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melvinomusic: Joan Jett Bad Reputation Number of LPs: 1 Label: Boardwalk Records Release Year on Jacket: 1981 The Good: A1 – Bad Reputation A4 – You Don’t Own Me B1 – Shout B4 – Jezebel B5 – Don’t Abuse Me The Bad: A2 – Make Believe Overall Rating: A Would You Recommend: Joan Jett has been a powerhouse her whole career. Her gruff vocals are very distinct, as is her look. She has more than proved herself in the punk rock world. Her music does tend to be more mainstream, but she can kick it out when she wants to. I think this album is a great album, that shows how gritty she can get. Her cover of You Don’t Own Me is my favorite version of the song ever. This is a must listen to, because it is excellent. Spotify Link:: Joan Jett B A D R E P U T A T I O N 7912-3 7065- 1 BAD REPUTATION YOU DON'T OWN ME Piano-Kenny Laguna ve leber. Bin rs: I. Madara, D. White Rhythm Guitar-Joan Jett, Steve Jones Lead Guitar-Steve Jones Bass-Steve Jones Drums-Paul Cook Saxophone-Mick Eve Piano-Jeff Bannister c Inc-BMI) ttorney: Paul Schindler Saxophone-John Earle Backing vocals-Joan Jett, Kenny Laguna Kupersmith Uett Pack Music-BMIiOn The Backing vocals-Joan Jett. Kenny La DON'T ABUSE ME Writer loan Jett Vett Pack Music-8MI On The Booking Agent: FB Sleeve Concept and Photography-Barry Ryan Sleeve Design-The Hutton Company ngineer (Chappell Studios) Stuart Panes guna Boardwalk Musie-BMI Rhythm Guitar-Joan Jett, Lea Hart Lead Gultar-Joan Jett Piano-Kenny Laguna Drums-Paul Simmons Bass-Jeff Peters Backing vocals-Kenny Laguna, Ritchie 250 W 57th St. New York, New York Ritchie Cordell Recorded-Rampert, December 1979 LET ME GO Boardwalk Music-8M1) tudio, Marc Ritchie Cordell (Jett TOO BAD ON YOUR BIRTHDAY Tambourine-Kenny Laguna Recorded-Ramport, Maich 1980 ass-Steve Jones Drums-Paul Cook Drums-Paul Simmons Sean Tyla·Buzz Chanter, Martin Watson Writers: Artie Reseick, Karp (Medulla MAKE BELIEVE t/Solo e Jones and Paul Cook appear courtesy of Lea Hart and Jeff Peters (Roll-ups) appear Clem Burke appears courtesy of Chrysalis This album is dedicated to Dr. Richard Aniola Writers: Bo Gentry Joey Levine lett Pack Music- BMI) Gultar-Joan Jett, Lea Hart cuitd culan Jioan Jet, BuZat Frakat hchite cordel Tubular Bells-Commander Goonwaddle Plano, Clavinet, Organ-Kenny Laguna Recorded Recorded-Chappell Studio, March 1979 WOOLY BULLY Drums-Paul Simmons Backing vocals-Joan Jett, Kenny Laguna Recorded-Ramport.January 1980 DO YOU WANNA TOUCH ME (OH YEAH) niters Gary Glitter Mike leander (Leeds Music Writers Gary Glitter, Mike Leander (Duchess Music idge House Records DOING ALL RIGHT WITH THE BOYS ano Drums-Paul Simmons Bass-Jeff Peters (Beckie Publishin Int -BM) Guitar Frank Infante, Joan Jett Piano-Kenny Laguna Drums-Clem Burke Bass-Micky Groome Backing vocals-Kenny Laguna Chest Slaps and Hysterics-Ritchie Cordell Recorded- Ramport. December 1 and the Baltimore Orioles cking vocals-Joan Jett, Kenny Laguna, Ritchie Cordell Tambourine-Kenny Laguna Recorded-Ramport, January 1980 Rhythm Gultar Joan Jett, Lea Hart Lead Guitar-Lea Hart JETT LAG PRODUCTIONS Corporation-MCA-BMI) Guitar-Joan Jett, Lea Hart Piano-Kenny Laguna Orums-Paul Simmons For fan club or other information write to loan lett PO Box 600 Long Beach, New York Il YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'VE GOT an Jett, Kenny Laguna, Boardmalk Mus ael, leff lelers, PauecertedRpert, becenter 1979 JEZEBEL neer and Associate Producer Recorded-Ramport, Decem Backing vocals -Joan Jett, Keny Laguna, SHOUT ean Jett. Keaty L I98i Boardwak Recards Inc factured by Boardwalk Records tainment Compary 5884 Saata Monica Recorded-Fidelity Augu and Rampert. December Isley (No Boulevard Beverly Hills Calfornia 90212 Inc.-BMI Unauthorized duplicat melvinomusic: Joan Jett Bad Reputation Number of LPs: 1 Label: Boardwalk Records Release Year on Jacket: 1981 The Good: A1 – Bad Reputation A4 – You Don’t Own Me B1 – Shout B4 – Jezebel B5 – Don’t Abuse Me The Bad: A2 – Make Believe Overall Rating: A Would You Recommend: Joan Jett has been a powerhouse her whole career. Her gruff vocals are very distinct, as is her look. She has more than proved herself in the punk rock world. Her music does tend to be more mainstream, but she can kick it out when she wants to. I think this album is a great album, that shows how gritty she can get. Her cover of You Don’t Own Me is my favorite version of the song ever. This is a must listen to, because it is excellent. Spotify Link:

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The external features of the brain best seen on its Ventral surface are shown. Extending along the inferior surface of the frontal lobe near the midline are the olfactory tracts(Smell), which arise from enlargements at their anterior ends called the olfactory bulbs. The olfactory bulbs receive input from neurons in the epithelial lining of the nasal cavity whose axons make up the first cranial nerve (cranial nerve I is therefore called the olfactory nerve. On the ventromedial surface of the TemporalLobe, the parahippocampal gyrus conceals the hippocampus, a highly convoluted cortical structure that figures importantly in memory. Slightly more medial to the parahippocampal gyrus is the uncus, a slightly conical protrusion that includes the pyriform cortex. The pyriform cortex is the target of the lateral olfactory tractand processes olfactory information. At the most central aspect of the ventral surface of theforebrain is the optic chiasm, and immediately posterior, the ventral surface of thehypothalamus, including the infundibular stalk(the base of pituitary gland) and the mammillary bodies. Posterior to the hypothalamus are two large tracts, oriented roughly rostral-caudally, called the cerebral peduncles. These tracts contain axons from the cerebral hemispheres that project to the MotorNeurons in the brainstem and into the lateral and ventral columns of the spinal cord. Finally, the ventral surfaces of the pons, medulla, and cerebellar hemispheres can be seen on the ventral surface of the brain. Davinci rediscovered what the ancients already knew about the human anatomy. That's 4biddenknowledge: The Egyptian HeaddresS @4biddenknowledge VENTRALVIEW, BRAN SECTION-EGYPTIAN NEMES HEADRESS ORIGINS AND KILANOVEANKRAM润 CENTRAL SNAKE bo eu suoon ondo 4 aing んopepo ONE CENTRAL SNAKE (AKHENATEN Copyright 2012 James Colmer ls The Ventral View Section Of The Human Brain The external features of the brain best seen on its Ventral surface are shown. Extending along the inferior surface of the frontal lobe near the midline are the olfactory tracts(Smell), which arise from enlargements at their anterior ends called the olfactory bulbs. The olfactory bulbs receive input from neurons in the epithelial lining of the nasal cavity whose axons make up the first cranial nerve (cranial nerve I is therefore called the olfactory nerve. On the ventromedial surface of the TemporalLobe, the parahippocampal gyrus conceals the hippocampus, a highly convoluted cortical structure that figures importantly in memory. Slightly more medial to the parahippocampal gyrus is the uncus, a slightly conical protrusion that includes the pyriform cortex. The pyriform cortex is the target of the lateral olfactory tractand processes olfactory information. At the most central aspect of the ventral surface of theforebrain is the optic chiasm, and immediately posterior, the ventral surface of thehypothalamus, including the infundibular stalk(the base of pituitary gland) and the mammillary bodies. Posterior to the hypothalamus are two large tracts, oriented roughly rostral-caudally, called the cerebral peduncles. These tracts contain axons from the cerebral hemispheres that project to the MotorNeurons in the brainstem and into the lateral and ventral columns of the spinal cord. Finally, the ventral surfaces of the pons, medulla, and cerebellar hemispheres can be seen on the ventral surface of the brain. Davinci rediscovered what the ancients already knew about the human anatomy. That's 4biddenknowledge

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We are a special creation. Our hair defies gravity and grows towards the life energy giving source of the Sun. Our skin absorbs the rays of the Sun. Melanin is a broad term for a group of natural pigments found in most organisms. Melanin is produced by the oxidation of the amino acid tyrosine, followed by polymerization. The pigment is produced in a specialized group of cells known as melanocytes. There are three basic types of melanin: eumelanin, pheomelanin, and neuromelanin. The most common is eumelanin, of which there are two types—brown eumelanin and black eumelanin. Pheomelanin is a cysteine-containing red polymer of benzothiazine units largely responsible for red hair, among other pigmentation. Neuromelanin is found in the brain, though its function remains obscure. In the skin, melanogenesis occurs after exposure to UV radiation, causing the skin to visibly tan. Melanin is an effective absorber of light; the pigment is able to dissipate over 99.9% of absorbed UV radiation. Because of this property, melanin is thought to protect skin cells from UVB radiation damage, reducing the risk of cancer. Furthermore, though exposure to UV radiation is associated with increased risk of malignant melanoma, a cancer of the melanocytes, studies have shown a lower incidence for skin cancer in individuals with more concentrated melanin, i.e. darker skin tone. Nonetheless, the relationship between skin pigmentation and photoprotection is still being clarified. In humans, melanin is the primary determinant of skin color. It is also found in hair, the pigmented tissue underlying the iris of the eye, and the stria vascularis of the inner ear. In the brain, tissues with melanin include the medulla and pigment-bearing neurons within areas of the brainstem, such as the locus coeruleus and the substantia nigra. It also occurs in the zona reticularis of the adrenal gland. The melanin in the skin is produced by melanocytes, which are found in the basal layer of the epidermis. Mediaoutrage melanin: HAIR THAT DEFIES GRAVITY SKIN THATABSORBS SUN We are a special creation. Our hair defies gravity and grows towards the life energy giving source of the Sun. Our skin absorbs the rays of the Sun. Melanin is a broad term for a group of natural pigments found in most organisms. Melanin is produced by the oxidation of the amino acid tyrosine, followed by polymerization. The pigment is produced in a specialized group of cells known as melanocytes. There are three basic types of melanin: eumelanin, pheomelanin, and neuromelanin. The most common is eumelanin, of which there are two types—brown eumelanin and black eumelanin. Pheomelanin is a cysteine-containing red polymer of benzothiazine units largely responsible for red hair, among other pigmentation. Neuromelanin is found in the brain, though its function remains obscure. In the skin, melanogenesis occurs after exposure to UV radiation, causing the skin to visibly tan. Melanin is an effective absorber of light; the pigment is able to dissipate over 99.9% of absorbed UV radiation. Because of this property, melanin is thought to protect skin cells from UVB radiation damage, reducing the risk of cancer. Furthermore, though exposure to UV radiation is associated with increased risk of malignant melanoma, a cancer of the melanocytes, studies have shown a lower incidence for skin cancer in individuals with more concentrated melanin, i.e. darker skin tone. Nonetheless, the relationship between skin pigmentation and photoprotection is still being clarified. In humans, melanin is the primary determinant of skin color. It is also found in hair, the pigmented tissue underlying the iris of the eye, and the stria vascularis of the inner ear. In the brain, tissues with melanin include the medulla and pigment-bearing neurons within areas of the brainstem, such as the locus coeruleus and the substantia nigra. It also occurs in the zona reticularis of the adrenal gland. The melanin in the skin is produced by melanocytes, which are found in the basal layer of the epidermis. Mediaoutrage melanin

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This kiwi looks like a kidney.omg-humor.tumblr.com: SUPRARENAL (ADRENAL) GLAND irior phec atries Let orus of daghrgm Parceas ror ve Ry ebeal er Sprier pral as Rght r and Lat pr gd Let dney Inferior suprarenal artery Middle suprarenal artery Inferior vena cova Right kidney Abdominal aona Fig. 72.3 Arterial supply and venous drainage of the suprarenal glands. (From Drake, Vogi and Mitchell 2005.) pass around clustered glomerulosal cells and between columns in the zona fasciculata to a deep plexus in the zona reticularis. Venules from this plexus pass between medullary chromaffin cells to medullary veins, which they enter between prominent bundles of smooth muscle fibres. Some relatively large arteries bypass this indirect route and pass directly to the medulla (Fig. 72.4). At operation the arteries are rarely obvious, but the veins deserve specific attention (see below). Superior suprarenal arteries The superior suprarenal artery arises from the inferior phrenic artery, a branch of the abdominal aorta: it is often small and may be absent. Middle suprarenal arteries The middle suprarenal artery arises from the lateral aspect of the abdominal aorta at the level of the superior mesenteric artery, It ascends slightly and runs over the crura of the diaphragm to the suprarenal glands, where it anastomoses with the suprarenal branches of the infe- FUNNY STUFF ON MEMEPIX.COM MEMEPIX.COM This kiwi looks like a kidney.omg-humor.tumblr.com

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