Saturday, August 28, 2010

Sware and Belive


Some moran at the Glenn Beck rally in Washington today. I think he's protesting for more investment in elementary education... especially spelling.

10 comments:

EscapeVelocity said...

I was rather horrified recently to discover that friends of mine (who are not morans, although they are conservative Christians) had recorded a bunch of Glenn Beck on their newfangled TV system. They didn't make me watch any of it or anything.

Tillerman said...

You should watch. He's strangely hypnotic. A bit like watching one of those old lava lamps. There's no real point to it but you never know when a whole amorphous lump of wax nonsense will suddenly break away and go floating off into the aether.

Joe said...

Can I become a "Tillerman Insider?" When are you going to have "Restoring Honor To The America's Cup?" Quadruple that barkeep!

Doc Häagen-Dazs said...

Be careful what you say about this freaking idiot. He may be packing...

Tillerman said...

Joe, you will always be a Tillerman Insider.

Greg and Kris said...

Well, looks like Sinclair Lewis was only partially right. When the devil comes he'll be wrapped in a flag, carrying a cross and a sign with lots of misspelled words. Two out of three ain't bad.

Anonymous said...

Before you go degrading others, maybe you should check in the mirror. It's not moran, it's moron. There is a difference. Maybe he is a moron, but neither one of you can spell.

Doc Häagen-Dazs said...

What is it that escapes anonymous? Irony?

Tillerman said...

Thanks for pointing that out Anonymous. Actually, I do know how to spell "moron". But I deliberately used the spelling "moran". This is a well-established ironic alternative to refer to people who are morons and who also can't spell. See for example moran.

Greg and Kris said...

This is awesome.

Hey,anon-ee-mouse, check this one out:
http://surferondryland.blogspot.com/2009/10/perspective.html

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