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RUSH: C. J. in Portland, Oregon, welcome to the EIB Network. Nice to have you with us.

CALLER: Thank you, sir, thanks for taking the time, Mr. Limbaugh, and let me thank you for myself and my constituents on your dedication to us…

RUSH: Thank you, sir. Thank you very much.

CALLER: Saving America. And I’ll make this quick, sir. I know you probably have a lot of things to say, but I just wanted to mention that awhile back I was working on a project down in Mexico City, and it was a pretty hectic atmosphere we were in. We were working on a movie, and, you know, we were spending a lot of time out in the jungle and when you’re in those kind of environments we didn’t really know that many people and trying to keep your passport safe is a real chore because, you know, you’re stationed in the jungle and you try to keep everything on you all the time. It wasn’t always —

RUSH: Right. But that would be rainforest, by the way, a new term for jungle.

CALLER: Right. And one more thing real quick. Not off the subject, sir, but you’re always talking about the rainforest.

RUSH: Yes.

CALLER: Well, in my limited knowledge of physics and chemistry and science, wasn’t there awhile back, didn’t we have the issue of having a huge rip or a hole torn into our atmospheric? If that was the case and the heat rises, and if heat rises, then wouldn’t we be actually losing heat out of that rip or that hole —

RUSH: That’s a good point, heat does rise, but it sucks in the old air off the oceans and that’s when you get thunderstorms and all that.

CALLER: Anyway, just wanted to throw that little — anyway, during — sorry to go off on the tangent, but I — during one period of time I worked on this project, sir, I got separated from my passport.

RUSH: Well, whoa, whoa. Separated — somebody stole it?


RUSH: Okay. And I thought that maybe, you know, because it was an environment where we were trained to watch out for each other and I was hoping that maybe someone that I had known had picked it up, because sometimes I wasn’t in front of camera so I couldn’t keep it in my possession —

RUSH: You’re an actor.

CALLER: I don’t know if I’d say that, sir, I’d say I’m an aspiring actor that’s been able to — I have done some stunt work —

RUSH: So you’re a waiter, then.

CALLER: Let’s say I’m an up-and-coming actor.

RUSH: Okay.

CALLER: I’ve had the rare opportunity to have been beaten up by people like C. Thomas Howell and Rowdy Roddy Piper in a few movies. So anyway —

RUSH: Hey, you know, work is work. Now, I got a minute here and I want to find out what happened to you when you lost your passport, you got it stolen.

CALLER: Let’s put it this way. Unfortunately I did get checked for my passport during that time period. I’m a pretty good sized guy. I got beat pretty good by a bunch of guys that were packing AK-47s, make a long story short I got a pretty good guy whipping laid to me, I got thrown in the clink and I had to literally sit there and bribe my way to get out of jail.

RUSH: Just because you didn’t have a passport?


RUSH: Well, you know what the moral of the story is. We’ve run through this. You go down to Mexico, you try to move down there and live as a non-citizen, illegal, you can’t vote, you can’t write letters to the editor, you can’t join protests, you can’t work. It’s a totally different two-way street. I’m glad you called C. J., thanks much for the call. I have a ballpark idea of the movies that you have been in since you’ve told me some of the people that you’ve beat up or have beaten up you in the movies. Great to have you on the program.

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