That was AWESOME! AND he didn't break his anonymity! I can't watch those late night shows because their humor is always at someone's expense. It was so refreshing to see him, sober soul that he is, have compassion for the vulnerable.Thanks Daave!
You are late in posting today, thus screwing up my NORMAL routine....please don't let it happen again ;)Don't ya just love that clip? I've seen it several times, but when it's been sent to me (like on your blog) I simply can not resist re-watching it. It gives me goosebumps.
I'm with Pam, I can watch it over and over. I have a lot of admiration for CF for doing that bit.
Dear dAAve,love CF, can't stand waiting and watching a video at 5 sec. intervals. After about 9 minutes and not getting to the juicy part -I give up. I guess Hi-Speed internet would get it in a flash.Anyway, from the comments I assume he revealed that he is in AA?Sign me out "too impatient in SW Houston."
Thanks dAAve. the clip is just what I needed on my blog today...so I liberated it.
Wonderful!Well worth 12 minutes of my life. ;-)Peace,ScoutPS I watched it on Barbara's blog and came over to see what you had to say about it.
Very nice daave. How did you know I was 44..
yeah. when I started coming the ''rehab" or "aa+ therapy' route wasnt nearly so prevalent. I never suggest that route, and I have never wanted to make money or a profession out of helping people get sober. i like it to be free, the same way it was offered to me. I am SO hopeless when it comes to knowing who is not drinking so i ddnt know about this guy. reminds me of the good old days, when people were not nearly as worried about steppping on people's toes by suggesting a FREE recovery method.
greAAT clip! Thanks!
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