November 29, 2014 by JImbo
Can anyone name any lasting impact any of these idiots protesting…well…nothing… have had in Ferguson… or anywhere else around the country?
People REALLY think that they were somehow “influential” this year?
So NOTHING more important happened, and NO ONE was more important? (We’ll overlook for that “person” is singular, not plural. Is there even any sort of “leader” to the random bunch of thugs and opportunistic professional protesters involved?)
Let’s go through some runners-up.
Unlawful immigration debate?
Scandals out the rear end?
Elon Musk and his drive to privatize space exploration?
The Pope and his revamp of the Catholic Church? Affecting over a BILLION people?
Vladimir Putin or Xi Jingping? Russia and China surging ahead on the world stage?
The landslide of Republican wins in the elections due in part to Mitch McConnell and GOP leadership?
ISIS, led by Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi?
Ebola and the cluster-chuck that the CDC director Tom Frieden?
Heck, even Taylor Swift would be ahead of Ferguson. Sure she may be an awful singer but she did sell all those records and made all that money SOMEHOW. That’s an impact, even if it’s simply on destroying ear drums and emptying parents’ pockets to the squeals of tween girls everywhere.
Then again, this is TIME magazine we’re talking about… not exactly a “news” source anymore.
More like “TMZ for people who won’t admit they would rather be watching TMZ and think they are more educated than that.”
Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi has fallen to second in TIME’s Person of the Year poll with seven days to go in the voting.
A wave of unrest in Ferguson and around the country focused attention back on the United States this week, lifting Ferguson protestors into first place in the TIME reader polls with 10.7% of the vote. Modi slid into second with 10% of the vote.
Modi, the newly elected Indian prime minister–and leader of the largest democracy in the world–has raised high hopes among Indians that he can invigorate the country’s economy and cut bureaucratic red tape that has slowed development in India.
A grand jury’s decision in Ferguson on Monday not to indict a police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man has caused an outcry across the United States, as thousands of protesters marched in solidarity with the family of victim Michael Brown. Demonstrations…
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