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Glenn Beck getting REALLY tired of the rape/murder meme
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Friday, May 22, 2015, 21:05 (UTC)
3 October 2009
NEW YORK, New York -- "I can't take it anymore!" cried Glenn Beck, "This Internet MEME is not true!" Glenn cried and wiped his eyes with a tissue. "I already told them that I did not rape and murder a young girl in 1990, but they ignore it and keep spreading the MEME. I even opened up my criminal record to show I am innocent and they keep passing the Internet MEME on." Glenn blubbered like a grade school girl who had a bully take away her Barbie doll.
Glenn Beck contacted some lawyers and claimed the domain name and web site violates his trademarked name and image. "If they won't stop the Internet MEME my lawyers will make them stop." cried Beck "Then we'll see who has the last laugh." Glenn Beck cried some more and said "Oh yeah I didn't kill a frog either, it was a yellow rubber frog that I used as a joke. I showed it to Ambassador Bolton to prove it was rubber and not real. I even said the frog was fake, but the liberals who posted the video to Youtube edited that part out."
"The liberals are meanie mean meanies, and they are doing this as a way to get me to shut up. By spreading a false rumor about me, they think I will quit asking questions. Well call me Socrates of the modern age, because the questions will continue."
Meanwhile new Internet MEMEs are getting started about Glenn Beck:
"Glen Beck has never smoked virgin hamsters rolled up in velum."
"Glenn Beck is a former alcoholic and rodeo clown turned talk show host."
"Glenn Beck boiled a yellow frog in 2009."
"Glenn Beck secretly voted for Barrack Obama in 2008."
"Glenn Beck is really an alien lizard from Hollow Earth and part of the New World Order."
"Glenn Beck raped and murdered a young cow in 1990."
- Michael Masnick "Glenn Beck Didn't Rape And Murder Anyone... But He Doesn't Want Websites Discussing It". Tech Dirt, October 2, 2009