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Published: Sunday, Jan. 3 2010 12:00 a.m. MST

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Um

Where's the rest of the article?

Rick

>> Where's the rest of the article?

They are still writing it. For that you'll have to wait until 2020. ;-)

SO Glad

This decade is over. Worst 10 years of my life.

Anonymous

It's a series of short articles you get through the "related content" box next to it. People to watch, smart cars, smart roads, a mecca for innovation, etc.

Still one more year

Google it. The New Decade starts Jan 1 2011. Sheesh! (But this won't get printed because it points out a fact you didn't address :)

RE: Still one more year

My decade started on January 1, 2010. So I guess I'm into the future already while you, dear friend, must be in horrible pain knowing that you won't enter a new decade for another 12 months!!

Don't worry, I'll write from time to time and let you know how it's going!

Zadruga Guy

The second decade of the 21st century does not begin for another year. But I am okay with saying that we have just begun the second decade of years beginning with the digit "2".

RE still one more year

and the last century didn't end until 2001. Keep holding on to that out-dated, but correct concept. The rest of the world has accepted that the 80s were the 80s the 90s were the 90s and 00s ended about 4 days ago. Welcome to the new decade - even though you are technically correct, no one else cares.

no bcs

NO MORE BCS!!!!!

michaelm

I always love all these pointless predictions from every media outlet. No one is ever held to task for all the things they are wrong about. And then they turn around and blame the masses for having such ideas which they created and pushed to begin with.

Where will UT be in 2020? More crime, more unrest, more religious tension, more hate, more taxes, fewer freedoms, more people complaining but doing nothing to fix things, more wars, more debt, more political greed and dishonesty, in short more of the same.

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