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Penny Arcade founders land on annual TIME 100

Thursday, 29th April 2010 19:46 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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The voting is complete for Time magazine’s top 100 most influential people, and on it in the artist section are Penny Arcade founders Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik sitting at number 14.

There’s a nice write up about them there too, although it is short.

Voting started earlier in the year, and you can get the final results on all those who made it on the list through here.

Here’s where the guys stand on the artist list:

    1. Lady Gaga
    2. Conan O’Brien
    3. Kathryn Bigelow
    4. Oprah Winfrey
    5. Valery Gergiev
    6. Robert Pattinson
    7. Ashton Kutcher
    8. Suzanne Collins
    9. Taylor Swift
    10. Neil Patrick Harris
    11. Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof
    12. Prince
    13. Lea Michele
    14. Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik
    15. Simon Cowell
    16. Neill Blomkamp
    17. Elton John
    18. Marc Jacobs
    19. David Chang
    20. Banksy
    21. Chetan Bhagat
    22. Sandra Bullock
    23. Ricky Gervais
    24. Han Han
    25. James Cameron

      We’re not sure who all voted, but in all seriousness, what in Sam Hill has Ashton Kutcher ever done to warrant such distinction? Demi Moore, possibly.

      Anyway, gratz to the Penny Arcade guys. We’re proud of you.

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      6 Comments

      1. DeSpiritusBellum

        Lady Gaga? Really? Ashton Kutcher? REALLY?!

        Yeah, if those guys died tomorrow, the world would be like… Oh.

        #1 5 years ago
      2. Callum

        Does it make me a bad person if I don’t know who most of those people are?

        #2 5 years ago
      3. fj

        Er. No.

        #3 5 years ago
      4. Bulk Slash

        I think this list qualifies for the #1 spot on the Top 100 List of Most Stupid Lists.

        #4 5 years ago
      5. Pyrix

        Robert Pattinson is at number 6. Enough said.

        #5 5 years ago
      6. DaMan

        I have no idea who’re 70% of people on that list.

        #6 5 years ago

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