Author Topic: One moron's road to recovery  (Read 305 times)


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One moron's road to recovery
« on: December 03, 2017, 06:07:30 AM »
I write this sitting in a coffee shop in downtown Austin at the end of a bicycle ride (hopping the train back to Colorado tomorrow to regroup) having postponed starting this sub-forum but reckon it's past time to 'fess up to being a recovering drunk.

For whatever reason(s) until I hit bottom a couple of years ago (ouch but the bounce has been worth it :nod) it seemed like a good idea to drink a couple of pints of vodka just about every day for a decade or so...

and NOW you get a part of the moron thing.

I have nothing against morons and don't want to condemn by association ;) but frick I was sick: diseased thinking which resulted in diseased behavior and the kind of stuff that happens, when that happens.

Anyway: I trust Mr. Thompson was right and appreciate his take on the topic.

God loves a drunk

There's a lot of power in that performance. :nod
Seriousness is not a virtue ... Satan fell by force of gravity.

G.K. Chesterton


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Re: One moron's road to recovery
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 09:30:12 AM »
it seems to me that there is not only a lot of power in this performance, but in many of Mr. Thompson's performances live or in the recording studio