There’s a simple irony to the fact that of all magazines, TIME has selected the “inventor” of a digital clock as one of the most influential teens of 2015. Ahmed “Clock Kid” Mohamed, by the way, made his clock fit inside a pencil case where one couldn’t see the readout anyway, making it as informative as the latest issue of TIME.
— FOX 4 NEWS (@FOX4) October 27, 2015
@FOX4 I knew there was a reason I do not read Time Magazine
— Robby H (@R0bby64) October 27, 2015
@FOX4 Can someone please tell Time the definition of "influential" and ask how many folks have been influenced by him?
— Frank Johnson (@Frankster1044) October 27, 2015
He did influence his school to call the police after he reportedly kept setting off the alarm in class and refusing advice to put the device away.
@FOX4 Guess that shows how hard it is to find an influential teen.
— Lostribe (@lostribe) October 27, 2015
@FOX4 can I build a clock and become influential also
— Jack Mayo (@jackmayofilms) October 27, 2015
Don’t count on an invitation to the White House, although you might get a stern “You didn’t build that!” from the president.