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Future, Memes, and Access: Ayahusaca Grows New Brain Cells and has Antidepressant Effects @truth_society "Ayahuasca is not a drug in the Western sense, something you take to get rid of something. Properly used, it opens up parts of yourself that you usually have no access to. The parts of the brain that hold emotional memories come together with those parts that modulate insight and awareness, so you see past experiences in a new way." - Dr. Gabor Mate Interest in the therapeutic potential of ayahuasca🍃 has exploded over the past few years as more and more people learn about the wonderful benefits of this sacred brew. Ayahuasca is the combination of specific plant species containing DMT and MAOIs to produce a long lasting hallucinogenic experience with profound health benefits.😊 - New research is demonstrating what indigenous South American peoples have known for thousands of years; this plant medicine drink has potent antidepressant qualities and could potentially be used to combat addiction and PTSD.🙏 - Researchers placed harmine and tetrahydroharmine – the most prevalent alkaloids in ayahuasca – in a petri dish with hippocampal stem cells, and found that this greatly increased the rate at which these cells developed into fully mature neurons. The results of this study were first presented at the Interdisciplinary Conference on Psychedelics Research, and represent the first evidence that components of ayahuasca have neurogenic properties, thereby opening up a wealth of possibilities for future research.✨ - Another more recent study has become the first to analyze the antidepressant properties of ayahuasca in a controlled setting.🔬 29 patients with severe depression were given either one session of ayahuasca or a placebo, then analyzed for changes in their depression scores.💯 - One day immediately following the sessions, the ayahuasca group scored significantly lower on depression tests compared to the placebo group. After seven days, the placebo group had returned to a normal depression level, while the ayahuasca group were still on a much lower depression score.😎 - It is important to remember that taking ayahuasca in a safe, therapeutic, and supportive environment is the greatest method for obtaining the most healing benefit possible.🙏 - This ancient brew is schedule one in the United States which means it has no medicinal value, yet is has been used as a medicine longer then the United States has existed as a country..🤔 - Source: http:-beckleyfoundation.org-ayahuasca-stimulates-the-birth-of-new-brain-cells-

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Bless Up, Cute, and Funny: Once a lap dog, always a lap dog So a lot of you have been asking me, hey smash, when are you going to review the weighted blanket, how did it work, does it work wonders, did it fix your sleep problem?? Well it’s funny u ask! Since I got it, I’ve had two weeks of perfectly sound sleep where I close my eyes and imagine cows skipping over a fence (like happy cows on a vegan farm where all they gotta do is be cute lol) for three minutes until I doze blissfully 😍. JUST KIDDING! It made it worse a lil bit 😂. Officially said goodbye to that h0e today. I wanted it to work but like a toxic relationship sometimes You idealize something but the reality is it is not what is best for you so you have to say goodbye and block them forever but keep the entire text thread including the pics as evidence 🧐 LOL! Just kidding but not really 🙂😂. Mannnnnn listen. I wanted it to work. I was in full placebo effect. I was ready to receive God’s blessings. But that bish had me feelin TRAPPT. Like it’s supposed to mimic the warmth of the human body but for some reason a THICCUM pair of thighs straddling my right quad muscles whilst a head delicately lays on my BREAST and two breasstasis swaddle my right side feel hella different 🧐. Anyway I tried. Gave it a go for two skrate weeks. Did not work as intended. That being said, I do not want to dissuade you! It has worked for so many people and I am so thankful to the person who recommended it. That person has recommended a lot of great things and this one just happened to not work out. One person’s medicine is another person’s poison. This is how we were created. May you all sleep well and wake up rested and rejuvenated. Bless up! ❤️

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Children, Food, and Grandma: theinturnetexplorer Lauren Dobson-Hughes ldobsonhughes Amazing overheard at Whole Foods. "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES laser-free diet. floatingwithobriern y'all need to hear about gerb. gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier. there was this one little old lady, mrs cassopolis, who was a regular. mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every last. grocery. item. MANUALLY. and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing. so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh," "you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift" and gerb says "i recall" "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen" and gerb says "yea ok" "jeremy what happened?" and gerb says "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation" Source: theinturnetexplorer Gerb

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Children, Food, and Grandma: Lauren Dobson-Hughes @ldobsonhughes Amazing - overheard at Whole Foods "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food." 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES floatingwithobrien theinturnetexplorer: laser-free diet all need to hear about gerb gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier there was this one little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a regular mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every. last. grocery. item. MANUALLY and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh," you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift and gerb says "i recall" "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen" and gerb says "yea ok" jeremy what happened?" and gerb says "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation" Some people dont want superpowers, I guess

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Children, Food, and Grandma: Lauren Dobson-Hughes @ldobsonhughes Amazing - overheard at Whole Foods. "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food." 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES 13 floatingwithobrien: theinturnetexplorer: laser-free diet. y'all need to hear about gerb. gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story. when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier. there was this one little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a regular. mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that’s not a thing. but old cass wouldn’t hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every. last. grocery. item. MANUALLY. and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives. one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn’t paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing. so one day, gerb’s boss came to him and said “uh,” “you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift”and gerb says “i recall”“that’s about four times faster than anything i’ve ever seen”and gerb says “yea ok”“jeremy what happened?” and gerb says “i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation”

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Bad, Bill Nye, and Blade: RRT Industries, Ltd. @RRTIndustries imagine if the dude from Captain Kangaroo starting thinking he was an actual ship captain and went around lecturing people on maritime navigation, law, logistics, etc that's exactly what @BillNye did but with science 12:45 PM 06 Dec 17 <p><a href="http://rabbittiddy.tumblr.com/post/169338857563/sosungalittleclodofclay-rabbittiddy" class="tumblr_blog">rabbittiddy</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://sosungalittleclodofclay.tumblr.com/post/169338213883/rabbittiddy-sosungalittleclodofclay" class="tumblr_blog">sosungalittleclodofclay</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://rabbittiddy.tumblr.com/post/169337983338/sosungalittleclodofclay-rabbittiddy" class="tumblr_blog">rabbittiddy</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://sosungalittleclodofclay.tumblr.com/post/169337454458/rabbittiddy-sosungalittleclodofclay" class="tumblr_blog">sosungalittleclodofclay</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://rabbittiddy.tumblr.com/post/169329358063/sosungalittleclodofclay-rabbittiddy" class="tumblr_blog">rabbittiddy</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://sosungalittleclodofclay.tumblr.com/post/169328548058/rabbittiddy-reasonandempathy-keyhollow" class="tumblr_blog">sosungalittleclodofclay</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://rabbittiddy.tumblr.com/post/169326565428/reasonandempathy-keyhollow" class="tumblr_blog">rabbittiddy</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://reasonandempathy.tumblr.com/post/169169121166/keyhollow-reasonandempathy-keyhollow" class="tumblr_blog">reasonandempathy</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://keyhollow.tumblr.com/post/169168997730/reasonandempathy-keyhollow" class="tumblr_blog">keyhollow</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://reasonandempathy.tumblr.com/post/169168925781/keyhollow-reasonandempathy-keyhollow" class="tumblr_blog">reasonandempathy</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://keyhollow.tumblr.com/post/169168907340/reasonandempathy-keyhollow-fluffylaces" class="tumblr_blog">keyhollow</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://reasonandempathy.tumblr.com/post/169168826941/keyhollow-fluffylaces" class="tumblr_blog">reasonandempathy</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://keyhollow.tumblr.com/post/169168724475/fluffylaces-political-dissonance-pretty" class="tumblr_blog">keyhollow</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://fluffylaces.tumblr.com/post/169168398436/political-dissonance-pretty-much-wait-isnt" class="tumblr_blog">fluffylaces</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://political-dissonance.tumblr.com/post/168689151551/pretty-much" class="tumblr_blog">political-dissonance</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Pretty Much</p></blockquote> <p>Wait, isn’t Bill Nye an actual scientist?</p> </blockquote> <p>Mechanical engineer if I remember correctly, so no</p> </blockquote> <p>STEM degree, so yes.</p> </blockquote> <p>Except he’s not a scientist, he is an engineer. </p> <p>Trust me, it’s different. </p> <p>S - Science (scientists)</p> <p>T - Technology (technicians, can also minorly overlap with others</p> <p>E - Engineering (engineers)</p> <p>M - Managment (those who manage others. Usually they’re managing the engineers, because boy do they need it. Often referred to as Managment) </p> </blockquote> <p style="">…the M stands for Mathematics…</p> </blockquote> <p>You are right. </p> <p>It does. </p> <p>I fucked up right there and I have a funny story as to why, but that’s not for right now. My point still stands. </p> </blockquote> <p style="">Okay.</p> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="140" data-orig-width="618"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/622d61bb2e7ac576fec909f06c428dd2/tumblr_inline_p1utegrCoU1tb6pwe_540.png" data-orig-height="140" data-orig-width="618"/></figure><figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="472" data-orig-width="658"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/0e078dbb13b933860fa6fe5db9b83f05/tumblr_inline_p1utfa5aoA1tb6pwe_540.png" data-orig-height="472" data-orig-width="658"/></figure><p>The guy also has 6 honorary doctorates of science from Johns Hopkins, Rutgers, and other universities.</p> <p style=""><br/></p> <p style="">You can say that his professional work is engineering and not science, and be correct.</p> <p>I’m making the assertion that he has the accolades and professional experience, especially enough overlap, that it’s a distinction without difference in his case.</p> </blockquote> <p>The honorary thing is iffy. People who worked for those degrees tend towards disliking an honorary overstepping, especially with how little you can do to get one.</p> <p>It’s less Bill Nye is like the above and more like Bill Nye is just like Linus Pauling.</p> </blockquote> <p>I don’t know if he’s that good, but let me tell you something<br/><br/>when non science communicators start talking science, people get scared. we talk about wierd funguses and parasites and hyperparasitoid wasps and viruses and what not and the strange (and exicting!) shit they do and the next thing you know, you have 398 different books and video games and webcomics exploring zombies and aliens parasites/virus and fungal zombies and a whole nine yards. which at least the audiance of those only has a mini freak out when they find out that, say, cordyceps(<i>last of us</i>) is a real thing (but only a few insect species are susceptible).<br/><br/>so for big mainsteam infodumps, we give very safe and secure and generally well recieved science communicators a long lead.</p> </blockquote> <p>I meant more in Pauling’s thing on megadoses of Vitamin C. Great chemist, but knows fuck all about nutrition and medicine. And part of me gets the idea that people don’t get that Bill is a damn fine engineer, but his science credentials, are of the pop variety, which can be good to get kids into the sciences, but the way people treat him as an authority on anything aside from mechanical engineering leaves a pretty bad taste in my mouth, especially given that I know exactly how he got his start, and I’ve seen more accomplished people do a better job.</p> </blockquote> <p>and then people ask how we get there and we say, well we’d have to start with stem cell research and then we’d have cloning tech and organ donoation wouldn’t even be a thing and then (and then people get VERYVERY SCARED) next thing you know there’s a human born human front and everyone is rewatching gattaca and blade runner and getting VERY SCARED again. I mean damn, if people find out what we’re doing with parathanogenisis research in the mean while, y’all would flip a lid. <br/><br/>also, “vitamin megadose therapy”: actually very effective for some nutritional defecencies and related diseases(scurvy is an old one: large doses of vitamin C which yes is water soluble and is thus pissed out, treats scurvy faster than the exact capacity dose, rickets and some others), but yes negligble effect on healthy people. and it promoted people looking at world hunger as a problem to be solved to look at total nutrition(something not thought of in the 1960′s), not just kcal quantity. and for healthy people, megadosing does nothing that a placebo doesn’t do unless it’s once of the few fat soluble ones, and thus is altogether harmless as a ritual.<br/><br/>and of course, it serves as an mental innoculation against leaving things like bright’s disease(s) declared ‘untreatable’.<br/><br/>sometimes you have to come at a problem or set of problems squirrelly and sideways.</p> </blockquote> <p>I’m referring to megadoses being a panacea, which Linus kinda started (and has been shown by other to be not the case) of somebody with a particular degree going out of their element and making a fool of themselves.</p> <p>What I’m going on here is that Nye wass great for getting kids into the sciences, but he’s not an authority. He’s an entertainer first and foremost. He’s not an authority on most of the stuff he purports either, and even then has problems in still being the guy from Almost Live who had science demonstrations that three Brits who actually work for Universities and have relevant degrees as well do an even better job of teaching while entertaining (helps that the three have some education credentials to back it up). Like I said his knowledge is of the pop and elementary variety, and very often (especially nowadays) strays into guy who doesn’t even try to research what he’s talking about in the slightest.</p> <p>As for squirelly thinking, that’s great when it produces repeatable and verifiable results, but often it tends toward pseudioscience, which gets debunked time and again. And when I say pop science, I’m talking things that have come around that stick because they’re popular, even if they’re actually wrong (for example elemental Iodine doesn’t boil ever, it just sublimates, which is something various home chemists have accidentally discovered isn’t true).That’s some of what’s going on with Nye, people are now taking him as an authority when he has none, and may in fact be wrong.</p> </blockquote> <p>Okay, lay it out. what is it that you’re scared that Nye maybe wrong about?</p> </blockquote> <p>LEts see fors starters on the more recent one his whole gender show. On the older one, it’s had some stuff that’s gone the way of the dodo (how he described atoms, even by 6th grade I knew it was long out of date), the whole myth of freezer batteries, his newer thing on nuclear power, hell have a video by somebody else.</p><figure class="tmblr-embed tmblr-full" data-provider="youtube" data-orig-width="540" data-orig-height="304" data-url="https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DjwZs226GTWI"><iframe width="540" height="304" id="youtube_iframe" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/jwZs226GTWI?feature=oembed&amp;enablejsapi=1&amp;origin=https://safe.txmblr.com&amp;wmode=opaque" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen=""></iframe></figure></blockquote> <p>Also can we please stop pretending that honorary degrees mean jack shit?</p>
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Ali, Facebook, and Food: DID YOU KNOW? TURMERIC, JUST A TEASPOON HOLISTIC ALI CANCER ALLERGIES RESEARCH SHOWS THAT JUST A TEASPOON OF TURMERIC PER DAY CAN HELP FIGHT CANCER, DEPRESSION AND ALLERGIES Dr. Michael Mosley Follow ➡️ @holisticali 🔴Asians call it Haldi, have it with a bit of cayenne pepper 🌶 or fresh black pepper, always buy organic 🔴 What the researchers found was quite astonishing. While the placebo and supplement groups showed very little difference, the group of test subjects who added turmeric to food exhibited substantial changes. This finding is not actually all that surprising, however. The Health Minded notes that curcumin is a fat-soluble compound, so consuming it with other foods that contain fat is said to help boost absorption. Studies have found that consuming turmeric with black pepper also boosts nutrient absorption significantly. BBC News writes that many of the participants chose to combine their turmeric with warm milk or yogurt. Professor Widschwendter told the Daily Mail: "We could see changes to a gene associated with cancer, depression and allergies such as asthma." The new testing methodology that he has developed is able to analyze not just the genes, but how hard they are working. Professor Widschwendter adds: "The test looks at the changes in the packaging, known as methylation, that allows us to predict the risk of certain diseases, depending on which genes are affected and where the genes are affected." While Widschwendter noted that the changes they looked at were only those in the blood, and may not represent what was going on in bodily tissues, he nevertheless seemed excited about the results. The professor noted: "However, the results were fascinating. We showed turmeric is able to reset important components of our gene's software." One possible mechanism behind turmeric's benefits may be that it changes the way that the enzymes involved with methylation behave. One thing is for sure though: The health benefits of turmeric root are not to be underestimated. Learn more: http:-www.naturalnews.com-055407_turmeric_preventing_cancer_depression.html ⛔️Use Coconut Milk or Hemp Milk⛔️ Depression HolisticAli Turmeric Cancer IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

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Bailey Jay, Memes, and 🤖: Acredita Nisso? Tomar cafe te ajuda a ver o lado bom da vida /ACREDITANIssooFICIAL OACREDITANISSO @AcreditaNisso? Tomar café pode te ajudar a ver o mundo de um jeito mais otimista. Ou pelo menos dar mais atenção às palavras mais positivas do que negativas. Isso porque a cafeína aumenta a transmissão de dopamina, neurotransmissor que produz sensações de prazer e alegria. Esta substância estimula o lado esquerdo do cérebro, que controla a linguagem. E isso te deixa mais ágil e rápido na hora de distinguir palavras. Principalmente as boas, já que, segundo a ciência, temos uma tendência natural a reconhecer primeiro as expressões com significados positivos. Para confirmar o poder da dopamina, o pesquisador Lars Kuchinke, da Universidade Ruhr, na Alemanha, convidou 66 voluntários para um teste. Todos tomaram uma pílula antes das provas. Mas, sem saber, metade ingeriu 200 miligramas de cafeína, enquanto outra parte tomou apenas uma dose de efeito placebo. Aí tiveram de ver uma porção de letras surgir numa tela de computador e dizer, rapidamente, se aquilo formava ou não uma palavra. O pessoal do café reconheceu muito mais as palavras positivas do que o grupo sem cafeína no corpo. O segredo é mesmo a dopamina, estimulada pelo café. “A cafeína pode fortalecer as conexões entre as áreas onde as informações positivas e as respostas positivas são processadas, então essa informação fica disponível mais facilmente durante o processo de entendimento das palavras”, explica Kuchinke. Fonte: SuperInteressante . SIGAM-ME OS CURIOSOS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) 💋
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Memes, School, and London: AGedna Bebida faz voce falar a verdade, aponta estudo EDITANISSOOFICIAL QACREDITANISSO @AcreditaNisso? “Desculpa tudo aquilo que eu te falei. É que eu estava bêbado”. É amigo, essa desculpinha não vai colar mais. Um estudo publicado pela London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine deu base para a verdade universal que é só a bebida entrar, que a verdade sai. A pesquisa provou que que o álcool não muda os pensamentos de uma pessoa, mas sim a torna mais despreocupada com o que está falando. Resumindo: Quando você está bêbado você fala tudo aquilo que normalmente não teria coragem. Para chegar a esta conclusão, os pesquisadores pediram que os participantes ingerissem bebidas alcoólicas antes de completar tarefas de reconhecimento de erro em um computador. Aqueles que beberam foram tão conscientes quanto os que tomaram placebo e o grupo sóbrio. Porém, os bêbados se importavam menos em errar. A conclusão é que o goró não inibe nossa capacidade de saber, mas sim inibe a nossa incapacidade de sentir culpa, remorso ou vergonha. Ou seja, para evitar complicações basta seguir o ensinamento de Ernest Hemingway: “Faça sempre lúcido o que você disse que faria bêbado. Isso o ensinará a manter sua boca calada”. Fonte: ManualDoHomemModerno . SIGAM-ME OS CURIOSOS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) 💋

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Music, Regret, and School: NEW MUSIC TERMS ALLEREGRETTO: When you're 16 measures into the piece and suddenly realize you set too fast a tempo ANGUS DEl: To play with a divinely beefy tone A PATELLA: Accompanied by knee-slapping APOLOGGIATURA: A composition that you regret playing APPROXIMATURA: A series of notes not intended by the composer, yet played with an "I meant to do that" attitude APPROXIMENTO: A musical entrance that is somewhere in the vicinity of the correct pitch DILL PICCOLINI: An exceedingly small wind instrument that plays only sour notes FERMANTRA: A note held over and over and over and over and... FIDDLER CRABS: Grumpý string players FLUTE FLIES: Those tiny insects that bother musicians on outdoor gigs FRUGALHORN: A sensible and inexpensive brass instrument GAUL BLATTER: A French horn player GREGORIAN CHAMP: The title bestowed upon the monk who can hold a note the longest PLACEBO DOMINGO: A faux tenor SPRITZICATO: An indication to string instruments to produce a bright and bubbly sound TEMPO TANTRUM: What an elementary school orchestra is having when it's not following the conductor <p><a href="http://thestrugglesofamusicmajor.tumblr.com/post/161394990940/professorsparklepants-tag-yourself-im-angus-dei" class="tumblr_blog">thestrugglesofamusicmajor</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://professorsparklepants.tumblr.com/post/160964519730/tag-yourself-im-angus-dei" class="tumblr_blog">professorsparklepants</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Tag yourself I’m Angus Dei</p></blockquote> <p>I’m Fiddler Crabs</p> </blockquote>

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