This fast-paced video captures the essense of the 84 year Person of the Year tradition in just 90 seconds.
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Well, it's that time of year again when Time magazine picks their Person of the Year, the person who had the greatest impact on the world—for good or for evil.
It’s a tradition that’s gone on 84 years. Past winners have included Charles Lindbergh in 1927 and Adolf Hitler in 1938.
But this year’s winner is neither a man nor a woman, a child or even an alien--legal or illegal. That's because the Time Magazine Person of the Year for 2011 is...The Protester! No, that's not prospector, it's Protester, as in Tea Partiers, Occupiers, and radical Muslim Brotherhood leaders who incited Social Networking surrogates to overthrow several Middle Eastern nations this year alone.
But not all people agree on the decision, including Time Magazine readers who when polled picked Steve Jobs.
And who was the runner up? There's always a runner-up. This year it was Admiral William McRaven who lead SEAL Team 6 in the killing of a man purported to be Osama bin Laden, whose body by the way was never produced but fed to sharks instead, but that's a different story.
Honorable and dishonorable mentions went to Casey Anthony, Herman Cain, and Kim Kardashian.
So, remember where you heard it first: On CleanTV with the early report on the winner of the Time Magazine Person of the Year: You, the Protester.
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Publicists for 25 years, specializing in booking experts, authors, and CEOs on radio and television talk shows. Also a television division: CleanTV, featuring family-friendly programming.