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  1.  Hopefully not, agreed. But we've seen so many people put off busting and then regret that they didn't hit it early. My suggestion -- Take a good-sized bunch of the ones you have now, while you're waiting for the fresh ones you order today to arrive. Worst that can happen is that the old ones have no effect; best is that you get a head start, just in case. Or, if they weren't shadows, maybe you get in a good preventive bust. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]
  2. J, I would definitely be open to meeting with you in Choo Choo if you still have the room. Speaking of which, do you have a room booked that you want to share? Anyone else out there that is looking to share a room, please post and let others know. BB
  3. At the risk of sounding like a cheerleader, I have to commend you J on another stellar post. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]
  4. OK, I am finally able to access clusterbusters.org (formerly clusterbusters.com) through the following link: https://clusterbusters.org/
  5. I cleared my cache, and am still getting the SSL Error message, even when I type in "clusterbusters.org". My ISP is North Georgia Network Cooperative, Inc. My browser of choice is Chrome, but I'm unable to access the website with IE and FireFox. John, let me know if you need any other info. Thanks, Bobb
  6. [movedhere] ClusterBuster Fund Raising Opportunities [move by] alleyoop.
  7. I moved Jim K's post along with Jeebs answer to a new topic on the board, "Share your busting stories". It can be found under the new topic, "Chronic - nothing working" alleyoop
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  9. It was Jacob that inspired me to join the National Bone Marrow Registry about 5 yrs ago. I have followed his battle ever since. Very sad. My love and prayers go out to the entire family. Bob Bowling
  10. Yea thanks captain obvious, gee why didnt I think of that? I have two collapsed hip joints and can barely walk... ill just stand by my tank for an hour at a time. thanks for your help! Totally uncalled for! Play nice guys.
  11. http://www.docguide.com/trigeminal-autonomic-headaches-caused-multinodular-goiter-case-report
  12. My sentiments exactly Ricardo. Nothing wrong with delving into this further, but let's not get the cart before the horse.
  13. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2582114/Scientists-use-venom-cone-snails-create-painkillers-powerful-morphine.html#ixzz2wDlR1Nk2
  14. Just a side note on this study: My onset age was about 13 or 14 yrs of age. I had a short cycle (1 - 2 mos). I know it was CH in hindsight because of the extreme pain, and I remember banging my head into the floor. Fast forward to age 50. After one year of misdiagnosis and unproductive major sinus surgery, I was diagnosed with 'primary chronic cluster headache'. No headaches from puberty to age 50. Go figure!
  15. Thanks for posting this Bob. I too am both saddened and distressed by this news. I remember Rex and his wife from the old Yahoo board, so it's been quite a few years since either were active on the boards to my knowledge. I remember listening to his CD a couple of years ago, and wondering how he was doing. Amen R.I.P. Jaques and Heather.
  16. Great to hear from you Ron! Really pulling for this to work for Bonkers! Love you guys!!
  17. "Scientific research tells us many animals can sense the Earth's magnetic field. Animals and humans have a magnetic field which surrounds them - very similar to the magnetic field which surrounds the Earth as its protector. Relates to humans (and various animals) charged particles from the Sun and our Milky Way can cause confusion or a disturbance in our emotions. The pineal gland, which regulates melatonin production and the circadian 24-hour rhythm, is sensitive to magnetic fields." "In a recently related study published in the scientific journal 'Geophysical Research', indications of a dormant gene is residing within all of us just ready to be tapped. It is known as 'Cryptochromes' (CRY). They are involved in the 'circadian' (24-hour cyclical rhythms) of daily life. Strong scientific evidence indicates geomagnetic fields have an influence on the light sensitivity of the human visual system." https://earthchangesmedia.com/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=277&wysijap=subscriptions
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  19. About a tsp of powdered ginger (from your spice rack is fine) dissolved in a few ounces of tepid water (just warm enough to dissolve the ginger) has worked for many of us over the years to knock out stubborn shadows. Hope it works for hubby!
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