Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Glenn Beck Conspiracy Generator

Promising “Fair and Balanced Paranoia on Demand,” the Glenn Beck Conspiracy Generator, from About.com’s Political Humor blog, is a fine example of internet technology in service of a greater good.

I don’t have a joke for this one. I just like it. Copy down these algorithm-base screeds, bust them out at your next party or faculty meeting and see if anyone notices the difference. Good, clean, American fun.

To paraphrase G. K. Chesterton, when people stop believing in God they don't believe in nothing, they believe in everything ...The credulous and the gullible are having their day."

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