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After the squeaker of a vote in the Senate this week that did manage to defeat the horrific Blunt Amendment, we definitely need to blow off some steam and this video should do it for you.
According to YouTube, filmmaker Jacob Sutton presents this electrifying dash across the French Alps using only a trusty Red Epic camera (whatever that is).
Having vowed that I will drive my little, red, 2004 PT Cruiser until until it or I die, whichever comes first (preferably the latter), this doesn't affect me.
The more I think about it, this is an excellent move to help keep elders driving safely longer and it the sort of improvement - with others that are gradually be added to cars - that could get me interested in buying a new one. This video was created by documentary filmmaker Jonathan Chong (also known as dropbear) as the official video for the song, Against the Grain by Melbourne indie-folk band, Hudson. These days, computers can do a lot of animation but there are still artists who, like Chong, do it by hand and I cannot imagine how they have the patience to shoot frame-by-frame such small increments of movement. It doesn't explain that patience, but here's a short, behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Against the Grain video. Jan Adams of Happening Here, who is on hiatus from her Gay and Gray column here while working on an important political campaign in California sent along this link to the 88th birthday party celebration of pioneering gay playright, George Birimisa.


I'm pretty sure most of you don't track what goes on in New York City with the devotion I do but perhaps you have heard of the High Line, the amazing park built on a long-abandoned railway tressle on the west side of town. Nikki of Nikki's Place alerted me to a proposed new park for Manhattan, an opposite number to the High Line called the Low Line. The designers are trying to raise money for the project from potential backers via Kickstarter. This is a video tour of the smallest legal living space in California – 160 square feet – a marvel of space-saving ideas. Interesting Stuff is a weekly listing of short takes and links to web items that have caught my attention; some related to aging and some not, some useful and others just for fun.
Yes, she can be a bit coarse, but watch the Comedy Central channel for a while and you will see that most comedians nowadays turn the air blue. As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below.
Every time we learn something ,we are creating new connections (neural pathways) in our brain.


Laughing at a joke is not simple task as it requires activity in five different areas of the brain .
You can find out more about how it was done here or, like me, just enjoy the amazing beauty.
I'm wondering whether the knowledge and technology of it is being used, or will be, to address homelessness and great need for affordable housing. Nowadays, various phrases explicitly referring to government-required vaginal penetration are tossed around in the media like cotton candy and we've all become accustomed to it. I'm sorry that I probably won't have time to acknowledge receipt and there is no guarantee of publication. But when I do include them, you will be credited and I will link to your blog if you have one.



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Comments to «Interesting facts of the brain»

  1. Romantic_oglan writes:
    Everytime you say sit down, as soon.
  2. XAKER writes:
    Giving a tug on the leash or verbal correction surface, that can affect.