10 ) SNOW! SNOW! DEAR SWEET JESUS IT SNOWED THIS WEEK AND IT WAS A NIGHTMARE! Actually, it was nothing big, but man, you go eight months without it and everyone forgets how to drive in it.
9 ) Home sales in Massachusetts increase, along with home prices. In your face, recession! Or depression. Or whatever the hell our economy’s in.
8 ) Congressional Republicans are considering breaking the “no taxes” pledge they signed in order to address the “fiscal cliff.” Whoa, hey, let’s not throw that purely symbolic pledge based on Republican dogma out the window so fast there. I mean sure, you could actually help people and solve a major problem, but is it worth your honor?
7 ) Ironically named casino mogul Steve Wynn eyeballs a new site in Everett for a casino. Please! Everyone knows that Lynn is the shady, low-rent city of choice for a casino.
6 ) Lt. Gov. Tim Murray drops hints he might run for governor. Hey, we just got out of an election cycle! Slow down! Oh, uh, I mean…no, I mean slow down, leadfoot.
5 ) Larry Hagman dies, but we won’t find out what killed him until next fall.
4 ) Chris Brown deletes his Twitter account following a vulgar exchange with a female comedian. What? Chris Brown treating women badly? I’m shocked…SHOCKED, I say!
3 ) Korean rapper’s Psy’s Gangnam Style video surpasses Justin Bieber’s Baby as the most-watched music video on YouTube. Lesson learned: a song with lyrics you don’t understand can be superior to a song with lyrics that you do understand but suck.
2 ) Angus T. Jones of Two and a Half Men, finds religion and in a YouTube video exhorts people to stop watching his show because it’s “filth.” And God says, the truth shall set you free (of your contract with CBS).
1 ) Lindsay Lohan gets roasted by critics for her portrayal of Elizabeth Taylor in a TV movie. Her reward? Charlie Sheen pays off $100,000 she owes in back taxes.
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