Listening to Rush on the Bush Train Route

RUSH: We have a caller from Spring, Texas, which is on the route for the train that will be carrying the body of George H. W. Bush on a two-hour-plus trip to its final resting place. This is Debbie in Spring, Texas. Welcome. Great to have you here.

CALLER: Thank you. It’s awesome to talk to you. Mega dittos.

RUSH: You bet!

CALLER: So I’m out here with about 500 people waiting for the train to go by, shout out to the Klein fire department behind me and just wanted to call and tell you that we’re all pretty patriotic here in Texas and we’re waiting for the train.

RUSH: It’s raining, it looks like.

CALLER: It is raining. But it’s just sprinkling right now.

RUSH: What’s the temperature?

CALLER: Hang on a second. I’m in the car, 55.

RUSH: Fifty-five degrees. All right.

CALLER: Yes. We got kids, we got old people, we got veterans. We got a veteran I just met, he’s listening to you in his earbuds here.

RUSH: With his earbuds, ah! We can imagine what he’s doing with his earbuds. Hello, guy, with your earbuds. We know he’s listening to the EIB Network. Well, Debbie, thanks for the call. I appreciate it.