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Who should be TIME's person of the year? If you vote, who will you vote for? I'm voting for Nigel Farage.
Mark2111 Avatar
3m, 3d agoPosted 3 months, 3 days ago
Who should be TIME's person of the year?

If you vote, who will you vote for?

I'm voting for Nigel Farage.
Mark2111 Avatar
3m, 3d agoPosted 3 months, 3 days ago
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2 Likes #2
Bear in mind that although you can vote, it's only advisory and the ultimate decision will be made by those in power.


X)

And it's Trump. Obviously.
6 Likes #3
Kanye, for his contribution to the world in general.
#4
stuarthanley
Kanye, for his contribution to the world whilst in General Hospital, Psyche ward.


Corrected.
4 Likes #5
The person using the remote control to animate the Hilary Clinton cyborg that ran for president.
Hilary almost seemed human!



Edited By: Agharta on Nov 23, 2016 18:14: human
6 Likes #6
Deeky for VIP.
#8
What an honour to share the front cover with such greats as adolf hitler
1 Like #9
Del Boy.

http://i2.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article6478754.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/Only-Fools-And-Horses.jpg
3 Likes #10
Error440
What an honour to share the front cover with such greats as adolf hitler
There's a strong possibility that Trump would consider it an honour.
1 Like #11
Putin or Assad have achieved so much.
#12
DarkEnergy2012
RonChew
There's a strong possibility that Trump would consider it an honour like Merkel did last year.
:p
That made me check previous 'winners' which included a few popes, just about every US president since 1927, the Queen, Winston Churchill, Putin, Mark Zuckenberg, Uncle Tom Cobley and all. A preponderance of US nobodies mainly though.

Edited By: RonChew on Nov 23, 2016 20:16
1 Like #13
Me.

Ask my grand-daughter. 8)
#14
RonChew
That made me check previous 'winners' which included a few popes, just about every US president since 1927, the Queen, Winston Churchill, Putin, Mark Zuckenberg, Uncle Tom Cobley and all. A preponderance of US nobodies mainly though.

Except 2006. Everybody knows that person.
1 Like #15
RonChew
DarkEnergy2012
RonChew
There's a strong possibility that Trump would consider it an honour like Merkel did last year.
:p
That made me check previous 'winners' which included a few popes, just about every US president since 1927, the Queen, Winston Churchill, Putin, Mark Zuckenberg, Uncle Tom Cobley and all. A preponderance of US nobodies mainly though.
caitlyn jenner wuz robbed last year!
(yeah.. not at gun point etc)

Edited By: brilly on Nov 23, 2016 20:21
4 Likes #16
The greatest humanitarian of this century....

https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/800981264069263360/L99fjIVa_400x400.jpg
1 Like #17
sowotsdis
The greatest humanitarian of this century....https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/800981264069263360/L99fjIVa_400x400.jpg


Santa?




;)
1 Like #18
sowotsdis
The greatest humanitarian of this century....https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/800981264069263360/L99fjIVa_400x400.jpg
Mark2111
Santa?;)

...or an anagram of that.
4 Likes #19
James Harrison is the kindest person in the world, also known as the "Man with the golden arm", a blood plasma donor from Australia. His over 1000 donations throughout his lifetime have saved over two million unborn babies from Rhesus disease.
At the age of 14, he underwent major chest surgery, requiring 13 litres of blood.
After surgery, he was in the hospital for three months. Realizing the blood had saved his life, he made a pledge to start donating blood as soon as he turned 18, the then-required age.

Harrison started donating in 1954 and after the first few donations it was discovered that his blood contained unusually strong and persistent antibodies against the D Rh group antigen. The discovery of these antibodies led to the development of immune globulin based products to prevent hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN). These products, which contain a high level of anti-D antibodies are given to Rh(D) negative mothers of unknown or Rh(D) positive babies during and after pregnancy to prevent the creation of antibodies to the blood of a Rh(D) positive child. This antigen sensitization and subsequent incompatibility phenomenon causes Rhesus disease, the most common form of HDN.

Through the donations of his plasma, Harrison has helped prevent thousands of children from dying of HDN. This uniqueness was considered so important, that his life was insured for one million dollars after this discovery and the following research based on his donations created the commercial Anti-D immune globulin commonly known as RhoGAM. His blood plasma derivatives have since been given as treatment to one in ten pregnant women whose blood could potentially become incompatible with that of their children.
2 Likes #20
davewave
James Harrison is the kindest person in the world, also known as the "Man with the golden arm", a blood plasma donor from Australia. His over 1000 donations throughout his lifetime have saved over two million unborn babies from Rhesus disease.
At the age of 14, he underwent major chest surgery, requiring 13 litres of blood.
After surgery, he was in the hospital for three months. Realizing the blood had saved his life, he made a pledge to start donating blood as soon as he turned 18, the then-required age.
Harrison started donating in 1954 and after the first few donations it was discovered that his blood contained unusually strong and persistent antibodies against the D Rh group antigen. The discovery of these antibodies led to the development of immune globulin based products to prevent hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN). These products, which contain a high level of anti-D antibodies are given to Rh(D) negative mothers of unknown or Rh(D) positive babies during and after pregnancy to prevent the creation of antibodies to the blood of a Rh(D) positive child. This antigen sensitization and subsequent incompatibility phenomenon causes Rhesus disease, the most common form of HDN.
Through the donations of his plasma, Harrison has helped prevent thousands of children from dying of HDN. This uniqueness was considered so important, that his life was insured for one million dollars after this discovery and the following research based on his donations created the commercial Anti-D immune globulin commonly known as RhoGAM. His blood plasma derivatives have since been given as treatment to one in ten pregnant women whose blood could potentially become incompatible with that of their children.


What a bloody good chap!
1 Like #21
If it had been MAN OF THE YEAR, I would have voted Nicola Sturgeon.
#22
Graham1979
If it had been MAN OF THE YEAR, I would have voted Nicola Sturgeon.


​or her conservative foe.
4 Likes #23
Hi :)
4 Likes #24
deeky
Hi :)
http://media4.giphy.com/media/iiS84hOJXh1Pq/200.gif
#25
shadey12
Graham1979
If it had been MAN OF THE YEAR, I would have voted Nicola Sturgeon.
​or her conservative foe.

Butch man of the year ha ha
#26
Trump won. Fitting and sums up where we are in 2016

http://cdn.collider.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/president-camacho.jpg
#27
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Trump won. Fitting and sums up where we are in 2016http://cdn.collider.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/president-camacho.jpg
It could have been worse. They could have given it to Hitler again.
#28
RonChew
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
Trump won. Fitting and sums up where we are in 2016http://cdn.collider.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/president-camacho.jpg
It could have been worse. They could have given it to Hitler again.

I said earlier that Trump was the obvious choice, but I think Putin could become the most important figure of this period when we look back in years to come. Brexit, Trump, the EU....he's the winner from all those scenarios.

On the other hand Trump's win is the biggest sign yet that those who value expertise, intelligence, progressiveness and a bolder future are losing the culture war and we as a race are moving in the wrong direction.
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https://s3.amazonaws.com/wp-ag/wp-content/uploads/sites/72/2016/01/Trump_hello.gif
2 Likes #30
Obvious choice for most people, but the news has still come as a shock to others in the U.S.




http://i.imgur.com/AHrKExQ.gif
#31
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/798351849984294912/okhePpJW_400x400.jpg
4 Likes #32
Dat M placement

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CzFD5n2WQAA94b3.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CzFD8l6W8AAOwBj.jpg
#33
jaybizzle
Dat M placementhttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/CzFD5n2WQAA94b3.jpghttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/CzFD8l6W8AAOwBj.jpg

Cute little bunny ears :3
#34
Snakeyes646
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/798351849984294912/okhePpJW_400x400.jpg

Nah, defend one of the two belts, preferably to Nurmy, then we'll talk :D

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