helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me
helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…
Amy’s face at the end.
Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 
Somebody Up There Likes Me

helltotheknope:

I literally have no words…

Amy’s face at the end.

Offerman in a bra cannot be unseen. 

Somebody Up There Likes Me

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neuromorphogenesis:

How playing an instrument benefits your brain
Recent research about the mental benefits of playing music has many applications, such as music therapy for people with emotional problems, or helping to treat the symptoms of stroke survivors and Alzheimer’s patients. But it is perhaps even more significant in how much it advances our understanding of mental function, revealing the inner rhythms and complex interplay that make up the amazing orchestra of our brain.


Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments, there are fireworks going off all over their brain? On the outside they may look calm and focused, reading the music and making the precise and practiced movements required. But inside their brains, there’s a party going on.


From the TED-Ed lesson How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins
Animation by Sharon Colman Graham

neuromorphogenesis:

How playing an instrument benefits your brain
Recent research about the mental benefits of playing music has many applications, such as music therapy for people with emotional problems, or helping to treat the symptoms of stroke survivors and Alzheimer’s patients. But it is perhaps even more significant in how much it advances our understanding of mental function, revealing the inner rhythms and complex interplay that make up the amazing orchestra of our brain.


Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments, there are fireworks going off all over their brain? On the outside they may look calm and focused, reading the music and making the precise and practiced movements required. But inside their brains, there’s a party going on.


From the TED-Ed lesson How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins
Animation by Sharon Colman Graham

neuromorphogenesis:

How playing an instrument benefits your brain
Recent research about the mental benefits of playing music has many applications, such as music therapy for people with emotional problems, or helping to treat the symptoms of stroke survivors and Alzheimer’s patients. But it is perhaps even more significant in how much it advances our understanding of mental function, revealing the inner rhythms and complex interplay that make up the amazing orchestra of our brain.


Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments, there are fireworks going off all over their brain? On the outside they may look calm and focused, reading the music and making the precise and practiced movements required. But inside their brains, there’s a party going on.


From the TED-Ed lesson How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins
Animation by Sharon Colman Graham

neuromorphogenesis:

How playing an instrument benefits your brain

Recent research about the mental benefits of playing music has many applications, such as music therapy for people with emotional problems, or helping to treat the symptoms of stroke survivors and Alzheimer’s patients. But it is perhaps even more significant in how much it advances our understanding of mental function, revealing the inner rhythms and complex interplay that make up the amazing orchestra of our brain.
Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments, there are fireworks going off all over their brain? On the outside they may look calm and focused, reading the music and making the precise and practiced movements required. But inside their brains, there’s a party going on.

From the TED-Ed lesson How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins

Animation by Sharon Colman Graham

lndras:

exclusive cutscenes from the final battle between naruto and sasuke lndras:

exclusive cutscenes from the final battle between naruto and sasuke

lndras:

exclusive cutscenes from the final battle between naruto and sasuke

i;ll never be doom!

thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot” thecomicsvault:

“I used to cop a lotBut never copped no dropHold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot”

thecomicsvault:

I used to cop a lot
But never copped no drop
Hold mics like pony tails, tight, and bob a lot

this is for jinah’s sake