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Keep an open mind, but be sure it isn't open at both ends!
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An alcoholic is a person who takes a drink for a reason.
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From the patron medico of A.A., Dr. William D. Silkworth: "Nothing is ever so bad that a drink won't make worse."
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As an example of the terrible effect liquor has on some people, there was the case of the Scotchman who thought he was getting one drink free every...
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Kate S. at Midland, Mich., tells of a drinking friend and neighbor coming by late one evening after doing a considerable amount of imbibing to tell...
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The Secretary of the San Francisco Group reports the following call: Lady on phone: "Will you please help me with my husband? He's tearing up the...
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Jack London's autobiographical novel, John Barleycorn, concludes with the following paragraph: "They (the younger generation) will know of the saloon...
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Walking his beat in a big city park one moonlit evening, a policeman noticed a stooped-over drunk teetering perilously on the edge of a small lake....
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The following (humorous) account has been adapted to the experience of a well-to-do alcoholic who wakes up in a sanitarium after a slip. MR. A.: Ha,...
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One sleety winter evening, visibility zero, the doors of a saloon flew open and three drunks staggered in. The first stumbled into a telephone booth...