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I'm David Reyne. of 9am from last year, just for you. and we're churning through the best In the post festive rush, of the new year. the first credit card statement Today, we'll take a look at ways If you're a parent concerned cooler today stick around for our revisited water of drug-testing teenagers. when we look at the methodology Peter Lawford rejoins us The son of legendary Brad Packer, 'The World's Fastest Indian'. for a look at his movie, women first popped that little pill And we're 40 years on from when the history of contraception. Gab Cobax takes us through and highly addictive. extraordinarily powerful bodies of nearly 50,000 Australians. It plays havoc with the minds and snort it and inject it You can smoke it, And when he appeared on 9am,

but I don't know what it is. I've heard bits and pieces nervous system psychostimulant, Well, quite simply, it's a central so it speeds you up. a purer form of amphetamine. and crystal meth is just A stronger form. and it lasts longer but it's stronger It's like amplifying up your voice. like any drug is. It's manufactured in laboratories busted in Victoria. of some of the labs that have been 31 tonnes in China. They've just recently busted It was on its way here. Cheap.

When you first use it, yeah. more you need more money. and you need more and when you need at $35 for a night out. It looks attractive at the beginning you're uncool. and he said if you're not using ice, It's that widespread? has tried it. Just about every young person I know Wow. you can snort it, inject it. We mentioned in the intro first. Most people will take it orally at a club. They'll have it with a drink Swallow it as well? You drop a crystal in? We saw the crystals there. in the glass of water. You drop a crystal in a crack pipe They usually smoke it effect. and it has an incredibly intense

and bullet-proof. They're 6-foot tall maybe low self-esteem People that have would be attracted to it. I've had my life threatened, and in the last 2-3 years,

in 17 years before. and I'd never seen that Why is that happening? that makes you... Is there a component in the drug We used to hear about crack it's very, very similar to crack. It's not exactly the same but

at the moment I've got a client in our program that's there for armed robbery. a knife to his mother's throat And the armed robbery was holding And he loves his mother. He would never do that. deep-seated anger for him it's maybe bringing up practitioners like me to deal with. but it's extremely difficult for

they take drugs, Because as soon as they mention "We can't treat you." which are already overburdened. It's hospital casualties And it's a drain on the resources. in terms of how widespread this is? children that are going, Certainly, parents that have

home and they're still chirpy, if they're out all night and come

that you can pick up on, There's a lot of other symptoms Don't spell it wrong. And it's called formication. mites under their skin. They pick, they think they've got

Squeeze them out on their face. Like the junky itches. Absolutely more intense. But more intense. to someone who... or does that sort of thing occur like psychosis and hallucinations. tolerance to it Some people will have an incredible the anger and the violence. that's when you start to see and the news articles just a newspaper

what this is all about too. You know first-hand What was your poison? What sort of addict were you? then a psychologist. robbing banks, prisoner, like most young people, I started off with alcohol,

Liked that. solution to my life. So I was looking at an economic And got involved that way at business as a young man. and I was very successful in that business. I should have stayed of automotive franchises My family now have a chain but I chose to use drugs. There's things I could have done a drug takes a drug, A man takes a drug, and then the drug takes the man. what you can do if you're addicted, particularly about the treatment and what parents might be able to do Stick around. coming in as well? We have somebody from your clinic after this. We'll be back with more of this

We're continuing our chat about the dangers of the drug, ice, with Richard Smith, and Simon Francis, a recent graduate of Richard's clinic. Between the two of you, how you explain what the clinic is and, Between the two of you, how about Simon, you can tell us how you got involved? Well, I used drugs for about 23 years and towards the end I was using ice. It basically turned me into a maniac. And I had a point where I was fighting my family, my mother and father, a point where I was fighting with which are beautiful lovely people, and I got to a point where I was punching on with my father and I was calling my mother the the sun and I was standing over was calling my mother every named them. I couldn't hold down a job. When you're on this drug, you want you're off it, all you do is try to more and more and more kwhfplt

find ways to get more. got to a point where I was actually find ways to get more. Basically, I starting to plan an armed so I could get a huge amount of it. starting to plan an armed robbery That's not me. That's not the type of person I am. I did everything of person I am. I did everything I said I'd point where I wanted it to stop. I said I'd never do. I got to the couldn't stop. Every week living pay all my wages on the drug. You pay cheque to pay cheque. I'd spend

all my wages on the drug. You were still working? Yeah. You were flying add work? I had a job flying add work? I had a job where I had it delivered to the back at times. It must have affected your work? In the start I had it delivered to the back door

it to try and keep an edge. I your work? In the start I was using was good. chef for 20 years. At the start it edge. But in the end it fries your brain I was was good. I was able to keep that

remember things from one minute to the next brain? Fries the frontal lobes of your brain. How did you got to the point where -y involved in Richard's program? I attacks when I was coming off the help. I was having huge anger traffic drugs. Someone had cut me off in

"Yeah, whatever." Give them traffic and normal people would, "Yeah, whatever." Give them the finger. I would chase them smash their window and that kind of stuff. stuff. Turned me into an absolute maniac. maniac. And my folks, God bless them, had heard about program and they'd actually tricked me in to it to me in to it to start with too, go for for some anger management counselling. I was going counselling. That's what I thought realised why I was there. And I had a moment you're ever going to change your life and this come in? Are they happens when you see someone like this come in? Are they all the same? Are you ever frightened or different. It's a drug clinic we should point out. I I set think think? They're all quite

up the clinic many years ago to different. It's a drug addiction

Government programs addressing. What happened with Government address a problem I didn't see

programs harm minimisation. Controlled using and reduce the harm associated with programs is they decided to have

it and I decided I needed to an abstinent-based program. Guys it and I decided I needed to have like Simon come in and We've got a 15-year-old girl there like Simon come in and young women. at the moment who's used ice in clubs. clubs. She's getting into clubs at 15. God. You have to grab 'em and hold 'em there? We can't imprison them. And they run off. We've had a guy stay there for two weeks. And he's gone. He should have been there for 12. The young girl ran away came back. I set up there for 12. The young girl who ran away came back. I set up a program that was going to look at the five aspects of addiction. It affects us physically, emotionally, how we think, it affects spiritually and Simon should be helping me here and giving me how we think, it affects us

fifth one. But we look at all helping me here and giving me the aspects and so what we try do is treat all those aspects. Not just fifth one. But we look at all the

about changing their thinking or social environment, it's abouts changing how they emotionally. And then also really the foundation of the 12-step changing how they react and respond

program that we use is spiritual the foundation of the 12-step

based. You're six months clean. How different does it feel now than you did when you were an addict? I today I was not the person I was when I was using drugs. Do you did when you were an addict? I feel

still have a taste for it? Get into those circumstances where you think? I still have thoughts. But those thoughts are just thoughts. realise that if I was to act those thoughts are just thoughts. I those thoughts t would bring me back all that misery to start. Back realise that if I was to act out on

to square one. Do you think of your family in situations like that family in situations like that and what you did to your parents because you think highly of them? Absolutely. program has shown me I'm not that type of person and I've been able Absolutely. Fortunately this

to forgive myself. They've forgiven me as well. Everything I love has come back into my life again. that's gold. Why does it happen? come back into my life again. To me Youth, forever have come Youth, forever have come into contact with drugs. some people fall hard and contact with drugs. Yep. Why do others? Is there a statistic some people fall hard and why don't that? I have a bit of a rule of others? Is there a statistic behind that? I have a bit of a rule of thumb in my 20 years 10% of people who try drugs thumb in my 20 years of experience. 10% of people who try drugs or alcohol, any sort of drug, 10% end up having problems with it. It's not about It's not about how much you use or how often you use it, it's where it takes takes you. Does it destroy relationships, do you lose you not relationships, do you lose jobs, do the social effects schooling because of it? They're the individual. There's a whole lot of reasons it's find that this works. They're a bit shy, they they've got some issue or drama and

there and gregarious, I'm loved shy, they take this drug, I'm out wonderful. Drugs have a positive effect. Then they effect. Then they have a negtive effect. does the current thinking of trying to teach your kids to teach your kids to say no, does it it work? I don't think it does. I'm fairly controversial in fairly controversial in my industry and I think happens is I get most of my addicts are well educated. They know more make any difference because what

about or a about drugs than a pharmacologist schools I think we should be or a doctor. What can you do? At thinking kids how to handle They should thinking kids how to handle life. emotional growth. What's emotional growth? How do you grow? How do you grow talking religion or anything of grow spiritually? That's not that stuff, that stuff, it's getting in touch with Mother with Mother Earth or whatever. Getting people to feel part of Getting people to feel part of the community. There's a disconnection with community and we don't teach it at school. We teach maths, with community and we don't teach science, we might teach home economics which was cooking day or whatever. We don't teach how to manage relationships? economics which was cooking in my

Relationships, I say, Relationships, I say, are the biggest killer of addicts. They get into relationships, resentments, hate each other, have a whack and dead. It's that simple. I treat it as a disease, an illness. And don't let anyone get it wrong, it's a fatal disease. It's just like cancer. It will kill eventually. If it doesn't maim on the way. If there are it doesn't kill it will torture and parents out there who think that someone in their family or kids are on ice, what can they do? First of all, they can try and contact the local drug and alcohol agency they're with that's in their area. Ring direct line. But you can look on our website, contact us as well. We have an intervention program. That's what happened here with Simon. Simon, it was an intervention. If his parents hadn't Simon. Simon, it was an intervened, he would still be out there using. He came in. He identified with me. All my practitioners are recovering practitioners are recovering addicts. We've been there. We've got qualifications to be able to educate and train and share our therapeutic value than one addict working with another. That's what experience. There's no better

Simon would say that clicked for him. It was the first time in my life I was able to speak to somebody understood what I was feeling and what I was feeling and what I was using because they used themselves and been down that road themselves.

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Anthony is back Anthony is back in the kitchen with another Summertime favourite. Slippery, sticky fishy bits. Squid. Or calamari? Let me tell you, from Anthony's book here, squid, calamari and cuttle figsz are in the Sam family. Sometimes calamari and squid are used interchangably. Line them up and the differences are apparent. They are different S. the taste different? The taste is quite similar. Cuddle fish, the preferred one of the 3 is cuddle fish. Said to have the best Cuddle fish is meant to be better flavour as well, more to do doo fish. Said to have the best flavour.

with its valume. Cuddle fish seems to produce a better volume of ink sack. That's an eye, isn't it? these before or seen them whole? That's an eye. Have you cleaned You tend to buy the end product. And slice them up. I did buy baby octopus one time and I fed the eggs to the cat who vomited the ink on the carpet. That's great. Do you still have that cat, Kim? for that, David. She ran still have that cat, Kim? Thanks for that, David. She ran away and went to went to live with the neighbours. So if you want to get rid of event. This is cat. That was 10 years after the specimen. The tube from this will be quickly to clean it, here. This is basically it. Very

quickly to clean it, I'm not going to spend a lot of time on take this out and this is to spend a lot of time on this, you sac. This is what you -- take this out and this is the irpbg This is what you have sac. This is what you -- ink sac. This is what you have to be careful of. You use that in cooking. Yes. taste like? Like the fish itself. Very,

I'll do is move this over here. of... So these parts here, what problem. Because all you're using, I won't get too much board, you're taking out the eye, head Want me to head and keeping the tentacles. Want me to wipe this for you? They're all They're all edible. Sorry, Kim. Then you

part here. Where did that Then you have the tube part. This part here. Where did that come from? From the bit you see on the beach? The bit from? From the inside. That's the on the beach is harder and white? Squid have a clear sort of backbone. Cuddle fish have those hard white ones that you see ones that you see budgeies chewing on. That's what they are. on. That's what they are. Basically, I'll I'll do one side. You've got the wings on the cuddle fish as well, the membrane here and you're they're all edible. You peel off with the wings. I'm not going to spend any more time on that. the membrane here and you're left

spend any more time on that. Nearly everything everything on these things. That's really interesting. I've never seen that done before. I've never cuttle fish on the menu? I'm surprised more that done before. I've never seen

surprised more people don't use it. What you find a lot of restaurants will use is a frozen product. will use is a frozen product. And good restaurants will use louz pretty much 50%, probably more - 60%, 70% is wastage on good restaurants will use this. You

- 60%, 70% is wastage on these things. That's why they buy whole frozen things. They tend things. That's why they buy in the be a bit water logged. I'm not a whole frozen things. They tend to fan of frozen seafood. These are fresh ones. We're going to cut fan of frozen seafood. These are and fry them. You can fresh ones. We're going to cut them rings which people will call calamari rings. There's the squid, and fry them. You can cut them into

cut them and they suddenly become calamari rings. So that's just a misnoma, really. Or you can cut them into strips which is very easy or do the real - which is what we'll do today - score them so they look like a flower. A chef slices those? I thought that was the way the thing came? This is how it works. You open it up like so. That's sticky and bubbly. Washing it will get rid of flavour. That's fine. With a sharp it will get rid of the extra knife, preferably a cleaver, and this is why the Chinese do it so well because they're very quick at it. Most people will score it. What you tend to do and I'm cutting two 3rds of the way down into the flesh. Hear that? I did. Like so. Is that purely asthetic? Yes, in a sense, yes. Actually, it helps it cook yes. Actually, it helps it cook a little quicker as well little quicker as well but basically you want it to curl and open up and leave this effect is what we'll do now. Let's cook open up and leave this effect which the sucker. What do we do? got the oil on but we need to the sucker. What do we do? We've how hot the oil is. One of the best got the oil on but we need to know ways to know how hot it piece of bread in there. How long ways to know how hot it is drop a should it take? 10 or 15 seconds.

should it take? 10 or 15 seconds. What sort of oil is it? Peanut oil and vegetable oil in there. Quite bit? Yes. Egg whites? Salt and and vegetable oil in there. Quite a touch the fish. pepper flower mix. I'd rather not You've mixed flour with salt touch the fish. Thank you for that. pepper. I've got corn flour and You've mixed flour with salt and salt and

rice flour is lighter than the corn flour is lighterer and the flour? Especially flour? Especially good if you're wheat gluten intolerant as Good thinking. It could be a bit wheat gluten intolerant as well. hotter. The trick with this is too long hotter. The trick with this is not leave it in the chewyer too long because the longer you

leave it in the chewyer it gets. Very good. Very good. That's not quite hot enough s that It should have come up faster enough s that what you're saying? position. We had the oil it's very hard when you're in this long. Let's have a look at this quickly. Already you see curled up. Oh, yes. That's lovely. It is very pretty that way. That first piece

first piece there is ready. I would have cooked it have cooked it till it was a bit browner. That's a very lesson already. Only because the oil hasn't come up to the oil hasn't come up to the heat we wanted. It would be cook it too long, suddenly it's going to become chewy. A couple lemon wedges. The flavour is going to become chewy. A couple of lemon wedges. The flavour is all in the

the flour. Too easy. Time for a quick bite and tell us the flour. Too easy. Quick taste? what you think. Excellent. Good. That's why it's a beautiful. If you would like to That's why it's a favourite. It's salt and pemer your own squid, log on to the 9am website and any other bits and along the way. Time for bits and pieces Anthony has cooked earner. Summer is here and so along the way. Time for our little the girls. Good morning to talk earner. Summer is here and so are about Nads. You'd like to talk about the Nads product That's right. As the hair removal about the Nads product range? specialests, we know having silky smooth skin does not begin and end with simply removing hair. We've developed it to understand the hair removal process developed it to help women to feel good and look good. Natalie, you've seen it grow? We understand women have different needs different skin types so we've women have different needs and products to ensure we can all developed a

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Christopher Lawford, the son Christopher Lawford, the son of Pete Lawford undertook quite a his true journey before realising acting was joined us last year. I'm here, I his true calling. Christopher for 10 days and go back home? and David just in case. You're here for the movie and Allegedly. You never know. I'm here In a moment's notice I could be for the movie and I wrote a book. asked to go to who knows where? The movie is fantastic. Thank you. It's such a We're such a beautiful lyrical movie. discovering your calling as an We're talking about, you're actor. The main player in the movie is Anthony Hopkins.

is Anthony Hopkins. I've seen 'The World's Fastest Indian' six times and have not caught Anthony Hopkins acting once. And he even quite well with the Australian acting once. And he even manages accent? It's New Zealand and a very specific New Zealand accent. It's quite a difficult accent to do and accent? It's New Zealand and a very

he does it brilliantly. What's it like when you play opsat guy like Anthony Hopkins? Acting's like tennis, the better the person you play against, the better you are. I think this is about as good a work as I'll ever probably do and it was a dream come true. I had known Tony Hopkins as a friend and mentor many years. I never thought I'd gate chance to work with him. It Hopkins as a friend and mentor for

was a dream come true. We worked in the US and stayed in this gambling town. We'd work all day and play slot machines at night. It's funny watching him pulling a slot machine. They Here you push the button. Saves the They still pull them over there.

RSI, they find. It's all when you're doing that. I think RSI, they find. It's all exercise we've got a grab from a movie where he first arrives, all the fastest he's come all the way from New people in the world is there and

Zealand and everyone thinks this guy doesn't know what he's doing. Let's take a look. 95. Look at thing go. 90. Hello smoke. He's leaving us What is that old guy up to. That Hello smoke. He's leaving us behind. solves the question of whether solves the question of whether he can handle it. It really is terrific. It's a can handle it. Look at him go. Go! story? It is a true story. It really is terrific. It's a true story? It is a true story. His life dream and he drove it over 200 miles an drive this whacky Indian motorcycle

stands today. For that class of engine, that record that engine, that record that was done in 1967 still stands. You had a ball working with in 1967 still stands. You must have people. There's such a good had a ball working with those of fun people. There's such a good sense community. I of fun in everyone. It's an amazing car driver, jet car driver, I drove a community. I play this race car

heads car 400 miles an hour. Any petrol heads that love they're heads that love that going fast, sub-culture of going fast on real window in to this great interesting machines. I was sub-culture of going fast on very you tell funny stories from Hollywood. Can Munroe. you tell me the one about Marilyn

Munroe. The fellow you before, somebody gave him Munroe. The fellow you had on and you can't get it here unfortunately, up and my sort of journey. And I was taught the twist at a Amazon. It's about my life growing

was big. I have a lot of stories young age by Marilyn Munroe. That like that in the book because like that in the book because I grew up circumstances. I was reading grew up in pretty extraordinary your book is "What happens last night the first sentence of you're born with the American dream your book is "What happens when fulfilled?" You had nowhere was given everything you could fulfilled?" You had nowhere to go? I possibly want when I was born and squandered it all and I'm not proud of that. My journey is one of getting getting everything, turning my back on it and getting a second chance and hopefully making the most of it. It's an interesting journey. really proud of where I come from. It's an interesting journey. I'm I'm proud of my uncles, Jack and Bobby Kennedy and proud of my father. I was blessed to be into these circumstances that are father. I was blessed to be born really kind of unique in history and I get a chance to be really kind of unique in American history and I get a chance to be a part of part of it. You're quite honest it, you talk about struggles with part of it. You're quite honest in drugs which seems to be something that, the children of famous people drugs which seems to be something

really suffer from. It's something I do a lot today, I speak all over the world on substance abuse and addiction. It's an important issue to me. I tell a story early on when I was 5 years old, I went to the Democratic convention and my uncle Jack won. I got tired and they brought me back to bed and my upbgskpl my mother night and woke me up and my uncle upbgskpl my mother came in that said, "Christopher, I've been nominated to be President of the US, it's a really difficult job, will you help me?" I said, "Sure, can we do it tomorrow, I'm kind of tired right now." So, yeah, it's been a

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Woody as simple. He asked a girl to go Woody Allen regarded contraception as simple. He asked a girl to go to bed bed with him, no she said. laughed. This is no laughing bed with him, no she said. How he laughed. This is no laughing matter. Many pregnancies aborted are caused from the failure of contraception. Big the types of contraception on offer. of contraception. Big changes in A professor joined us to explain the many options now available. Thank you for coming in. Nice first pill. I was saying my mother was was telling me when the pill first came effects at first but over the years it's been ironed out it's been ironed out where there are are so many choices now? Even mupbgsz the pills. mupbgsz the pills. Lots of pills on the the market. If one chooses the right effects. Is it 100% right pill you can choose the side method? I think Woody Allen's. That's the only 100% to my knowledge. What's knowledge. What's the most effective? Whether contraception goes wrong, finished having children. there are two elements. Someone there are two elements. Someone not using using it properly, condoms, diaphragms and spermicides. The pill, if the woman pill, if the woman takes anti-biotics. A method like an implantable hormone, it has the advantage that once it's in and in properly, there is no user failure, only the method failure and very I'm interested in. There have been low. Let's talk about the implants changes to those, haven't changes to those, haven't there? The idea is to introduce hormones into the body on a daily basis which stop the egg from being released or stop the sperm going through the mucus or several other things. With the smart that has been developed, -- things. With the smart tech naul technology that has been developed, one can produce this. One can put an implant in the arm which will do it for three years. What are they like? How big are they? The the arm is like a 4-centimetre arm like? How big are they? The one in match stick. No-one can tell match stick. No-one can tell it's there except for the person wearing it. It stops eggs from being released and it's 99.9% safe contraception. And the modified old-fashioned IUD. old-fashioned IUD. Hormone in the stem. That lasts for five years. Let's talk about that because I know that years ago there was certainly sort of women of my pum's generation remember, and I remember in the news at the time too, the whole copper 7 drama. How have IUDs changed now? The most popular ones are the hormone producing ones but it's still not very good for who haven't had children. These systems are basically for couples it's still not very good for people

who have finished their family. Why is that? The problem is that having something inside your uterus, a foreign body, increases the risk of infection. If people are having relations which then the risk of infection. That's not very good. difficult to put in. More difficult to tolerate and cause more pain. So Until you've had babies, they're

they're good intraival contraception but you're not ready to have your tubes clipped. there a general idea to have your tubes clipped. Is of the women? I don't contraception is the responsibility of the women? I don't think so. There are consequences for both sides of the couple if someone falls pregnant. What are the guys doing? They're very supportive. It's to be there with their boyfriends. It's quite common for teenage girls That's That's terrific. A lot more male involvement. Condoms with HIV. Condoms were sort of totally out favour in the '80s but have Condoms were sort of totally out of favour in the '80s but have picked up use pills are recommended to use up in the '90s and for people who condoms as well. The double Dutch method. The French used a British overcoat. Then method. The French used to call it a British overcoat. Then the British British called a French letter. No-one would No-one would take responsibility for here. I'm sort of loathe to Dutch cap. We've got one of those here. I'm sort of loathe to touch it. They still use these? They've got a fair failure rate. And they fling off. 80% effective. If 100 couples use it, but 20 would fall pregnant. You've got one baby

baby and don't feel quite ready to have another one, you don't want have another one, you don't want to use hormones or have anything inside you, but a diaphragm is inside you, but a diaphragm is a good way to delay it. wount be a reasonable choice good way to delay it. But that definitely didn't want a baby. How long away from a contraceptive? A long way. We make those millions of those millions of sperm every occasion we of the sperm has to be stopped. occasion we ejaculate and every one They're tricky little knock the one egg on the head They're tricky little suckers. You month and it is safe but for men it's much more difficult. knock the one egg on the head each

it's much more difficult. Hormones that turn off sperm sex drive. Therefore not only that turn off sperm also turn off you kill the sex drive. Therefore not only do you kill the sperm, but you kill the ability and that's not so Impotence is a real the ability and that's not so good. think we'll see a male pill in my Impotence is a real concern. I done working lifertime. What's the next generation for women? there's a new method coming out a generation for women? I think the vaginal ring. Rather than take agpill every day for three weeks and stopping for a week a vaginal ring? Whereabouts. Where an RUD would go at the top of the cervix? You wouldn't feel it. It releases hormones and the benefit is the hormone goes straight into the circulation, like the implant in the arm, rather than have to swallow it. It goes to the liver and back nat the gut and circulation. Administering the pill, even though it's probably the biggest breakthrough in contraception, is not very good way to administer hormones. It's like going from Como to the City through Glenwaverley. There have been so many fabulous sort of methods and inventions over the years. Does one leap to the the forefront of your mind as being really bizarre? Some of the things what of the things what they used in the early days - the camels were the first ones for contraception, they put stones in the camels. Would they get them out again? It doesn't say. Stones in there to act like an antiuterine device for the Poor camels. antiuterine device for the camels. Poor camels. A stiff drink of whiskey or something. Hopefully we've moved beyond that. We've got all these methods and yet we know there's abouts 100,000 in Australia and many other preg nrs -- pregnancychise there's abouts 100,000 terminations

nrs -- pregnancychise aren't planned that continue. planned that continue. We still haven't mastered adequate contraception. Women need to contraception. Women need to get the method for themselves? We have to think broadly and about the the best possible contraceptive

think broadly and about the newer methods like methods like implants and it's important there are as many choices discussed, different methods are suitable for different lifetime and different partners. You have to be able to use you at a time. We have to make sure asmany methods possible. The asmany methods are available as possible. The Government has made the most of

subsidising them and we have to provide them to couples and so they can plan their fam thaelz best they can. More provide them to couples and women

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A tropical fever or delirium suffered by sailors after long periods of sea who imagine oceans to be a green field. It's periods of sea who imagine the the sort of delirium that causes authors to pen a long time to their books. "Don't tell mum I'm on the rigs, I play a piano in a whore house." the writer was every bit as interesting as his cracker jack book title. Crack a jack title. did you feel the need to lie to book title. Crack a jack title. Why your mum? It goes back to the '60s, I can't take cred for the title. An old oil field gag. I thought I first saw it on a trbs shirt when I was 12. What does it mean? One of those things that back in that time, working offshore was ebgsz tremely rough. Guys that did it tended be looked down upon. It is still rough. Guys that did it tended to dangerous? Don't tell my mother I work offshore, tell her work offshore, tell her I'm a piano player in a whore house. It's much more respectable. You still do it? I'm flying to northern Russia tomorrow afternoon. Are you mad? A little bit. Have you been on the Russian rigs before? My 7th trip Russia. I can't imagine any rig is fun. I dearly love the Russian rigs before? My 7th trip to

fun. I dearly love the Russian people and all that they have offer, mechanically sometimes they people and all that they have to leave the screw out occasionally? we nearly lost the rig. It nearly capsized. 120 guys freaking Funny you mention that. Last year

3 o'clock in the morning, mining 36 degrees, trying to put survival capsized. 120 guys freaking out add

suits on and get in lifeboats. It was chaos. Did you start hearing a dreadful groaning in the submarine? They ballast so the rig can go up and down in the water. The portside pontoon started to leak. five degrees of list and pontoon started to leak. It got to chafrp said, "Abandon the rig." It five degrees of list and the man in

was chaos. A lot joining them - vodka Bob. I are real characters. I'll be joining them - vodka Bob. I was in a room with him. A Canadian who is the seal basher. I'm in a room with these alarm goes off and room with these two guys and the of his survival suit. He was just doing was crazy. What sort, these guys, doing this. Doing those ones. It to make him want to go characters. What appeals to a man

amazing? It can be and anywhere else? The money is amazing? It can be and depends on who you're working for and where any given job you're working. The guys, we've got multidegrees from highly capable switched-on people working alongside turkey season back home and his new truck. And truck. And you put a bunch of guys in the remote part of the like that and it's always funny. This book isn't just about It's a travel log too. Is it a This book isn't just about oil rigs. travel book? biography but quite travel book? Published as a the travel section because so much of my work biography but quite often it's in

after another. A bit of a blur. I all over the place. One airport Nigeria and the reason was I was born in Nigeria and left chapter that your experience in

old and I born in Nigeria and left six months about it but my parents do. I've old and I don't remember anything always considered perhaps I should go back there and chapter, perhaps I shouldn't. go back there and having read your chapter, perhaps I shouldn't. Take an oozi an oozi with you. Grab your cavlar vest. Nigeria -- conserve investor. Nigeria use bead a jewel but it's vest. Nigeria -- conserve lar

dangerous. You tell an amazing but it's incredibly corrupt and story. We were held hostage on rig and shot at. That was something that bends you out of shape story. We were held hostage on the

you realise someone is trying to that bends you out of shape when shoot you. Best described as a mutiny. 16 ebs pats on board and over 100 Nigerian nation ldz and decided they wanted a pay rise and the oil company said, "No, wait till the end of your current contract." One day they disappeared and came back with guns. "OK. was the end of it." the American and came back with guns. "OK. That Navy said stop all this or we'll take the rig back by force. Everyone said, "Can we keep our

jobs?" That was the end of it. We watched cartoon network for weeks until we ran out of food. What a classic sto