Mr. DeMille, I’m Ready for My Mall Opening

2008 Cover Band Sarah Palin and Gone-Galt Media Mogul Glenn Beck addressed an audience of 5,000 last night in St. Louis. Not quite Tim Leary and G. Gordon Liddy performing fake debates on the campus circuit, but it’s a long way from last year’s “Restoring Honor” event in DC. 

When you’re sponsored by a local talk radio station and a landscaping company, it’s only a matter of time before you’re sharing the dais with Burt Ward and “the fast-talking Federal Express guy.”

Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck are coming to town for a once in a lifetime event and you don’t want to miss it. FM NewsTalk 97.1 and Hansen’s Tree Service proudly present Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck, Friday October 7th, at the Family Arena. Tickets are on sale now through Metrotix.

TBogg, naturally, was all over this in August.

Posted by StrangeAppar8us on 10/08/11 at 10:04 AM • Permalink

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a once in a lifetime event

...promise?

I imagine they’ll be saying that the President doesn’t do events like this because he’s too elitist.

All that’s missing from that banner is “3 falls - 15 minute time limit - in the steel cage!”

Hey! What’s wrong with Burt Ward?

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Hey! What’s wrong with Burt Ward?

Nothing, really. I met him at an Ohio mall in 1972 when he was in full Robin regalia, opening a new anchor store.

I commiserated with him for a minute about having to do a shitty mall gig in elf shoes, and he seemed genuinely pleased that someone appreciated what a stupid goof it all was. Then he signed a picture and asked me if I wanted to hear him say “Holy”-something, just for shits.

A genuinely nice guy, just doing what opportunity and the moment dictated. Now he’s an animal activist, to which I say godspeed, old chum.

I wonder how many trees Hanson has dropped on a house.

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