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  • Television crews came and went from the actor's hilltop home - which he dubbed "Sober Valley Lodge" - the setting for segments scheduled to air on "Extra" and NBC's "Today" show.

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  • Television crews came and went from the actor's hilltop home - which he dubbed "Sober Valley Lodge" - the setting for segments scheduled to air on "Access Hollywood" and NBC's "Today" show.

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  • And if you read a few pages beyond that quote, it's quite clear that, unlike you, Sober is able to wrap his mind around the picture of communal evolution.

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  • In a house he calls "Sober Valley Lodge," Sheen has been living with a former porn star and a model - his "goddesses," he says.

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  • While he said he cured his substance abuse issues "with my mind" at the Mulholland Estates mansion he calls Sober Valley Lodge, addiction specialists at Promises' Malibu, Calif. facility, where Sheen completed a round of rehab in 1998 after overdosing on cocaine, question the actor's ability to tame temptation on his own.

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  • In a house he calls "Sober Valley Lodge," Sheen has been living with a porn star and a model -- his "goddesses," he says.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • In a house he calls "Sober Valley Lodge," Sheen has been living with a former porn star and a model - his "goddesses," he says.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In a house he calls "Sober Valley Lodge," Sheen has been living with a porn star and a model -- his "goddesses," he says.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • "" The silence scares me cos it screams the truth "I like how song lyrics can have the same meaning in everyday life (Song:" Sober "- Pink)"

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  • The idea of the modern-day rehabilitation center was also invented by Rush, who called for drunkards to be taken off the streets and locked up in a special asylum in Philadelphia called the Sober House.

    A Renegade History of the United States

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