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Rush Limbaugh to Speak at Conference on World Affairs


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This post originally appeared in the Blue Line’s 2012 April Fool’s issue.

The City of Boulder and the University of Colorado, Boulder are pleased to announce that Rush Limbaugh, well-known talk show host, will speak at the 64th annual Conference on World Affairs.  He will broadcast his regular three-hour fair  and balanced radio show from Macky Auditorium on April 1.

Many important Boulder and CU campus organizations worked together to urge the CWA to invite Mr. Lambaugh to speak at the conference, including the Communist Club, Socialists in Society, Occupy the Flatirons, Occupy U-Hill, Women’s  Health Clinic,, Vegan Justice League, CU Constitutional Caucus, Vagina Monologues VDay Mission, Snobs Against Student Slavery, Sports Against Title IX, Ralphie and the Prairie Dogs, PETA Boulder, Fashionistas and  Feminazis for Rush, Atheists for Religion, Veterans for Viagra, Big Oil Blog, the Fracking Fraternity, Campaign to End Campaigns, Save the Whales and Coyotes, Old Hippies Never Die, Cold Dead Handguns Club, Texting Indoctrinated  Students for Peace, Boulder Unplanned Parenthood, Robotic Rich Dudes for Romney, Nobel Laureates for Creationism, and Rocky Flats Resort.

Mr. Limbaugh says that he is excited to come to Boulder and while here plans to hike our Open Space trails, do some climbing in Eldorado Canyon, and teach a yoga class at Naropa University.  He also says he plans to run in the Bolder Boulder and is in training for the USA Pro Cycling Challenge to be held in Boulder in August.  Celestial Seasonings will sponsor a luncheon for Mr.Limbaugh at the Dushanbe Tea House; all vegan food served will be locally grown, organic, lactose and gluten free and purchased from Boulder’s Farmers Market. Mr.Limbaugh will then distribute free contraceptive pills and condoms to all CU students who are on food stamps and all NIST, NOAA, NCAR, NREL, CIRES AND JILA employees and interns.

On the panel with Mr. Limbaugh will be Sandra Fluke, Georgetown Law School student, and Tracie McMillan, author of “The American Way of Eating.”  The topic will be “How to Exterminate Prairie Dogs in Boulder and Liberal Professors at CU.”  As of press time it is not yet confirmed that Rupert Murdoch and Joseph Kony will attend the CWA conference.

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