

  10. #100
    Join Date
    5th August 2014
    Location
    Boston, MA
    Posts
    857
    Made it seven days. Tomorrow's my birthday. It gets easier.

    I think the most of it is mental. The actual physical withdrawal only lasts a couple days. After that, it's the constant nagging of "this is when I'd normally have a cigarette - what do I do with myself now?" Breaks at work are a big one there.

    Going to bed early (which also helps). Good night, and good luck.
    Daniel J. Petrie - The Rocket N00b - NAR # 100015
    rocketn00b.blogspot.com
    facebook.com/rocketn00b
    YouTube: youtube.com/TheRocketN00b Twitter: @rocketn00b
    The Rocketry Show Podcast

  11. #101
    Join Date
    14th July 2015
    Location
    Randolph, NJ
    Posts
    2,586
    Sounds like you guys are off to a good start. Keep it going, we're all rooting for you.

  12. #102
    Join Date
    26th July 2009
    Location
    Cornelius NC
    Posts
    597
    Article on cigarette chemicals :

    http://healthliteracy.worlded.org/do...1whats_in.html


    Chemicals in cigarettes and cigarette smoke are known to cause not only cancer but also other serious health problems. Many of the chemicals are poisonous. If a person ate one pack of cigarettes, he/she would die.

    Familiar Chemicals in Cigarettes

    Chemical

    Found in:

    carbon monoxide-car exhaust

    nicotine-bug sprays

    tar-material to make roads

    arsenic-rat poison

    ammonia-cleaning products

    hydrogen cyanide-gas chamber poison

    cyanide-deadly poison

    acetone-nail polish remover

    butane-cigarette lighter fluid

    DDT-insecticides

    formaldehyde-to preserve dead bodies

    sulfuric acid-car batteries

    cadmium-used to recharge batteries

    freon-damages earth's ozone layer

    geranic acid-a fragrance

    methoprene-a pesticide

    maltitol-a sweetener not permitted to be used in foods in the U.S.

    Sources: Dr. Joel Dunnington, Tobacco Almanac, Revised, May
    Earth: The Insane Asylum of the Universe, nowhere else could things be this screwed up.
    Tripoli# 14243

  13. #103
    Join Date
    11th November 2014
    Posts
    616
    Quote Originally Posted by lcorinth View Post
    So far, so good, but I still keep thinking about smoking. I feel a little sluggish. Technically, I think I'm pretty much nicotine free at this point, as my last one was last Saturday night a little after midnight.

    I had a thought.

    This wanting a cigarette thing kind of feels like when you haven't had your coffee, and you really need a cup.

    I know it's a bad idea to give up too much at once. But I thought, maybe if I can hold off having coffee for half a day - or even a whole day - until my brain is screaming for it, then finally have a cup, and feel a ton better... maybe my brain will feel satisfied and happy about the coffee and forget about the cigarettes.

    Any ex-smokers ever try this?
    Quote Originally Posted by dhbarr View Post
    I wouldn't. Nicotine cranky + caffeine headache could be quite the hurdle.

    Just stay the course!
    I agree, don't overcomplicate things. Too much at once, weren't you also addicted to Pepsi/sugar, and you gave that up simultaneously.

    Plus, there actually are a lot of findings that coffee is beneficial (not sure why people thought it was bad for you).

    Disclaimer -- coffee is pretty much my only vice.

  14. #104
    Join Date
    12th February 2013
    Posts
    6,954
    Quote Originally Posted by noffie79 View Post
    I've had one cigarette in the last 24 hours. What makes this harder is when you receive a discount in the mail to continue smoking. One of these coupons combined with a $1.50 off mobile coupon means I could get two packs of cigarettes for about $5. I still haven't bought any, but my girlfriend decided she's not ready to quit. I'd be good to go, but when she gets home later, I know the urge to smoke will go up for me. Click image for larger version. 

Name:	ImageUploadedByRocketry Forum1483821179.708731.jpg 
Views:	53 
Size:	101.7 KB 
ID:	308777
    These companies are interested in keeping you hooked. Don't fall for it!

    When I was in college, somehow I got mailed a coupon for a free carton of cigarettes. Either Marlboro or Camel, I don't remember. I had smoked occasional cigarettes, but wasn't a regular smoker. I still decided to cash in the coupon and got the carton, and just gave most of the packs to friends and roommates who already smoked. Those coupons had been mailed directly to me and were imprinted with either my name or a number to identify which individuals in the campaign cashed them in. A couple weeks after using the first coupons, I got another set of coupons in the mail. Some were for free packs, and others were for buy-one-get-two deals. I gave them away. Then I started getting buy-one-get-one coupons. Then buy two-get-one. Then a dollar off a pack. It went on for a couple of months, with progressively less valuable offers. I consider that a pretty cold-hearted effort to get me addicted to smoking. They invested some cash over those months trying to get me hooked. I consider myself lucky never to have developed a smoking habit, especially considering the amount of exposure I had to smoking in those years.

  15. #105
    Join Date
    11th November 2014
    Posts
    616
    Quote Originally Posted by ThirstyBarbarian View Post
    These companies are interested in keeping you hooked. Don't fall for it!

    When I was in college, somehow I got mailed a coupon for a free carton of cigarettes. Either Marlboro or Camel, I don't remember. I had smoked occasional cigarettes, but wasn't a regular smoker. I still decided to cash in the coupon and got the carton, and just gave most of the packs to friends and roommates who already smoked. Those coupons had been mailed directly to me and were imprinted with either my name or a number to identify which individuals in the campaign cashed them in. A couple weeks after using the first coupons, I got another set of coupons in the mail. Some were for free packs, and others were for buy-one-get-two deals. I gave them away. Then I started getting buy-one-get-one coupons. Then buy two-get-one. Then a dollar off a pack. It went on for a couple of months, with progressively less valuable offers. I consider that a pretty cold-hearted effort to get me addicted to smoking. They invested some cash over those months trying to get me hooked. I consider myself lucky never to have developed a smoking habit, especially considering the amount of exposure I had to smoking in those years.
    Yeah, it is pretty sad. They used to hit colleges, and they also hit the military bases when I was in. Sad to say, most smokers I knew started when they were between 12 & 15, so I guess going after people in college or military age was just kind of a mop-up operation.

    Sad to say, but the tobacco companies are a lot like drug dealers who would give you your first hit of cocaine or heroin for free, and then suck the money (& life) from you when you were addicted.

  16. #106
    Join Date
    23rd July 2011
    Location
    Butte, MT
    Posts
    1,470
    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lone_Beagle View Post
    Yeah, it is pretty sad. They used to hit colleges, and they also hit the military bases when I was in. Sad to say, most smokers I knew started when they were between 12 & 15, so I guess going after people in college or military age was just kind of a mop-up operation.

    Sad to say, but the tobacco companies are a lot like drug dealers who would give you your first hit of cocaine or heroin for free, and then suck the money (& life) from you when you were addicted.
    The mine here gave smoke breaks to smokers, but not to non-smokers. Result? People started smoking in order to get breaks. It doesn't take much to affect human behaviors.


    Steve Shannon
    Steve Shannon
    L3CC, TAP, Director, Tripoli Rocketry Association

  17. #107
    Join Date
    11th January 2013
    Location
    Old Bridge,,,,,,,,,,,,, New Jersey
    Posts
    4,760
    Don't you guy's remember the Camel Smokin Joe ads..
    I think in the 90's..
    Weren't they sued for intentionally making Smokin Joe the Camel look like a cartoon character for just these reasons..
    So the cigarettes were more appealing to kids...

    Teddy




    www.Onebadhawk.com

    Ted Chernok
    Old Bridge New Jersey
    Radical Rocketeers
    MDRA
    METRA- BoD
    NAR # 87063
    Tripoli # 14443
    Level 3

  18. #108
    Join Date
    11th November 2014
    Posts
    616
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Shannon View Post
    The mine here gave smoke breaks to smokers, but not to non-smokers. Result? People started smoking in order to get breaks. It doesn't take much to affect human behaviors.


    Steve Shannon
    That's exactly what a lot of the enlisted told me when I was in the Marines...if you were a smoker, you got a smoke break, if you didn't smoke, you had to keep on working. Guess what? People started smoking.

    You are correct, it doesn't take much to affect behavior, especially when there are issues of "fairness" (for lack of a better term). Why one group of people would get something that wasn't available for everyone just doesn't seem right.

  19. #109
    Join Date
    12th February 2013
    Posts
    6,954
    I worked at a place where smokers would take a smoke break, and there was one guy who would never actually smoke. He would grab a pack of smokes and a lighter and head outside with the smokers, hold a cigarette in his hand or put it in his mouth but never actually light it.

  20. #110
    Join Date
    7th August 2014
    Posts
    295
    Sneaky bugger!
    BuiltFromTrash
    First RMS Flight: June-17 2015
    Pringles Can Rocket
    G53-FJ-7 (29-40/120) 92 Newton-Seconds
    ~1300 Ft

  21. #111
    Join Date
    25th October 2016
    Location
    Texas, United States
    Posts
    1,602
    Quote Originally Posted by ThirstyBarbarian View Post
    I worked at a place where smokers would take a smoke break, and there was one guy who would never actually smoke. He would grab a pack of smokes and a lighter and head outside with the smokers, hold a cigarette in his hand or put it in his mouth but never actually light it.
    Have you read The Fault in Our Stars by John Green?

  22. #112
    Join Date
    12th February 2013
    Posts
    6,954
    Quote Originally Posted by Incongruent View Post
    Have you read The Fault in Our Stars by John Green?
    I have not. Is there something similar, with a person taking a smoke break but not smoking?

  23. #113
    Join Date
    2nd August 2009
    Location
    CT
    Posts
    94
    Quote Originally Posted by lcorinth View Post
    Made it seven days. Tomorrow's my birthday. It gets easier.
    Keep up the good work. I for one am rooting for you. Happy Birthday too!

  24. #114
    Join Date
    25th October 2016
    Location
    Texas, United States
    Posts
    1,602
    Quote Originally Posted by ThirstyBarbarian View Post
    I have not. Is there something similar, with a person taking a smoke break but not smoking?
    There's a character who holds an unlit cigarette in their mouth as a metaphor, no spoilers, but it's "putting the killing thing in your mouth and not letting it do the killing."

    Probably phrased differently though.

  25. #115
    Join Date
    2nd March 2010
    Location
    N.Haverhill,NH
    Posts
    7,091
    WOW! I missed this thread. I am so glad for all of you !!!!
    BE TOUGHER than the cigs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    NAR 90998
    SAM 0322
    Give Blood!
    Everything there is to know , is to know what you don't know.
    Somedays its hard to stay centered on being eccentric.
    I like Fat-Bottomed Rockets
    Temple of the Dog

  26. #116
    Join Date
    2nd March 2010
    Location
    N.Haverhill,NH
    Posts
    7,091
    Quote Originally Posted by lcorinth View Post
    Made it seven days. Tomorrow's my birthday. It gets easier.

    I think the most of it is mental. "this is when I'd normally have a cigarette - what do I do with myself now?" Breaks at work are a big one there.
    OH YAAAAAAAAAA!!! I have to say, it took me a year to get all the triggers out of the way.I think part it took a year because we have 4 seasons in NH
    I rode the motorcycle first time in the spring..usually had a smoke when I got off.
    Ridding up the ski lift..usually had a smoke.
    Mowing the lawn..
    I didn't have an issue with smoking while drinking.cuz I don't drink.
    That did make it easier for me, not drinking.
    Anywhoo--time does heal and the grip will get lighter everyday.
    I'll be hitting 4 years here..but most important..I haven't smoked TODAY!!!!!
    NAR 90998
    SAM 0322
    Give Blood!
    Everything there is to know , is to know what you don't know.
    Somedays its hard to stay centered on being eccentric.
    I like Fat-Bottomed Rockets
    Temple of the Dog

  27. #117
    Join Date
    5th August 2014
    Location
    Boston, MA
    Posts
    857
    Today's my 11th day cold turkey. I've saved just over $100, and the worst of it was the first three days, particularly days 2 and 3.

    But I still feel a little cloudy in the brain - a little bit foggy or groggy - and can't help feeling like "this feeling would go away with a cigarette."

    Everything I read says the worst of it is that first few days. I think part of what makes it hard is the habits we form when smoking, and suddenly times when we would smoke, we're not, so what do we do with each other. And unlike some other - illegal - drugs, lapsing with smoking is so easy because cigarettes are everywhere. All you have to do is pop into a corner shop and grab a pack.

    This foggy feeling I'm feeling, it may or may not be due to something else. Concurrent with this quitting, I'm having a skin allergy thing, and am taking a medication for it. It may be that, but I don't think so. Still, it might be.

    I've been sleeping a ton. I'm on day 1 of a 5 day vacation (staycation), and I slept about 13 hours or more last night.

    I keep telling myself that the brain and body adapt. That before I was a smoker, it's not like I was always cloudy in the brain, that cigarettes didn't cure that. That, in fact, cigarettes caused a dependency in me that most people don't have.

    But I'm having trouble thinking straight, or writing. And I haven't touched a rocket in a while, because I just feel so out of it.

    So, for those of you who've quit, I'd like to know kind of what I might expect. How long does this foggy feeling last? I'm not having withdrawals like I was the first few days, but I'd like to feel awake when I'm awake. And maybe have the energy to build some rockets and work on my rocket blog. This foggy feeling has to fade eventually. I just don't know how long it usually takes.
    Daniel J. Petrie - The Rocket N00b - NAR # 100015
    rocketn00b.blogspot.com
    facebook.com/rocketn00b
    YouTube: youtube.com/TheRocketN00b Twitter: @rocketn00b
    The Rocketry Show Podcast

  28. #118
    Join Date
    15th October 2016
    Location
    Huntsville AL
    Posts
    951
    Found this on some quit-smoking community. (If a sport rocketry forum exists, I really shouldn't be surprised that a quit-smoking community exists either)

    The Long Haul: Weeks 2-4

    The first week usually brings the majority of withdrawal symptoms. Moving into the following weeks, they gradually begin to fade away.
    Insomnia: Usually resolves by the end of week one.
    Fatigue: Energy levels may be low for 2-4 weeks.
    Mental fatigue/feeling foggy: Mental clarity should begin to pick up in about 2 weeks.
    Hunger: Appetite should return to normal in 2-4 weeks.
    Stomach upset: Heartburn, nausea and stomach pain taper around 2 weeks, constipation may last for up to 4 weeks.
    Cough/Mucus production: These may persist past 4 weeks, although they often begin to get better in about 2-3 weeks.


    Throughout the entire withdrawal process, from day one on, the biggest challenge will be the nicotine cravings and the stress that is associated with them. These cravings cause extreme anxiety and agitation. A hallmark of quitting cigarettes is the bad mood, high temper, and frustration that a smoker experiences. This desire for another cigarette can seem nearly constant throughout the first week. Over the next weeks, however, cravings begin to taper off. Less cravings are experienced and they do not last as long as before.
    Without smoking, there is time during the day that needs to be occupied, and it is difficult to find ways to divert attention or to find new ways to spend that time.
    As these cravings begin to go away, the associated mood disturbances also fade. Without constantly battling the desire to smoke again, stress levels go down.Edginess and shortness of temper can ease after week one, and then gradually smooth out over the next month, although some occasional outbursts may persist. Restlessness and boredom are often the last side effects to cease. Smoking cigarettes fills time and has become a habit that is very hard to break. This sense of restlessness does gradually improve, but is still something many quitters feel even past the 4 week mark.

    Although insomnia should peak during weak one and only come sporadically through the next three weeks, fatigue and loss of concentration or mental ability may continue to be bothersome in weeks 2-4. Since nicotine is a stimulant, the body has learned to function with increased levels of chemicals like acetylcholine and vasopressin in the brain, which work to improve memory and enhance cognitive function.

    Generally, the first two weeks of this side effect are the worst, and then it also begins to normalize as more time passes. Associated weight gain is also considered a side effect, although the gain is usually very small, only 5-10 pounds. This weight gain may begin in the first week, and slowly increase through weeks 2-4.
    There is no real timeline for withdrawal symptoms, because each quitting experience is unique. However, as a general rule of thumb, many of the physical symptoms like dizziness or headache fade quickly, and are not very severe. The emotional, mental, and behavioral symptoms tend to persist much longer and produce many more problems, but can be managed and overcome.

  29. #119
    Join Date
    5th August 2014
    Location
    Boston, MA
    Posts
    857
    Quote Originally Posted by Nytrunner View Post
    Found this on some quit-smoking community. (If a sport rocketry forum exists, I really shouldn't be surprised that a quit-smoking community exists either)
    Thanks for posting that. I guess I don't even have the energy or clarity of mind to Google stuff for myself.
    Daniel J. Petrie - The Rocket N00b - NAR # 100015
    rocketn00b.blogspot.com
    facebook.com/rocketn00b
    YouTube: youtube.com/TheRocketN00b Twitter: @rocketn00b
    The Rocketry Show Podcast

  30. #120
    Join Date
    6th December 2013
    Location
    TX
    Posts
    2,158
    Quote Originally Posted by lcorinth View Post
    Thanks for posting that. I guess I don't even have the energy or clarity of mind to Google stuff for myself.
    Keep it up bro!


    The Fastest and Most Reliable and Transparent Way to Buy High Power Rocket Motors

    Same/Next Day Shipping, Real Time Inventory, Order Confirmation, Package Tracking

    Tripoli #3135

    Confirmed OG
    Level Too

Similar Threads

  1. Help! OpenRocket keeps quitting unexpectedly
    By rocketgeek101 in forum Rocketry Electronics and Software
    Replies: 10
    Last Post: 3rd January 2017, 04:17 AM
  2. [SOLD!] Quitting the hobby - kits for sale
    By mx774 in forum Yard Sale / Wanted
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 8th June 2015, 10:30 PM
  3. ROC January launch - Saturday 11th January 2014
    By ianwalberg in forum Regional or Local Events
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 20th December 2013, 01:02 AM
  4. Anyone have any advice for quitting smoking?
    By Dork_Vader in forum The Watering Hole
    Replies: 70
    Last Post: 7th July 2013, 06:49 PM
  5. Smoking CA
    By bguff in forum Techniques
    Replies: 12
    Last Post: 7th April 2008, 06:42 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •