2010 was quite a year from where I sat. During the last 12 months, I satiated myself with a number of editorial nuggets. I discovered the incredible Sedthee Thai Eatery, vented about the city's anemic branding process, scorned IHOP for its gargantuan breakfasts, scoffed at Glendale Water & Power and sought to help others by shedding a light upon issues that have had a personal affect on my own life.
I consider it a great privilege to share my opinions and viewpoints with readers every week. Hopefully, there was something for everyone to agree or disagree with over the course of the year. Open debate is one of the healthiest aspects of a free society and it is with that intention that I write.
As far as the resolutions I made at the beginning of this year, I had some failures and successes. I did not use fewer adverbs in my writing, even though I really and truly tried. I also did not refrain from regularly complaining about texting drivers, although I cannot take full responsibility for that. It is the fault of those who continue to do it and thus perpetuate my ranting.