The current 2012 theme song for Glenn Beck's radio show has several short sound-bites from various sources. One of them makes no sense. It sounds like someone saying "Let us beshine the look"
I've tried to search Google and Bing for parts of that phrase replacing beshine with behind, look with book, but no luck.
Does anyone know what the quote is and maybe where it came from?
Question: Why would you listen to it in the first place?
I've searched through quote after quote, but not only can I not find anything that even has the word "beshine" in it, I can't find a single quote that has that same rhythm to it. My guess is it is not a notable quote that would make it onto a list of quotes. It actually sounds like it was pulled from a TV show or movie, judging by how differently it sounds from the other quote.
And I think what the others were implying was why would you listen to Glenn Beck's radio show and let that pollute your mind. They were not referring to listening to the theme song.
Wow, it's weird how once I know the right words I can't hear the "Beshine the look" in there anymore. I would have guessed it was much older than the 80's and was something that made more sense than most of the things I thought it could have been. I kept hearing "Be Shy" as Beshine.
I think that the guy who says "It's a wonderful time to be alive" is Tom Robbins from his book Still Life With Woodpecker. If I remember right, there's another quote in the intro that I don't know.