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  • Atypical
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    It pretty much had to be this choice, but I think it’s a great one. There was a shortlist of contenders as well. Here’s the cover photo:

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    DS0816
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    It should have been NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

    And the people at Time know this. The publication hasn’t been relevant in so many years. 

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    babypook
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    It should have been NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

    And the people at Time know this. The publication hasn’t been relevant in so many years. 

     

    My tongue is bleeding, but I’m with you here.

    For what it’s worth, I like this Pope. He’s an excellent politician and so far, he has said very little that I personally disagree with. Fingers crossed.

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    Well, Barbara Walters just chose Hillary for the 3rd time breaking a tie with Petraeus. Supposedly she wanted to go with Snowden but ABC wouldn’t let her.

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    TIME Regrets Naming Pope Francis ‘Person Of The Year’ After Beyoncé Drops Surprise Album
    The Huffington Post UK
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    By Andrea Mann |

    Posted: 13/12/2013 10:12 GMT

    Staff at TIME have been left fuming after Beyoncé released a
    surprise album just days after the magazine chose the Pope as their
    Person Of The Year.

    “I told them we should wait a few weeks for any late entries,” one
    unnamed staffer told HuffPost UK Comedy. “But they wouldn’t listen. Now
    look what’s happened.”

    “Beyoncé unexpectedly dropping a new album is a complete
    game-changer,” said another. “There’s nothing Pope Francis could have
    done to beat this… except for releasing an album. And even then, he’d
    have to better 14 new songs and 17 videos.”

    Beyoncé is now expected to be a last-minute entry on at least 500
    end-of-year lists, including 2013’s Best Albums and 2013’s Most
    Overrated Albums.

    The Pope: chosen too quickly?

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