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108 - August 19, 2007 8:23 pm

Name:

Lenny

Location:

Flag Barkhamsted CT.USA

Comments:

What does "Boiled as an owl mean?a83xz

Reply: It means "drunk".

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107 - August 18, 2007 2:28 pm

Name:

glen m.

Location:

Flag san antonio,tx. usa

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i hear a.a. paid bill's secretary not to write her memories in a book is there any truth to this just wondering since the myth was told to me.... thank you enjoyed your site.

Reply: Well, if they did, they didn't pay her enough. Nell Wing's book is called "Grateful to Have Been There" and it was published in 1992.

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106 - August 14, 2007 11:22 pm

Name:

Dave G.

Location:

Flag Apache Jct. Az.

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Just visiting!

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105 - August 12, 2007 11:24 pm

Name:

Rocky B

Location:

Flag Lake Stevens Wa. USA

Comments:

When an alcoholic drinks alcohol it stays in what chemical form longer than in normal people to set up the phenomenon of craving Thank you.

Reply: Rocky, Check out Father Martin's book "Chalk Talk" for your answer. If I look it up for you, you don't learn anything, and that's more than half the fun of the research.

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104 - August 11, 2007 2:46 am

Name:

hugh s

Location:

Flag dickson, tn,usa

Comments:

great site

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103 - August 9, 2007 11:02 pm

Name:

Rocky B.

Location:

Flag Lake Stevens Wa.

Comments:

When an alcoholic drinks alcohol it stays in a certain chemical form longer than it does in a normal person thereby trigering the phenomenon of craving. Can you tell me what that chemical that is. Thank you.

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102 - August 9, 2007 10:56 pm

Name:

Rocky B.

Location:

Flag Lake Stevens Wa.

Comments:

When an alcoholic drinks alcohol it stays in a certain chemical form longer than it does in a normal person thereby trigering the phenomenon of craving. Can you tell me what that chemical that is. Thank you.

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101 - August 5, 2007 3:46 pm

Name:

mike g

Location:

Flag pa

Comments:

who wrote chapter To Wives,,,, and the chapter to the employers..our BB study group oldtimers say it was Bill W. others say it was Lois and Rockafeller thank you

Reply: Chapter to Wives was written by Bill, the chapter to Employers was written by Hank P.

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100 - August 5, 2007 7:33 am

Name:

Jon S

Location:

Flag Richmond. KY USA

Comments:

Who the Chapter to the Employers

Reply: Hank P.

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99 - August 3, 2007 3:44 pm

Name:

janet/r

Location:

Flag humble,tx,usa

Comments:

What was the last thing Dr. Bob said to Bill?

Reply: See page 342 of Bill's biography: "Pass It On".

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98 - August 2, 2007 11:52 pm

Name:

hugh s

Location:

Flag dickson, tn, usa

Comments:

who is the "strange alcoholic" from page 142 of the 12x12

Reply: Hugh, we dont have his name, but he was a "cross dresser".

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97 - August 2, 2007 6:58 pm

Name:

gil ob

Location:

Flag virginia beach va

Comments:

In the doctor's opinion Dr. Silkworth describes a man who
had a gastric hemmorage. Who was he referring to?

Reply: Gil, you gave a bogus address so we cant reply to you. Here's the answer:
Man brought in to Dr for treatment. Gastric Hemorrhage, pathological mental deterioration."
Page XXIX 2nd paragraph
Hank P. His story in the first edition of the big book was titled "The Unbeliever". Hank was a high-pressure kind of guy. He was called a "promoter among promoters". Hank worked for Standard Oil of New Jersey.

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