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Some weird facts -- Elvis has a twin? Mona Lisa don't have eyebrows. The eyelash one is so fucking scary! My eyes feel funny now boohoooooooo man!


This is where the amygdala is located in the brain. It is located within the temporal lobes of the brain. It is responsible for processing of memory, decision-making, emotional reactions and is part of the limbic system.

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DIY Kids PVC Chairs : fun chairs to make for kids - let them each choose their own fabric! Next project :)

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Remember this in lessons! William Glasser is a genius.

“The two lobes of the cerebrum were called by the ancients Cain and Abel, and have much to do with the legend of the curse with Cain, which is literally the curse of unbalance. For the murder of the spirit of the equilibrium Cain is sent forth a wanderer of the earth.”  ~ Manly P. Hall

Diagrams of the Anatomy & Functional Areas of the Brain. Some may have less functional areas.