Bob remembers his last New Year’s drink. He remembers all the drinks he had that New Year’s. He was a young husband and father, and attended a neighborhood celebration. He doesn’t remember much besides the drinks, and the fact he became “very inappropriate.” His taste for alcohol started in childhood, as his father was a drinker, and the family lived in what was rural land that often got cold in winter, and in a home with no heat or indoor plumbing. Alcohol helped him feel warm. In his teens, he started working with father painting houses. But one day. his father suffered a stroke. It was the same day the plane carrying three superstar musicians crashed, killing his heroes.