Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Every year since 1927, TIME magazine has singled out one newsmaker as its Person of the Year — the headline-grabber who most captured the world’s attention and influenced people, for better or for worse, over the previous 12 months.
The title has been bestowed upon adventurers (Charles Lindbergh), heroes (MLK), villains (Hitler), royals (Queen Elizabeth II), U.S. presidents (every one since FDR except Ford), and Internet mavericks (Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg). Now the pick has been made for 2011. (It appears at the end of this gallery.) Here, see the history of Person of the Year: all 85 picks. 

1 comment:

Ol'Buzzard said...

Damn, they missed me again this year.
the Ol'Buzzard