Glenn Beck fans on Twitter are all euphoric over the fact that he’s really there, twittering his tweets with his tweeple.  So, what does @GlennBeck tweet? Apparently the “tweet” thing pisses him off, we’re all going to die, he likes fish, but doesn’t love it, has buyer’s remorse over furniture and wants to show people his meat…

And you thought that he acted crazy when he was on-topic! This man could be the “before” in a commercial promoting ADD medication…

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3 Responses to “Glenn Beck is a Waste of Twitter Space”

  1. Attention: Comments are moderated. Off topic rants, personal attacks, harassment, etc. will not be published. See the Comment Policy and F.A.Q. for more information.

    You should follow your own policy. why don’t you address the observations that Beck makes that you disagree with, stating where he is incorrect instead of bashing his twitter comments.

    Sounds like someone is a little mentally weak, and I don’t mean Glenn Beck.

    You have a enlightening day

  2. FoxNewsBoycott says:

    Dean, You can’t be serious… You take one post about Glenn Beck joining Twitter and his first several tweets being about things like fish, furniture and meat, and you disregard every other post ever made on FNB about his falsehoods and manipulations. Obviously that “mentally weak” comment was you projecting…

  3. Besides Beck and the other crazies…I want to know why fox news.com has a bunch of stories listed but half can’t find the page link? If your going to put out a link make sure it gets to the story page. Duh!! I used to watch Fox I am not a liberal by any measure but in the last couple of years “fair and balanced” has become nonexistant. What happened?

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