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What's In for '05 

by Inlander Staff

In Politics:

Out from 2004 : Bush Administration jokes. In for 2005: Iraqi Interim Government Jokes

Out from 2004: War is peace. In for 2005: Ignorance is Bliss

Out from 2004: Rummy. In for 2005: Rummy.

Out from 2004: Colin Powell. In for 2005: Condi Rice

Out from 2004: Protesting. In for 2005: Volunteering.

Out from 2004: Seeing democrats in the minority. In for 2005: Seeing Democrats in a Museum.

Out from 2004: Tom Brokaw and Dan Rather. In for 2005: Renegade Bloggers.

Out from 2004: Oil for food. In for 2005: Blood for oil.

Out from 2004: U.N. Peacekeeping forces. In for 2005: Team America (F*** yeah!)

Out from 2004: Florida. In for 2005: Ohio.

Out from 2004: Wondering who will be governor. In for 2005: Wondering if we need a governor.

Out from 2004: War in Iraq. In for 2005: War in (blank)

Out from 2004: Kerry in '04. In for 2005: Oprah in '08.

Out from 2004: Watching CNN. In for 2005: Watching the Cartoon Network

Out from 2004: Complaining about the River Park Square garage. In for 2005: Complaining about rising cable TV rates.

In Culture:

Out from 2004: Blame-and-complain. In for 2005: Bootstrap-Pulling.

Out from 2004: South Hill living. In for 2005: Downtown living.

Out from 2004: Big SUVs. In for 2005: Big bicycle baskets

Out from 2004: Commerical radio. In for 2005: Satellite or Thin Air Radio.

Out from 2004: Indecency. In for 2005: Self-righteousness

Out from 2004: Teletubbies. In for 2005: Boobahs

Out from 2004: compact discs. In for 2005: iPods.

Out from 2004: independent thought. In for 2005: Groupthink

Out from 2004: The Atkins Plan. In for 2005: Smaller portions

Out from 2004: The Apprentice. In for 2005: Lost

Out from 2004: NHL fights. In for 2005: NBA Brawls

Out from 2004: The Yankees. In for 2005: The Red Sox

Out from 2004: "Happy holidays!" In for 2005: "Happy Birthday, Jesus!"

Out from 2004: Book reading groups. In for 2005: Stitch 'n' Bitch

Out from 2004: Cosmo magazine. In for 2005: Bust magazine

Out from 2004: Justin Timberlake. In for 2005: John Heder (Napoleon Dynamite)

Publication date: 12/30/04

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