Decomposition Competition With Dan Deacon Dan Deacon's recent music video, "Sat By A Tree", features comedian Aparna Nancherla's body decaying. Deacon plays a game where he guesses how long it takes various things to decay or decompose.
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Decomposition Competition With Dan Deacon

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Decomposition Competition With Dan Deacon

Decomposition Competition With Dan Deacon

Decomposition Competition With Dan Deacon

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Dan Deacon plays a game with Ophira Eisenberg on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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The music video for Dan Deacon's recent single, "Sat By A Tree", features comedian Aparna Nancherla's body decaying into the Earth. In honor of that video, Deacon plays a game where he guesses how long it takes various things to decay or decompose.

Heard on Dan Deacon: Deacon-structing Dan.