Saturday, December 16, 2006

TIME Announces I Am Person of the Year


TIME Magazine has named me as the 2006 Person of the Year!

Oh, yeah, and millions of other people who are creating content on the World Wide Web. But, I feel so honored anyway. I'd like to thank all the little people who have nothing better to do than to sit in front of their computer monitors and read the drivel produced here.

Thank you all and thank you, TIME Magazine.










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11 comments:

mudkitty said...

I just want to congratulate YOU! YOU deserve it!

Indigo Red said...

I even have a small scrap of red carpet for just these occassions. One never knows when one will an award like tis or a Golden Globe, or that giant dildo...the Oscar.

mudkitty said...

I think you should frame it.

Mike H. said...

Wow, did you get one too? To think that all that work of turning on the computer could garner accolades. If they send me one I think I'll frame it. BTW, mudkitty you need to find a place for yours. Do people with calculators get one too?

Time has been set adrift in the sea of insufficiency. Hopefully they'll have better luck next time.

Indigo Red said...

Yeah, Mike H. It's just another burden I and billions of others must carry.

Leap Frog said...

yeah, I'm so impressed with their distraction methods it's incredible...

;~)

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mudkitty said...

My husband (mudcat) refuses to accept the award on principle.

mudkitty said...

Mudcat's writing to Time asking them to take him off their cover, and if they don't he plans to sue.

Indigo Red said...

Good luck with that. Perhaps a class action suit.

Withal all the laughter at TIME this has caused around the world, somehow I think this will be the last time they take the cowards way out. Next TIME, they'll actually make a choice.

Mike H. said...

mudkitty that was beautiful, your husband needs to send that to Readers Digest. Quick before he loses the copyright. You never know, there might be a stringer for the Times out there.

BTW you do know that time is in the market for lazy mens stories? To go along with their editorial staff.