Katie P, a solid message about self and the steps.
Plan B, the show didnt come off very well, but still... let me run that show!
Karl M telling his story at tumbleweed.
"By the time I was 14, I was the neighborhood drunk and drug dealer"
The recording quality of this is a little sharp.
Ralph W. telling his story, sober at 44.
"I thought poetry and bizarre behavior were identical"
Carla R of CA, Paddy P of South Africa, Judi O of VA.
This was recorded at AA International in Atlanta, so it sounds a bit hollow because of the huge space.
Harriet R in Florida, a Navy woman who signed up for a tour of duty in North Africa in 1942.
"AA is a lot like sex, if your not enjoying it, your not doing it right."
Earl H talking about the first 2 steps. "At some point I have to live it!"
This ends a little abruptly, it is part of a workshop on the steps.
Leslie is a very funny guy that carries a great message about learning to live the steps.
"Is he gay or just european?"
Joshua H. from Toronto, Canada speaking at the North Shore Roundup in Vancouver, Canada - 2009
"It was the small actions."
Mickey B a pretty funny guy from the UK, who puked on the queens lawn and puked on a lawn in queens!
"So is the cat!"
This is a fair quality recording, it sounds a bit fuzzy and I have cleaned up the tone as best I can.
The First 164 pages of The Big Book with lined blank pages opposite each page of text for note taking.
Paragraph numbers along side the text for easy reference. Entire Original Manuscript (about) including the stories. Easy to read retyped version. Includes paragraph numbers corresponding to the modern text for easy comparison.
Footnotes explaining historical and obscure references in the text.
Footnotes documenting all 79 differences between the modern text and the original 1st printing text of the 1st 164 pages (about). Yes, believe it or not, the basic text has been changed 79 times since it was first published.
Two place keeping ribbons. Special "lay flat" binding.