Thread: 2010...Are you glad it's (almost) over?

    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    Quote by RetroxBunny
    5)People will prepare themselves and start building spaceships for the upcoming 2012 phenomenon.


    that's right, peeps! be prepared for the zombie apocalypse! get your sawwed off shotguns and chainsaws!
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    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    2009 was probably one of the worst years of my life, so 2010 was a step up. I still hate the current state of popular culture, though.
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    2010 was a lot better for me than 2009...so my hope is that 2011 will at least be just as good.
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    Yes!

    2010 sucked and everything will be sunny in 2011!
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    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    IT was a some what a good Year for me. But never get my billion dollars yet.
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    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    Predictions?

    My bet is that 2011 will mark the first time that techno goes mainstream in the U.S.

    Just look at all of the hip-hop/techno hybrids with autotune and digital remixing in the past couple years.

    Haha even the Jersey Shore soundtrack has Basshunter and DeadMau5
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    I agree with Echidna64... My jaw literally hit the floor when i heard basshunter on the jersey shore .
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    Yes. 2011 had better improve. Aside from all the deaths this past year, celebrities and family members, the natural disasters (our cousins couldn't work on the oil rigs for a while because of the spill), jobs/money has been the number one burden. My current job ends in 4 days and I don't even know if I can qualify for benefits in the meantime.

    I mean, a few close friends and I married our partners this year, we got to travel for our honeymoon, so I will never be sour on 2010 (any year is better than 2006), but things have got to change for the better soon or we'll be up a creek.
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    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    Yes fuck it.
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    "Another day another dollar, long stroke the hooker til you here her holler."

    My grandmother always had a way with words.
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    I didn't see as many celebrity deaths in 2010 as in 2009, but 2010 did seem to exceed in almost everything else in the "bad category" (especially natural disasters).
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    2010 had a lot of crap going on for me. It was around that year when my mom developed schizophrenia, and everything started going downhill since.

    This really makes me look forward to 2011 since that's when I'm going to move out of my home and get away from all that. However, that won't come until the summer, so 2011 will be half-good and half-bad for me if this continues from my current household. Hey, at least there's something to look forward to there.
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    Quote by blueluigi
    2010 had a lot of crap going on for me. It was around that year when my mom developed schizophrenia, and everything started going downhill since.

    This really makes me look forward to 2011 since that's when I'm going to move out of my home and get away from all that. However, that won't come until the summer, so 2011 will be half-good and half-bad for me if this continues from my current household. Hey, at least there's something to look forward to there.


    Well...be careful.

    Even though you moved out of your parents house...they'll still need you to do shit!

    Trust me on that one!
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    2011 is going to be a great year for video games.
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    I'm going to Egypt in July,been planning that trip forever. So bring in the New Year!
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    2011 is the year to prepare for the 2012 Presidential Elections. God help me...
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    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    Lousy year for me too, but for the most part I did have some good times like working for TV Studio Class, moved to a better house, brought a new TV and seen some good movies. Other than that, it's still not that great. Too many crap from Elections and other garbage. Hope for 2011 to be great year.
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    For some reason i've always hated new years eve. To me the first of January of the new year is just another day. It doesn't mean anything will improve or get worse just by the date. It's all a matter of either good luck/bad luck or how you go about trying to make the year better or worse for yourself. I guess i'm a bitter old hag LOL i'm just not into watching the ball drop and dancing around and singing songs because it's a new year and "I'm going to lose weight! I'm going to get a better job! i'm going to be nicer!" somehow it all looks different when you wake up the next day Normally by February reality hits and things go back to normal.

    That being said, I DO think we will lose Michael Douglas (not exactly rocket science on that one), Betty White and a slew of others this year. I wonder if it will be the year we lose Mickey Rooney?
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    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    Is it me or is 2012 a bigger year awaited? I also will say let 2011 be here already.
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    • 9 years 6 months ago
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    If 2011 is to 2010 as 2010 was to 2009 for me, then definitely. For me, like bassman21, 2010 was MUCH better than 2009.
    "Three o'clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do."
    Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea (1938 ) "Vendredi"
    French author & existentialist philosopher (1905 - 1980)


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