My definition of "bringing closure" is entirely different. I consider it to be finishing a topic so that it never need be discussed or rehashed again. And so I present to you...
1. Wal-Mart. They are the scourge of civilized business, end of conversation.
2. The ridiculous cardboard recycling requirements in Forsyth County.
3. Hitz 94.1. Because they're gone.
4. Premature holiday decorations. I feel I've made my position clear.
5. Tim Clodfelter's alter-ego. The picture is awful, period.
6. The Dinner Belle's fixation with a certain lettuce. She seems to have dropped it. Yay! Her reviews have actually been much better recently, save that the majority seem to be of eateries in Greensboro. Come back to Forsyth, DB!
7. Pottery Barn. Just Say No.
8. My Very Important Customer card. I think I've pretty much covered all the angles.
And now a topic upon which I have never before commented, but I'm going to throw down my two cents now and then never say anything again...
9. ATTN: News Outlets: I don't actually need to see pictures of Saddam Hussein with a noose on his neck. I don't need to see his dead body in a shroud. I don't need coverage of how his body looked as it fell. This is sensationalism at its worst, and I'm seeing it from almost every news source. Guess what? It's backfiring. I'm actually turned off reading news websites and hard print, because click a link or turn a page and LOOK IT'S SADDAM HUSSEIN DYING! LOOK AT HIS FACE! LOOK! LOOK! There is absolutely no news or editorial value to the pictures and information you are currently disseminating, just titillation value.