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In case you've lost track of Glenn Beck's enemies, the Fox News host ran a video montage of his detractors on his show Wednesday.

Beck zeroed in on a specific target: "Avatar" director James Cameron, who called Beck a "f***ing asshole" in a press conference on Tuesday. Sporting a pair of 3-D glasses, Beck mocked Cameron's main claim--that Beck called him the Antichrist on his old CNN program in 2007.


Yes, James. I am guilty. I did call James Cameron the anti-Christ. But maybe - you know what? I contend only because of the Celine Dion song - horrific, really.

Beck was far from finished, turning up the snark as he continued to lampoon Cameron.


But the best part is, this guy has carried this joke around with him for three long years. The guy's making $1 billion on a Smurf-murdering movie and he's stewing about a joke that nobody heard on a network nobody watched.



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