Drive safe, and safely reach your destination
Oooooo, she has sore eyes. It's understandable then that she released the comments to the previous post only about the same time as she wrote this one.Have a good night drive and drive carefully, Annie. When tired or sleepy, do stop at the R&R well-lit and peopled area, even if you have company during the drive. Best wishes for a good and successful eye treatment. Clever arr not telling the place, else we might go there and look you up. hehe
Been wondering a little your apparent preoccupation with bass, bass instruments and bass playing. Maybe you fit in with the findings of this study (excerpts given below) - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/02/deep-bass-sounds-music-rhythm_n_5548301.html"Why do music lovers like it so much when the beat drops? Scientists may now have an answer.A new study from Canada's McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind investigated how the brain reacts to low- and high-pitched tones in order to explain how humans detect rhythm -- and it's much easier for us to follow deep bass sounds."There is a physiological basis for why we create music the way we do," study co-author Dr. Laurel Trainor, a neuroscientist and director of the institute, told LiveScience. "Virtually all people will respond more to the beat when it is carried by lower-pitched instruments."Songs typically feature high-pitched melodies with deeper bass lines. While listeners are capable of hearing both sets of frequencies, of course, we may be better equipped to pick up on the rhythm set by the deep bass sounds.The study was published online in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "I prefer the saxophone any time. But don't ask me anything about classical music.
Have a good rest, Annie. Don't do anything that I wouldn't do. And am not telling what I wouldn't do.
r u the girl in the photo, Annie? Or a sister, a niece, a relative? Pretty, lorr. How come the face is blotched out at times?