RUSH: Wayne in Kansas City, you’re next on the EIB Network. Hello, sir.
CALLER: Hello there, how you doing?
RUSH: Fine, sir.
CALLER: Hey, dittoheads from back in the KNBC days doing those one minute updates early in the mornings.
RUSH: Yes, I remember those. Thank you for reminding me.
CALLER: Oh, those were great.
RUSH: Thank you.
CALLER: I remember this weird guy saying this stuff and it was hilarious and off the wall, but it made sense. It was crazy.
RUSH: The guy just before me? Before you?
CALLER: No, I mean you were. You were just hilarious with your comments, your one minute comments, that’s what I meant.
RUSH: Back in KNBC in Kansas City?
CALLER: Correct, correct.
CALLER: Anyway, there’s a guy awhile back, you were talking about Kansas City and the fact that nobody goes to Kansas City, Kansas, and I guess you haven’t been there in a while because that is actually now the hot spot of the area.
RUSH: I haven’t been there in a while. You know, it’s just a joke that Kansas City, Missouri — I mean I actually lived in Overland Park.
CALLER: I know. The western part of Kansas City, Kansas, though is booming now. They’ve got the speedway out there. They’ve got the Nebraska Furniture Mart, the world’s largest furniture mart, they’ve got —
RUSH: That’s booming, a race track and a furniture mart?
CALLER: Well, hang on. The race track started it. And there actually is a lot of activity all the time out there at the race track, but they’ve got Cabela’s, which I think that’s their largest sports apparel market out there. They’ve got a big shopping area out there.
RUSH: I had no idea, but I still have to drive through most of Kansas City, Kansas, to get there if it’s on the western side of Kansas City, Kansas. That’s a fascinating definition of booming. I’m glad you called out there, Wayne