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Hey by Samuel Fanwill - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 14:27:32 EST ID:Oz9cRT8I No.29863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's going to be OK. Let go and let God. Do you have a higher power in your life yet? It can be anything. Alcoholism is a spiritual disease man. Please turn to page 153 of the Big Book ($25 by the coffee table that is one of the traditions we don't take donations). This completes my 240 hours of community service. I'm out of this bitch. Got to go and pay $3000 to get this fucking interlock removed.
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Thomas Clambledot - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 17:30:51 EST ID:Oz9cRT8I No.29872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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And always remember: Tomorrow is a new day.
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Martin Dendernet - Mon, 07 May 2018 17:24:59 EST ID:RJ0RYzJt No.29882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A CULT
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Sidney Blollermot - Wed, 16 May 2018 22:50:58 EST ID:Oz9cRT8I No.29893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>29882
Hey man, AA is NOT A CULT. Bill W. (PBUH) made it clear that we are to have no religious or political affiliation. Now who wants to stick around and mop out this church basement after the meeting?

You need to have an attitude of gratitude, brother. Remember, pain is the touchstone of spiritual growth. You're only as sick as your secrets.
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Samuel Chunderwater - Fri, 18 May 2018 11:31:26 EST ID:5Vnf/8sL No.29896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29893

We can laugh, but those poor fucks

Aa is a mousetrap for the mental ill, and should be burned to the ground
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Hamilton Clebbleham - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 14:40:46 EST ID:Tkla8QZl No.30014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
AA IS A SUPPORT GROUP.

oh noooooooooo. how tewwible. People wanting to quit and using spirituality as a tool to do so. Finding out that empathy exists all around.
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Rehab jones - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 03:21:50 EST ID:uSTs6zpz No.30017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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They sent me to rehab now I’m required to attend meeting. AA NA CA it’s a big pity party.
>you’ve got a resentment
You’re god damn right I have a resentment. Your higher power is bullshit and I’m sick of your 12 step shuffle
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Cornelius Sonnerwell - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 13:47:54 EST ID:Tkla8QZl No.30018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30017
Grow up.
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Graham Bipperfore - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 17:02:21 EST ID:/qQm2UT6 No.30031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
instead of being addicted to drugs, get addicted to people, what can go wrong? I mean, you could try getting some professional help from people who actually read anything more than leaftets they are handing out and work on your addictive personality issues but who would waste time on this crap, right?
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Keith B - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 12:37:33 EST ID:ZASTjFXm No.30046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>29863 Look mate, I'm 29 years clean through NA and considering the destruction of my life prior to coming to the rooms I'm grateful to be clean.
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Barnaby Hugglestock - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 19:53:09 EST ID:J1eaXtK+ No.30048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30017
Violates your right to free association and religion for a court to require you to go to AA or NA. Buddhist dude in Hawaii sued the state for ordering him to go to AA and he won on those grounds.

Also their methodology is outdated (addiction is not a lifelong disease), founded on moralistic bullshit (Bill W got clean after a psychospiritual breakthrough from LSD) and it's not clear how successful the program is since they either don't track their success rate or don't release that info. If it helps some people, cool, but it never worked for me. Only until I did ibogaine and stopped following their stupid ass religious manifesto did I find the meaning I lacked in my life, and I found it and defined for MYSELF, without hanging out with a bunch of depressed fucks with arrested development who think they're forever cursed by old behaviors
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Nell Pickshit - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 13:59:26 EST ID:XpKlgg0A No.30052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Who the fuck buys a big book? They'll just give you that shit for free.
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Clara Pittfield - Sat, 21 Jul 2018 05:17:15 EST ID:0q7uyVKP No.30056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30046
NA is kinda different than AA.
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Clara Pittfield - Sat, 21 Jul 2018 05:18:39 EST ID:0q7uyVKP No.30057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30052
Eh, i have seen otherwise as well.
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George Denningdale - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 03:08:13 EST ID:tFP/BFbm No.30074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30048
Yea, LSD I really do not think will keep one from being a drinker. Nor is AA really workable. i have seen people get reamed saying they got to step whatever. Where the entire hour/whatever was focused on the person lying to himself and everybody there. I know peoples sincerity, in general. I know he likely had not drank in a month, if he jumped up in a short time as that, why the fuck not.
Why demean his self-integrity, sense of self-fulfillment.

Everybody raggin on him for making progress soo darn quick, I imagine he either stayed up all night, feeling bad, or hit the liguor store, and regardless never went back to the group. Most groups have their own personalities.
I guess. This on in particular, drinking or not, hopeless fucks, who were
geared in, I am an alcoholic for life, and will continue to be helplesss hopeless with no future ambitions. Like 'one foot in the past one in tomorrow' you are pissing on today, and the idiotic saying of the past.

To succedd in the twelve step, you have to ack the past by making amends to 'all' you have harmed. Impossible at best. Other, maybe you were the one harmed and never really posed any burden on others. Make itto work, ork, drink, do it all over again.

Aside, the big book, started with a few pages. Not 'the big book's' peoples' insane self broadcasting interpretations and insane rules that seem to
point to no self-determination, self-respect, no gorals other than thos tinkets of 30 days sober. basic nothingness.

Imagine carrying around a whole lotta sober coins. Showing em off. Like medals. Not knocking these groups for those who work these work for them.

But people personalities have or should change for the better. Not stay the same, or be worse. In essence I feel AA keeps many people in a state of feeling stuck as an AA alcoholic. Other interests are kinda frowned upon.

In short I convinced my peoples, that I did not and would not attend AA, and my points were ration, very clear. From you have to go to these meetings, to well, OK.
See what you mean. My point was, I don't have to portray myself as a useless? hopeless? sober drunk my entire life to, stay sober. That ambitiousness is entirely better than ambitions to be a sober alcoholic.

In all, I did fail, over and over. But never really had any ambitions to not stay sober, a year not drinking, no issue.
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Polly Dozzlepudging - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 17:42:03 EST ID:J1eaXtK+ No.30075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30074
Speaking of coins, some bars give you a free drink if you give em your AA coin

Turns out AA isn't worthless after all!
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Fucking Branningforth - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 10:33:23 EST ID:bTvU4UAH No.30079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30014
Fuck you're stupid man. Support groups are fuckin bullshit bud. Keep wasting your life being a religious moron
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Fucking Branningforth - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 10:34:36 EST ID:bTvU4UAH No.30080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30018
Grow up and worship a doorknob right?
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Fucking Branningforth - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 10:35:43 EST ID:bTvU4UAH No.30081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30046
You got clean day one. Then you spent 29 years addicted to a phoney church. Sad.
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Fucking Branningforth - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 10:36:19 EST ID:bTvU4UAH No.30082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30056
Exactly one is called na and one is called aa. That's the main difference
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Sophie Sedgetedging - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 22:51:27 EST ID:GjQtgtw2 No.30085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>be me 5 years ago
>completely addicted to heroin, benzos, cocaine, weed etc.
>get intervention'd and sent to rehab in a different state
>get sober and move into a halfway house and drink the kool aid so to speak
>years later
>done the steps, sponsored, spoke at meetings whole nine yards
>start becoming honest with myself at what was really going on
>yes i was helped and had helped others but the majority of the people in the rooms i didn't like
>i had to be around them near daily
>i had to pretend to be someone im not to go along with them
>I had to watch person after person be the most hypocritical scumbags and fuck people over and use their "disease" as a valid excuse
>i had to ignore the endless ego-stroking and humble bragging
>i had to hear really depressing, hopeless, fucked up life stories constantly which left me feeling worse after awhile
>I had to believe that ANY return to ANY substance use of any kind whatsoever whether it be a single dose of MDMA at a music festival in spain or a joint at home in the evening after a long day at work would result in the complete destruction of my life and my eventual death
>basically started to feel like this was all bullshit
>i had made a few great friends and dated in the rooms so i felt kind of stuck
>fast forward about 6 months
>my sponsor got busted in a police raid with a pound of meth in his apartment
>he had 18 years supposedly clean and sober
>it comes out that a bunch of bigwigs in the fellowship knew about it and that he was giving newcomers drugs for sex but they didn't do anything about it or care.
>i deleted all my contacts within the program (except for 2 people whom im still close too and aren't programmed to death) and never looked back
I guess its good that if you're not in court you can leave at any time, i did have a few people try to track me down and shit afterwards but once they saw i was fine and going to move on with my life they accepted it. Its been a couple years and my vices are weed and beer and cigs and i still haven't shot dope again, but that's just my experience heh.
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Graham Shittingfoot - Tue, 07 Aug 2018 12:47:35 EST ID:bTvU4UAH No.30086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30085
Sounds like me man. I felt That massive dissonance of lying to myself too. After two years (God damnit) a guy just exploded on a few friends of mine calling em cocksuckers anything you can think of, during the meeting, so I stand up and tell him to shut the fuck up. And the room tells me that it's his turn to talk still. So I said oh ya you're all fucked fuck you all. And I left and that was that,

Thanks to that piece of shit old timer who woke me up and saved my life from aa.
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Ebenezer Dimmlestock - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 14:21:52 EST ID:uT9d9Xdu No.30087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
10/10 thread til it got serious
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keith b - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 14:43:44 EST ID:ZASTjFXm No.30096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>30081
No, took 2 years to get clean. I find talking to other addicts keeps me clean as I can say things that I would never want outside people to know about me or the things (crimes) I did. Took 12 years to do the steps..I'm a bit of a heretic I guess. I'm an older guy nearly 70 and for the record have been lifting weights 31 years now so built and healthy and I'm sure that helped. All but two of my old friends died of overdoses, aids, liver cancer (hep c) beatings etc so I'm doing okay. I'll go to a meeting tonight, pick up some newcomers on the way with transport issues.
Married a non NA woman 26 years ago and have a son. Never fucked a NA girl, tempting, but was too old to try Ha ha. Ya gotta keep a sense of humor. Atheist but knowledgeable about the main faiths. Nothing to loose about staying clean.
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Basil Dartstone - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 14:40:00 EST ID:3O0Io09x No.30097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30075
Haha I hreard about this while I was in rehab, apparently it's really common in Texas. I find that to be too hilarious. I didn't drink the Kool-Aid for a second, AA/NA is absolutely a cult and seeing how many weak minded people need that crutch to control their lives really made me thankful for my skeptic nature.
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Edwin Dinnerstere - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 00:27:01 EST ID:bTvU4UAH No.30104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30096
Oh np, if you're an old timer, might as well stick around and be their yoga or whatever.
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Edwin Dinnerstere - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 00:27:39 EST ID:bTvU4UAH No.30105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30104
>yoda
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Thomas Durryfuck - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 18:48:53 EST ID:pwqqRz9j No.30119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30085
i did the same thing on a much smaller scale 6 months total sobriety living in recovery house cause i was strung out on heroin.


As soon as i moved out of the sober house I smoked weed and just smoke weed and take benzos occasionally (which i know is playing with fire) and in November ill have a year off dope
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Thomas Durryfuck - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 18:50:06 EST ID:pwqqRz9j No.30120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30119
btw the benzo use turned into an everyday thing which is not good but luckily i have the means to a constant supply but would like to taper off ASAP


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