RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, a programming note: Mr. Snerdley has been suspended for the day. He is, as you know, our call screener. Snerdley was sent home for the day earlier this morning. He will be back tomorrow if everything goes according to plan. There were two problems. He presented a call to me on the program last Friday involving human waste movements, clearly beneath the quality and decorum of this program. Snerdley thought it would be funny because it was about a South Park incident in which the measurements were said to be in Courics. But the caller never got there because I, maintaining the class and decorum known for this program, interceded.
Secondly, you might remember the call from Lynn last Friday. How would you describe it, H.R.? What was she doing? She made a play for me; she was coming on to me, make no bones about it. I learned, ladies and gentlemen, over the weekend, that Snerdley gave her a call. This is just intolerable. It's funny, but I have to put my foot down on this. This is the second time we've had to suspend him in the course of this program, which is not too many times. The first time was when I saw him shouting, and arguing, and yelling with a caller in there. You have to nip these things in the bud when you see them happening. You gotta lay down the law. You can't let the line get crossed, because then the line gets blurred, and then the line gets invisible.