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The Drunken Monkey: Why We Drink and Abuse

The Drunken Monkey: Why We Drink and Abuse Alcohol. Robert Dudley

The Drunken Monkey: Why We Drink and Abuse Alcohol

ISBN: 9780520275690 | 184 pages | 5 Mb

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The Drunken Monkey: Why We Drink and Abuse Alcohol Robert Dudley
Publisher: University of California Press

As a fruit ripens, its ethanol content increases. May 16, 2014 - I've been following you for about 13 years now (we even met twice when you were in Italy) and as much as I hate to say this, unfortunately I kinda knew that something like this was coming sooner or later. I can't sleep with him when he's drunk and he doesn't just drink a little. I've had plenty of female friends who can drink that much and more; I've seen it. But he now needs alcohol to sleep at night. Mar 26, 2012 - The drunken monkey hypothesis, proposed by UC Berkeley Biologist Robert Dudley, traces alcohol's allure to Homo sapiens' high dependence on fruit as a food source. The Sumerians, for example, who were the first people to prepare beer in the style that we enjoy it today, would consume the drink to honor their gods — a tradition that continues in many religions to this day. Alcohol can have a vice-grip on even the strongest people; it can be easier to pick up a drink than it is to allow yourself to examine thoughts and feelings that are uncomfortable or painful. Oct 24, 2005 - At this point, we are trying to straighten our lives out. Its a crazy world we live in (and being an ex-substance abuse counselor I should mention that one of the reasons people do cocaine is to help them drink more alcohol). You can't even imagine how glad I am . Jan 21, 2014 - No, like I said, I had seen this girl drinking all afternoon before she even met these local guys……..but nonetheless, getting a woman drunk in order to get into her pants seems pretty pathetic….doesn't it? We moved to a new city and are trying to find work. Elton the parrot was (and still is) a Citron-crested cockatoo, hatched in Wales at the zoo where I used to work. Nov 24, 2012 - To understand why something that causes so much harm is such an important part of the world economy and own our social lives, we need to take a long, hard, look at both ourselves and our close animal relatives. She used to travel everywhere on my shoulder.

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