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Beck in the Saddle Again


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Hey, a hate-spewing radio clown beloved by Utahns is coming to town. Yeah, I know, that probably isn't specific enough. ---

In this case, the megadouche is Glenn Beck, and we inform City Weekly readers primarily so they know places to avoid during the coming weekend. That's when Beck brings his "American Revival" road show/patriorgasm circus to EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday, and kicks things off before that with a book-signing at the downtown Deseret Books Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. for his "political thriller" The Overton Window. Step carefully to avoid the pools of bile, saliva and crocodile tears in those areas. Or, for giggles, show up at the book signing with a copy of Alexander Zaitchik's new Beck takedown Common Nonsense, just to see the look on his face.


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