And now the end is here, as Frank Sinatra might have said before his end actually was there and he died. As we coast toward the close of the debauched year that was 2010, we've got less than a week left to get our party on before facing the unpleasant final curtain of our New Years' resolutions, when we get our life together and face a future of healthy, wholesome boredom. Here's what we have to look forward to.
According to usa.gov, these are some popular promises to ourselves we will break in the first weeks of 2011:
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