So… I was on the radio yesterday… being heard by the largest radio audience in history… talking with the self-proclaimed “lovable little fuzzball” — El Rushbo himself.
That’s right: I was on the Rush Limbaugh show.
My friend Jessica said that she felt like she knew a celebrity. Haha. While I am certainly not a celebrity, I must say that it is eerily odd how –as my beloved Lindsey readily notes– things of this nature just seem to happen to me on a regular basis.
Just a few years ago, I got through to the Sean Hannity radio program, scheduled a call with him to be recorded for the air, and regretfully failed to answer the call. Ugh. Most recently, though, I’ve met Greg Gutfeld, received responses from former U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) via both Facebook and Twitter, been retweeted by John Stonestreet, been on the air with Jamie Dupree (WSB Radio’s Washington correspondent) on the night of the most recent election, and been mentioned on the air by Erick Erickson, who has also replied to me via Twitter on a few occasions.
Odd. I know.
What’s even more baffling is that, despite what others might say [Ahem.]:
- I am hardly ever on Twitter.
- I don’t spend all that much time on Facebook.
- While talk radio is my primary means of keeping up with politics and the news, I’m hardly a constant listener. Most of my listening is done for short periods while driving or for a little while here and there only on a couple or so days a week.