Ganesha’s place is at the door of the brain, called medulla. The enlarged image shows two big ears, a trunk and tusks. So Ganesha sits at the door of the mind; in the Hindu mythology he is the gatekeeper and decides who should go in or not. If a negative influence tries to enter the brain, he stops it right there. Therefore, he is called vighna vinayaka, remover of obstacles. These obstacles are in the mind. —> the brain controls the individual, and it is the home of gods and goddesses. This human head is the abode of deities, the gods live here. We call them gods and science calls the medulla and hypothalamus. #Hinduism #Hindu #Shiva #Medulla #Oblongata

7 PM Sunday - SUNDAY - SUNDAY November 24th 2013
WSLR presents their 4th annual 2013 LUMPYTUNES! LIVE! - This year its a Sonic Tsunami of weirdo, experimental and outsider vibrations in a showcase format in support odd music on the airways, WSLR & Lumpytunes! Definitely Difficult Listening your outlet for obtuse.

Venue info: http://wslr.org/event/wslrs-4th-annual-lumpytunes-live-2013-sonic-tsunami

The line up:
Sean Proper, genre: Acoustic Drone
Vasectomy Party, genre: Harsh Noise
Tree, genre:Tape Looped Harsh noise
Dream Marina, genre: Guitar & Vintage Synth (Arp Odyssey) Abstract Textures
Oblongata, genre: Harsh Noise
Dark Highways, Lo-Fi Psychedelia Soul-Gaze
WAMPO! (band) West Coast FL’s God Father of experimental genre: Harsh Noise
Dylan Robitaille, genre: refuses to be pigeon-holed
Bilderberg Jazz Arkestra, genre: Free-Form Jazz in the vein of Sun Ra
Whitey Alabastard, genre: Sample-core
The Boomers, Sarasota genre: ‘Trash’
God Snack, genre: lo-fi synth pop finishes the night

50 Shades Quotes Part 1:

1) “His voice is warm and husky like dark melted chocolate fudge caramel… or something.”

2) “And from a very tiny, underused part of my brain - probably located at the base of my medulla oblongata near where my subconscious dwells - comes the thought: He’s here to see you.”

3) “I feel the color in my cheeks rising again. I must be the color of The Communist Manifesto.”

4) “His lips part, like he’s taking a sharp intake of breath, and he blinks. For a fraction of a second, he looks lost somehow, and the Earth shifts slightly on its axis, the tectonic plates sliding into a new position.”

5) “He smiles, then strides with renewed purpose out of the store, slinging the plastic bag over his shoulder, leaving me a quivering mass of raging female hormones.”

6) “I can almost hear his sphinx-like smile through the phone.” [Ah, yes. Those infamously smiley sphinxes…..]

7) “Holy crap! He’s wearing a white shirt, open at the collar, and tray flannel pants that hang from his hips.”

8) “His tone is so… so directorial, his usual control freak. I imagine him as an old-time movie director wearing jodhpurs, holding an old-fashioned megaphone and a riding crop. The image makes me laugh out loud.”

9) “The orange juice tastes divine. It’s thirst-quenching and refreshing.”

10) “Oh my… sweat and body wash and Christian. It’s a heady cocktail - so much better than a margarita, and now I can speak from experience.”

I always wonder what people do at 8:40pm

The energy and feelings floating around the house

Different emotions and aura filling the house with life

I wonder what a homeless man is doing at the same time as a billionaire

Preparing for the next few hours

The next few days, some the next couple years

I hope whatever you are doing or planning for

Makes you a better person

And fills your heart the way loving yourself does

Let the light of life inspire you to love

everything and everyone around you

—  dee-oblongata

tagged by hotdio!

Name: nick

Time and date: june 18 6:11pm

Average hours of sleep at night: 7

Last thing I googled: medula oblongata (it was in an outkast song)

Birthday: december 10

Gender: male

Sexual orientation: painfully straight (not my words)

Height: 6′6

Favorite color: silver

One place that makes me happy: any friends house tbh

How many blankets I sleep under: 1

What I am wearing right now: ugly ass trackpants and a jumper

Last book I read: roald dahl collected short stories

Most used phrases: dont worry mum i was talking to the cat

What I last said to family Member: dont worry mum i was talking to the cat

Favorite beverage: peach iced tea

Favorite food: pizza shapes

Last movie I watched: road warrior

Dream vacation: american road trip

Dream wedding: naruto themed

Dream pets: my cat but with a gun

Dream job: novelist

I am Jacks cold sweat 

I am Jacks raging bile duct 

I am Jacks wasted life 

I am Jacks inflamed sense of rejection 

I am Jacks complete lack of surprise 

I am Jacks smirking revenge 

I am Jacks broken heart

I am Jacks medulla oblongata 

I am Jacks colon

“The human mind is itself a miraculous machine. I am writing right now, but I have no idea how this is happening. I know that my brain is composed of a cerebrum, a cerebellum, and a medulla oblongata, but these are just words. I know that electrical impulses are involved somehow, but that is about the extent of my understanding of the mechanics. And while I at least have an intuition as to how an airplane works, I really have none with respect to my brain. Frankly, lots of what appears on my computer screen is as much a surprise to me as it is to you. I certainly never expected over my oatmeal and English muffin this morning to be writing about Bernoulli’s principle today. For that matter, I have no idea why I like English muffins. But I do.”
― Evan Mandery , Q