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Take your own "advice" ...

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Submitted by Sadhasiv (United States), May 13, 2008 at 11:12

Your post proved that your sobriety ranks with that of Ijaz ul-Haq (proven by Ghulam Jatoi in a 1984 interview by CBC's late Barbara Frum to have escaped a DUI charge after he wrapped a Mercedes around a tree in Pindi--due to his war-criminal dictator father) or Yahya Khan (a known alcoholic as described in Robert Payne's book "Massacre" as almost NEVER sober).

And as for "Leave yesterday behind if you can and move on"--that is something you should (but didn't) apply to yourself first!

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