Glenn Beck plans to move to Texas

What has Texas — and in particular Dallas — ever done to Glenn Beck? The New York Daily News reports:

Dallas-based real estate blogger Candy Evans reported that Beck is moving into the 7,900-square foot estate owned by baseball player Jorge Piedra and Swarovski heiress Vanessa Piedra. Beck has leased the home, on the market for $3.9 million, for $20,000 a month. According to Evans, the home has been on the market since 2009 and was originally listed for $5.4 million.

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About Guy N. Texas

Guy N. Texas is the pen name of a lawyer living in Dallas, who is now a liberal. He was once conservative, but this word has so morphed in meaning that he can no longer call himself that in good conscience. Guy has no political aspirations. He speaks only for himself.
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3 Responses to Glenn Beck plans to move to Texas

  1. vance wittie says:

    There is no baseball player named Jorge Piedra in the Major Leagues.

    And to think, I am actually trying to move into Dallas!

  2. hortonw says:

    He was in the big leagues briefly. Totally minor character in baseball history. Only notable accomplishment is being among the very few to actually get caught taking peformance enhancing drugs. Considering what a joke the enforcement is, you gotta be something of a chump to get caught. Then again, he married an heiress, so he’s got that going…

  3. hortonw says:

    And, let’s be fair. The question is not what Texas has done to Glenn Beck, it’s what Texas has done for Glenn Beck. He’s just repaying the debt.

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