RUSH: Dan in St. Louis. Hello, sir. Welcome to the EIB Network.
CALLER: Mega-rank amateur dittos, Rush.
RUSH: Hey, I’m glad you recognize the way it is.
CALLER: That’s right. Hey, we enjoy listening to you — my wife and I — on the 50,000 watt blowtorch KMOX.
RUSH: Thank you, sir.
CALLER: They have two great pictures of you up in their hallway lobby.
RUSH: Only two? I
CALLER: Well, you?ll have to ask them and see if they’ll put more up.
RUSH: No, I never ask. I don’t demand. This will get me probably a week of criticism next week on their morning show, but nevertheless…
RUSH: What was it you called about?
CALLER: The Swedish psychologist, the Swedish psychologist babe who said that she doesn’t date any men who stand up when going to the bathroom.
RUSH: Yeah, that’s true.
CALLER: How does she
RUSH: The splash factor.
CALLER: You know, some men are pretty good at not having the splash factor.
RUSH: No, no, no, no. There is a splash factor. What men don’t generally do is deal with it afterwards. This woman probably goes in with invisible ink and just finds any evidence of splash anywhere in there. But you’re right. How does she know? She has to go in and check after, or she asks them.
CALLER: Okay. I thought maybe she had to actually stand in there when they were doing it.
RUSH: Well, look it. With this bunch, anything is possible. The story didn’t get into that detail. Here’s the thing. They quoted her boyfriend. The boyfriend said, ?Okay, if that’s what I have to do — sit down while urinating — that’s what I’ll do.? What is happening here?
CALLER: Oh, man.
RUSH: It’s one thing to be told to bring home a loaf of bread and a box of milk or whatever after work, but to sit here and take that kind of command?
CALLER: Well, let me tell you something. My wife strongly encouraged me to call you and take a stand for men standing.
RUSH: Well, that’s good. See, and it feels good, doesn’t it?
CALLER: It sure does.
RUSH: Take a Stand for Men Standing. You can lead the movement. It sounds like you have what it takes.