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    Default Re: My Interview with KRISTIN CASEY (Author of "Rock Monster: My Like with Joe Walsh"

    Thanks for posting that, Rambo. Enjoyed it!
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    Lots of fun! Great interview!


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    Thanks everyone! I am proud to say Kristin told me that this was her favorite interview out of the 50+ she's done for the promotion of "Rock Monster"!
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    Thanks again so much for sharing your interview, Rambo. I really enjoyed it and am so glad that Kristin got her life together. She seems to be in a really good place now. You know when an addict sincerely takes responsibility for their own actions, instead of blaming everyone and everything else, that they are on the right path.

    As far as her having an unfavorable opinion of Don and Glenn, it doesn't really surprise me. As Kristin said herself, successful recovery from addiction means you have to cut ties with those who enable your behavior. At the time she was with Joe, Don and Glenn were trying to put the Eagles back together and they (particularly Glenn) knew that a sober Joe was the only way that the Eagles resumption was going to succeed. I believe that they must have viewed Kristin as a threat to Joe maintaining his sobriety, so they probably were not interested in befriending her. I get that she probably didn't see their better sides.

    I am looking forward to reading the book to get more insight.

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