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I happened to tune into Glenn Beck for a few minutes today, and I really think the guy is losing his mojo. He was going on and on about how he was going to put everything together for us today and tomorrow, but I found myself just yawning through the whole thing. (Though the image of Samantha Power “whispering in Obama’s ear” was sort of amusing. I don’t imagine that Power is the whispering sort.)

Anyway, I had just tuned out because Beck wouldn’t get to the point and life is too short for this kind of rambling. I want mainlined conspiracy theorizing! I want a direct look into Beck’s brain! Luckily, when I returned to my computer, I learned that Steve Brodner has given us exactly that for the upcoming issue of the magazine: a schematic breakdown of Beck’s brain. Click the thumbnail on the right to see it full size.

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