THE REAL STORY OF THANKSGIVING – Rush Limbaugh

You are missed.

David DeGerolamo

      
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strider 777
strider 777
13 days ago

Rest in peace, Rush. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

Mae Bee
Mae Bee
13 days ago
Reply to  strider 777

…and to you and yours!

tom finley
tom finley
13 days ago

Started listening to Rush in the early 90’s, have missed him since.

Hammer's Thor
13 days ago

Heard Rush for the first time on his second day on the air as a national host as I was driving a U-Haul across the country. Think I was in Oklahoma, looking for something to listen to. Was a fan ever since. Think that made me a charter listener. Miss him. Thanks for posting this… always enjoyed hearing this story.

Jane
Jane
13 days ago
Mae Bee
Mae Bee
13 days ago
Reply to  Jane

Thanksgiving Day greetings to you, too, Jane.

Robert Orians
Robert Orians
13 days ago

Let me give thanks today for my wifes sweet potatoes . Here’s the story . About twenty years ago I sent my wife and Mother down to Florida to visit with our oldest Daughters family . They had moved from the Buckeye to Orlando and the women had been missing them a lot . On the drive back to Ohio the girls stopped at a little restaurant in Georgia right near the Florida border . The parking lot was packed and Kate knew that was a good sign . It was a couple of days after Thanksgiving and turkey with all the sides was still on the menu . After tasting the sweet potatoes Kate started questioning the waitress about the sweet taters . The gal then went back to the kitchen and brought the cook , a little old Georgia lady back to the table . She took my wife back to the kitchen where she was in the middle of cooking a batch of those precious taters and showed her step by step how to cook them Southern Style which is completely different from anything we had ever had before up north . We have them regularly year round now that we have been properly educated on the art of Southern Sweet Potatoes . All these years we thought we just liked them but now we find we dearly love them . Where else can you compliment and question a waitress and cook and get schooled on the art I ask you ? Try that in New York and see how it goes . We have prayed a blessing on those Southern ladies many times since . Have a great Thanksgiving and enjoy those Sweet Taters ! We are ! True story !

Mae Bee
Mae Bee
13 days ago
Reply to  Robert Orians

😋. Nice true story! 🍠

Citizen Joe
Citizen Joe
13 days ago

I miss Paul Harvey. “And now, the rest of the story”.

strider 777
strider 777
12 days ago
Reply to  Citizen Joe

Yes, Mr. Harvey was a great American patriot. I miss him too.

Not So Free
Not So Free
12 days ago
Reply to  strider 777

I have many of his broadcasts on cassette to this day.
You can still find many of them on youtube.

tom finley
tom finley
12 days ago
Reply to  strider 777

As was George Putnam

Not So Free
Not So Free
12 days ago

Went to his TV show back in ’94 just before the election. Was quite a bus trip.
Miss him.

Elmo
Elmo
11 days ago

Thanks for posting this, David. Rush was the best friend I never met for over 30 years. I miss him today like I would a departed brother.
After he passed I pretty much hung up the Peltor headphones for good and life hasn’t been the same since.
Before I go, here’s my favorite Golden Oldie from the Grooveyard of Forgotten Favorites.
Ladies and Gentlemen, put your hands together for the Edward Hawkins Singers!
Rush Hawkins Singers Thank the Lord, Rush LImbaugh’s on -- YouTube
Love you, Rush.