With no place to go, Scott Walker is bored out of his mind.
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What Ever Happened to Colored Toilet Paper? (Apartment Therapy, 3/24/2018)
Sometime around the ’80s, colored toilet paper began to disappear from the shelves. Toilet Paper World quotes someone called the Toilet Paper King on a few potential reasons for its decline. (The Toilet Paper King, apparently, is Kenn Fischburg, president of Toilet Paper World. It is unclear where the authority for this toilet paper monarchy derives from, or whether the title is self-assigned.) Apparently doctors began warning people that the dyes in colored toilet paper could be harmful to their skin. And there were environmental concerns about the dyes, too.
"Those Were the Days" by Mary Hopkin debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending 9/28/1968. It spent 14 weeks on the chart, peaking at #2 for 3 weeks.