TIME Person of the Year Angela Merkel is Times Person of the Year for 2015. The first woman so honored since 1986. Runners up include: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Donald Trump, Black Lives Matter, and Caitlyn Jenner Member reactions:
She';s a German version of the Iron Lady Thatcher, probably even more iron in her . Cool chop
Thanks Steve. And thanks Newsy. Growing up on the East side of the wall could have a lot to do with her toughness
Freaky tweaky perkie Merkie hahahaah good job, Champ
Time magazine will announce its "Person of the Year" on December 10, and will feature him/her in the magazine's December issue. However, earlier this week, one of the Time employees already spilled the beans and leaked the December's issue magazine cover which we feature in the themepost. Should we really believe Time has chosen Vladimir Putin or is it just a clever photoshop hoax? If this cover is authentic, it will be the second time the magazine has honored Putin (first time being 2007). After the annexation of Crimea, Putin does not stop Russia's involvement in the civil war in Ukraine, even at the cost of his country being hit by the Western sanctions. That's a classic case when a man's ego is put in front of the nation's interests. And the Time's honorary award will only boost his ego.
While we wait till December 10 to know for sure, choose your own (worthy or unworthy) person and Photoshop him/her on the TIME magazine cover as 2014 Person of the Year. Real or fictional celebrities (from movies, cartoons, paintings) are all welcome.
Time magazine has named Pope Francis "Person of the Year", saying the Catholic Church leader has dramatically changed the perception of the 2000 year old institution in a very short time. This honor puts Pope Francis in the company of U.S. President Barack Obama, Pope John Paul II and Russian President Vladimir Putin, among other prominent world figures Time magazine has picked in past years.
Choose your own (worthy or unworthy) person and Photoshop him/her on the TIME magazine cover as 2013 Person of the Year. Real or fictional celebrities (from movies, cartoons, paintings) are all welcome.
The editors of Time magazine will officially name the magazine's "Person of the Year" on December 19 on the Today show. However, before the magazine's pick is announced, Time ran a poll among its readers and found that the majority (over 5 million voters) chose Kim Jong Un as "Person of the Year". While the readers' choice is not an official magazine's pick, it does speak volumes when they pick a dictator who did not make a public appearance till 2010, and hardly has any accomplishments under his belt except "inheriting" the country from his father, and trying hard to rule like him. The poll was conducted online, so anyone in the world with an internet access could cast their vote. One thing is for sure - over 5 million of Time readers think that "dictators are cool". Perhaps it's "time" for the magazine to rethink why their content attracts such audience.
Choose your own (worthy or unworthy) person and Photoshop him/her on the TIME magazine cover as 2012 Person of the Year. Real or fictional celebrities (from movies, cartoons, paintings) are all welcome.
March 8 at 2am the USA and Canada sprung forward by an hour and stepped into Daylight Saving Time. The EU and Russia will begin Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, March 29. Although it's not exactly time travel, adjusting the clocks by an hour forward does have a direct effect on people - they lose an hour of sleep and feel grouchy all day.
Photoshop time travel of Hollywood actors by putting the actors from the older movies into more recent movies, OR putting the actors from the recent movies into old movies. TV shows are acceptable too. Some examples are: making Steve McQueen act in "Harry Potter", or making Brad Pitt act in "Some Like it Hot", etc. Either movie stills or movie posters are acceptable.
Boxofficemojo has published the toplist of
time travel movies based on their gross ticket receipts. Surprisingly no movies could beat the 1985 box office success of the first installment of "Back to the Future" - not even the Terminator or Star Trek flicks. Ironically, if you want a large box office for time travel movies, you have to go back in time to the 80s.
Photoshop time travel by placing any famous person out of his time. Think of the examples like what Einstein could be doing nowadays, or what movies Scarlett Johansson would star in 1950s.