Bob D conducting a workshop on the topic of "Came to Believe" in April of 2006 he was 27 years sober at the time of this speak. This second part is mostly Q & A.

Part 2 of 2

Sober Cast is now available on spotify

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Bob D conducting a workshop on the topic of "Came to Believe" in April of 2006 he was 27 years sober at the time of this speak. Part 1 of 2

Sober Cast is now available on spotify

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June 16, 2018

Dave C speaking in 1981

Dave C from Raleigh NC speaking at the NCCAA Spring Conference in 1981 in Fresno Ca.

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Jimmy D from TX speaking at the 20th Annual 1st Saturday in Billings MT in 2008

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Earl H. from Studio City CA telling his story at the Rule 62 Roundup in Erlanger KY on 08-10-2001. Earl is one of my favorite AA speakers and his story is truly amazing. 

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Joe McQ and Charlie P met in 1973, they instantly discovered their mutual fascinations with AA's basic textbook, Alcoholics Anonymous commonly called "The Big Book". They would frequently meet to discuss The Big Book, often driving 225 miles to meet in each other's homes.

In 1977, some AA members met in a Tulsa, Oklahoma hotel room for a discussion on The Big Book. One member asked Joe and Charlie to come to his home group to present a program on The Big Book. A taping of that presentation was made and called "The Big Book Study". Through the circulation of these audio tapes throughout the Fellowship, Joe and Charlie received invitations to present the Study at AA conventions, roundups and special events.

At the AA International Convention in New Orleans in 1980, Wesley P, organized a lunch for 1,500 AA members from all over the world and gave away 100 Joe & Charlie tape sets as door prizes. Invitations exploded, and within a couple of years Joe & Charlie were presenting about 36 seminars a year worldwide. These seminars struck a deep chord within the AA members. This is a later recording from around 1999 and the audio quality is quite good.

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Joe McQ and Charlie P met in 1973, they instantly discovered their mutual fascinations with AA's basic textbook, Alcoholics Anonymous commonly called "The Big Book". They would frequently meet to discuss The Big Book, often driving 225 miles to meet in each other's homes.  

In 1977, some AA members met in a Tulsa, Oklahoma hotel room for a discussion on The Big Book. One member asked Joe and Charlie to come to his home group to present a program on The Big Book. A taping of that presentation was made and called "The Big Book Study". Through the circulation of these audio tapes throughout the Fellowship, Joe and Charlie received invitations to present the Study at AA conventions, roundups and special events.

At the AA International Convention in New Orleans in 1980, Wesley P, organized a lunch for 1,500 AA members from all over the world and gave away 100 Joe & Charlie tape sets as door prizes. Invitations exploded, and within a couple of years Joe & Charlie were presenting about 36 seminars a year worldwide. These seminars struck a deep chord within the AA members. This is a later recording from around 1999 and the audio quality is quite good.

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Joe McQ and Charlie P met in 1973, they instantly discovered their mutual fascinations with AA's basic textbook, Alcoholics Anonymous commonly called "The Big Book". They would frequently meet to discuss The Big Book, often driving 225 miles to meet in each other's homes.

In 1977, some AA members met in a Tulsa, Oklahoma hotel room for a discussion on The Big Book. One member asked Joe and Charlie to come to his home group to present a program on The Big Book. A taping of that presentation was made and called "The Big Book Study". Through the circulation of these audio tapes throughout the Fellowship, Joe and Charlie received invitations to present the Study at AA conventions, roundups and special events.

At the AA International Convention in New Orleans in 1980, Wesley P, organized a lunch for 1,500 AA members from all over the world and gave away 100 Joe & Charlie tape sets as door prizes. Invitations exploded, and within a couple of years Joe & Charlie were presenting about 36 seminars a year worldwide. These seminars struck a deep chord within the AA members. This is a later recording from around 1999 and the audio quality is quite good.

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Polly P conducting a workshop on emotional sobriety in 2006 she got sober in 1977. This workshop is just under 2 hours long.

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Three speakers at the Road to Recovery Plymouth UK, Mike D then Catherine C open the meeting with about a 10 min speak each and the bulk of the time goes to Bob D from the US (unknown date).

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Johnny H from Los Angeles presenting a workshop on the Promises and Service, in Stockholm Sweden in 2004. This workship is two sessions totaling just under 2 hours. Repost from 8/2

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November 23, 2017

Topic: Steps 1-3 (Mickey B)

Mickey B. from London, UK speaking about steps 1, 2 and 3 at the Men Among Men Group's first conference in Copenhagen, Denmark - August 2009

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Barry L. from New York, NY speaking at the Gay Lesbian convention in Minneapolis MN - June 29th 1985. Barry is the author of the book, Living Sober

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A workshop on steps 1,2 and 3 presented by Mickey B from the UK, hes a pretty amusing guy with a great message.

WACYPAA15 in Las Vegas in 2012

If you want to hear a bit more from Mickey look for our 4/20 episode. This is a repost from 7/1.

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