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  1. Questionable activities I had to prevent Mr. Wold from engaging in:
  2. Our Clusterbuster info table: Bob and Rick Doblin engaging in deep conversation:
  3. Hi all! This was an amazing conference Bob and I attended last week. I've posted some pics and info on our FB page already, but also wanted to copy some here also for those who do not use FB. 2013 Psychedelic Science Conference Among the 1800 people at the Psychedelic Science 2013 MAPS conference we just attended in Oakland were hundreds of MD;s, PHD;s, the very best of the worlds researchers (33 countries represented) University administrators, famed authors and news outlets. The Clusterbusters information table was a HUGE sucess! To our surprise, we were approached numerous
  4. Come on, CH-HELL, post a pic for us! I went ahead and made my picture my avatar. I'm not normally quite that bulky....I think the camera must have added about 10 pounds. Â
  5. I like the pic you just posted of yourself, Jeebs. Sure, you may have been slightly overdressed for the occassion...but your hair looks amazing plus a guy can never go wrong wearing a tux!
  6. Oil based paint and bleach fumes are two big triggers for me also. My head goes ballistic for several days after being exposed to them. I've never noticed if money was a trigger. I would like to experiment with that, though.
  7. But...I already identified myself in Racer's picture. ;-)
  8. Bob, what are the dates for D.C.? I keep forgetting! I would REALLY like to attend the MAPS conference. Maybe if all of us clusterheads roomed together??? Kidding, I'm kidding...
  9. Love it! Doug, could you put this on the agenda for Chicago next year?? ;D
  10. Laughing...Be afraid, be afraid!! (I do have a tendancy tend to cause a little chaos at city council meetings.) Hey, wait a minute - a 65 year old male???
  11. I've never been kicked out of anything in my life, but Chris ousted me from The Cluster Headache Support Group for simply supporting and defending Bob. How sad is that??? Keep up the good work, Cindy!
  12. What?!?! You're a brat, Racer, a BRAT! ;D
  13. This is our chance to make a difference in the medical community!Â
  14. Participating in "Headache on the Hill" did something I never expected - it softened my somewhat hardened attitude. While it's true that referring to a cluster as a "headache" seems like such a downplay of our disorder, the fact remains that at this time our disorder IS referred to as a headache. I'll admit that I have a bit of a chip on my shoulder when it comes to physicians... uneducated and/or haughty neurologists, numerous misdiagnoses, and countless ineffective treatments. To my surprise, though, the majority of the AHDA board members are MD's and, as Bob mentioned, 25 MD's actuall
  15. Without a doubt, busting can help with migraines! When I began busting, I did it to help my cluster headaches. I also had chronic migraine and tension headaches (up to 28 days out of the month with a migraine headache). Since busting, I rarely get "regular" headaches and only have a migraine about every other month. My daughter was diagnosed with her first migraine at age four. It's so hard to watch your child suffer with such pain on a regular basis - lots of missed school, ER visits, and nasty meds. She's 17 now and recently began using seeds as an abortive and a preventative
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