RUSH: How much what? What? Oh, gee, Snerdley, you know, I try not to make this show about me. Today I weighed 211, so I've lost 79 pounds. I've lost seven pounds since Saturday. Yeah, I'm still trying to lose. My original goal was 210, but I'm going to keep going, there's no reason to stop. I'm going to see what happens at 200, see what happens there. I may keep going. I mean I love this diet. The food is delicious. And, by the way, you know what? There's one way for me to tell you how I'm doing this because I can't describe it. I told you, I cannot describe it. It's too intricate, too detailed. I couldn't do it.
So I'm going to tell you what the diet is one time. I'm going to tell you what the diet is. Someone very close to me found it for me and it is based on actual food that you buy at the grocery store, a couple supplements that they provide you, but it's a local thing down here in south Florida. I do not know how many stores they have. Up until this moment they have not known it is me doing their diet. I have had many, many security measures in place, but still I think the word has leaked out, because a number of my friends have started the diet, and I told not all of them, "Look, when you go in there don't mention my name, I don't want my name associated." "Why don't you want --" "'cause I just don't. It's not a business thing, it's a personal thing." The name of the diet to search on the website is Quick Weight Loss Center, QWL, Quick Weight Loss Center. They're mostly down here in south Florida, some of them up the East Coast. You can do it remotely by e-mail and so forth, but you gotta cook. They have some of the most delicious recipes, you will not believe. If you try this you will not believe you're on a diet. (interruption) What? If who? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Snerdley you missed this yesterday in one of the sound bites.
Remember that MeMe whatever who was arguing with the plus-size babe and accusing her of all kinds of horrors being exacted on our economy, "You need to exercise; you're just too big; you need to eat fruits and vegetables." She said the diet industry is making too many profits. The food industry is guilty here, the diet industry. She maintains -- she didn't say it specifically, but my inference was that the diet industry is culpable in obesity because all they do is give you mechanisms to yo-yo, lose it and then gain it back, then lose it, gain it back and so forth. The diet industry came under assault. Remember the Obama administration official at the CDC who said, "We have now confirmed and we believe, it's official government policy, losing weight cannot be done as an individual thing." Remember? They are going to recommend what calories you can have or how you can eat them. That's their eventual plan, diets can't be accomplished by individual effort alone, I think was the quote. Okay, so there, that's it, I'm sure we're going to shut down these poor people's website for a while. But Kathryn found it, and she looked long and hard for a bunch of them and the reason we decided on this one is because it's real food.
I've done every other diet, folks, that there is. I'm not insulting any of them, but for the first time -- for example, breakfast and lunch, I mean I ate breakfast in five minutes and lunch in ten, there's no reason to ever abandon that, totally satisfying. It's just the easiest one and it's the fastest. I'm 58 years old, I never lost weight this fast, almost 90 pounds here since March 9th, not even six months yet, and it was 40 pounds in like 45 or 50 days, and then I had a couple golf trips and varied off the diet two or three days that week, but I didn't gain any weight, kept losing. It slowed down some but I'm fine, I've enjoyed every minute of it. I have no desire to stop it. In fact, I might even stay on this long enough that people think I have a deadly disease. "What are you, sick or something?"