nowonmai wrote:3rd July 2012? Okay I'll check back then.
gnaruki wrote:As a 27 year old man-child who hasn't had a 30 day sobriety span since he was 15. I’m going to try it out for 30 days beginning now. I’m fairly certain all the beer from superbowl day has passed through me.
Objective: Get the coin.
If you want Dr. Phil shit tune into whatever station hes on.
Time to go pick up a carton or two……maybe some gum too.
3/7/2012 Will be the next time I post in this thread
Expat wrote:Don't do it man! The freaks in those meetings are there to convince you you're sane. I have a 1 year chip that I'm pretty sure will fetch mad coin on Ebay some day.
Kurt wrote:Expat wrote:Don't do it man! The freaks in those meetings are there to convince you you're sane. I have a 1 year chip that I'm pretty sure will fetch mad coin on Ebay some day.
Like how they say things three times in a row all the time?
I was forced to go to a meeting when I was 19 and on probation. We had to fill out this questionnaire so our Probation officer would know how to treat us. Alcohol had nothing to do with my crime (I stole soda pop) and I heard from people that when asked about alcohol you deny it to the bitter end no matter what.
So in my form I filled out I denied ever using alcohol at all. My probation officer did not believe me one bit but I stuck to "only for communion every other Sunday" story no matter what. She even interviewed people who said I made fake IDs for people and had one myself, I told her I only got into bars to listen to music. She could not get me into rehab or force me on antibuse like she did with the other college drinkers who stole pop with me since I did not put down that I drank anything on any document and booze was not a factor in my crime.
But she could make me go to Alcoholics Anonymous.
The meeting was filled with chain smokers who ate cookies. They always said stuff like "I drank so much I lost everything, everything, everything" ...it was always three times they said something when they wanted to make a point. The weird part of the meeting for me was when they started talking about drinking cleaners and solvents when they ran out of booze. (these were rural people and 24 hour beer marts were not accessable to all of them then) so all these shaking people start going on about spraying lysol into a dixie cup and mixing it with "Tang" and I said "You are kidding me? You guys drank Lysol? I don't think I belong here". Then they gave me a speech about how everyone's problems were different but many had similar problems and they needed to talk about it. That was a good answer but I left anyway since I did not have a problem.
Then I went back a few times because I was scared of my probation officer.
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