ICYMI: Yesterday's Top 5 Stories
We know it’s hard to keep up with everything going on in pop culture. For some of us, it’s our full-time job. So, in case you missed it, we also bring you yesterday’s news. Here are the Top 5 Stories from Oct. 2, 2012.
1. Mumford & Sons’ Babel had a bigger debut than any other album in 2012, selling 600,000 copies (almost doubling Justin Bieber’s Believe).
2. Mac aficionado George Howard gives us 10 Tips To Help You Ditch Your Laptop For Good.
3. For Banned Books Week, here are last year’s 10 Most Challenged Titles.
4. Paste has three exclusive stills of Tom Waits in the upcoming film Seven Psychopaths—including one of Waits holding a bunny.
5. In response to New York Times columnist Neil Genzlinger’s piece on the overuse of the word “really,” Jerry Seinfeld defends the R word.
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