RUSH: Bill in Chicago. Nice to have you on the program, sir. Welcome.
CALLER: How are you, Rush?
RUSH: Never better, sir. Appreciate it.
CALLER: Super Bowl dittos to you.
RUSH: Thank you, sir.
CALLER: We spoke in ’04 right before the presidential election when I called in to suggest that John Kerry’s confusion really stemmed from his belief that he was Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now.
RUSH: I remember that call.
CALLER: I have a couple points here that I wanted to cover real quick. First of all, do you have the entire clip from the Hillary conference the other day where she was talking about her ability to deal with evil men, because it seems to me that because her audience is pre-selected both on the Internet and in those meetings, that that was a planted question because, as you’ll hear, she really rephrases it to be just what she wants to hear.
RUSH: We don’t have any more of the clip than what we played, and I don’t know whether questions are planted or not. Wouldn’t surprise me, but I don’t have the full press conference, no. This is not what you called about, Bill. I’m getting a little impatient here.
CALLER: Yeah, sorry about that.
CALLER: The Keepers of Odd Knowledge, Rush, where have they been?
RUSH: Well, that’s some guy from Maine. He owns a diesel fuel facility, and I haven’t heard from him, the Keepers of Odd Knowledge Society, in a long time. I think the Keepers of Odd Knowledge Society actually ended up getting mad at me because I wasn’t getting kooky enough for them. It’s been years since I’ve heard from them. E-mail addresses are public so I don’t know what happened to the Keepers of Odd Knowledge Society. I don’t know if it was passed down somewhere else and they’ve gone elsewhere for their attempts to be publicized, but I have no clue what happened to them.