So I’ve reached my 100th day. After what has been going on in the last couple of weeks with people caving and leaving the site, I thought I would let you know what I have learned in 100 days. There are some of you like Skol, Athan, Chris2, Mack, Doofus, JGromo and the vets that put their hearts out there every day to try to save someone else’s life. I think in some cases you would like to save them more than they would like to save themselves. I have learned that I thought I had it all figured out in the first 50 days. I was wrong. I have learned that the battle is never really won, but more of a controlled fight. I’ve learned when to expect these battles and prepare for them. When I first quit I felt like I was on a raft in the middle of the ocean. I was amazed to find out I wasn’t alone and there were others like me. I know I don’t offer a lot of postings on this site, but I think it is very important that you know I read everything written on this site. Some of it is very educational and some of it is really twisted shit. But all good. They say you are never cured from this addiction. I have had a dip of shit in my mouth for 14,600 days give or take. I will be cured in 14,500 days after today, my problem is that I will be 94 years old. Until then I will fight this one day at a time. As we say in the hunting business STAY SAFE. And don’t stop what you’re doing because it does work.
With greatest appreciation, Hank