Thursday, October 01, 2009

How fucking stupid is Glenn Beck?


This stupid (at about 1:00 in, you'll know what I'm talking about):



The stupid is just awesome, isn't it?

13 comments:

Michael said...

What's the big deal? It just looks to me like he and Billy Pilgrim have been riding the same spaceship. I wouldn't be surprised at all to see VANOC take a special position of gratitude to Glenn for this look-ahead to their end-of-Games fiscal position. Gives them a chance to get an early jump on their deficit-related talking points.

Gayle said...

The biggest disaster in American politics - financially.

Wow.

Chet Scoville said...

The Olympics have a time machine?

Ti-Guy said...

Who's Chester the Molester there with Beck?

KEvron said...

"at about 1:00 in, you'll know what I'm talking about"

you had me at "how fucking stupid"....

KEvron

This Is Me Posting said...

Vancouver what now?

that_chris_guy said...

omg what a moran

It's funny, too, because it looks like he takes a quick look at some notes just before he unloads that intellectual dump. Which means he actually somehow managed to "research" an impossible claim and write it down, OR he was faking it to LOOK like he actually did research to back up his claim.

...not sure which is worse...

the rev. paperboy said...

that Chris guy - he had to write down the pronunciation for Vancouver.

Pat Caddell, a proud democrat? Not for 20 years.

Metro said...

I love how the discussion at 1:00 starts with a chat about the meaning of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." 'Cos that's obviously related to how Chicago can go as bankrupt as Vancouver wilanon.

*"willanon"--From Dr. Dan Streetmentioner's "Time Traveller's Handbook of 1001 Tense Formations."

Cf the Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Mike said...

Wow,

Glenn Beck's "How to Argue with Idiots" is a comic book.

Somehow I knew that...

Spidergrackle said...

L.O. effin' L.

Yahright, Glenn. All those Dem crazies.

Frank Frink said...

To be fair, Americans do know how to pronounce Vancouver but whenever they do hear the name of that city they think it's the one in Washington state that is being referenced.

On the other hand, a great number of the residents of Washington state are unable to pronounce the name of their state - and consequently, the name of their first president - correctly. Just spend a couple days there if you don't believe it.

sassy said...

Reality Check