(Cue Mariah Carey here)

So, I know the discussion of heroes is not an entirely fresh idea but this article certainly made me pause.

For those of you who hate to read links (this is me judging you), here's the basic gist:

According to a recent Harris Poll, Americans ranked this guy as their number one hero--followed by this guy and this guy. Hmmmm....

Also, check out the list of those who dropped in rank over the years. Personally, I'm disappointed she has fallen. Your thoughts?

Finally, for those of you who do not get the title, I offer you this and a big "Where the crap WERE you in 1993?!"


*image credit: http://tinyurl.com/bvhgmb


adam paul said...

it is worth noting that in 5th grade we sang that song in music class.

look inside you and be strong.

Sarah said...

umm my sentiments exactly

that is, the ones on my blog, not these ones haha.

miss you sister and am so so SO excited to have you hear in 5 months!!!!

hopefully we can have a chat soon

kimberly said...

did you see the guy on american idol sing it? it was good! but, it was american idol. ugh.

Anonymous said...

I made a link! Wow.

adam lee said...

To me, this indicates that America is becoming more secular which is not entirely good news.

However, I am encouraged that America's heroes are shifting from sports figures and movie stars to politicians and religious leaders. I think this means America is stepping out of a fantasy world and begininng to reckon with reality.

We are at a turning point in history for sure.

nettierox said...

did you take that amazing picture at the top of your blog? Its beautiful! if you didn't you should totally say you did :)

nettierox said...

well crappy life just happens...what can a girl do?

um monopoly electronic banking has NOT been busted out yet officially--so don't worry there is still time.

AND i am not officially a homeowner yet. the bank still has their business to do--whatever that business maybe. the process is SLOW.