As I've noted before, I really like lists. This time of year is primo for lists, especially since this is the end of a decade- (or is it the start? My graduating class-- Class of 2000 woot! woot!-- had a major debate debate about that a decade ago). The best websites of 2010, the biggest news stories of the decade, the greatest video games of all-time... these are the sort of things that I like to spend my time looking up. In fact, I just stopped writing this post for the last half hour in order to read Top 10 lists for "Biblical Facts Everyone Gets Wrong" and "Great Alternative Christmas Songs", among others.
I'm not sure why I'm programmed this way, but it's one of my very favorite things about the week between Christmas and New Year's. So every time you're flipping through the channels and come across "The Best 100 Songs/Plays/Celebrity Faux Pas" of the past year, just think of me.