LIMBAUGH LETTERS : More Truths About . . . ?

Rosenberg's column about Limbaugh failed to mention one very salient fact--the TV show is boring. His basic problem is that he only has one or two minutes of original material each day. This can carry the radio show, punctuated as it is by news, ads and phone calls. And, of course, while listening to radio, you get on with other tasks such as exchanging gunfire on the 405. But, as a TV monologuist, Limbaugh is about as entertaining as twilight sleep.


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