10 ) President Obama gets four more years! Look at it this way, Romney supporters: if he’d won, in two weeks he’d just be trashing Americans as part of his newly launched campaign to become prime minister of Canada.
9 ) Winter Storm Athena hits the northeast. If we’re going for a god motif with storm names now, I personally cannot wait for Winter Storms Cthulhu, Tiamat, and Quetzalcoatl.
8 ) Elizabeth Warren becomes the state’s first-ever female US Senator, and it saddens me I actually had to write that sentence.
7 ) Mary Pat Flynn and Sheila Lyons are returned to the Barnstable County Board of County Commissioners, winning five towns and nine towns respectively. Couple that with wins by Julia Taylor and Suzanne McAuliffe for the Assembly of Delegates and, well, for their detractors this equals one Very Ouchie Win.
6 ) Disney buys LucasFilm and plans a new Star Wars trilogy. This one will use a lot of animatronic characters,thus guaranteeing they will emote more convincingly than Hayden Christensen.
5 ) Skyfall, the new James Bond film, opens to rave reviews. I don’t know, I don’t think anything can beat Bond skydiving with the queen, but we’ll see.
4 ) Rumors that Diane Sawyer was drunk during ABC’s election coverage swirl. Hey, if I’d been covering the presidential election all year, I’d want to get hammered too.
3 ) Donald Trump freaks out over Twitter after Obama’s win, calling the electoral process “a travesty.” Freaks out? I meant to say pulling hair off.
2 ) Mark Wahlberg agrees to star in Transformers 4, figuring that after The Happening, if he’s going to do a crap movie he might as well make a ton of money for it.
1 ) Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart remain elusive about their relationship status as they promote the last Twilight film. I wish the movie would be as elusive.
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