Move over David Guetta… your repetitive song formula has finally met its match.
The summer’s most infectious pop music apparently comes at the very end. Television hosts Bård Ylvisåker and Vegard Ylvisåker, or better known in Norway as Ylvis, have stumbled upon something so silly that it can only be described in measures of greatness. A Guetta style Euro-pop beat with hilarious dance sequences, you’ll probably enjoy it better if you take it at face value from the start. But if you really insist on trying to understand what the song is about, it seems to be a guessing game of why we don’t have standardized sounds for fox noises.
So like I said… just enjoy the silly song and dance. Glad that Gawker posted this!!
Sad news indeed. From the Texas Tribune…
“Jerry Russell, the father of state Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, died Thursday, according to a message she posted on Facebook.
Russell was an icon in North Texas theater circles. He was the founder of Stage West, a non-profit theater company in Fort Worth. Russell died after complications stemming from emergency abdominal surgery. He was 77, according to a story about his death published in online editions of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Russell’s illness figured into the emerging drama of the 2014 campaign cycle. Davis had been widely expected to announce early this month whether she was running for governor or for re-election to her state Senate seat. But after Russell was hospitalized she pushed back that timetable so she could care for him.”
Condolences have been coming in from Senator Davis’ colleagues as well. Here are thoughts from Senator Leticia Van De Putte, Senator Kirk Watson and US Congressman Marc Veasey, all via Twitter…
Texas Leftist’s thoughts and prayers are with Senator Davis and her family as well.