Tuesday, February 17, 2009

fancy car + things real


a new Pinaforina








todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that I'm right where I should be

that nothing is hopeless until I give up

that I do my best (usually) to constantly be aware of the importance of Step 10

that I usually know when I've done the next wrong thing (I've probably written this before here, but it is on my mind today)

that today is my Mom's birthday - she would have been 86 today, but she died last August


You cannot prevent the birds of sorrow from flying over your head, but you can prevent them from building nests in your hair.
-Chinese Proverb



23 comments:

Scott said...

its good to be aware... and happy birthday to mom :-)

Pam said...

I'm glad you are right where you should be, so I'll know where to find you.

Mary Christine said...

Funny how we know when it's been the next wrong thing.

Mary Christine said...

Funny how we know when it's been the next wrong thing.

Jess Mistress of Mischief said...

And my alcoholic mind goes to, "gosh that thing would be hell to get into in a parking garage..." but I suppose if you can afford that car, you wouldn't worry about parking garages...

Scott W said...

So, that's why you keep your hair so short.

Happy Birthday, Pat.

steveroni said...

Why is knowing when I've done the next wrong thing on your mind todAAy?
No response needed!

dAAve, I'm in need of some more jokes, if you've heard one or two "good" ones lately...jus sayin'...

I'm asking your Mom to help you dig up a couple, on her birthday. What is her first name?

If you do not have my address, Email me. (Now there's a joke, right?)

Boston said...

happy b-day to your mom, dave. i'll be sending you and her good thoughts today.

Lou said...

how do you open the doors of that car with a bag of groceries in your hand...

Syd said...

Happy birthday to your mother. I know that you are thinking of her.

Bill said...

I'll bet your mom is eating cake right now. My mom was born in February, too, and she might be asking your mom for another slice of cake.

That is an ugly car. Those doors are so last century.

Indigo said...

Happy Birthday to your mother. I truly believe she watches over you. Love the Chinese proverb. (Hugs)Indigo

Zanejabbers said...

Cool. I'm sure Pat's birthday is better than last year's, she is free and foot loose.

steveroni said...

thAAnks, dAAve!

Queenneenee said...

I swear coming to these blogs is just like going to a meeting. You always hear (read) something you needed to hear (read). I need to remember that thing about hopelessness-and not giving up. Thanks dAAve

Micky said...

Big Book
"The Twelve Traditions" of A.A. are given in this same "Big Book." Note traditions one, two, five and six:

1. - Each member of Alcoholics Anonymous is but a small part of a great whole. A.A. must continue to live or most of us will surely die. Hence our common welfare comes first. But individual welfare follows close afterward.

2. - For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority - a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience.

5. - Each Alcoholics Anonymous group ought to be a spiritual entity having but one primary purpose - that of carrying its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.

6. - Problems of money, property, and authority may easily divert us from our primary spiritual aim. (p. 565, italics in original)

For a non-religious organization to have a "primary spiritual aim" is oxymoronic.

Tradition number seven speaks of their "spiritual heritage" and number twelve reads,

12. - And finally, we of Alcoholics Anonymous believe that the principle of anonymity has an immense spiritual significance.

Indeed it does. The "immense spiritual significance" of "anonymity" is that they are walking in darkness, as it is written,

The fool walks in darkness. (Ecclesiastes 2:14)

They keep it anonymous, because they are evil and they do not want themselves and their evil deeds to be exposed, as it is written,

Everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. (John 3:20)

So, the second word in the name of the organization is "Anonymous," and this concept has an "immense spiritual significance ;" yet they are not a religious organization? You can believe that when pig meat is no longer pork.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS is a cancerous growth in our society. I have been DELIVERED – thanks to the SAVING GRACE of our LORD & SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST.

I've seen this "cult" virtually destroy people where they become these BILL & BOB ZOMBIES devoid of any emotion.

Most of the 12 STEPPERS are not dealing with their core issues and become addicted to the "droning Bill & Bob heads" that pop up and expel meaningless diatribe from their mouths.

Alcoholism is the only "disease" one doesn't recover from & one is continually confessing ones non - existent sins, which intensify the guilt and fear when one is not at a meeting (indoctrination session). AA numbs and shuts down the critical thinking section of one’s brain.

Can you see how dangerous this "cult" is? A MADMAN, BILL WILSON, started it and if you want to end up like him - keep attending meetings. The sure way to insanity is MEETINGS! MEETINGS! MEETINGS!

Micky said...

THE TRUTH ABOUT ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Filed under: Rants — spedman @ Jun 22nd, 2007

When you think about Alcoholics Anonymous you think of a group that helps those with an addiction break the habit and become sober.

You think of a program that betters someone with an addiction to alcohol.

What you do not think is cult. The truth is alcoholics anonymous is simply a cult, one of the longest lasting ones at that. Throughout this paper I will prove to you just that.

Alcoholics Anonymous was created by two alcoholics by the names of William Wilson and Dr. Bob in 1935. They wrote books on the subject and gathered at arranged meetings every week to talk about their addiction.

The program grew from there and they recruited many people with the enticing opportunity of becoming sober once again.

The problem is the program is so flawed and non-effective it is almost impossible to become sober using its set rules and guidelines.

Alcoholics Anonymous still uses these books as there doctrine today, even though they have proven not effective. How can a program be created around guidelines written by two men who continually fell back into alcoholism?

I see no way it can possibly work. Aside from its ineffectiveness, Alcoholics Anonymous runs solely on intimidation, false hopes, and the forced belief in god. Regardless of what Alcoholics denies it is very evident they promote religion.

As stated above Alcoholics Anonymous denies that they promote religion, yet constantly they say that its members must find god. It seems to me that that is promotion of religion. Federal courts even deemed Alcoholics Anonymous “unequivocally religious.”

Through out AA’s history you can find thousands of remarks dealing with religion and even the sole belief that the only thing that matters is the AA program.

Everything else must come second to AA. Here are a few things commonly stated at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings; “Alcoholics must turn to god.”, “Choosing to go to AA is choosing to find god.”, “Submission of the individual to the will of god is necessary.”, “Surrender your will to a greater will.”, “If you cannot manage yourself turn to god.”

If you cannot see that those statements are in every way religious I don’t know what will.
Aside from those statements the two founders often say that the member must rely on the program and the program alone.

If you read through their books you will be amazed at some of the things they say, often putting the program above family and other aspects of life.

I was truly amazed at this quote from William Wilson; “I decided I must place AA above everything else, even my family, because if I did not maintain sobriety I would lose them anyway.” A man placed the AA program above his family, regardless of the reason that is a very strong sense of commitment.

Many AA members read those very same words. If a founder gave up his family, would not a member do the same? “But there is one who has all power—the one is god! May you find him now?”, Simply put, AA is religious.

Alcoholics Anonymous as a group does many of the same things dangerous cults like the Manson family or Jones town did. But first we will talk about the founders of AA. Bill Wilson has become idolized.

Much like the way everyone in the Manson family did whatever Charlie said without question. His home has become a shrine, and his belongings have become highly sought after items by the 12 Step community.

Some members even believe that he could possibly have been the reincarnation of Christ. The core members, although they deny having any leaders in AA, are often referred to as “trusted servants.”

This label tags these members, the trusted servants, with a great amount of moral authority because the regular AA members believe that these members are representing AA’s history back to Bill W. and even to the Loving God AA obediently serves. Clearly this is cult like behaviour!

Let’s talk about the effectiveness of the program. The 12 Step program is NOT effective. If it were not for one leaked document there would not be much proof of to aide these remarks.

Alcoholics Anonymous never releases any sort of documentation on the success of rehabilitating alcoholics. So naturally they can say they are the greatest in the world or that they have a 100% success rate.

But, in 1989 an internal document was released, and on this document was statistics. It showed that 81% of AA members leave after one month, 90% of AA members leave after three months, 93% of AA members leave after six months, and 95% of AA members leave before twelve months.

Alcoholics Anonymous has a success rate of 5%! It gets better. A percentage as small as 5% is considered to be spontaneous. This means that those 5% would have recovered without Alcoholics Anonymous. Let me break it down one more time just to make sure you get it. Success rate with AA: 5%, success rate without AA: 5%.

A side note, Hospitals gave alcoholics LSD, a hallucinogen type drug, to break down alcohol cravings. This abnormal treatment had a 15% success rate, theoretically proving that LSD is three times more effective at recovering alcoholics then Alcoholics Anonymous.

A former Alcoholics Anonymous spokes person said; “A majority of AA members slip after one month. Others stay dry up to six months but eventually slip before the twelfth month.” Coming from a former spokesperson I think maybe people should take that into consideration.

Another quote from a spokesperson; “95% of newcomers do not ever attend a second meeting.” How great can your policy be if you cannot even entice people to come more than once? The 5% of people who join AA would quit on their own. No need for the middle man.

Despite this alarming failure rate, Alcoholics Anonymous claims to be the only path to salvation. Alcoholics Anonymous tells its members that they must accept its doctrine despite its discrepancies.

The 12 Step program provides no methods of quitting, simply to just quitting drinking. How many people do you know that can simply quit an addiction? One would think that they would revise their methods to get better results.

Instead AA just says their program requires an unquestioning belief in obedience. When the program doesn’t work they just blame the person for failing, it is never AA’s fault.

The original founders tended to classify alcoholism as a “sin disease”. This is not possible. For one the philosophy of a “sin disease” is not possible in a free society. This is not a country run on religion.

Therefore again proving AA to be religious. By slapping the idea of alcoholism being a sin on its members it again gains the upper hand and has the ability to control its members by saying anything they want as long as it’s in the name of god. As soon as you go to AA it is very hard to get away.

Remember, it is a cult. AA is very possessive. They go to great lengths to bring you back. There are documentations of intimidation tactics being used, continuous phone calls, members often telling you that you will be damned if you do not return. They take growing their ranks very seriously.

Let’s break AA down. Alcoholics Anonymous is a highly religious group that thrives on the writings of its founders and put all of their belief in the writings and the 12 Step program.

Regardless of if it actually works. The members put the core members and the program above anything else in their lives. If it were necessary for AA to have the deed of their house they would give it to them.

They do not second guess anything AA tells them to do, remember it is “gods will.” If a member becomes an alcoholic again, it is in no way the program’s fault. The program always works as long as the member has total dedication and full belief in the power of “god.”

Friends, if Alcoholics Anonymous is not a cult I don’t know what is. If you cannot see this by reading this paper then by all means go to any of the sources on my work cited paper.

They have plenty of links and valid information based on Harvard studies and trustworthy sources. You can make your own decision, but it is very evident: Alcoholics Anonymous is unquestionably a cult.

Micky said...

ONCE MORE
Once more unto the meeting, dear STEPPERS, once more;
or close the Group up with our Chairman in bed.

In peace there's nothing so becomes a man
as modest STEPPISM, and INSANITY :

But when the blast of the “drunk-a-logs” blows in our ears,
Then imitate the action of the ZOMBIE;

Stiffen the sinews, summon up the blood,
Disguise fair nature with hard-favour'd rage;

Then lend the eye to HOW IT WORKS;
Let it pry through the portage of the head
Like the brass cannon; let the mind be PROGRAMMED.

As fearfully as doth a galled rock
Overhang and jutty his confounded base,
Swilled with the wild and wasteful SHAPE SHIFTING REPTILES.

Now set the teeth and stretch the nostril wide
hold hard the breath and bend up every BRAIN CELL
To his full height.

On, on, you noble 12 STEPPER
whose mind is completely gone!
Fathers that, like so many PSYCHOPATHS
have in these parts from morn till even fought
and sheathed their BIG BOOKS for lack of argument:

Dishonour not your SPONSORS ; now attest
that those whom you called “old-timers” did beget you.

Be copy now to men of grosser blood,
and teach them how to go INSANE.

And you, good woman,
Whose brain was altered with SATANISM, show us here
The mettle of your pasture; let us 13th STEP you
That you are worth your breeding; which I doubt not;

For there is none of you so mean and base,
That hath not noble LUST in your eyes.

I see you stand like BILL & BOB CLONES in the slips,
Straining upon the start. The game's afoot:

Follow your SPONSOR, and upon this charge
cry “KEEP COMING BACK!” IT WORKS IF YOU WORK IT”!

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Micky said...

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Follow your SPONSOR, and upon this charge
cry “KEEP COMING BACK!” IT WORKS IF YOU WORK IT”!

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Micky said...

Follow your SPONSOR, and upon this charge
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Micky said...

On, on, you noble 12 STEPPER
whose mind is completely gone!
Fathers that, like so many PSYCHOPATHS
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Micky said...

And you, good woman,
Whose brain was altered with SATANISM, show us here
The mettle of your pasture; let us 13th STEP you
That you are worth your breeding; which I doubt not;

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