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kindaloupehackenweez BS: How can people be so cruel to Animals ? (60* d) RE: BS: How can people be so cruel to Animals ? 28 Jan 06

Hey Daylia: Thank you for the info, your writing is very thought provoking and informative.

A feelo mudcat who i wont mention for the answer i was looking for was sent to me by way of PM.

The correct spelling of the word i was looking for is as follows:
                        Medula oblongata
Which i was unable to find under either the "A's" or "O's" and i cant imagine why for the overwhelming embrassment i feel. And now that i find it in the dictionary theres another possible spelling.
                      Medullae oblongatae
The nervous tissue at the bottom of the brain that controls respiration, circulation, and certain other bodily functions.

I've been also lead to believe somewhere along the way. (The movie the water Boy) That The Medulla Oblongata is the part of the brain that registors or creats Anger, Jealousy and Aggression. Its also mentioned (Used in a song) in the movie "Slingblade".

Very cool thread to all that has contributed:
And a special thanks to the helpful "cat" that has helped me out here.

And just an extra added note that may be fitting. Found at the bottom of a page in the book of my memorable "Stuff."

"O" What a wickit world it is, that drives a man to sin."

Have a splended weekend.

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