Judging by his age and girth I'm going to assume that he didn't start this habit today. However, to be fair let's assume that he did. He was probably around 35 and smokers live on average 30 years after they start. This would put him at the traditional retirement age of 65. If he quit tomorrow, how much could he save towards retirement?
He's consuming over $225,000 each morning by getting his daily fix of sugar and smoke. Note this is inflation adjusted, so that's $225k in real dollars, not inflated future dollars. If he has an employee sponsored retirement plan that matches dollar for dollar this goes up significantly. Not to mention the tax savings of contributing to it.
What daily fixes are costing you boat loads of money?