Warning Letter Found at the Imus Ranch
"F the Imus Ranch
The people here are enslaving us. They work you until your fingers bleed, no B.S. They don't give a S--- if you are home sick. They give you fake meat, the food is S---. You do four hours of chores, it is a concentration camp. Hide your electronics and candy. They are Nazi's F-ing Nazi's. This isn't a joke, good luck."
That's exactly the way it was read on the air this morning. We don't know if they wrote out the cuss words in the letter or not.In response to a Fortune Magazine article former General Electric CEO Jack Welch appeared on Hardball last night. The reaction from Imus is that Mr. Welch should be put to sleep and he made a fool of himself. Imus informed us that Mr. Welch has a proclivity for being chummy with the ladies. Imus said there is, “no grass growing under Jack's wiener,” and that Mr. Welch's nickname at GE was, “Jack the zipper.”
Charles McCord has a piano recital scheduled for September 14, 2006, maybe.
Imus reported that the Senate gutted the Combating Autism Act. We will see if Senator Dodd is a man of his word and stands up for the poor little children with autism or just ignores them.
Christopher Whitcomb the author of, White: A Novel, and several other books appeared on Imus this morning. He discussed the internal Iraq problems, saying that he believes the war is no longer a matter of terrorists or insurgents. He thinks it's a full blown civil war of Shiites against Sunni.
There is one child out at the ranch this session with a rare brain tumor. The child is restricted in that he can't lift his hands above above his shoulders. Wyatt came up with a great idea on how the child could participate in the rodeo activities. He suggested that the child rope sidearm instead of swinging the rope above his head. The child ended up getting 20 in a row yesterday.
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman pointed out that his opponent Ned Lamont has taken five different positions for getting the United States out of Iraq. Lieberman went on to say he has no regrets for his support of the war.
New York Times columnist David Brooks thinks Joe Lieberman will pull out a win in the election. He feels Lieberman is the clear choice in the race for senator from Connecticut.
Lou Rufino played Atlantic City by Levon Helm/The Band. It doesn't get much better than Levon Helm.
Great show today I laughed my ass off.