Bill would have invited him in for coffee


Dew Drop Inn

Dew Drop Inn

DUI arrest for man who drove into AA founder Bill Wilson’s Vermont homestead. Things have gotten meaner these days.


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9 responses to “Bill would have invited him in for coffee

  1. He was looking for a meeting.

    • He came to the right place. Maybe when’s he’s sprung on bail he’ll find his way back. My favorite Robert Frost (also a Vermonter) quote: “Home is where, when you have to go there, they have to let you in”. This poor guy was home and if he’s lucky, he’ll realize that.

  2. AA must have been very very very very good to Mr. Wilson. A homestead in Vermont and a home here in Bedford that was recently given landmark status.

  3. AJ

    Doubling down:
    ‘Journal News To List More Gun Permit Holders After Uproar’

  4. Walt

    Dude –
    I have decided to write the next great American novel. That “Catcher in The Rye” Holden Caulfield stuff sucked. Yet it is right up there. So how hard can it be?

    The only good line in that book was “Mothers are all slightly insane.” Whoopee frigging doo. That’s a revelation? If he said “All Women are bat shit crazy” it would have been more real. Right?

    Anyhows, it will be a trilogy, staring with the last story first, then two prequels. Ass backwards. Just like you!!

    It is the tale of Crass Waterspout, a non-descript, know nothing, no talent hack that plods his way through everyday life. All his enjoyment is derived from pissing people off, and eating road kill.

    He has a strange, yet intriguing relationship, with his alter ego, Francis Fornicator. That will be a sub-plot.

    So then one day, Crass makes an observation that gains him instant celebrity!! He is thrust from his decrepit everyday life, onto the national scene!!

    So how does he handle this? Does it cure him from his chronic masturbation problem? Does his head grow to the size of a VW bus? Does he run into the dirt hole like a scared little weasel? Or piss his panties like a scared little girly girl?

    Who won’t read this Dude? Can you write dialogue? You can bang out the screenplay while I write the book.

    Even though you have no way of relating to the characters.

    You loser.
    Your Pal,

  5. Walt

    Dude –
    And I think I need to write this in the first person, versus third person narrative. So can you help me with the voice of crazy?
    Your Pal,

  6. Bill for sure would have carried the message to this lost soul.

  7. AJ

    I’ll take mine neat, but here’s some pablum for you. This is how it starts:

    This is where it leads:

    “..The point I am making is that when we talk of “governance” and “democracy,” we have to look beyond governance within countries and democracy within states. We have to look to Global Governance and Democracy within the Global State.

    A Global “State” with a capital “S” signifies a world “State,” a world government. And Ramphal emphasized that in the conclusion of his talk by celebrating the end of the “Nation State.” He declared:

    As the Century of the Nation State ends, however, to a far greater degree than their governments, people recognize … they understand that the roads to justice and survival are conjoined; that the task is to bring the mutual interests and the moral impulses of mankind together.

    Many of the political elites who formerly dismissed concerns that “global governance” is a ruse for “global government,” now matter-of-factly admit that they are one and the same…”

    “…David Rockefeller, a longtime leader at Bilderberg conclaves, was even more explicit when addressing the 1991 meeting of the Bilderberg group. Rockefeller stated:

    We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.

    That statement and other remarks from the Bilderberg meeting were obtained by French intelligence agents, who were tasked with monitoring the gathering, because of the obvious implications for French national interests and security…”

    You don’t want to know where it ends, but it will not be one of Martha Stewart’s “good things”.