RUSH: Rosie in Lake Havasu, Arizona, it's great to have you here. Hi.
CALLER: Hi. I just wanted to start off by saying that I'm 16, I'm in the 11th grade, and I'm also a freshman in college. I just wanted to start off in saying, thank you for helping me. In one of my college classes, my teacher likes to bring up current events and has us debate certain things like immigration, national debt, unemployment -- and, my favorite, Obamacare. It's really refreshing to go home and, like, listen to you and realize, no, I'm not crazy. Because, as classical liberals, they all just look at you like you're crazy because you think Obama is a terrible president.
RUSH: Rosie, my heart's skipping a couple of beats here. Let me make sure I heard you correctly. You are 16?
RUSH: You're in the eleventh grade, and also doing college freshman-level work?
CALLER: Yes, sir.
RUSH: Wow. And this program has assisted you, has helped you?
RUSH: Wow. I can't tell you how flattered I am. That is so cool. I appreciate that very much.
CALLER: I just love this program. I catch it whenever I can, and it's amazing. The next thing, I wanted to ask you is what your favorite tech blogs were because I've been looking at a few.
RUSH: Oh, wow. My favorite tech blog... I read about 30 tech blogs.
RUSH: Oh, man, to pick one of these? They're all different. What is your interest, your specific tech interest? Do you have a specific tech? That would help me narrow it down.
CALLER: Not really. I'm still just trying to, like, find general things like topics. I've been poking through a few but, sorry, I don't know. There's like an unofficial Apple one and I was looking at that one.
RUSH: Well, there are all kinds of Apple ones. You keep your radio on. I've got a commercial, but you keep your radio on and I'll give you a couple of names on the air when we come back from the break, okay?
RUSH: Yeah, thanks for the call, Rosie. This is great.
RUSH: Rosie in Lake Havasu, I went to my RSS reader and this is really tough because I've never mentioned any of these before. I can't mention them all, but since you said Apple, that helps narrow it down. In no particular order, here they are: iMore.com. That's run by a guy named Rene Ritchie. I think he's out of Canada, but this site, in addition to keeping you up-to-speed on everything happening with Apple, will offer you excellent tips on using Apple products, both the mobile and desktop.
MacDailyNews.com is also fabulous. AppleInsider.com is great. World of Apple is okay. There are a couple of others that are not specifically Apple, but they are Apple centric. They cover a lot more than that. One of them is called loopinsight.com and the other's daringfireball.com. We'll link to all of these at RushLimbaugh.com on our website. Rosie, if you weren't able to write them all down, they will be on our website. You'll be able to find them all. But there are tons of them. I mean, they're all over the place out there. One of them, cultofmac.com, they've got people on that one, very snarky who rip Apple to shreds at the same time. So if you're interested in that, if you want people who do that too, then that's a site that you might want to check out now and then.