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To: yort

Beck’s not my cup of tea. His hyper-emotionalism must be an acquired taste.


8 posted on 12/29/2010 11:57:30 PM PST by GunRunner (10 Years of Freeping...)
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To: GunRunner

I think we should leave hyper-emotionalism crap to the liberals and stick to logic and reason.


11 posted on 12/29/2010 11:59:21 PM PST by yort ("You just have to shoot straight" --AuH2O)
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To: GunRunner
Beck’s not my cup of tea. His hyper-emotionalism must be an acquired taste.

I used to like Beck - back when he was funny, more like he is on O'Reilly. I can't bear his show now though. His pseudo-wisdom cum 700-Club done LDS style, his tears, the whole package just comes across as snake oil salesman.

I have a feeling if anyone had heard him back when he was funny (maybe 15 years ago now)and compared it to today, they might be a little skeptical of his sincerity.

He could be quite convincing. He had a good number of listeners believing that he truly thought the news about John-John Kennedy dying in a plane crash was just more hype about John Denver. He played his audience for the fool then and I think he's using the same techniques now.

30 posted on 12/30/2010 12:44:50 AM PST by BuckyKat (Green is the new red.)
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