RUSH: We go back to Flint, Michigan, and Pat, thank you for waiting. Great to have you here. Hi.
CALLER: Hey, thank you, Rush. It's quite an honor. Rush, to the best of my knowledge it has been almost eight years since you did a show with all classical music as your bumper music. I remember it 'cause I was driving to Washington, DC, for the inauguration. I think it was Inauguration Day in 2003 when you did your last -- or 2005, your last classical music show. And when do you plan on doing another one know?
RUSH: You know, that's a good idea. I think it was much farther back than that. You could be right, but there were things going on in the culture at the time that I thought we needed to step up people's appreciation for refined culture, and every bumper tune for either that day or maybe the week was all classical. It was my effort to elevate cultural appreciation among this audience. It's a great idea. Yeah, we're getting close to the Christmas bumps. That's true. So it's possible. That's a great memory you've got there. I appreciate that Pat. Thanks very much.