Category Archives: War Stories

This is if I decide to tell you what kind of drunk I was, discuss the problems instead of the solutions.

Peace Stories

I’m a stickler for program. If someone in an A.A. meeting starts talking some crap that’s not in the book — or worse yet, reading from Hazelden — it really bugs me. I don’t always bust them out on it, … Continue reading

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The Man with a Dog (and a Stick)

So my first meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous was Mother’s Day, 1997. There was a guy there who had 3 days sober. He slept on the picnic table beside the building, or on the deck behind it. When called on in … Continue reading

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My friend Dan

My friend Dan killed a guy. Hit him with his car when he was drinking. He didn’t stop drinking after it happened, either. I love judging people. It’s what feeds my ego. If I can make myself out to be … Continue reading

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