Today's DDTS was "The Hardest Button To Button" by White Stripes from the album Elephant, released April 1, 2003.
This seems perfectly natural.
Oh, and obvi, this video is completely NSFW.
Bastille has released a new music video for their song “Oblivion,” which is the latest track from their debut album, Bad Blood. The video was recorded inside the Capitol Records building in Los Angeles.
In related Bastille news, the band recently released U.S. tour dates. Although there are no confirmed dates for D.C., you can check bastillebastille.com for updates.
Is October too early for hanging Christmas lights? Not for this Australian family who claimed the world record for having the
most Christmas lights. The family originally won the title back in 2011 with 331,038 lights, but was beaten in 2012 by a New York family with 346,283 lights.
David Richards started hanging 31 miles worth of lights in October. After a month of work, the Richards family broke the Guinness World Record by hanging 502,165 Christmas lights. Wondering about their energy bill? Apparently the half a million lights adds about $2,500 to the bill for the month of December.
On average, American men live almost five years less than American women (76 years for men compared to 81 years for women). The reason for this difference is because of the poor
state of men’s health in America and around the world.
MEN: We gotta do something about this! LADIES: You can help!
Movember, an organization committed to improving men’s health, aims to “change the face of men’s health” by putting a fun twist on this serious issue. Movember wants men to be more comfortable talking about their health.
So, if you are manly enough, you can join Movember and grow a moustache throughout November. Obviously, women can't do this (hopefully...) but women can help by raising funds and engaging in conversations about men’s health. The donations will go toward improvnig clinical tests and treatments for prostate and testicular cancer.
So man up and grow out that beautiful moustache!