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    Originally posted by moose eater View Post

    Thanks Weez.

    I have no reason to doubt that you've seen the successes you have with your regimen. I do, however, believe it is a bit short-sighted to assume that because this regimen worked for you, it is the answer to others' metabolisms/cancer, etc. I suspect you, of all folks, know the inherent error in tracking a singular case, and presuming the twists and turns in that case are the same for others.

    That's why credible studies typically use a base of respondents that is able to distance anecdotal outcomes; often in the thousands, tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of participants..

    My best success thus far, when I was pushing my PSA downward, was when I was consuming whole flowers, both CBD and THC, and butter, decarboxylated and not, consuming a combined amount of CBD and THC in excess of 850 mg total, and sometime perhaps closer to the fabled 1,000mg/1 gram. Under that regimen, whether significant or not, and research says it's not THAT significant, I pushed my PSA of 8 down to 6.9. It was after I reduced the intake of CBD & THC (in what ever form) that my latest 11.1 popped up, bringing with it lots of dissatisfaction.

    My point in continuing to ask the questions of others who have had successes is to see what regimen THEY were on, whether that correlates to the dosages and frequency others found success with or not. That way I/we can assess averages where successes are concerned, re. dose, frequency, etc., as the good Gov has, for decades, made sure that none of this evidence is available, involving human subjects, in larger studies, with thousands, if not tens of thousands of participants.

    That's my goal.

    Again, I have zero reason to doubt that your regimen worked for you at one point, and maybe still does. but I also know that individual anecdotes are not how we define valuable insights to research that might've been done in a more timely manner, and which would've maybe left us better informed re. what we're dealing with.

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    Dead & Company, with John Mayer.

    'Bertha'

    Bertha John Mayer D&C 2018 Garcia Vibe - YouTube
    All of the above is correct.
    Sorry that I only have one subject to play with.

    The only other information is the dosage used by Mr. Simpson and his patients that got full remission.
    I did more than a year of very high dosage. Out of fear, and the American stance of more must be better.
    It is not. Not for opiods, Tylenol, even Aspirin. Higher than the effective dosage is not "more effective" and will eventually be lethal
    More than enough of the oil won't kill you, the LD-50 is way too high. But I did show in my single instance that higher dosage was less effective for me.
    Make of it what you will. I will follow your progress as I may learn something new.
    I only offered my information because of the life or death nature of this.

    Carry on with aloha,
    Weeze
    "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so."
    - Mark Twain

    "Plants do things for a reason, they don't just decide one day to get root rot or act funny." -Weedhound
    R.I.P

    A prudent question is one-half of wisdom. -Francis Bacon

    A wise man is superior to any insults which can be put upon him, and the best reply to unseemly behavior is patience and moderation. -Moliere


    You're behaving as if there is no hope. Someone musta told you you were hopeless and you believed them! That's it, isn't it? What you believe about yrself rests on a pile of someone else's shit! - Teddybrae

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      Originally posted by Weezard View Post

      All of the above is correct.
      Sorry that I only have one subject to play with.

      The only other information is the dosage used by Mr. Simpson and his patients that got full remission.
      I did more than a year of very high dosage. Out of fear, and the American stance of more must be better.
      It is not. Not for opiods, Tylenol, even Aspirin. Higher than the effective dosage is not "more effective" and will eventually be lethal
      More than enough of the oil won't kill you, the LD-50 is way too high. But I did show in my single instance that higher dosage was less effective for me.
      Make of it what you will. I will follow your progress as I may learn something new.
      I only offered my information because of the life or death nature of this.

      Carry on with aloha,
      Weeze
      Thanks Weez.

      I know the numbers of studies are -very- limited, which is why I ask those who have experience, even if they're just passing through the thread, as the poster the other day seems to have been, what the dosage, frequency, etc., were that provided successful outcomes.

      With Tylenol, opiates, etc., we know what the effective minimum lethal dose is, but even for those well-established and studied drugs, there's sometimes significant variance in how much of which of those drugs works for whom..

      Trying to piece together something more than 1 or 2 persons' data, even if informally, is a part of my goal.

      Yes, it's serious. Yes, my own metabolic shift, caused by (what ever), shows the sensitive nature of the 'engine' that is our bodies, running on a reasonably even keel, and the extracts can certainly effect that, even if not lethally.

      I accept your progress in your regimen, and have done lesser doses, and higher, though not hitting the 1,000mg mark, and not strictly a THC or THC-A extract program, instead using at least as much CBD.

      I'm still waiting on temps that will permit a more comfortable extraction outside for a THC-A extraction, and for more THC extract, as I'm getting down to maybe 25 doses (+/-) of the THC extract from before, but this particular winter seems intent on not letting go, disregarding a number of years previous, where we had freak warm and even HOT weather in April. Not this year, apparently.

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        I love Neil Young saw him live a couple times. I got my first Pfizer shot yesterday with no side effects we’ll see how the second shot does. They say the side effects show your body is doing what it is supposed to. You have people in your corner rooting for you.....
        Life is sudden be ready

        dont count the days make the days count
        Legal medical patient

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        “Make the most you can of the Indian hemp seed and sow it everywhere.” – George Washington
        "Some of my finest hours have been spent on my back veranda, smoking hemp and observing as far as my eye can see." - Thomas Jefferson
        "Two of my favorite things are sitting on my front porch smoking a pipe of sweet hemp, and playing my Hohner harmonica.” – Abraham Lincoln

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          Originally posted by sdd420 View Post
          I love Neil Young saw him live a couple times. I got my first Pfizer shot yesterday with no side effects we’ll see how the second shot does. They say the side effects show your body is doing what it is supposed to. You have people in your corner rooting for you.....
          Thanks, sdd.

          My wife had her second of the Pfizer vax a few weeks ago; maybe even over a month. The first one didn't do much to her, but her second left her feeling pretty shitty.

          Several friends in the Yukon Territory (Canada) had the series of Moderna shots, as did I, and all of them were screwed up by the second shot. The one, whom I spoke with yesterday via telephone, stated that since my onset of side-effects was relatively soon after the shot (several hours or a bit more) and the intensity of the effects was fairly stout in my case, she predicted my duration for suffering the negatives would be short-lived.

          I think she was right. I've gotten the whole-house in-line domestic H2O filters changed out, and 2 of 9 batches of soilless mix done, with a 3rd to happen tonight, if I have energy, and hopefully the remaining 6 batches tomorrow, as I got the micro-nutes all weighed out this evening..

          I still get chills on occasion, presumably from the left-overs from the vax, but nothing some long-johns can't take care of. WAY different than last night, when I was shaking like a leaf and every muscle was knotted up in chills at some points.

          A part of the changes in this whole affair, with my metabolism taking off on its own path, and other occurrences flying auto-pilot, is that what ever my resilience was before, seems to be different now, so there's no real dependable expectations for reactions to this, that, or the other. That was highlighted this morning, when, without doing my morning dose of CBD, and having eaten my night dose of THC yesterday much earlier than would've been typical, I decided to wake and bake with my PAX3. I used a 'hodge-podge' resulting from various testing of the last harvest, which consisted of 4-6 different plants I'd done this last go-round. Sure enough, and despite not having had an uncomfortable 'racy' experience from extracts or weed in a good while.. I had a rather (mildly) unpleasant high.
          So at this point, each day potentially provides a unique reaction to what was once taken for granted as predictable.

          Yes, Neil Young is a fine individual and musician/writer. I recall many nights listening to that specific Lp in a darkened basement bedroom, eating acid, and the calming effect of many of his pieces on there. Good stuff.

          Thanks again, sdd.

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          Neil Young, Live, Farm Aid, 1995

          'Comes a Time'

          Neil Young - Comes A Time (Live at Farm Aid 1995) - YouTube

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            These are time flies for you. Take one a day starting tomorrow.
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            I tried to lay down one night in a place far away when I was very weary. I was unable to go another step so I lay down hopeless and tried to stop breathing. That did not work. Timing was all wrong. I got up and here I am.

            “You can disagree without being disagreeable.”
            Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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              Originally posted by buzzmobile View Post
              These are time flies for you. Take one a day starting tomorrow.
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              I tried to lay down one night in a place far away when I was very weary. I was unable to go another step so I lay down hopeless and tried to stop breathing. That did not work. Timing was all wrong. I got up and here I am.
              Thanks buzz. The flies are hilarious, and the Moody Blues are beautiful. I have frequently sung that tune, both as a cynical commentary on life during 'strange moments', or just because... it's true.

              we've gotten about 15" of snow out of this blast thus far, and it's still coming down thicker than snot. A mildly heavy damp snow at somewhere near 25-28 degrees f., with a forecast for winds up to 35 mph, tells me that what comes next, before we drop to 0 f., (common occurrence with occluding fronts), is that we're apt to see some trees drop on power lines, so the week preceding departure for the slicing and dicing is apt to be a bit interesting.. (*My youngest son is knowledgeable re. stringing the 100' 12/3 extreme weather cord out the barometric make-up air vent in the basement, out to the shed, and hooking up one of the 2 Honda generators we have, to run just the 2 top floors of the house on the boiler, if the power shuts down, but it's always an easier task with a second set of hands on-board).

              Felt pretty good this morning (better than in a long while; almost like my old 'internal balance' was coming back), but the early and mid-day lethargy took hold long enough to allow me to check messages, visit a bit, and have a decent breakfast and lighter beginning to lunch.

              Chores for the moment are out of the way, my boy's out snow-blowing the driveway, and I'm headed back into the soilless mixes.

              It occurred to me that the day of my surgery will be (in addition to the 3 days shy of 6 months since my dx, mentioned earlier) 2 months and 27 days since the last CT Scan indicated there was no metastasizing at that time, though, as mentioned, a CT Scan doesn't compare to the F17 PT Scan. So there have been some internal discussions with myself, born of attempting to alleviate worry, as well as talking with my wife, re. whether or not, with the lycopene tx., CBD/THC tx, and the sulforaphane tx., as well as a primary adherence to the vegan diet, there might have been scant chance for the pole vaulters among the cancer cells to jump to the pelvic bone, etc.

              These days the muscles' discomfort and response to what is likely caused by the L4-L5 nerve pinch, resulting in curiosity re. whether or not there is 'long-bone pain from any migration of the cancer'?

              Questions that can't be answered for now, until pathology and more scans come through.

              The temp's up to +30 f., so the snow has gotten more wet and heavy, and the wind is kicking up notably now, so my prediction re. downed trees and power lines, and questionable power supply, seem to be getting 'closer to real.'

              "It's ALWAYS SUMPTHIN'!!!" (Rozanna Rosanna Danna)

              I'm back to work in the shop to make a bunch more of the newer soilless mix, then in the next coupe days, break down and thoroughly clean the HRV, and get our outrageous amount of luggage packed for the 'Journey to Mecca.'

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              C, S, N, & Y, Live, Farm Aid, 2000

              'Helpless'

              Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Helpless (Live at Farm Aid 2000) - YouTube

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                Sending nothing but good vibes my friend, never lose hope, hope is everything...
                “Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting.”

                Steve McQueen

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                  Originally posted by ...CR500AF... View Post
                  Sending nothing but good vibes my friend, never lose hope, hope is everything...
                  Thanks.

                  Hope's always been a double-edged sword, helping to continue on with little else, but sometimes holding out for results that never come or come much later on.

                  But that's where it's at for now. Pensively awaiting the outcomes, no way to speed the clock up, and unsure of the sincerity of my desire to read or hear them. If they're good, bring 'em on!! If they're depressing or abysmal I'd just as soon find a way to discard them and ask for a new dealer.

                  But we're on a course with the auto-pilot set, heading down that proverbial mountain road. Curves, bumps, cliffs, erosion etc., be damned.

                  Thank you for the kind wishes. Sincerely. every positive word matters.

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                  Neil Young, Live, Farm Aid, 2013

                  Covering (and a tribute to) Phil Och's 'Changes'

                  Neil Young - Changes (Live at Farm Aid 2013) - YouTube

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                    Originally posted by moose eater View Post
                    But we're on a course with the auto-pilot set, heading down that proverbial mountain road. Curves, bumps, cliffs, erosion etc., be damned.
                    Parachutes are optional. Support is in place.





                    “You can disagree without being disagreeable.”
                    Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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                      Originally posted by buzzmobile View Post

                      Parachutes are optional. Support is in place.




                      Thanks, buzz.

                      Word form the primary nurse/surgeon's office yesterday is that my CBD & THC therapies are OK, right up through the morning of surgery, but not the morning OF surgery.

                      I believe she got frustrated earlier, when I was asking, in classic OCD fashion, for clarification re. supplements, versus those concentrated sources of those same supplements in plant or other foods, and quitting the sulforaphane (as an example), but not quitting the broccoli sprouts, that have substantially greater concentration of the sulforaphane than the supplements.

                      Sometimes those of us who are hung up on lots of specific details (because they typically matter), can be a source of frustration for those who are not too terribly bothered by details.... And vice versa, of course, as well.

                      Still have a bit of the electric anxiety in the chest and gut upon waking, but not as pronounced as it was. There's intermittent fleeting peace in the surrender to the source at hand. One way or another, I guess we'll see 'what's in that box that Johnny's holding.'

                      Cleared about 3' x 16' x 10" of an ice & snow curtain that was hung up on the eave of the north side of the house, poised to drop near my direct-vent boiler flue. despite the 2' eaves we built on the main house, the curve that develops in such a curtain tends to catch air as it drops, like an aircraft wing, thus floating in a bit closer to the house as it drops. Took a piece of old laminated base trim and carved away at it, as I didn't want it to drop on the flue in our absence when my son's home alone.

                      None the less, the weather indicates we've set records for temps and precipitation for April now. Several years back we had a run of April weather, a number of years in a row, when we reached into the +80's f. while still in April. This week they're calling for a low of -20 f. still, sometime near Friday night, and it was -18 f. on our front porch this morning, so the likelihood of sufficient melt to clear the roof before we go is scant.

                      Ran out of vermiculite in the soilless mix production yesterday, and the sources where my bargains for such things come from were out as well. So I bit the bullet and paid $75 for 3.5 cu. ft. of vermiculite. Replaced a number of other items for the tasks yesterday as well, so should be out of the soilless mixes this morning or so; into batch number 8 at the moment, and will likely finish batch number 9 shortly, at which time I ought to have about 234 gallons of mix. I didn't want to have to lift any heavy bags of amendments, or ask others to do so, after I return from surgery, as there'll be lifting restrictions.

                      I was told by the primary nurse the other day that the surgeon may want to fix my ventral hernia before doing the radical prostatectomy, if he determines there's a risk to the tissue there from the methods employed for the surgery (using air lines to inflate the skin of the abdomen like a tent, to afford a place for the equipment to work, via the 6 holes they put into that area for air, camera(s), tools/knives, etc. I occasionally think of the Challenger Space Shuttle, and that O-ring; what could possibly go wrong with a computer-driven set of razor sharp scalpels, air lines and cameras?)

                      Word yesterday from the place we're staying is they won't allow use of hot plates in the rooms, so we have to use the communal kitchen for good homemade food prep, or do microwave stuff in the rooms, or order out, which we don't do since a year ago and C-19.

                      Most all other plans are firmed up now, including the town car service, and clarification of the itinerary for pre-surgery C-19 testing at another facility, consultations before and after the deed, and so forth. The only thing yet to confirm is a vegan meal plan for the day or 2 I'm in the hospital.

                      What ever comes after that, well.... is what ever happens.

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                      Leonard Cohen, Live

                      'Suzanne'

                      Leonard Cohen - Suzanne - YouTube

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                        I am going to offer a little unsolicited advice. Go easy on fixing things and prepping things and soil mixes. Narrow your focus and catch your breath for a spell. That's all I have to say about that.

                        Get those questions answered, and make them think on the other end of the line. They are working for you now, and they need to realize you have a need for information that is critical to your well being. This is about you.

                        I got a new gadget today. I sent my reels into Jim for servicing. I bought 1000m of 20 lb. Chinese braid to spool the reels. I use spinning reels and they can be a pain to keep twists out of the line when refilling. Nothing like a good gadget. I'm going coastal soon.






                        “You can disagree without being disagreeable.”
                        Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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                          Originally posted by buzzmobile View Post
                          I am going to offer a little unsolicited advice. Go easy on fixing things and prepping things and soil mixes. Narrow your focus and catch your breath for a spell. That's all I have to say about that.

                          Get those questions answered, and make them think on the other end of the line. They are working for you now, and they need to realize you have a need for information that is critical to your well being. This is about you.

                          I got a new gadget today. I sent my reels into Jim for servicing. I bought 1000m of 20 lb. Chinese braid to spool the reels. I use spinning reels and they can be a pain to keep twists out of the line when refilling. Nothing like a good gadget. I'm going coastal soon.





                          Thanks buzz.

                          Nice tune by the Waterboys. A distinct Bob Dylan sound. Nice music. Thanks. I was previously unfamiliar with them.

                          My younger son is off to receive his 1st round of the Pfizer vax, so in town with his mother.

                          I have some cuttings for the next go of cannabis for extraction, both THC-A and THC, and they're in 3"x3" cubes currently, and while they are coming out of their funk, they haven't yet filled in the root zones to the extent I would like them to before moving to 5" or 6" cylindrical or square pots, but they need to head into them anyway, or they're going to bottom out in the 3" cubes in my absence, and then start reaching even faster. Trying to coordinate their root development and height with surgery to the extent that I don't have to cut down or radically prune a jungle, or end up with root compaction when I move them to their 5-gallom or Classic 2200 pots for the final run after I return home from Seattle.

                          One delicate part is already blown by my procrastination, born of depression the last bunch of months; my developed preference to have the mix sit for at least 2 months in the totes, slightly wetter than barely damp, to activate the slower-to-release organics. So stair-stepping it a bit more than normal, will allow for the additional mix remaining in the totes to activate better, while still having some of the premature stuff to stick them in, with the 5" & 6" pots. Another self-generated Chinese puzzle of sorts. not the first time.

                          But I figure they're easier to deal with before they slice and dice, rather than after. And I'm down to almost done with batch #8, and the final batch #9 (slightly smaller in volume) will be done 1.5 hours after batch 8 is finished, and I've puffed on a vape of some Satori #2.

                          The transplanting of cuttings that will remain mine, will take place before I go, and give them just shy of, or at, 2 weeks to develop roots in the 6" pots, with them getting topped again at the time of departure, to both bush them a bit, and to make sure they are slowed a bit in growth in my absence.

                          That way, when I return, I'll rest for a day or so, then move the girls headed into flower, into the 5 & 7-gallon pots, and the girls that belong in the mother cupboard (the new generation of matriarchs) into the 1.5 gallon pots for the LED-conversion mom zone.

                          It's nip and tuck, but the best way I have at the moment to lessen work for others, make sure I have material to make my extract from, and not have the girls get out of control.

                          The ice curtain is a matter of knowing what can happen when the air and Murphy get involved in such fiascos, and not wanting my younger son to have to deal with a temporarily (or worse) heat outage in our absence. Trust me, for those issues where he can help out in our preparation for departure by delegating tasks to him, he's wearing a huge invisible catcher's mitt. Every time I remember something that needs done before our departure, in the way of tasks that fall to him, he grimaces a bit, but he knows it's all necessary or I wouldn't be doing it.

                          The line loader tool I've looked at before. We often just stick a pencil through the center hole on a spool of 50-lb. test Spider Wire, in the dark moss green color, and one person provides limited tension on the spool, to prevent the thing from getting too out of hand, while the other cranks, but I've considered the tools like that in the past.

                          Digital pocket scale I purchased for the salts measuring for the mixes will be delivered to me tomorrow.. after all the mixes are finalized.
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                          John Hiatt, Live, Lexington Kentucky, 1994

                          'Paper Thin'

                          Paper Thin (Live (1994/Red Mile Racetrack, Lexington, KY)) - YouTube

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                            About 48 hours until blast-off time. Packing (once again) one of the strangest assortments of gear ever to enter a checked piece of luggage in my life's memory. Mild to moderate sense of desperation tempered by surrender to the circumstances on a few instances in the quieter moments of the night.

                            A member of the Hippie School in the Yukon Territory from the 1970s, had been holding back details from others whom I no longer have much relationship with, often for reasons in my own consideration re. integrity and meaning in life. She asked if she could share my circumstances with her small prayer group on Monday night, across Canada, East Coast to West, via ZOOM, ironically the night before my surgery. I wept a bit, quietly, as I know I closed doors on many of these folks, albeit with the best of reasons in my mind, and now a mutual friend is asking them to carry my needs to what ever Lofty Being might be listening. Me, the would-be recipient of such Cosmic Gifts, should they be real, and me being an Agnostic. It was all a bit humbling, thus the tears that stayed more private.

                            Travel plans lodged with the credit card folks, most all of the groceries gathered for my youngest son and his willingness to tend the house, pups, and more in our absence (yes, there's some special treats in there for him, and he bought more for himself beyond all of that.

                            The second hot plate, purchased for a pittance, again, failed to meet temperature needs and expectations on the lowest setting, suitable for evaporation below 170 f., so I've had to spend a bit more money on a more serious laboratory hot plate made by a known manufacturer of such things. Not cheap, but a lot less spendy than some pro lab gear, so I can likely extract both THC and THC-A when I return home, as I'll be VERY low at that time on my extracts.

                            Town run today to pay off the 4 bills that are either due, or coming due during our absence, so my youngest boy is covered for any impending financial obligations in the near future.

                            Headed down to minus 30 f. tonight, per NOAA, and warming after we leave. not too sure what, if any message should be derived from that kind of send-off by Mother Nature.

                            My cell phone received a call from a family therapist the other day; no message, just a missed call. Might've been a wrong number, but I considered that it might be my older son having an attack of conscience, knowing I' headed south for cutting, and that this is indeed a cross-roads; some die on the table, like the 42-year-old local woman the other day, who was reportedly undergoing a routine medical procedure at our local hospital, and never came out of anesthesia. She left a husband and a 5-year-old son.

                            I consider post-op infection, random errors (even by the best of the best, these can occur), and anesthesia OD as primary initial issues, not to mention the forewarning I received about blood loss during this procedure, and it echoes in my mind, the importance of saying "Good luck, and fare thee well" when folks head under the knife.

                            Back to packing, showering, shaving, and the (possibly) last town trip before we hit the skies.

                            Article in the local Fairbanks paper (newsminer.com) this AM reports on the infection of folks who've been vaxxed, but who have lesser symptoms as a result of the vax. The frequency with which folks either don't pay attention to pertinent information, or seemingly just don't care, one or the other, is a bit alarming, and disconcerting, where questions re. prospects of evolution and wisdom of our species is concerned.

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                            John Hiatt, Live, New Haven, Connecticut, Toad's Place, 1994

                            'Feels Like Rain'

                            Feels Like Rain (Live (1994/Toad's Place, New Haven, CT)) - YouTube
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                            And Buddy Guy, smiling his way quite proudly through his son, Greg Guy, joining him on stage, for the same tune; 'Feels Like Rain', at Buddy Guy's Legends, January 12, 2012

                            Questionable sound, as a result of the shoot being done on what appears to be a smart phone, but impressive work, none the less. And seeing Mr. Guy be SOOOO proud of his son, and beaming with that joy, wellllllll... That's just too cool.

                            buddy and greg guy Feels Like Rain /Voo Doo Child jan 12 2012 nunupics - YouTube

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                              If good thoughts become prayers there are lots of prayers being offered from your cyber friends here.


                              Good luck is another name for tenacity of purpose.
                              - Ralph Waldo Emerson
                              Safe travels and skillful surgeon.
                              “You can disagree without being disagreeable.”
                              Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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                                Best of Luck ME.

                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SB6FOK5m_X0

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                                that first hit is FIRE!!!"


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