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    • The link below will take you to the Passport America’s Black Friday sale.   http://www.m109riders.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=363225&d=1511510120
    • Since you're not sure if you were an alcoholic, you're probably not in the best position to say what it takes to overcome an addiction to alcohol.  As for just exercising one's power to choose, it's a hell of a lot easier to choose to take your first sip of alcohol than to choose not take a drink when you're addicted to alcohol.  That's how addiction works, and discipline and mental toughness might work for some, but it doesn't work for the vast majority.  That's why they seek outside help, and even after quitting alcohol, relapse at alarming rates.  Addiction is confounding, and it doesn't advance the ball to treat it as if it's not.   
    • Sorry, but I disagree. When someone smokes for the VERY first time it is not an addiction. That is a conscious choice to take up that awful habit. Whether they allow it to become an addiction, that is a different situation. If you don't want to risk an addiction to something, don't start using it. Nobody is born addicted to nicotine, unlike crack or other blood transmitted substances. I drank like it was going out of style for 25 years, but I was not born addicted to alcohol. I started drinking when I was 17 by choice. I perfected the craft during my military years, and at age 42 I decided to quit. I may or may have not been an alcoholic. I can say that I never went to AA and quit myself by the same power to choose that saw me start. I still went out with the guys. I just drank ginger ale and did not have any less fun being sober. In fact, I either had more fun or it may just have been that I could remember it.  But that is a debate I don't want to get into. My point is that people can put vices aside if they really want to. Discipline and mental toughness wins those wars.
    • Which model Watts regulator do you have now ? It's likely all you'll need . Watts has a very good reputation ... quality . 
    • Turkey is high protein low calorie; eat lots of it. My treat this year is the pumpkin pie filling without the crust. Linda
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