Keke Palmer geting emotional in an interview with Raven Symone (x)

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alittlebitofdisneymagic:

forgettingfilm:

saoritsukiyaori:

hatcadet:

juodaanviinaa:

fuzzypigs:

claybabay:

NEED MONEY FOR COLLEGE

NEED COLLEGE FOR JOB

NEED JOB FOR MONEY

WAHT

WHO THE FUCK DESIGNED THIS SYSTEM

NEED EXPERIENCE FOR JOB

NEED JOB TO GET EXPERIENCE

NEED CAR FOR JOB

NEED JOB FOR CAR

GOTTA EAT TO LIVE
GOTTA STEAL TO EAT
TELL YOU ALL ABOUT IT WHEN I GOT THE TIME

ONE JUMP AHEAD OF THE SLOWPOKES

ONE SKIP AHEAD OF MY DOOM

NEXT TIME GOTTA USE A NOM DE PLUME

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It got better

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thorinsheart:

tommarvalo:

marvel’s got movies planned out for the next fourteen years god damn i don’t even know what i’m going to be doing in an hour…

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lets-raise-alittle-hell:

nopantsrevolution:

danglingthpider:

phlynn:

please dont make disney characters have tattoos and piercings and blackhair and stretchers

please

stop

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oh my fucking GOD

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avatarjenny:

my queen has returned in all her sassy glory

avatarjenny:

my queen has returned in all her sassy glory

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this is how i feel about cheese

this is how i feel about cheese

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ileu:

I either talk a lot or don’t talk at all there is no in-between.

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hoyaholic-hopanda:

i salute you for all the women out there.

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kqedscience:

Unpacking the Science: How Playing Music Changes the Learning Brain"Ani Patel, an associate professor of psychology at Tufts University and the author of “Music, Language, and the Brain,” says that while listening to music can be relaxing and contemplative, the idea that simply plugging in your iPod is going to make you more intelligent doesn’t quite hold up to scientific scrutiny.“On the other hand,” Patel says, “there’s now a growing body of work that suggests that actually learning to play a musical instrument does have impacts on other abilities.” These include speech perception, the ability to understand emotions in the voice and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.”
Learn more from KQED’s MindShift blog.

kqedscience:

Unpacking the Science: How Playing Music Changes the Learning Brain

"Ani Patel, an associate professor of psychology at Tufts University and the author of “Music, Language, and the Brain,” says that while listening to music can be relaxing and contemplative, the idea that simply plugging in your iPod is going to make you more intelligent doesn’t quite hold up to scientific scrutiny.

“On the other hand,” Patel says, “there’s now a growing body of work that suggests that actually learning to play a musical instrument does have impacts on other abilities.” These include speech perception, the ability to understand emotions in the voice and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.”

Learn more from KQED’s MindShift blog.

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