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OK. Utah lost. So, what’s the good news this week?

Lindsay Larkin: I closed on a condo and I’m painting it pink, because I do what I want … even if it’s not my birthday. Don’t judge.

Justin Healy: The good news is that people have been breaking out the Christmas candy already. I love it. Oh, and my mom has sought help for her Guitar Hero addiction. One day at a time, mom.

Kathy Mueller: The holiday party season officially begins … like it’s 1999.

Holly Mullen: I just read that Orrin Hatch told a group of college students that Mitt Romney is Hillary Clinton’s “greatest fear.” Having Orrin in your camp nationally could be the kiss of death … therefore, if it comes down to these two, I’ve no doubt Hills will kick Mitt’s righteous butt.

Faith Burnham: I survived Thanksgiving, managed to avoid shopping on Black Friday and I haven’t tripped up the stairs to our office a single time this week!

Andrea Moore: The Packers are kicking butt and the Eagles, even though they lost, showed that a team can hang with the Patriots. Yeah, I’m not into college football. Go, Brett!

Nick Clark: My little girl learned how to say, “Collie sucks.” It sounds so much cuter coming from the mouth of a baby.

Melisa Hemond: Well, from my father’s point of view, he got to dress up my husband and baby in BYU attire and take their picture in front of his BYU flag hanging in front of his house. He has been gleaming ever since!

Bill Frost: You can still buy rubber penises in Sugar House.

Emily Prachthauser: It’s cold and dark and my chronic pessimism has come back. Oh, the good news? I haven’t the foggiest.

Derek Carlisle: The good news is that I don’t live in Provo, I’m not a Y fan and I drink coffee whenever I feel like it. The way I see it, all Ute fans won this one!

Jesse James Burnitt: Jesse James is back in the office! What more could you want?

Larry Carter: Nothing good. Gas prices are up, retail prices are up. But I did save myself a ton of money by switching to Allstate insurance.

Scott Renshaw: Israeli/Palestinian peace talks? Trent Lott deciding not to run for re-election? Some precipitation finally falling? Joy is everywhere if you know where to look.

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