10 ) Eleven years since 9/11 and finally the government agrees to cover cancer treatments for first responders. Amazing what an election year can do for politicians’ motivation.
9 ) Someone tied to hacktivist group Anonymous takes down web hosting site GoDaddy, along with millions of websites that use the service. under the pretense of testing the service’s security. I think a well-written e-mail would have worked as well, and cheesed off far fewer small businesses in the process.
8 ) A New York pizza shop owner bear-hugs Barack Obama during a campaign stop, then catches hell from the right via Yelp as people who never visited his shop post negative reviews. But really, the Republicans support small businesses.
7 ) NBC chooses to skip coverage of the 9/11 moment of silence to interview Kris Jenner. Sure, their priorities are juuuuuust fine.
6 ) Christopher Sheldon pulls off a last-minute surprise victory over Adam Chaprales. C’mon, last-minute surprise victory for anyone other than Oliver Cipollini…
5 ) An anti-medical marijuana/Question Three group has its pending domain name hijacked. Go to http://votenoonquestion3.org/ and see the hilarious results.
4 ) Topless photos of Kate Middleton surface. London is outraged and citizens take the streets to chant “Well, I never!” at a reasonable volume for the time of day.
3 ) American Idol Jr. — I mean, The X-Factor debuts with new judges Britney “I went crazy but I’m better now” Spears and Demi “in rehab before 21″ Lovato as judges. Apparently, living cautionary tales are part of the show now.
2 ) Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively marry, perhaps only to prove that SOMETHING good came out of Green Lantern.
1 ) Actress Amanda Bynes pulls a Lohan and gets busted for smoking pot while driving. Do you think she supports Question Three?
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