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  1. 1 minute ago, BoscoPiko said:

    Wow @xBoss showing your eclectic side with this one :P

    ha, this one is more my love for Eastern Europe. My last name came from right on the Ukraine and Poland border. I feel that Western culture ruins us and makes us sad and I wish we could go back to simpler times like they still live today in this video.

     

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  2. 16 minutes ago, Bejeeber said:

    On that weed related note, lately I've found that puffing some CBD bud (Elektra strain, no THC) before bed seems to help sleep longer before the first of the several wake ups.

    @xBoss, interested in whether there is a particular strain you find most effective or just weed in general?

    I'm pretty sure most weed strains would leave me just lying there all paranoid for a while if I were try smoking before bed. :P

    Indica seems to be the downer more pain killing and knock you out type. Sativa used to give me stay up all night energy but not since I was about 45. The last five years any weed will knock me out. As for strains, I never really pay attention lol. Michigan has been a weed free for all for a while now and from an old dudes perspective it's all cush :p

    It really helps with the restless legs and the restless hips (same feeling in the hips). Those can be horrible but weed is 100% working on those issues as well.

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  3. 8 hours ago, Shaun brearley said:

    Dave Gahan great voice 

    I love these guys. My buddy and I crashed a party once after they played in Michigan and Martin was there. Was fairly epic but I was too scared to talk to him since I was not supposed to be there :p

     

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  4. 1 hour ago, spiny said:

    I agree Xboss. I enjoy techno a lot too. My youngest recommended Infected Mushroom to me today. :D Most genres of music are great, at the right time. 

    I enjoy ATB and others from that era of Techno. Love the layers in the music. 

    Oh, nice!

    In that case let me add Perturbator. That retro synth is huge right now.

     

     

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  5. 19 minutes ago, Juss said:

     

    The last one, I promise, Whitley, hits home on many levels. He could have been huge had his demons not overcome him, something I get in many ways. Music is my life, and I spend hours listening to it each day. Up to 20 hours a day, depending on a headache/pain cycle. 

    Let em rip. Maybe this thread can live for a while and have a nice list. TY!

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  6. 48 minutes ago, Dallas Denny said:

    If I'm "medicating" my ch I always have Neil's Harvest album ( Harvest is under-rated as a music choice to take a journey on in my opinion)and the brick in the wall cd with the comfortably numb cut....for every day it's old, classic country on willies roadhouse or the eagles and John Prine on the boom box!

    DD

    I def like them both. Have them on vinyl. 

  7. 4 hours ago, spiny said:

    Too funny Xboss!! After you watch Acid Rain, a YouTube page pops up which includes a video on 'How to pick Liberty Caps'!!!! :D

    I enjoyed all three of the songs guys! The guitar was haunting and driving too Jon. The video to Anvil was pretty amazing Xboss! 

    I look forward to additions to this thread!!!! :)

    Yeah, that is a crazy video!

    Here is one I like to listen to when busting :)

     

     

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  8. Hey all,

    I try to relax to music when I can. It does help and there was a forum member here a while ago that claimed they were beating CH with just a music regimen! I forget who that was.... Anyway, post your picks here of the stuff you like that may be fairly obscure so we can try out some new stuff.

    I'll start with one artist. Lorn is pretty good. I have many. :)

     

     

     

     

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  9. 10 minutes ago, spiny said:

    Bosco, my MRI's come back with that damage too. So when I get forgetful, I blame it!!! :rolleyes:

    I never had an MRI. I def have to get one eventually. The whole rule out other stuff is probably not an issue since I have had this condition for over 23 years but still need to check. I have terrible medicare insurance though. :(

  10. It's a career buster for sure. We all have similar but very different paths with this mess. My life trajectory was changed as well like most of us. I try to take it as a challenge but it can def. be a downer. Like Bosco said, that work from home bit is huge now. I try to make money from several streams and one of them is making stuff that I sell. It's been a while but I used to crank out some cool stuff and sell the heck out of it.

     

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