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Dave from Dopey is back! MissMaeg chops it up with old school friend to the show Dave from Dopey. They talk about their fight, how they made up, plus MissMaeg analyzes Dave astrological chart! MissMaeg also asks Dave how he is doing today as the solo host of Dopey after Chris' death 2 years ago (almost to the day). Dave opens up about the success of Dopey and how Dopey Nation has taken on a life of its own with the Dopey Facebook group, online Dopey recovery meetings, and more. If you don't know who Dave from Dopey is, you must be living under a rock! Go back and listen to episodes #58 and #82 of The Addictionary podcast to catch Dave in our earlier days.
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