RUSH: Going to Los Angeles later this week, I got a couple days of shooting for The Haney Project, episode seven. We have two more to go, and we have to have ’em done by February 14th in order to make sure that the last two episodes air on time. We’re down to crunch time here. The final episode, February 11th, the weekend after the Super Bowl. It’s a 22-minute show, and each show requires about 20 hours. Well, it really doesn’t, but that’s just television. That’s just the way television is. Kathryn in Jacksonville, Florida, great to have you on the Rush Limbaugh program. Hi.
CALLER: Hello there, Rush. I have to tell you, I enjoyed watching the Hank Haney Project with you. I had no idea that it wasn’t going to be just four of you riding around playing golf. It was so much fun watching you learn the game from him and —
CALLER: — it was awesome.
RUSH: The learning hasn’t even started. Wait ’til you watch the next two episodes. The next two episodes — (laughing) —
RUSH: Ho-ho. Well, tomorrow’s episode is taken from six hours on the range with one club with no break.
CALLER: Well, when he had all of those balls, like 300 of them lined up —
CALLER: — with the tees in between them, I thought that was great. My 15-year-old son is learning from his brother-in-law right here on Amelia Island, Ed Bowe, and he’s just as crazy as Hank Haney, and I can’t wait for my son to watch the show with me now because he’s such a great golfer and he just thinks you’re awesome. He didn’t know you played golf.
RUSH: Well, I appreciate that, you’re very kind.
CALLER: I just had to tell you. And you’re so cool in your shorts, you get out there, have a good time.
CALLER: It was awesome. I want young kids to see you now, not just hear you, they need to see you play.
RUSH: I appreciate it.
CALLER: Very cool.
RUSH: I know it can’t hurt. You’ve got me in shorts tomorrow night or Obama in a suit at the House chamber. What would you choose?
CALLER: I think I’d rather have you in anything.
RUSH: That’s exactly my point. But, you know, the Haney —
CALLER: Congratulations that you married a Kathryn. That’s my name, and I was very happy to hear that.
RUSH: Well, even better. Thank you very much.
CALLER: You’re welcome. Have a great day.
RUSH: Thanks, Kathryn, you do the same. You know, The Haney Project for me, it’s just like in life, it’s what you learn after you know everything that matters and one of the reasons that I did this.