Sorry for the delay, folks. Life kind of got in the way. Like it does.
10 ) Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder, passes away. Sadly, the tech world does not have anything as bad-ass as the Patriot Guard Riders to safeguard the funeral. A bunch of nerds on Segues just isn’t that imposing, even if they are shouting at the protesters in fluent Klingon.
9 ) The State Senate plugs away its version of the casino gaming bill, and the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe counts the days until it can screw up a sure thing on a much grander scale.
8 ) Chris Christie says, again, he is not running for the Presidency days before Sarah Palin also declares she’s not running. Everyone else in the race breathes a deep sigh of relief before the get back to their busy agenda of failing to impress Republican voters.
7 ) Elizabeth Warren gives US Senator Scott Brown a run for his money in early polls. Those same polls show a lot of voters actually know nothing about her. People, if you’re wondering what democracy
6 ) Herman Cain taps into Florida voters’ senility and scores a straw poll win over Rick Perry and Mitt Romney. Wait, Herman Cain the crazy guy? What the?!
5 ) Leary Family Amusements is up for sale, and is expected to be replaced with offices or retail space. Sad news for this former arcade rat.
4 ) Starbucks suffers another customer relations black eye when a customer finds the word “bitch” scrawled on her Frappuccino cup, which follows a (now former) employee’s YouTube rant. So let me get this straight: Starbucks has awesome coffee AND open contempt for obnoxious customers? How much more can I love this place?
3 ) An Irish farmer kicks Rihanna off his property, where the pop star was shooting a music video, due to the singer’s skimpy bikini. Man, I want an Irish farm.
2 ) Members of the Boston Bruins get misspelled tattoos to commemorate their Stanley Cup victory. Misspellings aside, what were they thinking? Now the Stanley Cup is sure to break up with them!
1 ) The Red Sox choke in a way only the Red Sox can.
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