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.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ok, that was, perfect. Btw, I love that last line.

Anonymous said...

last line= best. mother. fucking. line. EVER.

David Evans said...

"zero tolerance for stupidity"

One should not mock the merely stupid. Beck deserves this treatment for being, in addition, vile and hateful. And arrogant. And...

bafreeman said...

Those weren't gasps of horror, Mrs. Beck. They were choking back laughter at the thought of tea-bagging your ice water and putting snot in your cream sauce.

Girl With Curious Hair said...

You realize that with his victim complex he could be making the whole thing up, right? He's not exactly the world's most reliable source for anything.

ZIRGAR said...

Let me be clear about this--no one, and I do mean NO ONE should have to be mocked for having to wait on Glenn Beck.

Mart said...

Beck is not stupid. He is a very well paid grifter/propagandist. He would tear the country in two and piss on the blue half for another buck in his paycheck.

Matt said...

Cage death match between Glenn Beck and Nancy Grace. Winner gets all the money that can be raised through Kickstarter or some other crowd funding source. I would donate, get the pay-per-view and buy the 6 disc Blu-Ray set, hopefully in 3D with a close up splatter cam.

CNNfan said...

Beck is actually telling the truth.

Spy cameras recording every move of
ordinary citizens in New York City,
goes way beyond vile and unfriendly.

New York admits in its own TV commercial
that it lost its edge. I think it lost
a lot more than that.

agrazingmoose said...

Beck said that he left because the taxes were too high. And he wants respect now?