The Frontal Cortex


Sorry for the absence. I was giving a talk in NYC, where I had the pleasure of meeting PZ, Chris Mooney and Lisa Randall. (I was talking about how Walt Whitman anticipated the neuroscience of today.) I also had the pleasure of spending time with my beautiful new niece (aka my sister’s Mexican hairless):
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  1. #1 David
    September 28, 2006


  2. #2 Jonah
    September 28, 2006

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Plus, I was being a wee bit ironic.

  3. #3 Nuts--k
    September 28, 2006

    Gorgeous is more like it….. or stunning.

  4. #4 Canine Admirer
    September 28, 2006

    I have been staring intently at this photo and I have the feint suspicion that this is:

    your hand or maybe your wrist thrust into an undershirt with an adorable dog head attached just above the wrist bone.

    one of those National Geographic photoshop jobbies that will cause a major scandal when it’s revealed no such dog exists in nature..

    a very happy dog unaware of its unfortunate genetic predicament, that it has a human wrist growing out of its neck.

    Can you give us a hint?

  5. #5 rich
    September 30, 2006

    wow. that is the strangest dog ive ever seen. is it really not sick? that’s how it is supposed to look? i bet darwin would have used this animal as an example of selective breeding if he had known about it.

  6. #6 nicole
    May 12, 2008

    is that really a mexican hairless?? because we adopted this adorable puppy from a res-q pets center and they told us she was a yorkie and chinese crested mix, but she looks identical to your puppy!

  7. #7 McLovin'
    July 3, 2008

    this dog is the ugliest dog i’ve ever seen it kind of reminds of me carrie?

  8. #8 keeley
    August 15, 2008

    awwwww. i want her!!! i have never seen anything so cute. her little lips! =)

  9. #9 B
    November 23, 2008

    I hate to be mean but this something about this picture reminds me a little bit of Chris Elliot the actor;

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