I nearly drove off the road this morning when I heard a report on NPR that vindicated my years and years of doodling.
According to Jackie Andrade, a professor of psychology at the University of Plymouth, though many people assume that the brain is inactive when they’re bored, the reverse is actually true.
Also featured are the doodles of past (and current) presidents, and a short video interview with one of NPR’s science correspondants and her mountain of insane doodles.
Here’s a doodle by LBJ.
The man that drew this was president of our country. Wow.