If you were writing a “Top 10” list of 2009, or predicting one for 2010, what would be the topic? 

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If you were writing a “Top 10” list of 2009, or predicting one for 2010, what would be the topic?

Nick Clark: Top 10 City Weekly Top 10 Lists.

Jesse Fruhwirth: The Top 10 most gerrymandered legislative districts in Utah that will—hopefully—become less rediculous after redistricting next year.

Paula Saltas: Top 10 times I’ve changed City Weekly offices and job titles.

Bryan Bale: A Top 10 of bonuses given to financial executives whose corporations failed and/or received federal bailout money. It feels good to know that some people are so well-rewarded for serious lapses in judgment.

Derek Carlisle: Top 10 ways President Obama, surprisingly, keeps his word of Change in 2010.

Lindsay Fenton: Top 10 most unattractive women who slept with Tiger Woods. Subject to change as new candidates are announced.

Pete Saltas: Top 10 things to do with a book written (2009) or going to be written (2010) by Glenn Beck and/or Sarah Palin, other than actually reading them.

Susan Kruithof: Top 10 crazy-ass diets I’ve been on this year. I just loved giving myself a shot in the bum for a month.

Jerre Wroble: I’m predicting the Top 10 National Parks into which I’ll disappear in 2010. It follows my “Top 10 Ways to Forget to Have a Life in 2009.”

Lia Pretorius: Top 10 Staff Box answers.

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