STU: Although I did see in the Wall Street Journal you are one of the people who mattered. One of the nominees for Person Who Most Mattered.
GLENN: Really? So this is Person That Most Mattered. Not people. Individuals.
PAT: Who else was named.
STU: Bernie Madoff.
GLENN: All right.
PAT: That's pretty good. You've got to be kidding me. Jack the Ripper.
STU: Went a different way in sports not Usain Bolt. But Brett Favre was on the list.
GLENN: Because I'm not a sports guy, let me just pretend why I don't understand why the Brett Favre story is such a big story.
PAT: He's 40 years old playing the best year of his career.
GLENN: So in regular times that's a big story. Like five years ago or --
PAT: In sports terms it's a big story.
GLENN: Three years ago.
STU: It's still a big story.
GLENN: I understand that. But it doesn't -- when you're saying in the Man of the Year or the thing, the people that mattered, that is an important story, but when your world is burning down it's not necessarily --
STU: Barack Obama was listed on there. Rush was listed on there. The reason they should vote for you instead of Rush. Rush has 10 billion awards for everything. We have nothing. We're in a socialist.
GLENN: Are we campaigning?
STU: We're in a socialist country where everyone should be equal.
GLENN: Social justice.
GLENN: Let me quote, who is the Chavez lover in the FCC?
PAT: Mark Lloyd.
GLENN: To quote Mark Lloyd, from the FCC. Let me give you this. America needs to ask itself who is going to step down so others can have their turn.
GLENN: I think Mark Lloyd would approve of Rush Limbaugh stepping down so I can have my turn.
STU: It's not about accomplishments. The president or Rush Limbaugh.
GLENN: If you are talking about who really mattered.
STU: No, but we deserve it.
GLENN: Bernie Madoff had his time in the sun.
PAT: Tomorrow I'm going to bring you a Participator of the Year award trophy.
GLENN: I did participate.
STU: You participated in the country.
GLENN: Who else are people who mattered. Barack Obama. Clearly.
STU: If you're going to pick the guy who really mattered, Michael Jackson is on the matter.
GLENN: He didn't matter.
STU: He's on the list.
GLENN: No he didn't. He caused a lot of people to scream at their television. Why are we still covering this? Hang on. Is Andy Stern, he mattered.
STU: Andy Stern is on the list. He mattered to you. No one else knows who he is.
GLENN: The most frequent visitor to the White House. The guy who helped design the stimulus care and healthcare package. Didn't matter.
STU: Didn't matter.
GLENN: George Storos.
STU: Didn't matter.
GLENN: Carl Marx.
STU: Shockingly enough.
PAT: He had a come back year. Brett Favre. How old is he. How old is Carl Marx. 175.