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The genius of Rush Limbaugh was his ability to use all he learned as a youngster in his later life as America’s top radio celeb.
Limbaugh learned about life mainly from his family and mistrusted everything else. Living in Cape Girardeau MO . the Klan and their weekly rituals and cross burnings , contributed to how Rush viewed the world around him ,especially in terms of race relations.

 

As a youngster little Rushie for the most part was a typical momma’s boy and this showed itself during the big family get togethers at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
This was the time when extended family and neighborly country boys would come over to talk and eat and to reminisce. But it was also the time when Mrs. Limbaugh kept a close eye on Rushie.
She didn’t want Rushie to turn out as some others did in Cape Girardeau.

 

After dinner , the men folk would unloose their bib overalls and head for the plush couches and bean bags Mr. Limbaugh had arranged for the guests.

And as night follows day Limbaugh’s dad would sneak into the master bedroom and emerge with two or more shoe boxes of racist memorabilia… The really hot items were the photos and postcards depicting the lynching of Blacks. The boys really enjoyed looking at the faces of the Blacks hanging from a variety of trees indigenous to MO.


Blacks hanging from lampposts were especially conversational because their in town location was easily identified by the over stuffed boys . They knew where it all took place and seemed as interested in the city landscape as they were glaring at the swollen faces and the big bloody open wounds on the necks and faces of the Blacks recently hanged.
It was all great fun. But Mrs. Limbaugh was at times visibly shaken by all this , even though she would get as much of a kick by these photos as anyone else. But the time Rushie started to sneak a peek at the lynched victims was when she warned Rush not to look at them. It might hurt his outlook on life in the future.

She would often tell Rush:" don’t hate the Colored man little Rushie; never call him a [African-American slur] .? Call him a colored man, that’s the nice thing to do.“Never use the N word O.K. lttle Rushie… "
And Rush would respond” O.K.momma… "

 

" Never be mean to the colored people Rushie , be nice to them, learn how to take advantage of their stupidity for your own benefit O.K. Rushie? "
This good advice stayed with Limbaugh throughout his formative years and he has indeed learned how to play the race card each day he’s on the air as America’s number one talk show host.
Limbaugh uses Blacks to his advantage at the same time avoiding all accusations of racism.

 

He learned how
to be a vile racist without using the N…Word on the air. And as a defense against racism charges he wisely hired a Black call screener.
He gets along well with him but if anyone has noticed he never invites him to any of the Golf courses Limbaugh routinely golfs at. The Country Club is America’s only remaining bastion of socially acceptable racism in America. And so MRS Limbaugh’s advice to little Rushie has paid him well.


Don’t hate the colored man little Rushie: Learn how to take advantage of his stupidity and he will rewards you greatly in your future"
Next time . I’ll show you how this collection of postcards and photos of lynched Blacks led to the creation of the successful business often advertised on the RUSH SHOW called LEGACY BOX.
Rush wanted to preserve the quality of these photos which were such an important part of Rush’s formative years and so: LEGACY BOX was formed and is now a thriving business thanks to the Genius of RUSH MAHARUSHIE LIMBAUGH!!

Rush Limbaugh’s early years were in great part influenced by everything within the cultural milieu of his day and time. Things were different then… Things in Cape Girardeau did not represent the vast changes taking place elsewhere in the country. It was here ,probably the last bastion of old time confederacy beliefs and values that formed El Rushbo’s thinking and worldview which he ably carried with him through to his middle years.

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All the lefties know about Rush's model upbringing and hate him for not having gang banging, drug dealing hoes to get out of jail.

 

So white, so civilized, so wealthy, so popular = dem vote for 100% wealth tax on all Republicans.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, lazaro said:

 

 
 
 

The genius of Rush Limbaugh was his ability to use all he learned as a youngster in his later life as America’s top radio celeb.
Limbaugh learned about life mainly from his family and mistrusted everything else. Living in Cape Girardeau MO . the Klan and their weekly rituals and cross burnings , contributed to how Rush viewed the world around him ,especially in terms of race relations.

 

As a youngster little Rushie for the most part was a typical momma’s boy and this showed itself during the big family get togethers at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
This was the time when extended family and neighborly country boys would come over to talk and eat and to reminisce. But it was also the time when Mrs. Limbaugh kept a close eye on Rushie.
She didn’t want Rushie to turn out as some others did in Cape Girardeau.

 

After dinner , the men folk would unloose their bib overalls and head for the plush couches and bean bags Mr. Limbaugh had arranged for the guests.

And as night follows day Limbaugh’s dad would sneak into the master bedroom and emerge with two or more shoe boxes of racist memorabilia… The really hot items were the photos and postcards depicting the lynching of Blacks. The boys really enjoyed looking at the faces of the Blacks hanging from a variety of trees indigenous to MO.


Blacks hanging from lampposts were especially conversational because their in town location was easily identified by the over stuffed boys . They knew where it all took place and seemed as interested in the city landscape as they were glaring at the swollen faces and the big bloody open wounds on the necks and faces of the Blacks recently hanged.
It was all great fun. But Mrs. Limbaugh was at times visibly shaken by all this , even though she would get as much of a kick by these photos as anyone else. But the time Rushie started to sneak a peek at the lynched victims was when she warned Rush not to look at them. It might hurt his outlook on life in the future.

She would often tell Rush:" don’t hate the Colored man little Rushie; never call him a [African-American slur] .? Call him a colored man, that’s the nice thing to do.“Never use the N word O.K. lttle Rushie… "
And Rush would respond” O.K.momma… "

 

" Never be mean to the colored people Rushie , be nice to them, learn how to take advantage of their stupidity for your own benefit O.K. Rushie? "
This good advice stayed with Limbaugh throughout his formative years and he has indeed learned how to play the race card each day he’s on the air as America’s number one talk show host.
Limbaugh uses Blacks to his advantage at the same time avoiding all accusations of racism.

 

He learned how
to be a vile racist without using the N…Word on the air. And as a defense against racism charges he wisely hired a Black call screener.
He gets along well with him but if anyone has noticed he never invites him to any of the Golf courses Limbaugh routinely golfs at. The Country Club is America’s only remaining bastion of socially acceptable racism in America. And so MRS Limbaugh’s advice to little Rushie has paid him well.


Don’t hate the colored man little Rushie: Learn how to take advantage of his stupidity and he will rewards you greatly in your future"
Next time . I’ll show you how this collection of postcards and photos of lynched Blacks led to the creation of the successful business often advertised on the RUSH SHOW called LEGACY BOX.
Rush wanted to preserve the quality of these photos which were such an important part of Rush’s formative years and so: LEGACY BOX was formed and is now a thriving business thanks to the Genius of RUSH MAHARUSHIE LIMBAUGH!!

Rush Limbaugh’s early years were in great part influenced by everything within the cultural milieu of his day and time. Things were different then… Things in Cape Girardeau did not represent the vast changes taking place elsewhere in the country. It was here ,probably the last bastion of old time confederacy beliefs and values that formed El Rushbo’s thinking and worldview which he ably carried with him through to his middle years.

 

You are a liar and are extremely envious of the success of Limbaugh, causing you to invent fantasy.

 

Why does the staff at the asylum allow you access to the internet?

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4 hours ago, lazaro said:

And as night follows day Limbaugh’s dad would sneak into the master bedroom and emerge with two or more shoe boxes of racist memorabilia… The really hot items were the photos and postcards depicting the lynching of Blacks.

 

Masterful.

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1 minute ago, teacher said:

Giddyup.

 

Remember the time he was walking around like wearing a hoodie (I think in Jersey) and a rookie female copper stopped him and asked for some ID. He said he didn't have any on him BUT has back some where he was staying. She got ribbed to death by her fellow officers for not knowing who he was.

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21 minutes ago, Old Mack said:

Remember the time he was walking around like wearing a hoodie (I think in Jersey) and a rookie female copper stopped him and asked for some ID. He said he didn't have any on him BUT has back some where he was staying. She got ribbed to death by her fellow officers for not knowing who he was.

 

Nope. I lean more towards the Heavy Metal.

 

See? Right there is why I wouldn't want to be famous. Walking around trying to hide.

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I saw them and Mark Farner was one of the best guiTARIST  I ever saw and I have been to a lot of concerts.

 

American Band is a great song as is I'm your Captain, Mean Mistreater, Inside looking out, Shelterway, etc, etc.

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