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MT

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Dear Moderator, 
Does the last (most recent) post make sense?

Would it be possible to send this string of emails (with permission of responders) to the makers of computer dusting cans?  I feel they need to know the horrific damage that has been done with the use of this product by addicts and first time experimenters.  I want them to change the formulation and make it less addictive, dangerous, and accessible to the general public.
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-MT
Would you mind shooting us an email @ info@consumered.org? We would be happy to address this issue.

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I responded to the email address you listed, but it failed twice.
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try eescobar-thomas@consumered.org

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Thank you for posting Tyler Aubrey Townsends information here. I am his mom. You kids still doing this .. STOP!!!! It killed my Tyler!!! If you die , it will kill your parents and family!! Nothings ever the same.


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I'm giving this post a caring *bump* for the newcomers and those still struggling with inhalant addiction and their loved ones.
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May all their troubled minds finally meet the peace that they so desperately sought in these cans.

May all the families of the lost find peace in their hearts, and the realization that at the end of the day, the choice to quit is on the abuser, I swear to you it's not your fault. Do not beat yourselves up, cherish those memories, and continue to raise awareness.

May all those who this demon in a can has permanently damaged find something sort of recovery, solace, and success in the wake of this terrible drug. I believe in you guys. I can't hold my thoughts together anymore, and have balance issues; but there is a place for us out here in the world. Dont hide. Step forward. Rise. No one will judge you if you try to succeed and its a bumpy road, you'll get there and it means so much that you just TRY. Keep putting one foot forward after the other.

And may all those who are still trapped in this nightmare see the pain, loss, and suffering in this list and find comfort and solace within yourself to quit, for good. I'm at over a year clean after abusing all day over a year. I'm one of the lucky ones. By the grace of God. You may not be so lucky. Don't chance it. You were meant to be so much more than a name on a obscure message board. You can quit. It's all in your head, the first week or so is rough, you're going to battle your own mind and emotions, but believe you me, you did it before these cans, you can do it after the cans. Don't separate and distance yourself. No one is disappointed in you. No one judges you. No one wants to lose you. You are at least one person's whole world.

Much love and kindness sent to everyone here, whatever your association with inhalants be, whether you are the user, the parent, the spouse, the child, the friend. You all have the methods and tools to get yourself clean. You have to commit. The more you cave the worse it gets. Commit and overcome. You can do this.
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Can you please add my daughter to the list. Her name was kassius ladawn savage. She passed away September 12 2017 from air duster her birthday is 3/8/95.she left behind a 3 year old son.
We r from Kansas. Thank you very much. I so wish this evil can could be band from all stores. It has taken to many life's!!!

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Kelleylynn....as a mom, i feel our pain. my daughter has battled the fight with duster. right now she's ok and not using, but at the very beginning of her sobriety. I pray alot. Prayers for you and your daughter also, and especially your 3 yr old grandson.
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