Let’s face it: new year’s resolutions are a crock of bull. It’s a way for us to feel better about all the garbage we ate in between Thanksgiving and Christmas for a month or two, until we forget that we’re trying to be good human beings and go back to our life of Halo and Funyuns.

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It’s the last day of the year, and you know what that means: all of your town’s party planners are pulling out all the stops to throw the biggest shindig of the year. But there’s nothing worse than ending up at a New Year’s Eve party run by some half-ass with a jug of Polish vodka and a can of frozen orange juice…

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It was a rough year – the banks crashed, our heroes fell and obnoxious jerks were all over the TV. If you want to relive the horror, I present to you 2009: The Game. Control your hapless avatar with the mouse and try to collect enough money to survive while avoiding the scumbags of the year…

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He’s been leading a one-man crusade against video games for the last ten years, filing epic lawsuits against some of the biggest names in the industry charging them with the moral corruption of sensitive American youth.

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The 00s: full of stupid crap. But sometimes, when stupid crap happens, it happens for a reason. Thousands of people tried to get the brass ring of fame during the past decade, and not all of them made it. But the publicity stunts they tried to get there became legendary.

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It’s almost the last link dump of the decade, and now would be a good time to sit back and reflect on what we’ve learned, so let’s go: Electroclash was dumb and gay, don’t jerk off with a rope around your neck, girls can’t be Vice President.That’s about it for me. Maybe you can learn something else by…

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So the news broke today that Kim Kardashian gets paid up to $10,000 a Tweet by ad agency Ad.ly – whenever the sex tape star types, say, @Reebok, the shoe company coughs up some bucks. Kardashian’s 2 million followers are probably irresistible for marketers…

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It was a rough ten years for clothing, as we grew out of the disaffected flannel of the grunge era into a sloppy stew of nostalgic influences from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. With a generation growing up on MTV whorishness, hemlines rose and skin was in – not always to good effect.

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We’re not arguing that the fairer sex needs to be coddled, but today’s trainwreck runs through the ladies like they were toilet paper.

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