Madden Mischief

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Madden Mischief

Madden is pretty mad these days.  If he’s not chortling over current events, poking fun and satirizing them, he’s plain mad about the dissention dividing America.

 Madden is the modern Howard Beale, the fictional character from the film Network (1976) who billed himself as “The Mad Prophet of the Airwaves.”

Beale exhorted his TV Network viewers to stick their heads out of their windows and yell at top of their lungs one of the most iconic lines in film history:

“I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!”

Now Madden who was irritated and sick to his stomach over the Presidential election slugfest is fuming over the post-election’s paralyzing politics.

So here cometh the Mad Prophet of the Blogwaves: Madden Mischief.

Dare read what Madden has to yell at the top of his lungs out his Internet window about this unrelentingly senseless and raucous political season.

 

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