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Even Rush Limbaugh can't really believe anything this stupid

Limbaugh: ******* now '10 percent smaller' and shrinking because of 'feminazis'

Rush Limbaugh on Thursday lashed out at feminists — who he called "feminazis" — over the news that male genitalia are shrinking.

The conservative radio host pointed to an Italian study which found that the average male ***** was 10 percent smaller than 50 years ago. Researchers cited weight gain around the waist, smoking, stress and environmental pollutants as factors.

But Limbaugh wasn't buying that explanation.

"I think it's feminism," he declared. "If it's tied to the last 50 years — the average size of [a male's] member is 10 percent smaller than 50 years — it has to be the feminazis, the chickification and everything else."

One problem with this stuff is that his more dimwitted fans often can't tell the difference between reality and (what surely must be) a put-on.
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Actually, it might be evidence of

global cooling. Devil

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"I was in the pool!!!!"

One of the best lines ever on Seinfeld:

ELAINE: It shrinks??? (shakes head) I don't know how you guys walk around with those things.

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