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1: 2016-11-06: Following your heart is never a good option if your brain isn't in the driver's seat to make the most important decisions.
2: 2016-02-04: Many of life's tragedies could be avoided if there was a tape delay between brain and mouth.
3: 2015-04-10: RT @MailOnline: Scientists pinpoint part of brain that's responsible for sarcasm. How exciting. http://t.co/EtbYalOju5
4: 2014-12-06: Russia's Brain Drain Is Astounding http://t.co/2qBx1LM7aC
5: 2014-12-04: Terrifying! Are Our Brains Controlled by Cat-Loving Parasites? http://t.co/190xHLhWGu
6: 2014-09-20: No matter how well your brain works, without experience, you're an idiot.
7: 2014-09-04: RT @PsyPost: Researchers demonstrate direct brain-to-brain communication in human subjects http://t.co/yJetwi8O1r
8: 2014-09-03: RT @washingtonpost: Teens' risky behavior can be explained in part by how their brains change http://t.co/fXgPnB2TvU
9: 2014-07-10: Dear brain: I approve of neural pruning. Useless memories must be purged. But when you take my pin numbers and passwords, I get annoyed.
10: 2014-07-04: RT @psychoBOBlogy: Scientists Accidentally Discover The Brain's Consciousness "Off Switch" http://t.co/PZqXQAB5Sx
11: 2014-06-10: Donald Sterling, Steve Ballmer – proof that money can't buy brains.
12: 2014-06-01: RT @brainpicker: “Our theory of education is based on the absurd notion that we must learn to swim on land before tackling the water." http…
13: 2014-05-26: Following the news doesn't make you more cultured, worldly or intelligent. It just distracts your brain from more important things.
14: 2014-04-29: RT @brainpicker: A rare recording of Kubrick's most revealing interview http://t.co/IPs1CcYMCP
15: 2014-04-16: RT @washingtonpost: You don't have to be a stoner for pot use to change your brain. Even casual users are affected, study says.
16: 2014-02-01: Medical studies confirm football damages the brain, deadens the senses and shortens the lifespan of millions of people watching it on TV.
17: 2014-01-20: RT @Telegraph: Brains of elderly only appear to slow because they know so much, scientists believe http://t.co/J0GowatNGm
18: 2013-12-31: When your primitive brain wants something, like rich food, it has endless ways of tricking your higher brain into supplying it.
19: 2013-12-29: Love is when I say: "Brains! I need living human brains!"
20: 2013-12-23: Zombies. You can't reason with them because their brains don't work. You just have to get away. You can't ask them for permission.
21: 2013-11-19: RT @latimes: Scientists define brain network behind attention, daydreaming http://t.co/0oYrIqT9W2
22: 2013-11-15: RT @crston7: I'll be honest my body is super attracted to your body but when you speak my brain just gets sad, and more than a little angry…
23: 2013-10-19: RT @TIME: Don't freak out, but your brain cells shrink while you sleep | http://t.co/6KQyd5iAWx
24: 2013-10-06: Just the thought of losing control of my brain, and the stupid things I could do, is enough to dissuade me if any psychoactive substance.
25: 2013-09-21: The way you use your brain becomes the habit your brain prefers.
26: 2013-09-21: The Internet is changing children's brains, just like television did, and books before that.
27: 2013-08-12: RT @brainpicker: "The crowd is the gathering place of the weakest; true creation is a solitary act." Bukowski http://t.co/4K90DXT3Zj
28: 2013-07-22: "Save the Cat" - the screenwriting formula everyone in Hollywood uses, apparently because it's what the brain wants. http://t.co/iDoEZfTIk7
29: 2013-07-15: Still photography is still relevant for the same reason Twitter is: because it is constrained and easily absorbed. (re @brainpicker)
30: 2013-07-15: RT @brainpicker: "We can commit a single image to memory in a way that we cannot with video." Why photography is still king http://t.co/NrN…
31: 2013-06-19: RT @WSJ: Forget brainstorming: People are most innovative working within constraints of what they already know.
32: 2013-05-11: RT @wahyuwei: The brain disease model of addiction is ....is not supported by research or logic http://t.co/UBWanFSVQA
33: 2013-05-06: RT @brainpicker: “No male writer is likely to be asked to sit on a panel addressing itself to the special problems of a male writer.” http:…
34: 2013-04-18: > SELECT the part of your brain where terrorists, shooters and serial killers are stored
35: 2013-04-17: RT @Ruth_A_Buzzi: It's okay to follow your heart as long as you take your brain along for the ride.
36: 2013-04-15: RT @TIME: Why do our brains crave music? | http://t.co/esOH9StxQl
37: 2013-03-07: RT @latimes: Chemical secret to recapturing a youthful brain found, researchers say http://t.co/ExEyP1cfaa
38: 2013-03-04: Mirror neurons: critters in the brain that help you track the thoughts and feelings of others. Some people have 'em, some don't.
39: 2013-02-08: Nightmares are when visions of reality creep into your brain. No one likes that.
40: 2013-02-04: Many of life's tragedies could be avoided if there was tape delay between brain and mouth.
41: 2013-01-23: If wisdom was all in the heart, we would have no need for a brain.
42: 2013-01-22: Children adapt quickly not so much because their brains are supple but because they are unburdened by investment.
43: 2013-01-02: RT @wahyuwei: Fructose Effect On Brain May Explain Link To Obesity http://t.co/fVobbouX
44: 2013-01-01: Hillary's blood clot is lodged between her brain and her skull—sort of like Bill.
45: 2012-12-19: Brain time is the most precious resource of all. If you waste neurons on one thing, you can't use them for anything else.
46: 2012-12-10: Film Facts of Life: High def on the screen will be translated into low def in the brain, so don't waste your time on high def.
47: 2012-12-10: Paranoid antivirus software maker on the run from dark forces in his own brain. Shouldn't have upgraded to MethMaker 4.0! #mcafee
48: 2012-12-06: RT @brainpicker: “A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.” E. B. White htt ...
49: 2012-11-24: There is no free lunch in brain chemistry. If you "pep up" by some artificial means, you're going to pay later.
50: 2012-11-10: The magical power of the human brain is being able to compare a massive risk to a trivial one and think they're just about the same.
51: 2012-10-15: Beware the well-tuned body supporting a fallow brain.
52: 2012-08-31: @aristosophy Nice brain, but frequently self-defeating. Need less sophistry, more utility.
53: 2012-08-27: RT @washingtonpost: What the brain looks like when we lie: http://t.co/oLhKEDf3
54: 2012-08-23: RT @ScienceDaily: Roots of human self-awareness: New study points to a complex, diffuse patchwork of brain pathways: A research te... ht ...
55: 2012-08-10: Children can change quickly not so much because their brains are supple but because they have few prior investments to get in the way.
56: 2012-08-07: RT @KilroyCafe: The tragedy of the iPod mind control device is that it sucks the brains out of those who have very little to begin with.
57: 2012-08-05: Prisons in America: the stunning statistics in a video http://t.co/GyhLNfBC via @brainpicker
58: 2012-07-27: Morning People And Night Owls Show Different Brain Function http://t.co/Bk9a1zNt <== Just the tip of the iceberg. They're different species!
59: 2012-07-18: RT @brainpicker: The story of "the most far-flung, most organized, most brazen example of homosexual extortion in the nation's history" ...
60: 2012-07-17: RT @brainpicker: A trip to the world's last underwater research station http://t.co/jLqsmge9
61: 2012-07-08: Computers are a boon to the brain, allowing it to outsource routine data processing to focus on what it does best: making judgment calls.
62: 2012-07-08: The brain is not a supercomputer. It does not have to retain millions of facts. It only has to make wise choices.
63: 2012-07-07: Any energy you seem to get from drugs or caffeine is just stolen from the future. There is no free lunch in the brain.
64: 2012-07-06: People deal with intolerable truths by compartmentalizing them and trying to keep the compartments separate in their brain.
65: 2012-07-05: The first parts of the brain drugs seem to damage are the initiative centers. It is hard to get addicts to DO anything.
66: 2012-07-05: Initiative seems to arise from certain parts of the brain, which grow larger and more complex as more independent actions are practiced.
67: 2012-07-03: Is busyness a cover-up for emptiness? http://t.co/GNLruVLE via @brainpicker
68: 2012-06-04: The addict's brain distorts the world in such a way that he can say, "See? I have no choice."
69: 2012-05-10: It's unfair to judge someone on their race, gender, age or sexual orientation. But capacity of their little pea brain? That's fair game!
70: 2012-05-06: .@piratehook3r Drugs SHOULD scare people because they mess with your brain. Your most valuable instrument and you're throwing sand in it.
71: 2012-05-04: RT @brainpicker: We have 2,000 daydreams a day on average and spend ⅓ of our entire lives spinning mental stories http://t.co/YsIXQwKn
72: 2012-05-02: RT @brainpicker: The secret to creativity? "Carve out time for non-commissioned work, allow failure in." @danielpink #wiredbizcon
73: 2012-05-02: "Live and let live" seems to be Bugs Bunny's motto, but when someone tries to shoot you or steal your brain you have to do something.
74: 2012-04-26: I don't do drugs or alcohol for the same reason I wouldn't let a stranger borrow my car. This is my brain and I won't give up control of it.
75: 2012-04-09: RT @dramapad: @BadDalaiLama I like the theory that the human brain is optimal in a deep sense. Do you have further info about this? (Res ...
76: 2012-04-09: There is no "free energy" in the human brain. Any chemical enhancement of mood results in a loss somewhere else.
77: 2012-03-28: Luxury kills brain cells.
78: 2012-03-13: Good Dalai Lama — This is your brain. Bad Dalai Lama — This is your brain on overdrive.
79: 2012-03-09: .@MinnieGupta If you think a lot, it causes less inflammation. It's mainly the people with flabby brains who are at risk.
80: 2012-03-09: RT @MinnieGupta: @BadDalaiLama I avoid all three. I must have an extraordinarily inflamed brain.
81: 2012-03-09: Inflammation of the brain caused by too much thinking can be treated with alcohol, cannabis or television.
82: 2012-03-05: The demons of addiction, lodged in your brain, twist your whole perception and worldview to support the behavior they want.
83: 2012-02-26: Initiative seems to arise from a certain part of the brain. If it is damaged, people can respond to events but they can't start anything.
84: 2012-02-24: RT @xtinewu: @BadDalaiLama satisfaction felt by the mechanisms of brain and body chemistry, dopamine receptors...
85: 2012-02-24: RT @Olivia_Sarai: @BadDalaiLama serotonine? maybe... just if there's no side effects in my brain :D
86: 2012-02-23: RT @TIME: What Brad Pitt can teach us about brain power | http://t.co/ERsMopV8 (via @TIMEIdeas)
87: 2012-02-18: RT @brainpicker: Elizabeth Gilbert on what philosopher Schopenhauer's "porcupine dilemma" reveals about human relationships http://t.co/ ...
88: 2012-02-01: There is no "free lunch" in the brain's mood circuits. If you seek pep through caffeine or drugs, you're stealing it from someplace else.
89: 2012-01-18: New philosophy blog entry: "The Problem with Multitasking" http://t.co/FoP1jk4V Too many apps on the brain!
90: 2012-01-18: @piratehook3r Don't delay! Produce some dimples and you WILL be attractive. Run the numbers: Dimples = Cute! It's not brain surgery! ;-)
91: 2012-01-14: An organized brain is at peace with itself, having few internal inconsistencies or self-deceptions.
92: 2012-01-14: You gain a consistent brain by investing time in it, by ruminating for extended periods on what has happened to you.
93: 2012-01-03: RT @brainpicker: Situations Matter – Tufts psychologist Sam Sommers on the myth of stable character and how context changes us http://t. ...
94: 2012-01-02: RT @brainpicker: "Sex differences in the brain are real and clinically important but often grossly distorted in popular discourse." http ...
95: 2011-12-30: This is what I used to do! The journey of checked baggage http://t.co/a1xx5qjZ video via @brainpicker
96: 2011-12-28: RT @brainpicker: Inside the production process of The Hobbit with Peter Jackson on location in New Zealand http://t.co/SosTD5Jn
97: 2011-12-16: Inflammation of the brain caused by too much thinking can be quickly treated by the application of alcohol, cannabis or television.
98: 2011-12-13: RT @brainpicker: Tuileries – twisted short film by the Coen brothers, starring Steve Buscemi, free to watch online http://t.co/auJt8WWV
99: 2011-12-11: Many of life's tragedies could be avoided if only there was an enforced waiting period between brain and mouth.
100: 2011-12-06: My brain is falling out! It was held in with scotch tape and coffee, but it's no longer sticking. http://t.co/ayu7z9sp
101: 2011-12-02: NSA bugging your phone? KGB watching your house? Aliens invading your brain? Relax! Now all of these services are managed by Google!
102: 2011-12-01: RT @brainpicker: A treat for your evening – The Talking Heads perform "This must be the place (Naive Melody)" in 1984 http://t.co/UIqQdD ...
103: 2011-11-27: RT @brainpicker: Interesting – @magisto_says algorithmically cuts any boring video into a snazzy highlight reel http://t.co/mZmUCpQO (HT ...
104: 2011-11-26: Internet technology is a "brain prosthetic", extending ones sensory reach but not replacing the human skills of intellect and judgment.
105: 2011-11-15: Love rewires the brain.
106: 2011-11-10: "Sacha Baron Cohen as Lord Monckton" http://t.co/ggNt5fMl - This video had me going. What is real? via @brainpicker
107: 2011-11-07: Groupthink doesn't work! You're never going to get creativity out of a meeting. http://t.co/MuRHSbp9 via @brainpicker
108: 2011-11-01: In any social interaction, the person with the higher status uses I-words less. http://t.co/xTvTWCSL via @brainpicker
109: 2011-10-29: If you valued your brain, you wouldn't waste any of its processing power on intellectual junk food.
110: 2011-10-29: French proverb: There is no pillow so soft as a clear conscience." <== And a self-consistent brain.
111: 2011-10-19: RT @brainpicker: Stunning 16mm film of Las Vegas in 1962 http://t.co/F3F9BGQe
112: 2011-10-10: Got Arlo Guthrie playing in the brain: "Ridin' on the City of New Orleans." (Although technically it's the Lake Shore Limited.)
113: 2011-09-29: To the brain, sex is a drug, using the same neural pathways as cocaine and meth. The only difference is it's self-limiting.
114: 2011-09-28: The real fertility crisis: The women having children are least equipped to care for them. Slate: http://t.co/KpUB324D via @brainpicker
115: 2011-09-24: A good movie tickles the brain and leaves you thinking about it long after the closing credits.
116: 2011-09-22: NEWS FLASH: Attractive men and women disable the rational part of the brain! Daily Mail: http://t.co/3xQsZlTG
117: 2011-09-17: RT @brainpicker: Why Americans love chain stores – a psychological perspective http://j.mp/qlqbO0
118: 2011-09-02: "There is little daylight between love and addiction when it comes to the chemical reactions in the brain." http://t.co/Pp9ccYA
119: 2011-08-11: Brilliant tutorial by Python alum Terry Gilliam on paper cutout animation http://j.mp/mPqQOc (14 min video) via @brainpicker
120: 2011-07-07: @sbellelauren Whew! Read your blog post but can't figure it out. This is your brain on Diet Coke?
121: 2011-07-05: If wisdom were all in the gut, we would have no need for a brain.
122: 2011-07-05: @xtinewu Do we never consult the brain? Conduct a complex cognitive analysis? Or do ones entrails tell all? "Trust the Force, Luke!"
123: 2011-07-04: Your body and brain can adapt to all sorts of conditions you never thought possible, but you have to be willing to give them the chance.
124: 2011-07-03: Retire to a luxury gated community surrounded by a golf course — the ultimate nursing home for those without a brain.
125: 2011-07-03: When your iPhone goes down, all the other organs start to fail as well—liver, kidneys, heart, brain. Not a pleasant way to go.
126: 2011-07-02: The main purpose of education is to keep a child occupied with meaningless tasks while his brain matures on its own.
127: 2011-07-01: Drug addicts are the closest thing to real zombies. They'll eat your brains to serve their primitive needs. So sad and so scary.
128: 2011-06-30: Depression involves brain chemistry—but so does every thought you think. Doesn't mean you can't take control of it.
129: 2011-06-29: RT @brainpicker: This is amazing -- crows chastise bad behavior, even if it wasn't directed at them http://bit.ly/iDiDRt
130: 2011-06-29: I got aliens on the brain at Area 51. http://twitpic.com/5ickjp (6/14)
131: 2011-06-17: RT @brainpicker: Gold! Richard Dreyfuss does a dramatic reading of the iTunes end user license agreement http://j.mp/mIyA9i (HT @opencul ...
132: 2011-06-17: Maybe Bin Laden won after all, bankrupting a superpower. $3 TRILLION over 15 years. http://j.mp/iMxBYJ via @brainpicker
133: 2011-05-31: Human brain is limited to 150 friends http://j.mp/jKx7AW Interview http://j.mp/bUETk7 via @brainpicker
134: 2011-05-10: Existential Star Wars – Sartre vs. Darth Vader http://j.mp/mwhODa remixed movie via @brainpicker
135: 2011-05-05: Most people are incapable of unstructured, free-form thinking. They need structure from the outside for their brain to accomplish anything.
136: 2011-05-05: RT @brainpicker The cognitive cost of doing things http://j.mp/lYyyM0
137: 2011-05-05: RT @brainpicker: The cognitive cost of doing things http://j.mp/lYyyM0
138: 2011-05-05: RT @brainpicker: "Sleep is the most important behavior in your life to get right and the first one we get wrong." @tonyschwartz #99conf
139: 2011-04-14: Heifers reach full size in 2 years; humans take at least 16. Nature must hold them back to allow more time for brain development.
140: 2011-04-12: RT @NewMindMirror: The Older You Get, the Harder it Is to Multitask - @psychcentral http://su.pr/71b63Y #aging #brain #seniors
141: 2011-04-08: RT @brainpicker: The Pringle as technology http://j.mp/dV9TvH (via @matthiasrascher)
142: 2011-04-08: If you've got Alzheimer's and your brain is mush, you have an excuse; otherwise there's no reason to "slow down" 'til you're dead.
143: 2011-03-30: If invading aliens had any brains, they'd disable our electronics first. Then everyone would be like "Huh? What happened? What do we do?"
144: 2011-03-29: The Bad Dalai Lama is ISO 9001 compliant. Quality everywhere along the supply chain—from our brain to our iPhone to you!
145: 2011-03-26: Self #ff: Follow @BadDalaiLama for his beauty *AND* his brains (just like @lolahayes)
146: 2011-03-26: RT @pympdr: If you are wondering what happens when beauty meets the brain, follow @lolahayes. You can thank me later.
147: 2011-03-14: Overloading the brain leads to degradation of output quality. The more tasks you take on, the less care you give to each. (cc:@lolahayes)
148: 2011-03-14: Thinking—that is, working out problems in your head—takes time, just like watching a movie, so there's a limit on what your brain can do.
149: 2011-03-14: @lolahayes Brain storage space may be unlimited, but CPU speed is not. Like a computer, unlimited memory doesn't mean unlimited processes.
150: 2011-03-10: Sex and drugs are virtually identical to the brain, except sex has a stopping mechanism and drugs don't.
151: 2011-03-09: Nothing halts the processes of the brain more effectively than excessive verbalization.
152: 2011-03-07: Sexual attraction is a hardwired function of the reptile brain and not something you have to obey unless you're a reptile.
153: 2011-03-07: The tragedy of the iPod auditory mind control device is that it sucks the brains out of those who have very little to begin with.
154: 2011-03-06: Soaking your brain in drugs or alcohol suggests you don't have much respect for it. Would you throw sand in the gas tank of a car you loved?
155: 2011-03-03: When ideas spew out of your brain, it usually happens fast. You need @HootSuite to spread them out and avoid overwhelming your readers.
156: 2011-02-22: The brain has a powerful emotional immune system that prevents your dumbest mistakes from ever really sinking in.
157: 2011-02-03: This is your brain on CNN — a tragic example of news overexposure. http://youtu.be/PjA8D6f9clg (our video from May)
158: 2011-02-01: The human brain is a holistic processing system, seeking higher-level patterns in the data. Where computers see bytes, we hear music.
159: 2011-02-01: OMG! Technology is changing so fast it must be... FUTURE SHOCK!... My fave TV documentary of my youth: http://j.mp/g7AWKa via @BrainPicker
160: 2011-02-01: The original pitch for Star Trek http://j.mp/gswLJg via @brainpicker
161: 2011-01-31: Only 13% of Wikipedia contributors are female. http://j.mp/h2Fz9S via @BrainPicker — You can't get more gender-neutral than that!
162: 2011-01-24: Entertainment is to the brain what junk food is to the body.
163: 2011-01-23: NPR rots your brain! Do you need to be spoon-fed the news? Turn the damn thing off! JUST SAY NO TO PROCESSED MEDIA!
164: 2011-01-17: Cyborgs may take over the world, but that's not machine intelligence, only a human brain with more peripherals.
165: 2011-01-17: The core of romantic love is attachment—a primitive neurological bond. The problem lies in reconciling this with the higher brain.
166: 2011-01-16: AD 2025—I am alone on this planet except for the zombies. The virus has killed everyone with a brain. Note to self: Buy shotgun at Walmart.
167: 2011-01-12: College is a halfway house between home and real life. It keeps students occupied while they grow their final layer of brain cells.
168: 2011-01-12: Education is a placebo designed chiefly to occupy a child's time while his brain and body are maturing. Curriculum is irrelevant.
169: 2011-01-12: Music has a dangerous hold on the nervous system. Instead of thinking real thoughts, you have an iPod pumping drugs into your brain.
170: 2011-01-10: Honest, we have TRIED to watch television, but it hurts! It feels like throwing sand into our brain.
171: 2011-01-08: "Information obesity" is like the other kind—you are taking in more than you need or can digest. Turns your brain flabby!
172: 2011-01-07: We know television watching is damaging to the brain, but what about secondhand exposure? http://bit.ly/hf1mRz (@SocialPsych)
173: 2011-01-06: HD Delusion #7: In video, as in real life, the brain retains only what happened, not the details of the scene, so HD is forgotten instantly.
174: 2010-12-30: Theory: Pot damages the initiative centers of the brain. Think of the potheads you know. Aren't they stuck in an infinite loop?
175: 2010-12-29: If you cherish your brain, why would you do any drug, legal or not? It's like throwing dirt in the engine of a high-performance sports car.
176: 2010-12-22: The brain is an analog system. Billions of connections but not one certainty.
177: 2010-12-18: When you reduce TV, radio, news, websurfing and music to a minimum, you regain your brain and can begin to think again.
178: 2010-12-18: @laurenahayes "Inspecting/critiquing/digesting is the new seeing/observing/accepting" <== Alas, the human brain only does the former.
179: 2010-12-15: Inflammation of the brain caused by too much thinking can be quickly treated by the application of alcohol, cannabis or television.
180: 2010-12-13: "The brain is oriented to make sense of the world even if the result is unenjoyable." Research on curiosity: http://su.pr/1uOkaa
181: 2010-12-09: Many of life's tragedies could be avoided if only there was an enforced waiting period between brain and mouth.
182: 2010-12-09: .@PoulsNocturne Yes, His Holiness schedules his tweets via @HootSuite. Most important: A waiting period between brain and mouth.
183: 2010-12-06: Any idiot can be an anarchist. It takes brains and wisdom to build real workable solutions.
184: 2010-12-01: NSA bugging your phone? KGB watching your house? Aliens invading your brain? Relax! Now you can consolidate all these services with Google!
185: 2010-11-14: Evil, at its base, is a condition of the brain. A mind at war with itself produces reprehensible behavior.
186: 2010-11-12: Science can explain our body and brain but not how our consciousness became enmeshed in this machine.
187: 2010-11-11: Intelligence is not a quality of the brain but a personal decision to follow reason over convenience.
188: 2010-11-10: Music can be a powerful addictive drug—a brain parasite—occupying the mind and preventing it from doing more useful things.
189: 2010-11-04: As the brain deteriorates, humans revert to their natural animal behavior of saving old containers and bits of string for future use.
190: 2010-10-19: Your brain is a biological computer driven by emotional needs but you still have to make rational decisions if you expect to survive.
191: 2010-10-01: Youth is when you follow your heart and suffer the consequences. Maturity is when you start to trust your brain instead.
192: 2010-09-25: Sleep is your brain's scheduled maintenance period. You can't cheat on maintenance and expect a safe and healthy waking life.
193: KilroyCafe: 2010-11-11: RT @BadDalaiLama: Intelligence is not a quality of the brain but a personal decision to follow reason over convenience.
194: KilroyCafe: 2010-10-31: If brain size bears no relation to intelligence, then why did evolution favor man with a bigger brain than his predecessors?
195: KilroyCafe: 2010-10-24: New photo album: Winnipeg Zombie Walk 2010: http://j.mp/bqFrKA - Zombies roam the streets of downtown in search of living brains!
196: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-27: The trouble with too much money is it often takes the place of brains, encouraging complicated and expensive solutions to simple problems.
197: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-17: Sexual attraction is a hard-wired function of the reptile brain and not something you should necessarily follow unless you're a reptile.
198: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-12: The tragedy of the iPod mind control device is that it sucks the brains out of those who have very little to begin with.
199: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-31: Youth is all about following your heart, believing in magic and suffering the consequences. Maturity is when you listen to your brain.
200: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-28: Soaking your brain in drugs or alcohol suggests you don't have much respect for it. Would you throw sand in the gas tank of a car you loved?
201: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-25: As the brain deteriorates, humans revert into packrats, saving juice containers and bits of string for future use that never comes.
202: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-03: Experts say listening to what experts say can totally screw up your life. Use your own brain and figure it out yourself!
203: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-31: Ex-Python John Cleese is still in form in this informative podcast on the brain: http://bit.ly/9V7yKb (2008) - More at: http://bit.ly/cB6mjI
204: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-13: Good and evil are recognizable qualities in the human brain. Good is internal consistency, while evil is a mind at war with itself.
205: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-12: College is a halfway house for young adults. It gives them structure and protection as their brains mature. Education is secondary.
206: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-08: I've lost my 3-D glasses from Avatar, so I might as well delete the whole movie from my brain. It will free up a lot of dead storage space.
207: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-01: All human brains are not equal. There are fundamental processing differences between adults as great as between different species.
208: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-26: Sleep is your brain's scheduled maintenance period. You can't cheat on maintenance and expect a safe and healthy waking life.
209: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-22: "EEGs show brain differences between poor and rich kids" http://bit.ly/9y2F7Q
210: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-16: The fundamental conflict of romance is when the heart says yes but the brain says no. Who do you believe?
211: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-16: What we call "falling in love" is the brain rearranging itself to bond with a new parent. Soon you're following them around like a duckling.
212: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-12: Those paranormal TV shows rot your brain. The pressure to find tantilizing evidence is huge, so they make it up. (I know cuz I've helped!)
213: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-12: Current reality is irrelevant to the brain as long as it is pursuing a compelling vision.
214: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-06: REM Sleep is a very active time. Breathing is deep, heart rate up. The brain is awash with oxygen. Something important is happening!
215: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-06: "REM atonia" is a state of muscular paralysis during sleep that prevents you from acting out your dreams. Your brain is safe to play.
216: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-24: We all know about food obesity, but what about entertainment obesity? With a constant diet of empty stimulation, the brain turns flabby.
217: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-13: The mark of a great movie is that it sticks in your brain forever. A fad movie (like Avatar) is swept from consciousness by the next fad.
218: KilroyCafe: 2009-12-07: If your response to an advertisement is "I need that!" then the manipulation has worked. A delusion has been implanted in your brain.
219: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-08: Music, at its base, is a mimicry of language. It fools the brain into thinking it is listening to words.
220: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-07: "I am a Bear of Very Little Brain and long words Bother me." -- Winnie-the-Pooh
221: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-18: You can't say someone's sexual orientation is determined by brain chemistry but also claim it hasn't affected other parts of their behavior.
222: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-16: Slate: "Seeking: How the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting." http://bit.ly/bf7xu (8/12) What the brain wants.
223: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-05: "If I Only Had a Brain" - the lyrics: http://bit.ly/16sk6h (from "The Wizard of Oz") "I could while away the hours..."
224: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-23: Travel advice: If you have only a two-week vacation and more than half a brain, go to Europe. (If less than half, go to Vegas.)
225: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-11: When you eliminate television, radio, newspapers, YouTube & MP3s from your life, you regain your brain and can begin to live.
226: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-23: "How the Food Makers Captured Our Brains" NY Times (6/23) http://bit.ly/11Kp2x - Sugar, fat and salt tap into the brain's reward system.
227: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-19: The sit-com is the lowest form of entertainment, competing with pornography for brainlessness.
228: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-06: Suggested medically based rock band names: Scar Tissue, Lethal Injection, Bloody Mass, Cadaver, Necroscopy, Brain Tumor, Stat!
229: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-22: The terrifying truths behind 24 classic nursery rhymes http://bit.ly/8ESN4 (Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, etc.) Brainz via @absolutelytrue
230: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-21: Bad faith requires lying to yourself, then more lies to cover up the original ones. Soon your brain is a mess of short circuits.
231: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-18: What most people interpret as "thirst" is really a craving for caffeine. Your body doesn't need the liquid; your brain just wants the drug.
232: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-07: "No pain, no gain" -- usually uttered by people with inflexible goals. Better: "No brain, no gain" http://bit.ly/sZUKW (Kilroy Cafe #43)
233: KilroyCafe: 2009-04-29: The internet: It's either a brain extender or a mind drug depending on how you use/abuse it.
234: KilroyCafe: 2009-04-20: Not a 4-20 advocate. Tried it once; that was enough. I've got a good brain; it works well, and I'm happy with it. Why throw sand into it?
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