MARK: A very special show for you on Monday, and it is going to be one you will not want to miss.
MARK: America's Real Anchorman is away, playing among the stars on that great radio set in the sky for all eternity, because those radio waves never stop.
MARK: Rush's is one of the very best in the history of American broadcasting, as instantly recognizable as Bob Hope's Thanks for the Memory or Johnny Carson's Tonight Show theme.
MARK: Here is something that I don't think most of you will have heard before. It goes right back to the very earliest days when Rush had found his way to New York City.
MARK: He had a glorious life, and he received innumerable accolades and awards.
MARK: Before Rush, things were grim. You could be a right-wing guy, you could be modestly center right, but you lived in a center-left or far-left world.
MARK: As Rush was saying, he never followed his beloved grandfather into the family business and became a big-time judge, but occasionally he interviewed judges.
MARK: Flags across the state of Florida will be lowered to half staff in honor of Rush Limbaugh.
MARK: Even as a disembodied voice on your radio set, Rush was the best friend to millions of Americans.
MARK: I always arrive about half an hour beforehand and what Team EIB does is play half an hour of those parodies down the line to me at Ice Station EIB.
MARK: Sometimes you just never know where this show is gonna go, and that's what's kept it fresh for over three decades.
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