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Help for Children in Families with Addiction

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

04:54 min | 9 months ago

Help for Children in Families with Addiction

"My Name is William Moyers I. Am the host of our program here today joining me Cynthia Galaxies. Leave US welcome. Cynthia, thank you. You are the supervisor of the Children's program here at the Betty Ford Center Tell me about your personal passion for the subject of Children in Addiction. It was actually something that I didn't realize I had a passion foreign to. The first kid who allowed me to be a part of their world and start sharing how addiction had hurt them in their family that I realize the privileged. I was having about being there with them when they shared their story. With the Hazel. He's one Betty Ford Foundation for thirteen years working in the children's program since the beginning No, I've been with the Children's program. Almost seven years prior to that I was working in the admissions department at the Betty Ford Center for six and a half years, so I had to listen to the stories from incoming patients and their families. The opportunity to hear it from a kid's perspective really has made a difference in my life. What is that children's perspective that that that resonates with you? Think. It's just that they know more than what they're giving credit for. They might not know that there's a substance being news, but they know behaviors. Where maybe mom sleeping too much, so they can hang out with her. Dad's missing. You know left a couple of days and hasn't been back and just the impact that it causes them and at all times because they don't have the answers to what's going on, they can start to blame themselves or think that it's something wrong with them and that impact on children is really significant in this country. Right I think it's one in three. Families Suffer from addiction, and so the children do, too. Is that right? That's right that's correct. And I think there's a lot of programs out there for the patients, which is great There's family programs Alanon even teen, but it seems like we're really afraid of asking the younger ones what they know in how they feel, and yet they have just as many feelings as the adults do, and so tell me how the children's program here works. Children come into the program on that first day. So on the first day we have variety of emotions. There's some kids that are really excited to be here whether they're used to. Going to camp or their parents may be explained to them exactly what they were doing here. We have kids that you know. Don't even WANNA. Look at us Because maybe it's during summer break and they wish they were you know at home sleeping playing video games, things like that and within an hour, the magic of the program you can start seeing a difference as to how the kids are starting to feel more comfortable, and this is way before we even introduce each other and talk about how we're here to talk about action, and you use Use props like this I? Don't even want to say this is a prop. This is more of an icon. Tell us about. The Marine is a very special kid. He's here to my heart. special just like every kid that comes through our program he addiction and his family as well so both parents are trapped by addiction, and he has a series of books where he kind of explores along with the reader how he deals with it, so he learns that addiction has been a family secret for very long time. gets better. That doesn't even be more at ten years. old gets offered alcohol by kids, and so the kids get to explore that with him and relate because he is another kid and the kids start to understand that they really aren't alone. What about the children though that are? More significantly or adversely impacted, or who come here and a aren't certain what to do, and they have a nice warm person like you to talk to, and they've got a character like beamer, but they're still not coming out of their show. What do you do to to bring them into the process and bring them into the group I? Think the the magical part of the of the program is because we balanced our program between fun activities whether it's hide and seek tag going to the pool, watching fund movie and what? What we call sharing learning activities, so the kids really to get in tune with that inner kid obviously their kids, sometimes a little easier for them, but then they see grownups get in tune with that as well and so it helps them understand that you know I've had addiction in my family and okay, and I'm helping other kids, and so it Kinda brings comfort to them to know. Here's some adults that are freely talking to us and more importantly, they're listening to my story and not correcting the facts not. Letting US know that our feelings do matter. What are some stories that you hear when you when you talk to these children? Most of the stories revolve truly around just loving their parent regardless of what the parent has gone through whether they've seen the parent or not is just this unconditional love for that person and that hope that you know that they get better soon and so although you know they're. They're sad or sometimes angry about what's happened because of addiction, there's still that underlying love for that

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ON HIS WAY, AN ALCOHOLICS WIFE, & AN ARTISTS CONCEPT

Big Book Podcast

06:01 min | 10 months ago

ON HIS WAY, AN ALCOHOLICS WIFE, & AN ARTISTS CONCEPT

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since January. Nineteen Eighty eight one day at a time in this episode the twenty-fifth Twenty Six and twenty seventh stories from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. These stories were printed only in the first edition of the Big Book and are entitled on His way an Alcoholic wife and an artist's concept of particular note and alcoholics wipe is the only story in the first edition written by the Non Alcoholic spouse of a man who got sober through the help of a and along with chapter eight two wives and chapter nine the family afterward may have helped cultivate the later establishment of Alanon also. The author of the chapter and artists concept prefaced his story with a quote attributed to the nineteenth century British philosopher. Herbert Spencer about contempt prior to investigation. It's interesting that although the story never made it past the first edition of the big book the Spencer quote became a permanent part of the second appendix entitled Spiritual Experience That appears in the second third and fourth editions of alcoholics anonymous and now the original stories on his way an alcoholic wife and an artist concept on his way in early youth. I believe I had some of the tendencies which lead to alcoholism. I refer to attempted escape from reality at fifteen and sixteen. Although free at home to drink small amounts of beer and wine I drank considerable quantities of stronger liquors at school and other places. Not Enough to cause serious worry but enough apparently to give me occasionally what I thought. I wanted escape a feeling of superiority. I don't know I then decided that I'd had enough of school. Which decision was probably shared by the schools? The next few years were spent in civil engineering work travel sports and a little idleness and I seem to have avoided alcoholic difficulties of the more pronounced kind immediately before marriage and in the short time before sailing for France alcohol began to take a real part in my life a year and a half in wartime France postponed the inevitable and the postwar period of hopes and plans brought me nearer and nearer to the point where eventually found myself to be an alcoholic. Not that I would have admitted it then. Having the Alcoholics Usual Facility for deception both to self and others divorced sometime suspecting that drinking was the basis for most of my troubles but never admitting it I had enough left in health interests of various kinds and luck to carry on with considerable success. About this time I stopped all social drinking. I became a periodical drunkard the sprees lasting from three days to three weeks and the dry intervals lasting from three weeks to four months during the best years. I made a happy marriage and the age of thirty five found me with the following. A beautiful little home presided over by kind understanding and lovely wife a partnership in a firm. I had helped to found years before more than a comfortable income many luxuries and many friends opportunity to follow my interests and hobbies. A love of my work pride in my success. Great Health Optimism and hope on the credit side. On the other hand I had a growing GNAWING fear of my recurring trouble. I slipped by far too easy stages to the bottom in less than eight years. Not a pleasant place the bottom sometimes. I slept in a cheap hotel or rooming house. Sometimes a flop house sometimes the back room of a police station and once in a doorway many times in the alcoholic ward at a hospital and once in a subway toilet sometimes decently fed clothed and housed. I worked at my business on commission with a large firm. Sometimes I dared not appear. There are cold hungry with torn clothes. Shaking Body and muddled brain had become helpless hopeless bitter. Sometimes I was apparently on the way back and sometimes riding in bed for days at a time terrorized by the fear of insanity and by the spectres of people without faces people with horrible faces people grimacing and laughing at me and my misery tortured by dreams from which I would awake with a scream of agony and bathed in cold sweat tortured by daydreams of what might have been dreams of kindness faith and love that had been heaped upon me due to this last however and to what little remained of my former self and perhaps to some lingering power of spiritual faith. I became somewhat better. Not Well but better. This helped me to take stock and to try and do some clear thinking I found my inventory somewhat mixed but as my thoughts became clearer. I grew much better and at last arrived at the point. Where for the first time in several years I could see some light and hope ahead of me. Through a haze of doubt and skepticism. I began to realize partly at least many things in myself which had grease the path I had pursued and some vague thoughts and ideas came to me that are now crystallizing with the help of the man. I have been happy to join.

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"alanon" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

The gamingfixx1's Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"alanon" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

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"alanon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"alanon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You might be surprised you could learn in an alanon family group from people just like you. Call one eight four alanon. Dot org. Oh. Scene. A never need. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory, Costa, coach. Thank you, again, to doc Wallach from critical health news dot com up next..

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"alanon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"alanon" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Four on or go to alanon dot org. Iheartradio is the easy to use app for music and radio. Download the free iheartradio app today. See. From somewhere out there. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory. Are you ready to hear an.

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"alanon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"alanon" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"alanon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"alanon" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"alanon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You might be surprised at what you could learn and an alanon family group from people just like you call one eight eight four alanon. Go to alanon dot org. Building better Sacramento news ninety three point one KFB on fifteen thirty AM and your heart radio app. Joined the became insiders and enter to win a pair of tickets to see earth wind and fire on September eighteenth at the memorial auditorium and to win right now at KFC K dot com and click contests to enter news. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype used Skype named George nine seven three one three sin, Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory and welcome back to coast to coast as we.

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"alanon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"alanon" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"alanon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To close it down to know wall. Could keep it out work to can't be winter winter officially arrived. She's officially here. It's here. Cold soul for the next couple of months officially screwed. The weather's really changing whatever the season serves snowy conditions and dangerous road will help you get through it through on NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM after one or teach rinks my boyfriend can't stop drinking until he drinks too much. It scares me. But I don't have the money to see a counselor or therapist about it right now. The more. I think about my boyfriend's drinking, the more depressed, I get. He's charming, handsome and smart in so many ways when he drinks, I don't even know him, a friend of mine suggested I try Al-Anon family groups said it doesn't cost anything there. No dues or fees for alanon. Donations are completely voluntary. First I was afraid to go to Al-Anon I felt like a fool to care about somebody who can't stop drinking. Alanon helps a lot. The members know how I feel and what it's like to love. Of somebody who's totally out of control. Drinking troubling you. Is to what you can learn alanon family group from people to thank you. Call eight eight eight four alanon dot org. Check it out dad. You can see your station on the internet. Very cool, son. No, dad. Look, they got news. Blogs and weather and stuff. Everything. Do they put all that on a on a web thing while some struggle with modern technology? It's really quite simple on air online or on your smartphone radio. I dot com. Everywhere..

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"alanon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"W two eighty four Warwick after one or two drinks my boyfriend can't stop drinking until he drinks too much. It scares me. But I don't have the money to see a counselor or therapist about it right now. I think about my boyfriend's drinking depressed, I get. He's charming, handsome and smart in so many ways when he drinks, I don't even know him, a friend of mine suggested I try Al-Anon family groups said it doesn't cost anything. There are no dues or fees. Alanon donations are completely voluntary. At first I was afraid to go to alanon felt like a fool. To care about somebody who can't stop drinking. Alanon helps a lot. The members know how I feel and what it's like to love somebody who's totally out of control. Drinking troubling you. Sized away. What you can learn alanon family group from people. Call one eight eight four hour nine dot org. Newsradio nine twenty and one zero four seven FM. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You are listening to ground zero three important show tonight because it some analysis that I picked up on your China is surreptitiously laying down a high tech security intelligence and intelligence infrastructure, and they're doing this,.

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"alanon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Drinking until he drinks. Too much. A friend suggested alanon family groups. She said there are no dues fees at first I was afraid to go to alanon. I felt like a fool to care about somebody who can't stop drinking, Al-Anon members know exactly how I feel is someone's drinking troubling you. You might be surprised at what you can learn in an alanon family group from people like you, call one eight eight eight four alanon or go to alanon dot org. Use this niche. Yeah. Don lemon on tension. Don lemon. Paging Don lemon at CNN paging. Don lemon. I'm a white male. And I am not. A big terror threat in the United States. Heroins wrong redubbed lemon over at CNN. Holy schmidt. Walk to.

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"alanon" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"So there's really nothing sadder than that, but but I was wondering like a, do they hook up and be if they don't hook up today, at least like like how many people are being objectified in this room as we speak on guy sitting across from us, he was hot. Yeah, I was doing some object pine, but I don't have this problem. So I'm allowed. But also I think I think it works like that. Sure. Alanon works like that. There are people who talk about it later. Like there's there's people do not supposed to like have sex with the newbie. You're not supposed to take numbers from people of the opposite sex. And even like if you're on. Gay spectrum. You mind your fucking Ps and qs. You know, you're just because all the rooms are people with impulse control. That's all it is. And those are the fun people. Yeah. And it's like, oh, you story something like when I hear fucked up story, I'm like, well, I just wanna. Fuck you. Like that's just, you know, like, oh, you had a hard time, but you're articulating it perfectly and like you understand where you came from him where you are now? Yeah, let's do it. I guess in every meeting that there you have to like to be in the true spirit of the group. You have to take it seriously and be respectful, but they're probably always going to be those people that just float in because they're curious about it and they're not following the rules are they're not, I mean of heart because I went, I mean, I was in a support group for. About a year for ninety disorder. And I definitely like I was in fake recovery at that point. So I like I wanted to get better, but I wasn't really taking it seriously. So when people would tell me like certain things they were doing, I was like, definitely taking notes. Yeah. So I think it's probably a similar thing. How do we tell you that things are going? Okay, like the fatter now I can't say like, are you okay now? Because you look all right. Oh, yeah. I mean, I'm yet. Yes. Is the short answer to that question? I'm eating. I'm following. I'm like gaining lots of weight. I'm trying to like learn to be okay with that. And I'm following a program that's called intuitive eating and basically it's like you eat whatever you want whenever you want. So that's like very hard for me because all my life of had like different kinds of food rules that I've that I have basically invented for myself, but it's it's basically a way of unlearn that and you have to. Just jump in the deep end and just learn to like, listen to your body. Which is very scary. But the problem is the eating disorder voice is still there, and it's always going to be there. So I could be doing all the right things, but that voice is still they're telling me I'm a piece of shit every day, so not listening to the voice in a way makes it harder to go about your day because you're still hearing your piece of shit. You're unlovable whatever it is, but you can't do the voices telling you that's kind of similar to what you hear a where it's like you stop drinking, but then now it's worse because yes, you're not driving drunk or not, you know, coming home and your kids are seeing you drunk, but all the demons are still in your head because now you can't drink to make go away xactly and can't do the thing that makes your thing. Actually silences it for a second. Like I'm learning to not listen to that voice, but it really is like it's a complete. Lately, different voice from my internal model, like it's not me. It's just it's somebody telling me like if you were to give me a compliment, like give me a compliment about the way..

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"alanon" Discussed on I Do Podcast

I Do Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on I Do Podcast

"To accept you know that that serenity prayer is really really describes a personally you know god grammy this rented to accept the things i cannot change the courage to change things i can and the wisdom to know the difference so you can you know you can't do it for them they have to wanna do themselves they have to wanna reach a point and that's why talk so much about enabling because i never let my exhusband reached the bottom i kept putting him and rehabs and i kept you know saving the day so to speak and yeah here's money for for getting to work and you know why was doing that i mean he was just using his money to buy booze and i'm giving him money to buy gas it's like no if you're gonna buy money for booze then you don't you don't get to go to work i guess so then i guess you'll have to lose your job which of course openly happened did lose his job but there's so little you you have power over but you do have power over is to take care of yourself and so the best thing that i ever did and it changed my life immensely as i joined my own twelve step program something called alanon and that's that's just one program i mean nowadays there's all kinds of things sprouting up but alanon is the foundation of the twelve steps for family members and left ones of an addict or alcohol iq and you're really not going there for them you're actually going there for yourself it's a me program it's a program to help you start getting into self care i mean i completely neglected myself for this person i lost myself literally in this person just like the attic loses themselves and the drugs alcohol i lost myself in this person i mean i actually got a high trying to rescue him this really.

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"alanon" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"But i'm curious about your background do you have a parent that's an addict so it's really easy to always think we need to worry about the other person the other person's broke in it's a great way especially for people who are attracted addicts too not think about alli it's why codependency is such an easy trap to fall into because their problems are so time consuming and requires so much energy that you really don't have to look at your own stuff in that's pretty liberating in i think you'll find if you have a parent that's an addict as i did and then you have already found yourself in love with one addict my hunch is you're going to do this many many times if it's not this guy it'll be someone else and i think it's really really helpful if you were to try going to alanon meeting i'm sure it seemed takes i wouldn't wanna go i did not want to go to myself but i think you would be shocked at probably how how familiar the people in their stories we'll sound to your own and how much you'll relate to being fucked up in that that hurricane of chaos that an attic provides that we are our gift so i think if i were you and i were in love with this guy would say okay this guy's engage in the fight that's pretty promising i'm going to go clean up my side of the street and i'm gonna get a little language so that i can speak to him about what he's going through with his addiction you'll learn that in alanon and the two of you can enter into this with the framework of how to have a healthy relationship with sobriety and you'll learn to set boundaries you'll learn to not be codependent and the two of you have a chance if you're both working both of your programs and he should be very embracing of that in i know that when my wife went to an alanon meeting i felt so loved and flattered because she just wanted to learn how to talk to me as an addict so i think it's a really generous act but mostly it's for you because i would urge you to always remember your job in life is never to make someone.

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"alanon" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"Um there is a group called alanon which is four family members or friend members who have attic um partners or family members so it's like the other side of a so there's a it for people that are obviously trying to recover by alanon is specifically for people whose families are are addicts and it gives you the tools to you know be able to deal with the situation and like i feel bus and i haven't had that experience by no other people that go to alanon and are given one a place to talk about what's going on with likeminded people who are going through similar things and then again gives you tools on on how to deal with it yeah there's like honestly when children are evolve like this and they don't want to see that this sounds like lake there needs to be a some legal ext yum yeah just cause yeah that's it's that so hard like i mean i won't get too personal but like i dated i dated guys who had like they were in in recovery or active users of just substances and i have a lot of members of my family who have been onagain offagain uh in the really bad situations ed obviously there again the those people my family are not like close enough to something that i have to deal with but i mean like a lot of them when kids were involved had to make choices of being like i have to think about my kids more than this situation and it you're right in saying that you can't force anyone to get clean if they don't want you which has been was the hardest thing for me to ever fucking admit and deal with and be like but no like identification zone yeah and like you feel and i didn't know there are groups like that what you think is amazing because there's a sense of like when you're s you feel guilty for needing anything if you're dating someone who's like strung out or dealing with that stuff anything that you need all of your needs comes second and i think if you have a place to talk about that west like i think it i'm so glad the.

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"alanon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Alanon or could alanon cadillac i loved playing high school sports i love the competition the camaraderie the bands the crowds all the pageantry and i wanted to keep playing but i graduated no colleges called and neither did the pros so to stay close to the game i loved i decided to become a high school official you know a referee when i played high school sports i learned the importance of integrity good sportsmanship and respect for the rules now as a high school official i get to help model the same values to others maybe the colleges and the pros didn't call but the kids in idaho did and now i'm enjoying the competition petitions the camaraderie the bands the crowds and all the pageantry of high school sports all over again this message presented by the idaho high school activities association and the idaho athletic administrators association then for less now it's time to go beyond the headlines for a more indepth look at their stories that affect you views today's kboi closer look good morning it's thursday the second of november i'm rick worthington on six seventy kboi a closer look today president trump has disclosed that the new york city truck attacks suspect may have helped bring in other family members since he was allowed into the united states seven years ago bob constantini reports the president wants to end that along with the decadesold program to encourage immigration from countries that had low numbers of applicants it's a closer look odd six seventy kboi president trump on new york city suspected saiful low saipa of caveman through and they diversity program mezhidov we're going to stop the diversity immigration lottery programme was approved in 1990 but mr trump took aim at senate democratic leader chuck schumer in a series he's of tweets claiming he was the architect of the program quote the terrorists came into our country through what is called the diversity visa lottery programme chuck schumer beauty i want merit based end quote the current democratic leader in the senate may have had a hand in crafting the.

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"alanon" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"alanon" Discussed on WJR 760

"Alanon flickered alanon data work that everybody involved here lynch and colmey wanted hillary cleared and the existence of this memo claiming that lynch was going to put the kabosh on investigation was up problem not for lynch but for the objective of clearing hillary so colmey takes it up and shows it jewish she's already tainted because she's had the meeting with the with slick willie on the tarmac and she has already tall colmey to stop calling it an investigation and instead quality matter so the theory is they everybody here wanted hillary queered images a democrat nominee nobody is going to charge dj the democrat nominee for president and at that stage citizens isn't going to happen nobody wants that on a resume nobody wants that he's about becoming a target so they gently it was to clear her colmey thinks here in a federal call me thanks lynch has to take him to pull it off that have lynch had gone out there air and did the press conference a colmey did that there'd be hello pay because she already tainted she'd met with slick willie and some of these other things should already told which would come out that she told to not calling it investigational combing who at that point time was not tainted and was still considered to be mr wonderful and mr everything did it himself in order to clear hillary with the total credibility that's a good theory and then and it it could well be of the case i'm looking at the too i'm really stuck between china there's not enough time to get started with a call that wouldn't sound good there's not enough time to dig into another issue were talking mere seconds here there isn't enough time to do anything is a wait for the break what i'm going to do is tell you we're going to get back to the phones the one thing left to do two things will there's more now the two focused on the potential.

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