From the email bag Jodee sends me this message:
You DA MAN! Time magazine has an article asking former Men of the Year who they think should be this year's Man of the Year. ("Patrick! Patrick! He's our man! If he can't do it ...!")
JAMES LOVELL 1968 One of three Apollo 8 astronauts, pioneers on the epic quest for the moon - "I suggest special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald. In this age of cover-ups, political intrigue, corporate greed and not knowing whom to believe, it is refreshing to see a person who searches for and uncovers misdeeds, unencumbered by any partisanship."
Many thanks Jimbo, but I didn't make the list for voting, darn!
Who Should Be Person of the Year? TIME's Person of the Year is the person or persons who most affected the news and our lives, for good or for ill, and embodied what was important about the year. Who do you think fits the bill this year?
Pope Benedict XVI
Bill and Melinda Gates
The Google Guys
George W. Bush
It is hard to compete with an iPod pusher, Condi "Ferragamo" Rice and two bicyclists from Texas.