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May 7, 2013
TIM TEBOW the most influential athlete?
According to a survey released by Forbes.com on Monday he is. Tim Tebow was released by the New York Jets last week and is now a free agent, but he was selected America’s Most Influential Athlete, so his popularity hasn’t gone anywhere.
"Tebow had the most influence on fans, according to 29% of respondents, finishing ahead of Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps (25%), Jamaican track star Usain Bolt (23%) and Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (22%).”
The results were gathered by using surveys from Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research to determine the winner. They also took their endorsement potential into account. So, who was the next-closet NFL player? That would be Peyton Manning!
Good stuff. xo @rozOonTheGo
Source: Yahoo! Sports

TIM TEBOW the most influential athlete?

According to a survey released by Forbes.com on Monday he is. Tim Tebow was released by the New York Jets last week and is now a free agent, but he was selected America’s Most Influential Athlete, so his popularity hasn’t gone anywhere.

"Tebow had the most influence on fans, according to 29% of respondents, finishing ahead of Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps (25%), Jamaican track star Usain Bolt (23%) and Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (22%).”

The results were gathered by using surveys from Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research to determine the winner. They also took their endorsement potential into account. So, who was the next-closet NFL player? That would be Peyton Manning!

Good stuff. xo @rozOonTheGo

Source: Yahoo! Sports

September 14, 2011
Rolling Stone’s Worst Songs of The 90’s Poll Results:

No one, it seems, wants to live in a Barbie World. At least not now, anyway.

Rolling Stone has unveiled their reader-voted Top 10 worst songs of the 90s, with Aqua’s “Barbie Girl” earning the number one dishonor. It’s a real display of public regret; the song, by the Danish-Norwegian balladeers, sold 8 million records worldwide, and topped 13 different music charts in 11 countries.

The song peaked at seven on the US Billboard Hot 100, which gives the nation a warped bragging right over all the rest of the high-pitched dance torture enthusiast nations.

Coming in second was another dance treat, Los Del Rio’s Bar Mitzvah and wedding anthem “Macarena,” and then in third was Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Achy Breaky Heart.”

Click over to Rolling Stone for the rest of the top ten.

Via Huffingtonpost.com

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