Sunday, December 17, 2006

Time Magazine's Person of the Year


That's right, YOU

"Who me?"
"Yes, you."
"Couldn't be."
"Then, who?"

That's some nice brainstorming, Time. This is almost as lame as the time they picked the founder of Amazon. How can the magazine go from the heights of picking Bono (only mild sarcasm) to this nonsense?

On the bright side, congratulations everyone! YOU are Time Magazine's Person of the Year! Unless YOU don't use a computer, which doesn't really tie into the article's thesis. Wait, how does this work again?

1 comment:

b said...

i guess they assume that the only people who read time use computers, therefore the "you" is applicable only to them?

i don't know. i think it fits with the entire year. quite dull and uninspiring overall, as though it couldn't live up to 2005 or something.