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Mr, Peele that's not entirely true. You have been very popular for decades. But popular doesn't necessarily mean helpful. The interesting part is I agree with you on general principal when it comes to treating addictions. However for some reason, reading your blogs and this article, I'm left with a feeling that you say a whole lot of things with certainty but a lot it makes no coherent sense...
But good for you for capitalizing on celebrities stories (and tragedy in this case) and the value of being shockingly arrogant.
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