Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Quote of the Day
"I was openly mocked by the patrons, and my wife was begging to leave as she heard the wait staff and management gasp in horror that they actually had to serve me."
-- Glenn Beck, complaining about the treatment he received from average New Yorkers during a trip to New York City over the holiday weekend
Beck goes on to say that New York has become a "vile and hateful" place, which is supposedly what led him to move out of the city.
I'm beaming like a proud papa right now. As usual, New York City proves itself to be not only a bastion of intellectualism and enlightenment but one with exceptional taste and zero tolerance for stupidity.
By the way, when Beck left New York last year he moved to Dallas.
I'm just gonna leave that right there.