KEN: Have you watched what’s going on in Washington? I’m sure you have. Washington will no longer have cheerleaders. We’re done with cheerleading. Who in the world wants to see physically fit women dancing and clapping anyway? So, for the first time since the NFL’s longest-running cheerleading team was established in 1962, there will be a mixed dance team in its place.
Finally, men will have the opportunity to be part of the NFL. (choking) Oh, my God. We need to rename the team. They were the Redskins, remember, and there were some white people awake that were very offended by it. Why don’t you call the team the Washington Wokies?
You serve Woca-Cola, you have an alarm clock-a-palooza at halftime, everyone goes out and keeps their distance, they wear their masks completely above their heads just so much diversity is there, and one more once Rush Limbaugh had a name for this year. . It’s here.
RUSH: In a really pathetic report, it’s deeply disturbing. We recently spoke in this program about the chickification of American culture, the feminization of American universities, the chickification of the information business. From The Associated Press, it’s about a Melissa Dutton story, and it’s about man showers. Brian, you went to one of these last week, a man shower.
“‘Man showers’ are becoming popular for pre-marriage bonding between men.” It is pathetic. “When Jonathan Morris’s daughter was planning her wedding, he thought the groom was being neglected. He therefore planned a “man shower” reserved for men to welcome Brian Wigand into the family. The party included manly snacks, games and gifts.
“It seemed like there was a lot of hype for the ladies and not too much for the guys,” said Morris of Maple Valley, Wash. “Showers for the bride and groom are a growing trend in the wedding industry,” said Allana Baroni, the entertainment expert. Have you heard of it, Snerdley? Is it a growing trend?
Other than Brian going to a baby shower, I haven’t heard of a growing trend in men’s showers. Of course, I’m not very familiar with weddings, don’t go too much. (interrupt) Yeah, that’s right. It was a couples shower, but you went anyway. “Showers for the bride and groom are a growing trend in the wedding industry,” says Allana Baroni, a woman.
“This is another example of bride and groom abandoning their stereotypical roles,” she said, noting that bridesmaids and groomsmen are increasingly common. This does not mean that they are abandoning the tradition. For Rob Wise, the men’s shower was a warm-up, not a substitute for a bachelor party. “It was a precursor, a chance to bring the guys together and let off some steam,” he said.
“Highlights of the [man shower] included playing soccer, drinking games and Rock Band, a video game where players play in virtual groups. (Interrupt) No, there is no stripper. Guess the stripper is the bachelorette party. But we hear nothing about the bachelor party in this story. We only hear about the shower man.
“’First of all, it was about getting all my friends together in one place,” said the Baton Rouge, Louisiana resident. “It meant a lot to everyone to mingle before they got to the wedding.” But understand this. This is what helped me in this story: “Men also recognize that showers are a great way to acquire the tools and other necessities needed to maintain a home,” said Abby Buford, another woman, said. – words from Lowe’s Home Improvement stores, which launched an online marriage registry in 2006. ”
So, the purpose of the men’s shower is to teach men how to clean. “It’s a great way to acquire the tools and other necessities needed to maintain a home.” So anyway, showers, if you have a son who is going to get married soon, don’t be surprised if someone comes and says to you, “We have to take a shower for the groom too”, in addition to the bachelor party. And note that this is an idea (laughing) straight out of the female brain, by a wedding planner. Would you make one, Snerdley? If you were to get married, would you …? (to laugh)
KEN: Wow. I don’t even like the name of the shower. Anyway, 800-282-2882. I am Ken Matthews on the BEI network as we celebrate the wisdom and great insight of Rush Limbaugh – and it is just amazing. Day after day, this rings true. Day after day, you can insert it directly into current events – especially in Washington or elsewhere. It’s amazing when you think about it. And you don’t get it anywhere else.
We expected this from journalists, remember? Remember to watch things like Dateline or 20/20 or 60 minutes or whatever, you would watch these shows, and you would be like (impression), “Oh, we’re going to get a preview. We’re going to get the truth about the exploded tire, or we’re going to have the truth… ”I don’t know why I’m speaking with this accent. I am sorry. It just happened.
We’re going to get the truth about the exploded tire or the drug company or whatever. We’re going to have the truth, we’re going to have the insight, we’re going to have both sides. There is going to be a debate. Everything is dead now. Dead. And to make sure he’s never alive again, the censorship is there to stop you, to stop me, to ban your website, to follow your decisions – and the icing on the cake is to take pictures of your red hat if you’re in the wrong city at the wrong time.