Monday, November 12, 2007

Al Gore looms as Time's Person of the Year

From MarketWatch:

After attending Time's discussion of who should be the magazine's Person of the Year, I reached two conclusions:
  1. Al Gore looks like a shoo-in.
  2. Time is blowing a major journalistic and marketing opportunity by bestowing only one award.
The Gore factor
Gore, 59, looms as a timely and popular selection. Through his respected documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth," and his presentations, he has sparked interest in global warming and the environment. He has jump-started America's "green" movement more significantly than any other individual. That alone is noteworthy....MORE

Well, I've still got a chance to beat him to a
Tony and a BET Hip-Hop award.
DJ Funky C. ladies and gentlemen!...five, six, seven, eight.