Tag Archives: Glenn Beck

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb and Social Security


“I am really concerned about what Lee and Bridgewater are reading and watching these days,” Marvelous told me this morning. “Why would you be concerned  about what these guys are reading?” I exclaimed. “Because I think they are getting really … Continue reading

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Why not Excommunicate Glenn Beck


My name is Vauban and I have lived in the Salt Lake valley for the past 25 years. Many of my friends and neighbors are members of your church. I have visited your holy temples before they have been consecrated, … Continue reading

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Morgan “Pol Pot” wants to take on the Nazis


Oh for crying out loud I did it again and my new editor didn’t catch my second in several days Freudian Slip. “How could you misspell by name,” Morgan shrieked. “And what in heaven’s name does Pol Pot mean?” he … Continue reading

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We’ve got Glenn Beck All Wrong


Maybe we have Glenn Beck all wrong. No I am not having a flashback nor am I off my meds. Wait, wait a minute, before you think I’m crazy please hear me out. Mr. Beck has publicly stated that he … Continue reading

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C’est Moi


Gustave Flaubert’s masterpiece, Madame Bovary, like so many other great literary works, had it been written today, would still have cultural relevance. In his first novel Flaubert, through the character of a Parisian socialite, draws our attention to the decadence … Continue reading

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