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Are you the parent of or know students in K-8th grade who are curious about the world around them? Bring them over to in on 3/16, 10am-2pm to meet real and learn about ! You won't want to miss this! Sponsored by Brain Institute

Flyer for Brain Blast 2019, open to K-8th graders and their families (free 90-min parking with validated ticket). "Spend a Saturday and hang out with Nashville's brain-scientists! Let's build a neuron, touch a real brain, even meet some creepy crawly lab critters!" Flyer has a colorful brain watermark and photos of kids at previous years' events. Contact: 615-936-3705. Website: braininstitute.vanderbilt.edu.
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I’ll have a couple new cutie foods and zombie foods available at my next shows! These are small and fun and I don’t have them often anymore! They sell out fast! :)

Isn’t it wild that getting his in the head can just? Knock you out? Like just hit this boney encasing hard enough and you’ll send my consciousness to nowhere babe! I’m out! Peace!


You just hit my leg hard enough and I get to feel it be broken, agonize in that, and THEN pass out.

No, much rather be hit in the head I think, concussion be damned.

What is the exact right hitting strength to knock someone out without the resulting concussion? Can I order one of those, please?

bigbadjadewolf  asked:

Sorry if this is not the right place to ask, but I'm dabbling in zombie fiction and was wondering, what happens to the brains of meat animals after slaughter? Google brings up some really vague or down right A.R. centered answers. Love your blog and your work by the way! Always fascinating stuff.

Thanks for the kind words! 

That’s a good question too! Here’s a video on what happens to non-meat parts of cattle, but no mention of the brains. This article in Discover has more detail, written around Mad Cow Disease and focusing on the UK market. 

It says “Renderers process brains for use in laboratory reagents, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics.” So I assume that the brains, with many other inedible parts, go to a rendering facility. I’m not sure if the brain goes to one particular thing or gets mixed up with other, similar parts for cosmetics, though. Maybe my readers can give a more specific answer? 

The Discover article is interesting, makes you think about how dead cattle are all around us.   

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10 Places to Find Some Peace and Quiet Away from the World's Chaos

10 Places to Find Some Peace and Quiet Away from the World’s Chaos

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In our always-on, interconnected world, one of the hardest things to find is a place to unwind. “Our brains and our bodies would like us to take things a lot slower,” says Victoria Ward, author of “The Bucket List: Places to Find Peace and Quiet” (Rizzoli, $35). She says far-flung spiritual spots and nature preserves are ideal places for escape.…

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She Says I Have a Soothing Voice

I could talk to her all day. When I see her so frustrated like she was today I just want to hold and hug her and tell her everything is going to be alright. I’d half expect her to reply with something like “there’s no way you can know that” or “no it won’t” but I think she might still take comfort in it. I would kill for one of her hugs.

She engages me mentally and speaks of such interesting things. I love that fucking brain of hers even though it pleasantly frustrates me sometimes but I suspect part of it is because it does.