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  • The Scriptorium

    12/11/2014

    TIME’s Choice for ‘Person of the Year’ Angers Supporters of Ferguson Protesters

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 8:08 am

    On Wednesday morning, editor Nancy Gibbs announced the Ebola fighters as their choice because “they risked and persisted, sacrificed and saved” during a year in which “an outbreak turned into an epidemic” around the world, striking “doctors and nurses in unprecedented numbers. … Anyone willing to treat the disease’s victims ‘ran the risk of becoming one.’”

    The Ferguson protesters came in second, a selection that quickly sent many supporters to the Internet to vent their anger and disappointment.

    Bwahahahahaha! It’s bad enough that the Ferguson protesters came in second, but they thought they should be person of the year? All you have to do, I guess, is destroy a town and throw a big fit with bottles and fire, and you’re person of the year. The thought is truly disturbing. They’re nothing but a bunch of losers, who have nothing better to do with their lives than bring misery to others – the exact opposite of the Dr.’s and nurses who put their lives on the line to save people from Ebola.

    On a side note, the person of the year should be a person, not a group of people. I don’t think person means what they think it means.

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