BRETT: We got up every day, we went to the show, we had a lot of fun, we laughed and laughed and were amazed on a consistent basis by the performance.
BRETT: And you think about that, and it's eight years ago, and Rush is reflecting on that sort of a wonderment.
BRETT: We were brought to this place at this time for a specific reason, and Rush understood the glory and the power and the passion that was out there in this country.
CALLER: I can't think of a single personality, individual, who has ever been able to hold an audience of any size, let alone the size of his audience, for that amount of time.
BRETT: There has been nobody like him and will not be anybody like him moving forward. Brilliance. Absolute brilliance.
BRETT: Here's a song request from a longtime caller hearkening back to the early days of the show and some of the memorable bits that Rush did.
BRETT: An unbelievable connection between this man, half a world away — Sergeant Clay from the U.K. — and Rush Limbaugh.
BRETT: He's taking this listener on this journey and explaining how this all kind of morphed and changed.
BRETT: I think you put right there with Ronald Reagan — the inspiration that he was — our own Rush Limbaugh.
Brett Winterble hosted today's tribute to America's Anchorman. Read stories about Rush in Brett's Stack of Stuff.