Despite not understanding the addictive process and the way it changes one’s brain chemistry, “T. Trent” feels qualified to speak for addicts—knowing what they need. He claims to feel “empathy” for addicts; yet his words suggest only contempt. The inspiration for his ideas must have come from a John Wayne movie.
Thankfully, the majority of us gave up knowing it all after high school.
"...Nixon got us out, mm a republican..."
Ford withdrew U.S. troops from Vietnam in 1975, the year after Nixon resigned. Johnson and Nixon both escalated that war.
"...And Wade, next time u want to call names, do it to my face like a man, not a child..."
Wade clearly identified himself as the writer of the column. That's "man" enough.
Contrast this to the previous comment, which may have been written by someone other than the real "Dirtball."
St. Petersburgs power brokers emphasizedabove all elsethe importance of a politically correct police chief.
Well, they got him. And this is the trade-off.
What a shame...yet another example of notoriously corrupt Mexican law-enforcement officials.
instead of peppering Andisheh with childish insults and irrelevant metaphors, tell us specifically what he was wrong aboutand how he was wrong about it.
Perhaps you would be better suited for the front lines in Iraq. They could definitely use more troops for that much-touted surge.
Theres no such thing as a former or recovered alcoholic or drug addict. Alcoholism and drug addiction are progressive diseases that involve biological changes to the brain, and must always be managed, much like diabetes.
The proper term when referring to someone who is clean and sober is recovering.
Its not unusual for someone who has been in recovery for several decades to relapse. Staying clean and sober is an ongoing process; hence the term recovering.
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