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Grapevine : August 2011
On the wall During a recent discus- sion about anonymity and the Internet this comment was made: "I hope they never change Step Five to read: 'Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to social networks the exact nature of our wrongs.'"Larry L. Fayetteville, Ga. No exit AA is like the mob. If you leave, you're dead! Anonymous Not another What's wrong with jokes about alcoholics? e drunks don't think they're funny, and nobody else seems to think they're jokes. Richard M. Golden, Colo. Clean breath A drunk walks into a drug- store and asks for a bottle of mouthwash. "I'm not selling you that," says the druggist. "You'll drink it for the alco- hol and get sick outside my door!" "Not true!" insists the drunk. "I have my first date in over a year, and I want to make a good impression." "Oh. I'm sorry. Here." e druggist takes a bottle of mouthwash o the shelf and puts it on the counter. e drunk stares at it and asks: "Got one that's been refrigerated?" Bob M. Green Valley, Ariz. Heard at a meeting We all groaned at this last night, and took a bit of time for it to sink in, so just think it through. "Seven missed meetings makes one weak." Susan G. Ravensdale, Wash. Below is the winner of last month's caption contest. Visit our website at www.aagrapevine.org to see previous winners or to submit a caption! " The more I drink, the more interesting you get." aagrapevine.org 59