Six months in planning

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by mindy strouse, for outsideleft.com
originally published: December, 2004
I've been planning this for six months
by mindy strouse, for outsideleft.com
originally published: December, 2004
I've been planning this for six months

After six months in the planning, funnyman George Carlin has revealed last night that he has finally admitted himself to a drug rehab center for wine and Vicodin. "When I found myself going from four pills to six, I said, 'I know where this is going.' I had to take care of it. I've been planning this for six months, but I was too busy finishing my book and working to do it," he recently told The New York Post. "Now that my work for the year is done, it's time to take care of myself."

Now what we want to know if what wine goes with Vicoden, red or white? Some say, developing.../p>

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