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Wednesday, 2 March 2011

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Today's News With Rush Limbo!


"What a great program we have for you today. Newt 'The Poot" Gingrich is supposed to call in during our ninth hour, so be sure to stick around for that one. Ready for the calls, Turdley? We'll get right to them right after these news bits:

Did you know that high school kids are already getting ready for the Prom? That's what I have been told. Boy have things changed. I remember your sad story, Turdly, about having to go to the Senior Prom with your cousin and that you and he were both really embarrassed. I wasn't supposed to tell....Watchit!......he threw a shoe at me.

Of course, it's fine to take your cousin to the prom in Arkansas as she's usually your wife. All you have to do is get a baby sitter for the kids.

The latest rumor is that Moammar Gadhafi is calling other countries to find a place to live in exile. Nigeria says he can come there if he brings his money with him. Hmmm. Maybe we need him here.

China has announced that they will quit taking $1Billion dollar bills with President Obama's picture on them. They sell us the crap, we pay for it with crap.

I'll have to give him Obama credit for that one. Of course, with the President, "Credit" is his middle name.

Speaking of Proms at school, I guess Spring Break is coming up for the college students. Let's hope they get together on this budget thing soon as all the men in congress will be off on vacation with the students.

Don't remember much about mine. Today's kids don't have to worry about remembering their Spring Breaks. They're all over the internet by the time they get back to their classes.

I see where Wikipedia has been accused of giving out wrong information again.

I say leave Wikipedia alone. I mean, they're so handy to blame if you get something wrong during a program like this, a speech by politicians, a comedy routine, a story on TheSpoof.

("Hey, you got that name wrong!"

"Sorry...it's that Wikipedia again.")

This is American's Fat Answer Man........and we'll be back after these commercials. (You put that 'fat' in there didn't you Turdley?")

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