Hank Williams should be up there with Sinatra, Elvis and the Beatles. Before Hank you could not find a Country Western Radio Station North of the Mason Dixie Line and East of the Mississippi. But since then most of the Country Artists, including some that visit Imus in the morning, want to be portrayed as bar hopping, whiskey drinking, jaw cracking, heart breaking cowboys just like Hank was. There was Country Western before Hank, as there was Rock & Roll before Elvis, but like Elvis, he was the one that made you want to listen to it.
the Imus complains about a football team named after indians? Yet, he does not show similar restraints when it come to demeaning the Italians in this country. A country discovered by an Italian, named after an Italian and without the contribution of the Italians the history book of the western world would be very thin.
The Romans populated England form 400 years and created London from nothing. Imagine the English living here form 400 years. Our American blood would be pretty much over flowing with a British ancestry. How much of British blood is Italian....
up and at least try to be consistant in what you say ...
I am so addicted to Imus, that I changed from cable to Dish, just to watch this one show on RFD-TV. I think the show has toned down somewhat, but it's still the only show to watch in the morning. "Morning Joe" on MSNBC is no sub.
I am so addicted to Imus, that I changed from cable to Dish, just to watch this one show on RFD-TV. I think the show has toned down somewhat, but it's still the only show to watch in the morning. "Morning Joe" on MSNBC is no substitute, Mika B. is the only bright spot on that turkey. FOX news leaves me raging, and CNN just doesn't move me. As for the non-cable AM talk, they are aiming for the coffee-clatching gals who watch "The View," not my cup of tea. I think that Rob Bartlett's schtick is getting a little tired.
I thought I hated Imus until couldn't watch him and his show anymore! I love his surprising opinions and his politacal and musical guests. MSNBC made a terrible mistake right along with Imus. Get over it.
Love it, and was so happy to see Delbert McClinton again.I hope we don't lose RFD TV because then we lose Imus forever. His humanity overcomes any and all of his flaws. I think Imus grows with every obstical that is thrown in front of him and he also helps the rest of us grow with him. I wish many others had the nerve to say what he says and sometimes makes me very angry, but makes all of us address what is really out there and needs to be talked about in a very raw way. Don't make him go away, like it is easy to do sometimes. He's needed.
Imus looks like a desiccated mummy preserved in a cave in the Andes Mountains. He has to be at least 500 years old. His white, wispy hair makes him look like he belongs in a nineteen eighties hair band. I've never listened to his radio show, and I don't intend to start even though he's returning. It just bugs me that this dried-up old coot thinks he can comment on the physical appearance of others, especially young women who are going somewhere in life. Has he ever looked in the mirror? Perhaps because he has a young, hot wife he thinks he's a stud. Nothing could be further from the truth. No one would give him a second look if he didn't have money and fame. He should keep that in mind next time he opens his yap.
The Imus in the Morning radio program has been on MSNBC for 10 years now. TV is better for it. Don Imus uses his unique humor to analyze the current political and entertainment scene. His supporting cast only enhances the program. His brother Fred and wife Deidrie are frequent contributors to the program as well.
Respected television journalists stand in line to contribute to the program. Tim Russert, Andy Rooney, Mike Wallace and many, many others are frequent guests.
The program begins every morning at 6:00 Eastern and lasts 3 hours. Starting your day with this program is highly recommended.
Amazing Show, part of my daily ritual and makes me laugh every time. Imus is hilarious, and for a cynical, grumpy, octogenerian, he knows how to tell the news. The only problem is, Imus needs to be nicer to fatboy. He always claims that the "Fat Boy Lock of the Week" is incorrect in some way. Grand piece, possibly one of the greatest news/talk shows ever on MSNBC, and gives the station its identity. Imus may be cranky, but deep down he's a great person with a good sense of humor. Imus's western roots add flare to the program, and is original.
Don is quite a strange guy, to say the very least. Like every strange guy, he brings strange company, but entertaining company. Don is not shy, and this can bother some people. He will bring up things that others dare not do. He has guests that normal people couldn't care less about, yet he makes them interesting. He is the Jon Stewart to my morning.
Though always bitter, he gets the job done by putting just about the same quantity of spin the news as that hack Bill O'Rielly, yet he does it in an intentionally funny way. I hope this decrepid old man lives forever to complain when I am old and on my deathbed.
He is actually a sweet old man for what he does to help sick children, and a role model for the cronically cranky.
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