RUSH: Dawn in Huntington, Michigan, you're next. Great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hello, Rush Limbaugh. My God, you have made my Thanksgiving, my year. God bless you. I love you so much.
RUSH: Thank you very much. I really appreciate that.
CALLER: Well, I have to say really quickly, I think I'm a Rush Baby because my dad introduced me to you back in like '88, '89, sunbathing outside, listening to, I think is it the Philanderer, Ted Kennedy.
RUSH: (laughing) The Philanderer, yes. Sunbathing outside listening to the Philanderer. Ha-ha-ha-ha. That's great.
CALLER: That's my memory of you. I love you.
RUSH: Well, I'm happy to be a memory.
CALLER: Well, thanks. Listen, I was dying. I was actually gonna drive back past the school but I had to pull over because I'm shaking so much that I'm actually talking to you. So I'm driving, working, I'm a sales rep, and I drive by a school, I think it's a high school, and you know the signs, the electronic signs?
CALLER: The words actually said, "Free breakfast for students on school days."
RUSH: "Free breakfast for students on school days."
RUSH: Why does that bother you? I mean, they started serving school breakfast when I was in junior high. Are you upset that they're advertising it on the sign?
CALLER: Yeah, and I mean I instantly went, "My gosh, Rush, now they're offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner."
RUSH: Well, dinner just in Memphis.
CALLER: Oh, okay.
RUSH: Or is it more than in Memphis? Are they doing school dinners in more than just Memphis? (interruption) Oh, really? I thought Memphis was the trial program. Well, it clearly is out of hand, but it also pays to advertise.
CALLER: I guess so. I guess so.
RUSH: It does. (laughing) I'm a big believer in advertising, as you know, and it pays. You know what, I'm gonna tell you something, Dawn. Do you ever get to Washington?
CALLER: I don't. Can I drive it? Yes, I can drive to DC.
RUSH: If you're ever in Washington and you stay at a hotel, grab a bottle of scotch, one of those mini-bar bottles of scotch and go to Ted Kennedy's grave and pour it on the grave.
CALLER: All right.
RUSH: Since your first memory here is of the Philanderer. Harry Reid said that's what he did. The Politico had the story. He and Dodd seeking guidance on how to deal with the super committee went out to Ted Kennedy's grave, and Reid cited a prayer and poem and Dodd poured whiskey on Ted Kennedy's grave.
CALLER: Rush, I'll do it for you. That'll be our next family trip.
RUSH: Well, thank you very much. I hope you have a great Thanksgiving, too. I really do. You made my day. All of you people make my day. We get into this time of the year, the holiday season, all this sentiment wells up in me and the great sense of gratitude I have over the good fortune I've had with this radio program overwhelms me, but at the same time I'm thinking of you. Actually, you'll do it, I know you'll go to Washington, and I can just see it now, you're caught pouring a mini-bar bottle of scotch on Kennedy's grave and the cops say, "What are you doing?" "Rush Limbaugh told me." (laughing) Tell 'em that if you do it.