Originally posted by The Lord and Savior
Unfortunately, there is no shortage of mindless drones out there who take his word as gospel, so, we need to listen when he speaks because he is
Well, yeah, look at Alex Jones (an entertainer), who is jumping through fiery hoops and pulling out his hair because Glenn Beck (an entertainer)
uttered a certain combination of words.
Alex Jones may need help
... Like professional help
. Especially if he's taking Glenn Beck seriously
. I mean, I kinda think Beck
is a pretty decent comedian, he reminds me of Jackie Gleason — "One uh these days, Alice! POW! Right ta tha Moon!"
The important thing to remember is that we're talking about show business
, entertainers snarking
on entertainers. These are not
government officials nor even members of revolutionary movements. What they do, they do for money
— Glenn Beck works for money, Alex Jones
works for money, there's no higher purpose, there's no conspiracy except for the words spoken on their respective shows pertaining directly to
They don't CARE
about your conspiracies and your politics. Really, they don't.
As soon as the camera shuts off, as soon as the audio guy closes the board, Glenn Beck and Alex Jones go to their computers and transfer about a
quarter of a million dollars into their bank accounts, then they go out on the sun deck and suck down a couple of highballs and muse on the
ridiculously malleable public and the simplicity of life at the top.
Hell, maybe Glenn Beck and Alex Jones even wave hello
, smiling and toasting each other at a distance, their sundecks probably adjacent on the
terraced hills of Southern California:
:Hey, Glenn, you bitch! How's that "Truther Assassin" working for you? Ha! Ha!
:Al, you are such an enormous butthole, Are you gonna come to the beach party? There's gonna be Bar-B-Q and BEER!
: Is it real barbecue or is it that Carolina crap, because I'm not comin' unless it's good barbecue!!
That's how these guys actually perceive your most hotly-debated conspiracies... To them, it's a lucrative game. Off the air, it's a very
— Doc Velocity
[edit on 1/21/2010 by Doc Velocity]