RUSH: Man, oh, man. I just finished in the nick of time here, folks. I had to do some -- well, they call 'em pickups. That wasn't good. I popped that P. Professional broadcasters do not pop their P's like I did. Yeah, folks, it was nip and tuck here. I had to do some of what are called pickups for the audio version of Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims. Ah, these nitpickers up there, any time they heard just a tiny little noise... If I'm reading the book and there's a little click, it's, "Did you hear that?"
Well, they did. If they hear anything... You know, sometimes I gesticulate and tap the desk here. "Oh, no, no. You've gotta do that again. There was a noise in there." Oh, jeez, okay. There were about four pages of these things, and they gotta get done immediately. I didn't have time to do 'em after the program today because super-secret meeting I have to go to after the program, so I just barely finished this stuff in the nick of time so start today's program.
Audio version, Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans. It's the audio version; I am extremely proud of it. (clicking) Did you hear that? Well, I didn't ever do it that loud. Oh, and then they said I mispronounced "starboard." I don't know if this is a Northeast accent or what. (interruption) No, they just said, "You mispronounced it. Get it right." So, anyway, I just barely finished this.