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(io9)   Heyyyy sexy ladeeeee. Admit it, you are riding a horse right now. And a story of why music moves you   (io9.com) divider line 20
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2013-05-09 08:18:02 AM
www.ericdsnider.com
 
2013-05-09 08:20:58 AM
Humans are the only species we know that creates and communicate using music

Um... birds, crickets, frogs, whales... no need to read further.
 
2013-05-09 08:27:17 AM
That was actually really cool.
 
2013-05-09 08:32:36 AM

wambu: Just want to leave this here.
[i.imgur.com image 850x1231] /Anna Song


I'd dance to that tune.
 
2013-05-09 08:33:45 AM
The horse is diamonds.
 
2013-05-09 09:17:57 AM

Tyrone Slothrop: The horse is diamonds.


I think the best thing about that ad campaign is that they did it, it was popular, and they moved on. They didn't decide that the guy has to be the new "Old Spice Guy" forever because he went virusy on the interwebs.
 
2013-05-09 09:58:21 AM
Look at my horse, my horse is amazing!
 
2013-05-09 10:23:37 AM
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2013-05-09 10:38:02 AM

hitlersbrain: Humans are the only species we know that creates and communicate using music

Um... birds, crickets, frogs, whales... no need to read further.


Whales was my first thought, birds definitely, but frogs and crickets?
 
2013-05-09 10:46:01 AM

Slaxl: hitlersbrain: Humans are the only species we know that creates and communicate using music

Um... birds, crickets, frogs, whales... no need to read further.

Whales was my first thought, birds definitely, but frogs and crickets?


Both frogs and crickets make chirps/croaks to attract mates.
 
2013-05-09 11:04:35 AM
www.shrinkgeek.com
 
2013-05-09 11:06:24 AM
Either that or she just wants to go for coffee.
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2013-05-09 11:15:14 AM
do those animals know they are making music though? And don't they always chirp the same way? Do birds write new love songs to woo a new lover?

Or do they all basically say "over here over here over here over here over here over here over here" year after year?

Honestly curious? I don't know.
 
2013-05-09 11:16:51 AM
I guess I am just thinking that it sounds like music to our ears, but to them it is just how they sound when they communicate.

So I am not sure they use "music" to communicate. But again, I don't know.
 
2013-05-09 11:17:23 AM
Is "riding a horse" the new term for jilling off?
 
2013-05-09 11:29:23 AM

busy chillin': do those animals know they are making music though? And don't they always chirp the same way? Do birds write new love songs to woo a new lover?

Or do they all basically say "over here over here over here over here over here over here over here" year after year?

Honestly curious? I don't know.


This is way too funny for some reason
 
2013-05-09 02:05:45 PM

QueenMamaBee: Slaxl: hitlersbrain: Humans are the only species we know that creates and communicate using music

Um... birds, crickets, frogs, whales... no need to read further.

Whales was my first thought, birds definitely, but frogs and crickets?

Both frogs and crickets make chirps/croaks to attract mates.


But that's not music, it's a single repetitive sound. Especially for some crickets, which can't even alter the speed. It's based on the temperature of the air.
 
2013-05-09 03:07:21 PM

Ehcks: QueenMamaBee: Slaxl: hitlersbrain: Humans are the only species we know that creates and communicate using music

Um... birds, crickets, frogs, whales... no need to read further.

Whales was my first thought, birds definitely, but frogs and crickets?

Both frogs and crickets make chirps/croaks to attract mates.

But that's not music, it's a single repetitive sound. Especially for some crickets, which can't even alter the speed. It's based on the temperature of the air.


So, like the Ramones?
 
2013-05-09 04:18:27 PM
Or why Adele's "Someone Like You" makes you sob like a baby?

Come on, it's not that bad
 
2013-05-10 04:53:55 AM

Longtooth: Ehcks: QueenMamaBee: Slaxl: hitlersbrain: Humans are the only species we know that creates and communicate using music

Um... birds, crickets, frogs, whales... no need to read further.

Whales was my first thought, birds definitely, but frogs and crickets?

Both frogs and crickets make chirps/croaks to attract mates.

But that's not music, it's a single repetitive sound. Especially for some crickets, which can't even alter the speed. It's based on the temperature of the air.

So, like the Ramones?


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