Thursday, June 9, 2005

Filthy Lie: Evil Glenn vs. the Koran

When I awoke last Friday, it took me a few minutes to realize where I was and what had happened. Still, I didn't get a full grasp on everything until I read his post on this little blog. Evil Glenn Reynolds® had managed to take control of the blog. A couple of quick phone calls to Six Apart and everything was back in my control.

But, with that experience in mind, I was careful when I read that Evil Glenn® had a fascination with Koran desecration. I knew that it was important to find out the truth, but also important that I not let my guard down.

With that in mind, I made my way up the road to Tennessee and stood by
outside Evil Glenn's® office. In short order, he appeared. Being careful
to not be seen, I followed him as he entered his vehicle. He made his
way onto Cumberland, then turned onto 13th. After about a half-mile or
so, he stopped, found a parking space and met a group of young men
outside a white building. They spoke for a minute or two, then went

I waited and listened to the radio in the car. Not much on the news, so
I started scanning the dial. Suddenly, I saw Evil Glenn® return with a
book and some papers. He made his way back to the college and went into
his office.

Before the door closed behind him, I managed to make my way inside,
staying in the shadows. I followed him though the building to his
office. Fortunately, he left his office door open. I was able to watch
him as he sat at his computer typing away and laughing.

Suddenly, the phone rang. He said a few words, then rushed out, passing withing inches of where I was hiding.

After he left, I stepped into his office and saw his handiwork. The
book he carried with him was a Koran. It was open to the first page and
I studied the words on the paper. Then I looked at the computer screen
and was floored by what I saw.

It turns out that Evil Glenn® has been translating the Koran into
another language. But I don't think the followers of the book will be
happy with it


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