OK, it not just one thing but it is THREE separate things to celebrate on 13th November.

So FIRST the important one:

Kindness Day isn’t just about adopting all the children from your local orphanage – it’s about the little gestures of kindness too. Helping others can restore a sense of humanity, not to mention giving you that warm fuzzy glow inside.

Kindness Day was born when a collection of humanitarian groups came together on November 13, 1997 and made a “Declaration of Kindness”. Likewise, on Kindness Day everyone is encouraged to make a similar declaration. Donating books, food or clothes to your local community is a great way to celebrate. However, pledging to commit just one act of kindness is no less worthwhile: hold the door open for a stranger, compliment your neighbour on their collection of garden gnomes, let your partner have control of the TV remote for the evening.

However you decide to celebrate remember that the best thing about Kindness Day is that it doesn’t cost a thing!

If your unsure what to do or need an idea for KINDNESS then perhaps help this person out Ryan Nelson Memorial Fund 


Now the Second part, BENT;

November is National Impotency Awareness Month

November is National Impotency Awareness Month. Impotency is defined as the persistent inability to maintain or get an erection. This condition is fairly common. It affects about 10 percent of men. It can occur at any age. Studies have shown it effects 5% of men under age 40. However, men who are over the age of 50 are at the greatest risk for developing erectile dysfunction.

Purpose of National Impotence Awareness Month

Impotence, which is also known as erectile dysfunction, can be an embarrassing condition for a man. The embarrassment that is associated with having this condition can stop a man from getting the treatment that he needs. The purpose of National Impotence Awareness Month is to remove the stigma associated with impotence and encourage men to seek medical help.

Causes of Impotence

Impotence can be caused by a variety of things. The cause can be classified as physical or psychological. Some of the medical conditions that can cause impotence include diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Stress, anxiety and depression are some of the psychological conditions that can cause impotence. Peyronie’s Diseaseis another cause of ED. It is characterized by the formation of hardened tissue (fibrosis) in the penis.


There are a variety of treatments available for erectile dysfunction. One’s age, overall health and the cause of the condition are some of the things that will determine the treatment. If the cause of the condition is psychological, then counseling may be recommended.

There are also medications that can be used to treat impotence. Some of those medications include Cialis, Viagra and Levitra. These medications take anywhere from 15 minutes to 36 hours to work. Eighty percent of men who take these medications will get results. However, these medications can cause side effects.

If medication does not work, then surgery may be recommended. Penile implants can be used to treat the condition. These devices work by pumping blood towards the penis.

And finally the THIRD part ROCKER;


There is a place where the falling angel meets the rising beast, and it is in that place that symphonic metal is conceived, performed, and celebrated in an orgiastic union. Here, the dignity of the symphonic orchestra meets the feral heart of the guitars wail, and humanity in all its humors is exalted on that stage.

It may seem a strange concept to those who haven’t heard it, but there is a style of music that combines the power and energy of heavy metal with the beautiful dance that is the symphony orchestra. That place is symphonic metal and to some, it is a celebration of the most perfect elements of music, brought together and melded. Symphonic Metal Day celebrates this style of music and seeks to bring it to those who have not yet encountered it.

History of Symphonic Metal Day

From it’s earliest days Symphonic Metal has felt the influence of power metal, gothic music, and a style known as the new wave of British heavy metal. The characteristics associated with this style of music include keyboards and guitars, strings and choirs, pipe organs and drums all mixed together. In many cases, the style will be emulated through a keyboard synth rather than a live orchestra when such is not available. The guitar styles present in almost all examples of this work call on all backgrounds of metal, from death metal to gothic, power metal to progressive, all blended together in a beautiful orchestration.

The earliest known example of this style of music is by Celtic Frost in 1987, and who were important influences on many who would come to pioneer this style. Some of the most influential bands in this genre include Nightwish, Haggard, and Edenbridge, but the style has also been adopted on an occasional basis by bands like Metallica. Metallica’s Symphony & Metallica album is likely one of the most well-known among those who are not already avid fans of this music style.

How To Celebrate Symphonic Metal Day

Symphonic Metal Day is best celebrated by filling your day with your favorite symphonic bands, and then expanding beyond that to bands you have not yet heard. Then you can share your enthusiasm with friends and co-workers, introducing them to this wonderful experience and all the power and meaning it entails. Don’t let Symphonic Metal Day go by without celebrating it with your friends, and power your way through the day on your favorite bands!

OK, so now you know and I hope you have a great November 13th.

I promise we will add more medical stuff but KNOWING is HALF the BATTLE! I mean technically we did have some SOFT medical information that will hopefully RISE to the occasion of better fulfilment. I know it was a LIMP idea, but it a way to HARDEN you for the holidays!!!


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