Chameleon wrote:My vote would have gone to Kim Jong-Un. Methinks he's going to have the most influence on the world this year.
Plamsa wing wrote:Chameleon wrote:My vote would have gone to Kim Jong-Un. Methinks he's going to have the most influence on the world this year.
Why'd you think that Psy character is on the list.
Yes I know he's from South Korea, but surely I can't be the only person who thinks they look like each other?
Dave2123 wrote:I thought i was going to have to write a scathing comment, but I'm glad to see that others realise how silly this is, which must mean that the general viewer of OXM is slightly more educated than the general reader of Time magazine!! The leader of the most populous country in the world and one in which its population isn't as free as western countries is only 90-something. Yes, Psy may have influenced lots of people to do silly dances when his songs come on, but that's as far as he could influence anyone. Same goes for sports people - they may have influenced a few people to take up their sport but they don't have influence over the important things in their lives like political leaders do, especially dictators.
Drainwater wrote:I'm surprised Chuck Norris didn't top that list. Or is that fad finally over?
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