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Grapevine : July 2011
For those of you who don't know what constitutes an old- timer, theoretically it's someone with over 30 years of sobriety. Of course, my last sponsor and I used to argue regularly about that. I've heard some people say old-timer age is 20, others say 25. The newcomer thinks anyone with more than a year is an old-tim- A matter of time An old-timer contemplates the significance of putting together "a few 24s" er. I know I used to. But it really isn't important ... or is it? Those of us in the old-timer cat- egory probably spend too much time trying to sound spiritual, acting like we know what we're talking about. We really don't know any more than most people, we've just had more practice not knowing it. OLD-TIMERS aagrapevine.org 53