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RUSH: I have to tell you a little short story. A good friend of mine, one of my golf buddies, is the CEO of JoS. A. Bank. His name is Bob Wildrick. His office is right down the road from us here, and the other day Bob’s secretary showed up at the front door and rang the buzzer, and she had a box from Bob. He has a new line of shorts that they’re selling called the David Leadbetter, the golf instructing professional. They’re David Leadbetter’s brand of golf shorts. I said, ‘Oh, this is awfully sweet.’ I have plenty of golf shorts and so forth, and I looked at the price here, and they were a gift. They were, I think, $69.95 a pair. So I called Bob. I said, ‘Bob, you don’t expect me to wear stuff that costs this little. I don’t wear stuff under three figures here when we’re talking about golf attire.’ He started laughing. Anyway, I put these shorts on, and they may be the most comfortable pair of shorts I have ever worn. I’m not wearing them today.

They have a little waistband in them. It’s not Sansabelt expandomatic. It’s not that stuff, but it does expand, not to accommodate weight gain or any of that although I guess it would, but when you bend over to pick up your ball if you didn’t have a caddy to do that for you, and get your ball out of the hole after you make a putt, it’ll expand. They’re just as comfortable as they can be. They have deep pockets and so forth. They’re stain resistant. I told him I would mention this as a little thank-you for sending the things over. I like them so much, I went to the website and I bought a whole bunch more in different colors. They’re the David Ledbetter brand. A little nice thing like that happens when I’m minding my own business here preparing for the program. I had no idea it was coming, and bammo! So if you shop JoS. A. Bank and you wear golf shorts — and, by the way, these would be fine even if you don’t play golf. They’re just great shorts.

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