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PostSubject: Re: About   Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:37 pm

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Sure you do. That's why you abandoned me. Sad

I-I didn't mean to...

I just kind of fell into the job.

Fell huh? afro it's cool, really. I like being alone. Crying or Very sad

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PostSubject: Re: About   Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:47 pm

Shadowrenderer wrote:
CaptainJoel wrote:
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Sure you do. That's why you abandoned me. Sad

I-I didn't mean to...

I just kind of fell into the job.

Fell huh? afro it's cool, really. I like being alone. Crying or Very sad

Um...

Dan, I'm worried about you.
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PostSubject: Re: About   Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:52 pm

CaptainJoel wrote:
Shadowrenderer wrote:
CaptainJoel wrote:
Shadowrenderer wrote:
Sure you do. That's why you abandoned me. Sad

I-I didn't mean to...

I just kind of fell into the job.

Fell huh? afro it's cool, really. I like being alone. Crying or Very sad

Um...

Dan, I'm worried about you.

haha

It's cool really.


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PostSubject: Re: About   Thu Jun 19, 2008 7:01 pm

Shadowrenderer wrote:
CaptainJoel wrote:
Shadowrenderer wrote:
CaptainJoel wrote:
Shadowrenderer wrote:
Sure you do. That's why you abandoned me. Sad

I-I didn't mean to...

I just kind of fell into the job.

Fell huh? afro it's cool, really. I like being alone. Crying or Very sad

Um...

Dan, I'm worried about you.

haha

It's cool really.


flower

Okay...

Just making sure.
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PostSubject: Re: About   Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:11 pm

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Hey what the hell!

I'm not a frieken Lurker!!... Can't a guy dissapear for a month or two without being labeled a lurker?

I updated your status, you loser.

You have moderator status on the 'Tournaments' forum again, as well.







You're welcome.

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PostSubject: Re: About   Fri Jun 20, 2008 3:42 am

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Wow, I'm R's personal lackey! alien

boo

Now I'm level 1.



Just like everyone else.


Not so special Sad

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PostSubject: Re: About   Fri Jun 20, 2008 3:45 am

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Wow, I'm R's personal lackey! alien

boo

Now I'm level 1.



Just like everyone else.


Not so special Sad

Actually, I think you're the only person on level one.
So, you are indeed special.

And c'mon now, you know this new thing is infinitely cooler that that lame-o test it used to be.

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PostSubject: Re: About   Fri Jun 20, 2008 4:03 am

R wrote:
Shadowrenderer wrote:
Shadowrenderer wrote:
Wow, I'm R's personal lackey! alien

boo

Now I'm level 1.



Just like everyone else.


Not so special Sad

Actually, I think you're the only person on level one.
So, you are indeed special.

And c'mon now, you know this new thing is infinitely cooler that that lame-o test it used to be.

Yeah I realized after I posted that I was ahead. I didn't realize there was a level zero.

& I've had time to look at this better.

It's cool.

The game heads'll love it!

408?

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PostSubject: Re: About   Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:21 pm

Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?
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PostSubject: Re: About   Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:25 pm

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Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

I think I hear Taylor knocking on your door...
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PostSubject: Re: About   Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:31 pm

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Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

Possibly in the near future.
Depends on if enouogh people want it and such.

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PostSubject: Re: About   Sat Jun 21, 2008 1:50 pm

R wrote:
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Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

Possibly in the near future.
Depends on if enouogh people want it and such.

Yeah Joel and I will start the Ben Reilly faction.

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PostSubject: Re: About   Sat Jun 21, 2008 2:10 pm

DanElectro wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

I think I hear Taylor knocking on your door...

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PostSubject: Re: About   Sat Jun 21, 2008 2:18 pm

Thomas wrote:
R wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

Possibly in the near future.
Depends on if enouogh people want it and such.

Yeah Joel and I will start the Ben Reilly faction.

Ooo I got a better idea. The Dead Heroes Society.

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PostSubject: Re: About   Sat Jun 21, 2008 2:49 pm

Thomas wrote:
Thomas wrote:
R wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

Possibly in the near future.
Depends on if enouogh people want it and such.

Yeah Joel and I will start the Ben Reilly faction.

Ooo I got a better idea. The Dead Heroes Society.

I just thought of that name, too!!!

Works perfectly!
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PostSubject: Re: About   Sat Jun 21, 2008 7:14 pm

CaptainJoel wrote:
Thomas wrote:
Thomas wrote:
R wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

Possibly in the near future.
Depends on if enouogh people want it and such.

Yeah Joel and I will start the Ben Reilly faction.

Ooo I got a better idea. The Dead Heroes Society.

I just thought of that name, too!!!

Works perfectly!

CARPE DIEM!
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PostSubject: Re: About   Sat Jul 05, 2008 8:12 pm

GoZ wrote:
DanElectro wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

I think I hear Taylor knocking on your door...


the hell're you crying about? you know its not true. everyone knows i dont knock, i just bust shit up.

but as for factions, i wanna start a league of champions. i'll be the world heavyweight super awesome terrific ultra stud champion. if that makes sense.


ok, i got that out the way. i swear to god this better post. if not its fine cause its stupid anyway, but that just means i wont be posting here. if anyone can see this, "hi girls."





speaking of girls (meaning women...which reminds me, funny pedophile story to tell you guys which proves im not a pedophile. i guess i wont need a story. bottom line, i worked at disney for a month and havent made the news yet. as far as i go, thats proof enough. i think we all know, if i make impact, i make it quick and hard. "3/11 massacre sound familiar.) anyway, as far as girls go, are there any here yet.

actually i dont care how old, cause this is the internet and i can do what i want.
-sen. larry craig.

but enough jokes (i also could've said larry sinclair, AM I RIGHT, TB!?). my new favorite thing about disney is the brazilian tour groups. we get atleast 4 a day. theyre either really hot girls that love stitch gloves, or really energetic charismatic guys who dont mind sharing. i was in like 87 pictures with those damn gloves. i love them. so...my first post is gonna be a long one. probably to make up for lost time and future time that will be lost.


....DAMN tthose chicks are hot. AND OF AGE! i think. atleast they are in brazil.
also, theres a store where we can get old merchandise or damaged new goods (which just means the tag was ripped off) for 10 to 75% off. someone bought one of the beds from the snow white ride and made a coffee table.

ok, no more useless crap. end post here. thank you for reading my official inauguration to the NNARA(i guess " new new ara) thank you, ship it, stay pretty(not a new catch phrase) and 5000!
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PostSubject: Re: About   Sat Jul 05, 2008 8:30 pm

Taylortron wrote:
GoZ wrote:
DanElectro wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

I think I hear Taylor knocking on your door...


the hell're you crying about? you know its not true. everyone knows i dont knock, i just bust shit up.

but as for factions, i wanna start a league of champions. i'll be the world heavyweight super awesome terrific ultra stud champion. if that makes sense.


ok, i got that out the way. i swear to god this better post. if not its fine cause its stupid anyway, but that just means i wont be posting here. if anyone can see this, "hi girls."





speaking of girls (meaning women...which reminds me, funny pedophile story to tell you guys which proves im not a pedophile. i guess i wont need a story. bottom line, i worked at disney for a month and havent made the news yet. as far as i go, thats proof enough. i think we all know, if i make impact, i make it quick and hard. "3/11 massacre sound familiar.) anyway, as far as girls go, are there any here yet.

actually i dont care how old, cause this is the internet and i can do what i want.
-sen. larry craig.

but enough jokes (i also could've said larry sinclair, AM I RIGHT, TB!?). my new favorite thing about disney is the brazilian tour groups. we get atleast 4 a day. theyre either really hot girls that love stitch gloves, or really energetic charismatic guys who dont mind sharing. i was in like 87 pictures with those damn gloves. i love them. so...my first post is gonna be a long one. probably to make up for lost time and future time that will be lost.


....DAMN tthose chicks are hot. AND OF AGE! i think. atleast they are in brazil.
also, theres a store where we can get old merchandise or damaged new goods (which just means the tag was ripped off) for 10 to 75% off. someone bought one of the beds from the snow white ride and made a coffee table.

ok, no more useless crap. end post here. thank you for reading my official inauguration to the NNARA(i guess " new new ara) thank you, ship it, stay pretty(not a new catch phrase) and 5000!

Welcome back, Taylor. I would say we missed you, but I don't like to lie.

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PostSubject: Re: About   Sun Jul 06, 2008 12:04 am

Thomas wrote:
Taylortron wrote:
GoZ wrote:
DanElectro wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

I think I hear Taylor knocking on your door...


the hell're you crying about? you know its not true. everyone knows i dont knock, i just bust shit up.

but as for factions, i wanna start a league of champions. i'll be the world heavyweight super awesome terrific ultra stud champion. if that makes sense.


ok, i got that out the way. i swear to god this better post. if not its fine cause its stupid anyway, but that just means i wont be posting here. if anyone can see this, "hi girls."





speaking of girls (meaning women...which reminds me, funny pedophile story to tell you guys which proves im not a pedophile. i guess i wont need a story. bottom line, i worked at disney for a month and havent made the news yet. as far as i go, thats proof enough. i think we all know, if i make impact, i make it quick and hard. "3/11 massacre sound familiar.) anyway, as far as girls go, are there any here yet.

actually i dont care how old, cause this is the internet and i can do what i want.
-sen. larry craig.

but enough jokes (i also could've said larry sinclair, AM I RIGHT, TB!?). my new favorite thing about disney is the brazilian tour groups. we get atleast 4 a day. theyre either really hot girls that love stitch gloves, or really energetic charismatic guys who dont mind sharing. i was in like 87 pictures with those damn gloves. i love them. so...my first post is gonna be a long one. probably to make up for lost time and future time that will be lost.


....DAMN tthose chicks are hot. AND OF AGE! i think. atleast they are in brazil.
also, theres a store where we can get old merchandise or damaged new goods (which just means the tag was ripped off) for 10 to 75% off. someone bought one of the beds from the snow white ride and made a coffee table.

ok, no more useless crap. end post here. thank you for reading my official inauguration to the NNARA(i guess " new new ara) thank you, ship it, stay pretty(not a new catch phrase) and 5000!


Welcome back, Taylor. I would say we missed you, but I don't like to lie.

...im sorry, who are you?
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PostSubject: Re: About   Sun Jul 06, 2008 4:31 am

Thomas wrote:
Taylortron wrote:
GoZ wrote:
DanElectro wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Is there going to be a "FACTIONS" thread like on gameoveruk?

I think I hear Taylor knocking on your door...


the hell're you crying about? you know its not true. everyone knows i dont knock, i just bust shit up.

but as for factions, i wanna start a league of champions. i'll be the world heavyweight super awesome terrific ultra stud champion. if that makes sense.


ok, i got that out the way. i swear to god this better post. if not its fine cause its stupid anyway, but that just means i wont be posting here. if anyone can see this, "hi girls."





speaking of girls (meaning women...which reminds me, funny pedophile story to tell you guys which proves im not a pedophile. i guess i wont need a story. bottom line, i worked at disney for a month and havent made the news yet. as far as i go, thats proof enough. i think we all know, if i make impact, i make it quick and hard. "3/11 massacre sound familiar.) anyway, as far as girls go, are there any here yet.

actually i dont care how old, cause this is the internet and i can do what i want.
-sen. larry craig.

but enough jokes (i also could've said larry sinclair, AM I RIGHT, TB!?). my new favorite thing about disney is the brazilian tour groups. we get atleast 4 a day. theyre either really hot girls that love stitch gloves, or really energetic charismatic guys who dont mind sharing. i was in like 87 pictures with those damn gloves. i love them. so...my first post is gonna be a long one. probably to make up for lost time and future time that will be lost.


....DAMN tthose chicks are hot. AND OF AGE! i think. atleast they are in brazil.
also, theres a store where we can get old merchandise or damaged new goods (which just means the tag was ripped off) for 10 to 75% off. someone bought one of the beds from the snow white ride and made a coffee table.

ok, no more useless crap. end post here. thank you for reading my official inauguration to the NNARA(i guess " new new ara) thank you, ship it, stay pretty(not a new catch phrase) and 5000!

Welcome back, Taylor. I would say we missed you, but I don't like to lie.


I'd say ditto but I've been too much of a whiny bitch about getting you over her to make it stick. Welcome back, I'll probably read your whole post next time (j/k I read this whole one) now go read all of everything I've ever written on the NNARA since it started and respond to it all--you've got 30 seconds. GO!!!

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PostSubject: Re: About   Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:45 pm

Sooooo......when is Red going to EPICALLY tell the history of The AA, and how it came to be.....JUST WONDERING.....
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PostSubject: Re: About   Tue Jul 15, 2008 9:29 am

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Sooooo......when is Red going to EPICALLY tell the history of The AA, and how it came to be.....JUST WONDERING.....

Here you go Goz.

History of Alcoholics Anonymous
By 1934, alcoholic Bill Wilson had ruined a promising Wall Street career with his constant drunkenness. He was introduced to the idea of a spiritual cure by old drinking buddy Ebby Thacher who had become a member of a Christian movement called the Oxford Group. Wilson was treated by Dr. William Silkworth who saw alcoholism as an illness, a mental obsession and an allergy rather than a moral failing. [5] While in Towns hospital under Silkworth's care, Wilson claimed a spiritual experience while undergoing an unorthodox drug cure developed by Charles B. Towns and Dr. Alexander Lambert, which included Deliriants in its formula.[6] He became convinced of the existence of a healing higher power and he was able to stop drinking. On a 1935 business trip to Akron, Ohio, Wilson felt the urge to drink again and in an effort to stay sober, he sought another alcoholic to help. Wilson was introduced to Dr. Bob Smith, and Smith claimed to have found sobriety through spirtual and religious means.

Wilson and Smith co-founded AA with a word of mouth program to help alcoholics. Smith's last drink on June 10, 1935 is considered by members to be the founding date of AA.[7] By 1937, Wilson and Smith determined that they had helped 40 alcoholics get sober, and two years later, with the first 100 members, Wilson expanded the program by writing a book entitled Alcoholics Anonymous which the organization also adopted as its name. The book, informally referred to by members as "The Big Book," described a twelve-step program involving admission of powerlessness, moral inventory, and asking for help from a higher power. In 1941 book sales and membership increased after radio interviews and favourable articles in national magazines, particularly by Jack Alexander in The Saturday Evening Post. By 1946, as membership grew, confusion and disputes within groups over practices, finances, and publicity led Wilson to write the guidelines for noncoercive group management that eventually became known as the Twelve Traditions. AA came of age at the 1955 St. Louis convention when Wilson turned over the stewardship of AA to the General Service Board.[8] In this era AA also began its international expansion, and by 2001 the number of members worldwide was estimated at two million.

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PostSubject: Re: About   Tue Jul 15, 2008 10:23 am

Thomas wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Sooooo......when is Red going to EPICALLY tell the history of The AA, and how it came to be.....JUST WONDERING.....

Here you go Goz.

History of Alcoholics Anonymous
By 1934, alcoholic Bill Wilson had ruined a promising Wall Street career with his constant drunkenness. He was introduced to the idea of a spiritual cure by old drinking buddy Ebby Thacher who had become a member of a Christian movement called the Oxford Group. Wilson was treated by Dr. William Silkworth who saw alcoholism as an illness, a mental obsession and an allergy rather than a moral failing. [5] While in Towns hospital under Silkworth's care, Wilson claimed a spiritual experience while undergoing an unorthodox drug cure developed by Charles B. Towns and Dr. Alexander Lambert, which included Deliriants in its formula.[6] He became convinced of the existence of a healing higher power and he was able to stop drinking. On a 1935 business trip to Akron, Ohio, Wilson felt the urge to drink again and in an effort to stay sober, he sought another alcoholic to help. Wilson was introduced to Dr. Bob Smith, and Smith claimed to have found sobriety through spirtual and religious means.

Wilson and Smith co-founded AA with a word of mouth program to help alcoholics. Smith's last drink on June 10, 1935 is considered by members to be the founding date of AA.[7] By 1937, Wilson and Smith determined that they had helped 40 alcoholics get sober, and two years later, with the first 100 members, Wilson expanded the program by writing a book entitled Alcoholics Anonymous which the organization also adopted as its name. The book, informally referred to by members as "The Big Book," described a twelve-step program involving admission of powerlessness, moral inventory, and asking for help from a higher power. In 1941 book sales and membership increased after radio interviews and favourable articles in national magazines, particularly by Jack Alexander in The Saturday Evening Post. By 1946, as membership grew, confusion and disputes within groups over practices, finances, and publicity led Wilson to write the guidelines for noncoercive group management that eventually became known as the Twelve Traditions. AA came of age at the 1955 St. Louis convention when Wilson turned over the stewardship of AA to the General Service Board.[8] In this era AA also began its international expansion, and by 2001 the number of members worldwide was estimated at two million.

Oh Thomas. You scamp.
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PostSubject: Re: About   Tue Jul 15, 2008 10:46 am

Thomas wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Sooooo......when is Red going to EPICALLY tell the history of The AA, and how it came to be.....JUST WONDERING.....

Here you go Goz.

History of Alcoholics Anonymous
By 1934, alcoholic Bill Wilson had ruined a promising Wall Street career with his constant drunkenness. He was introduced to the idea of a spiritual cure by old drinking buddy Ebby Thacher who had become a member of a Christian movement called the Oxford Group. Wilson was treated by Dr. William Silkworth who saw alcoholism as an illness, a mental obsession and an allergy rather than a moral failing. [5] While in Towns hospital under Silkworth's care, Wilson claimed a spiritual experience while undergoing an unorthodox drug cure developed by Charles B. Towns and Dr. Alexander Lambert, which included Deliriants in its formula.[6] He became convinced of the existence of a healing higher power and he was able to stop drinking. On a 1935 business trip to Akron, Ohio, Wilson felt the urge to drink again and in an effort to stay sober, he sought another alcoholic to help. Wilson was introduced to Dr. Bob Smith, and Smith claimed to have found sobriety through spirtual and religious means.

Wilson and Smith co-founded AA with a word of mouth program to help alcoholics. Smith's last drink on June 10, 1935 is considered by members to be the founding date of AA.[7] By 1937, Wilson and Smith determined that they had helped 40 alcoholics get sober, and two years later, with the first 100 members, Wilson expanded the program by writing a book entitled Alcoholics Anonymous which the organization also adopted as its name. The book, informally referred to by members as "The Big Book," described a twelve-step program involving admission of powerlessness, moral inventory, and asking for help from a higher power. In 1941 book sales and membership increased after radio interviews and favourable articles in national magazines, particularly by Jack Alexander in The Saturday Evening Post. By 1946, as membership grew, confusion and disputes within groups over practices, finances, and publicity led Wilson to write the guidelines for noncoercive group management that eventually became known as the Twelve Traditions. AA came of age at the 1955 St. Louis convention when Wilson turned over the stewardship of AA to the General Service Board.[8] In this era AA also began its international expansion, and by 2001 the number of members worldwide was estimated at two million.




This is actually fitting, because I forgot the "r" in ARA because I was on my last beer......
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PostSubject: Re: About   Tue Jul 15, 2008 11:58 am

True Believer wrote:
Thomas wrote:
GoZ wrote:
Sooooo......when is Red going to EPICALLY tell the history of The AA, and how it came to be.....JUST WONDERING.....

Here you go Goz.

History of Alcoholics Anonymous
By 1934, alcoholic Bill Wilson had ruined a promising Wall Street career with his constant drunkenness. He was introduced to the idea of a spiritual cure by old drinking buddy Ebby Thacher who had become a member of a Christian movement called the Oxford Group. Wilson was treated by Dr. William Silkworth who saw alcoholism as an illness, a mental obsession and an allergy rather than a moral failing. [5] While in Towns hospital under Silkworth's care, Wilson claimed a spiritual experience while undergoing an unorthodox drug cure developed by Charles B. Towns and Dr. Alexander Lambert, which included Deliriants in its formula.[6] He became convinced of the existence of a healing higher power and he was able to stop drinking. On a 1935 business trip to Akron, Ohio, Wilson felt the urge to drink again and in an effort to stay sober, he sought another alcoholic to help. Wilson was introduced to Dr. Bob Smith, and Smith claimed to have found sobriety through spirtual and religious means.

Wilson and Smith co-founded AA with a word of mouth program to help alcoholics. Smith's last drink on June 10, 1935 is considered by members to be the founding date of AA.[7] By 1937, Wilson and Smith determined that they had helped 40 alcoholics get sober, and two years later, with the first 100 members, Wilson expanded the program by writing a book entitled Alcoholics Anonymous which the organization also adopted as its name. The book, informally referred to by members as "The Big Book," described a twelve-step program involving admission of powerlessness, moral inventory, and asking for help from a higher power. In 1941 book sales and membership increased after radio interviews and favourable articles in national magazines, particularly by Jack Alexander in The Saturday Evening Post. By 1946, as membership grew, confusion and disputes within groups over practices, finances, and publicity led Wilson to write the guidelines for noncoercive group management that eventually became known as the Twelve Traditions. AA came of age at the 1955 St. Louis convention when Wilson turned over the stewardship of AA to the General Service Board.[8] In this era AA also began its international expansion, and by 2001 the number of members worldwide was estimated at two million.

Oh Thomas. You scamp.

i was going to say smart ass, but if we're going all thomas o'malley on him then fine.
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