<<That's the last thing you could of offered, after drying out for thirty days. Geez. >>
That was probably the easiest test one could have placed before him. If he couldn't pass that one, he needs to do a U-turn and head back to the BFC. He's not going to be able to hide from alcohol. He needs to stand up to it and make himself bigger than his problems. That's doable; a fella just has to want it. He already plunked down the dough. BFC isn't cheap. I'd say he wants it.
<<Thanks but the visit to BFC was initiated by having "a few" too many "cold ones". No more "cold ones" for me...
Sounds good. What I didn't tell ya was that you only get lemonaide. I'm not sharin' my brewskies with a total stranger LOL.
Seriously, I lost a brother-in-law to alcohol, and he was only 43. It's no laughing matter. Life has too much to offer, to spend it in a stupor. If you have trouble finding some of the great stuff just waitin' for ya, lemme know. I can get you into stuff up to yer eyeballs, and it's all fun stuff. Oh, and it's less filling too. :)
<<as I on occasion still crave a Marlboro after these past few years.>>
Mmmm... Marlboros. Too bad they aren't good for ya. I still sneak a cigar from time to time. My wife doesn't even frown or fret for a second. I finally reached a point where I could actually smoke A cigarette, and still walk away from it. Then I got to the point where I could smoke cigars from time to time, and still not get re-hooked. It took many years, but the clincher was when Boy was borne. I want, more than anything else, to be a good example for him. He sees me smoke a cigar, maybe once in 6 months, and he understands that we allow ourselves a little room, as long as it doesn't become a vise.
<<Just back from a 30 day hitch at the Betty Ford Center in Palm Springs. >>
Wish I'da known. I'da come out and picked ya up and brought ya home to sit on the bluffs and look out across the ocean, and have a few cold ones. We coulda had some big laughs. Lemme know if you're that close again. I'll surely come out.
I feel better than I have in 8-10 years. Better in mind, body and spirit!!!<<
Good for ya, Mr.i. I know it's tough, as I on occasion still crave a Marlboro after these past few years. Glad to have the election over with,as it was tough keeping a middle of the road stance.
>Still off the sauce?
>Just be careful riding the scooter, ya hear.
Just back from a 30 day hitch at the Betty Ford Center in Palm Springs. I feel better than I have in 8-10 years. Better in mind, body and spirit!!!
They's alla the gnashing of gums 'bout the dominance of the "liberal" media. Din't I read somewhere that Rush Limbaugh has an awdience of 20 million? >>
Yep, that's about the size of it. I'd say that between that audience, the rise of other conservative media outlets, and the shrinking audience of the likes of CBS et al, the wallet is voting against mainstream media. They were getting bull