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Re: anybody can be an addict, not everybody can be a drunk Blue Tue Feb 23 21:00:19 2010


I have a hard time doing anything you suggest I do,

AA is attraction, not promotion... and I have to be frank here,

You are not very attractive....

In fact, I find your rants impulsive...

On Feb 23, 11:30 pm, "Rule #63" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Feb 24, 1:58 pm, Blue <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > On Feb 23, 9:16 pm, "Rule #63" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > I'm truly grateful I don't qualify for AA membership.
> > > Bob
> > HA! Robert, you really don't know how to keep things simple do
> > you..... honestly.
> Can't get much simpler than I did there, Blue
> Any simpler and it would be simplistic, like your Tradition Three.
> Maybe one day you will learn that the steps, and what Bill opined
> about the steps, and the Traditions, and what Bill opined about the
> Traditions, can be completely different things.
> I suggest you check out the history, where Dr Bob and the old timers
> vigorously opposed them until Dr Bob, under intense pressure from Bill
> relented while almost on his death bed.
> At the conference they were introduced, feeling was the Traditions
> would be rejected if Bill proposed them, so they were put forward by a
> nominee.
> > You are NOT an AA member anyway, you don't go to meetings, you don't
> > contribute or support AA,  so the traditions have nothing to do with
> > you....
> Other than I actually do occasionally contribute Geek stuff to local
> AA, I've made no secret of that
> >of course you're going to trash the traditions...choosing not
> > to be a part of is just killing you inside I'm sure.
> You wish, maybe
> Bob

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