Audio recordings reveal cows have unique voices and share emotions with each other.
- New audio recordings of cows reveal rich communication and unique individual voices.
- Cows do more than vocalize to their calves — they share emotions with each other.
- A better understanding of what cows are saying and feeling can help in the formulation of humane cattle-care standards.
The dominatrix profession demands a mastery of human psychology and the ability to command life's many challenges.
- Professional dominatrixes develop an intuitive understanding of the human psyche at its most revealing.
- The techniques pro-dommes use to control their clients can be translated to other endeavors, especially finances and work.
- Studying the principles of these techniques can help anyone improve a craft or skill.
There are several levels of comedy plagiarism, says Paul F. Tompkins.
- Comedian Paul F. Tompkins explains the complexities of plagiarism in the comedy world; comedians all spend time together, processing the same current events—to some degree, it's natural that they may arrive at the same conclusions and jokes.
- "There are certain things that human beings just are predisposed to laugh at and we're just kind of all putting our own spin on it," he says.
- Some comedians may do it knowingly and others completely by accident, almost by osmosis. There are levels of plagiarism, and if you ask most comedians, says Tompkins, they will have had an innocent experience of realizing something they wrote was not truly theirs.
"I've got Santa on the phone and he says he's not coming unless you go to bed now."
Telling white lies to children can be somewhat par for the course when you're a parent: "I've got Santa on the phone and he says he's not coming unless you go to bed now," is particularly useful during the festive season, for example.
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