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Today, the Huffington Post’s comedy section posted a slideshow with some suggestions for how Glenn Beck can fill his free time now that Fox News has canceled his show.
The StopBeck effort gets a shout out on slide #6:
You can check out the rest of the slideshow here.
YOU WHO HAVE STOPPED BECK WILL SOMEDAY BE STOPPED YOURSELVES. I CAN’T WAIT TO SEE THIS HAPPEN. I HOPE EVERYONE OF YOU WILL SUFFER FINIANTIAL DOWNFALL. AND…MAY THE FLEA’S OF A THOUSAND CAMELS INFEST YOU ARM PITS AND THERE IS NO CURE. YOU B……..D’S.
OK, IF THAT WON’T PRINT,ALL THOSE WHO PUT GLENN BECK OUT OF FOX NEW’S. I WILL SAY THIS CURSE, MAY THE FLEA’S OF A THOUSAND CAMELS INFEST YOUR ARM PITS.
12 THINGS TO DO NOW THAT GLENN BECK IS NOT ON TV ANYMORE, FIND WAYS TO GET HIM BACK AND END YOUR CAREER.
WOW, THIS IS REALLY A LIBERIAL FEED DISQUS. YOU WON’T LET ME POST ANYTHING. BECK IS BETTER THEN ANY OF YOU SLIME BALLS YOUR TURN WILL COME NEXT.
LOL @ Rose Mary McKenzie! xD You area good representation of Beck fans hahaha
Interesting conservative commentary. Secular? Yes, of course, meaning not subject to medieval fantasy; of this world. Being “non secular” means adhering to the ignorant “magister dixit” criterion of truth that preceded man’s enlightenment. I guess conservatives long for feudalism and rule by superstition rather than by science and a democratic society. Of course, they long for nothing of the sort, since they are hardly clear on the meaning of the words they use, albeit misspell. Rose Mary’s comments are so ridden with spelling orthographic and grammatical atrocities that a third grade teacher would blush reading it. Of course, once conservatives ban public education, what difference will it make? (That’s sarcasm, by the way.)
Wouldn’t it be nice if you people actually just used the power to reason and actually state why you disagree with someone else. Show a little tolerance to other people’s view.
about 2 years ago - View Comments
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From an April 18, 2011 article in The Daily Caller by Matthew Boyle: A number of conservative activists and bloggers say they’re furious at media magnate Glenn Beck for what they call content theft. Over the past several years, Beck has relied on video, audio and written content from others to fill his radio and
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As previously reported, Glenn Beck’s advertiser troubles played a part in Fox News’ decision to cancel Beck’s show. What hasn’t gotten much attention is how Fox News’ President, Roger Ailes, characterized those advertisers. From an April 6, 2011 AP article: More than 400 Fox advertisers told the company they did not want their commercials on Beck’s
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Fox News and Mercury Radio Arts announced today that Glenn Beck will be transitioning off his daily Fox News program. From an April 6, 2011 press release: Fox News and Mercury Radio Arts, Glenn Beck’s production company, are proud to announce that they will work together to develop and produce a variety of television projects
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