You know, in my career I have done a lot of things. I started as an actor, writer, director, producer, and I starred in the films like "Friday The 13th Part 5," "Busted," "Once Bitten" with Jim Carey, "National Lampoon’s Last Resort" and television shows like "Knight Rider," "Night Court," and "Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories." Now I’m a radio talk show host on "Dominick in the Morning" here in Montana.

This Thursday at 8 a.m. on "Dominick In The Morning," I am going to do something I never thought I would do. I am going to chew tobacco. Why? Tobacco is a problem in Montana and I was surprised to find out some of my friends in Bozeman chew it. I really don't understand that.

My friends who chew have warned me that I might get sick. They told me stories about how they got sick the first time they did it.

So, if the first time you try chew you get dizzy and sick, why would you do it again? I am willing to get sick just to show the young people of Montana how gross this stuff is.

Maybe this will be just the thing parents need to prove to their kids how bad chew is.