You won’t believe what Glenn got for his birthday…

During last night’s Glenn Beck Program, Glenn’s staff surprised him with a massive 50th birthday party. Glenn’s wife Tania gave him a classic 1958 Chevrolet Apache, but undoubtedly the strangest gifts of the day came from a couple of his employees.

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“This is the craziest birthday present ever… Who in their right mind gives this to their boss? This is one of my presents yesterday. He said, ‘Glenn, this is going to require some explanation.’ So I opened it up, and it’s a vial of smallpox,” Glenn said on radio this morning. “This is incredible. This is from 1954.This is the smallpox vaccine. It’s just a box, and it comes with instructions… [and] needles, and then another vial that you would break open.”

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Glenn also received the cover of the Cleveland Leader and Morning Tribune from Monday, August 6, 1890. On that day, a man was to be killed via the electric chair, and it ties into the power struggle between Edison and Westinghouse that Glenn is so interested in.

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“I don’t know who gets the first electrocution newspaper and the vial of smallpox,” Glenn concluded. “But Happy 50th Birthday, Glenn!”

  • Revan

    How much do you want to bet Obama is going to go after as a terrorist because you got a fifty year old vile of smallpox.

  • landofaahs

    Preparation H?

  • Eidor Bevets

    Preparation H…….”toot paste”?

  • Anonymous

    The newspaper story you told was really interesting. It would make a great movie.

    • luzzjl524

      My Uncle Gabriel got a stunning blue Dodge
      Charger SRT8 from only workin part time on a home pc… hop over to here

      • Anonymous

        Good for him, then. What does this post have to do with anything?

  • Bruno’s Beach

    At every opportunity, each of us should take the opportunity to hone our intellectual Excalibur:

  • KJinAZ

    You can NEVER be to prepared.

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