Better review your information sources vis-a-vis tobacco.
It's an open-and-shut slam-dunk.
If you can cite any credible source anywhere that says tobacco is not
addictive, I might be interested to look at it.
Addiction and the susceptibility to it is really different from person
to person. Some of us are fairly immune, others are very susceptible
and those folks can find themselves addicted to any number of things.
It might just be the lack of the "will power" gene.
Getting a bit grumpy because you're missing something you enjoy is not the same as almost dying due to a chemical imbalance. I suggest you look up addictions to some of the more powerful drugs people inject, then get things into perspective.
If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in.
From accounts of people I know who have successfully kicked nicotine, I
take away the notion that it goes way, way, way, waaaaaay beyond that -
although I have never heard of physical illness - as in vomiting or
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