Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Listening to Limbaugh:

Is Rush about to have a stroke?

Since the election, he's been talking veryveryfast and with a much more acid tone. Almost as if he's hopped up on speed.

Before the election, he spoke in a more normal (for Limbaugh) radio-host voice. But now, he's up half an octave and almost seems as if he doesn't have much to offer his listeners except a "performance" of a barely-coherent incredibly angry man.


"he doesn't have much to offer his" voters "except a "performance" of a barely-coherent incredibly angry man."

One word change and you have McCain and the other Republicans.

I wonder how many of his listeners are "ditto-heads" and how many are tuning in to hear what the enemy has to say. Any idea of numbers?

By Anonymous Rockie the Dog, at 11/12/2008 12:26 PM  

I'd guess that his numbers have fallen, partly because people are tired of politics (throughout the political spectrum) and partly because Limbaugh has nothing to argue about since Obama isn't in office yet.

I'm sure he still has plenty of listeners relative to the industry, and he's not going away soon, but there will be some Arbitron figures we'll learn about in the months ahead.

By Blogger Quiddity, at 11/12/2008 1:55 PM  

His pitch went higher during the onset of deafness, I recall.

Maybe the cochlear implants need to be redone.

I wish this hateful liar would retire and enjoy his multi-millions.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/12/2008 10:20 PM  

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