RUSH: Kathryn and I spent a number of hours last night finally selecting wedding pictures and we’ve done it, and we have submitted them to the techie people who are going to do it. We have a special way we’re going to announce. I’m just going to go ahead and say this. I don’t know if I should say this or not. Yeah, I can do it because we haven’t gone live yet. As you know, ladies and gentlemen, I have not had a Facebook page or a MySpace page or MyButt page or MyMouth page or any of this social networking stuff because, as I looked at it, I didn’t deem it worthy of what we do here at the EIB Network. However, I can now proclaim that it makes sense.
Facebook has finally progressed to the point that it is ready for us, and so we’re going to have a Rush Limbaugh Facebook page. We’re not going to let people post to our wall, that’s not going to happen, but it will be a Facebook page where we will release the wedding pictures and that will then point, of course, to RushLimbaugh.com. The two will be inexorably linked. I’m not going to do Twitter. There’s no way to make any money on Twitter. Twitter is just fad type stuff. Facebook is entirely different. You know, everybody jumps on these things long before it’s time. We have to wait until they progress to a certain level to make sense for us here at the EIB Network to become part of it, and we’re hoping to get this done by the end of the week, maybe the first part of next week. So that’s where the photos will go live.
We also have posted, because of popular demand, some more puppy pictures at RushLimbaugh.com of Abbey, the over one-year-old Old English sheepdog and the puppy Wellesley, another Old English sheepdog. People ask, and there they are.