RUSH: Let me ask you a question: When you think of days of the week, do you associate a color with each day like I do? I don't know where I got that. It doesn't mean anything. Like Monday is always like a black or dark brown to me. Tuesday is green. Wednesday is gray. Thursday is, like, a purple. Friday is yellow. Saturday is red. And Sunday is white. I mean, for some reason I associate colors with days of the week.
I don't know why. Do you do that? (interruption) You don't. That just means your mind is not as active as mine is. (interruption) Well, it means something. (laughing) Maimmone says, "We knew Snerdley's mind..." I do, I was think being it. I don't know what brought it to my mind. My whole life I've done that. It doesn't mean anything. I just associate colors with days of the week. In fact, it gave me an idea of writing a calendar app one day based on this, but I gave that up.
RUSH: Did you see the story, Hillary's pastor, have you seen it? Hillary's pastor, I haven't had a chance to see whether it's in a sermon or in something he said to her or what, but Hillary's pastor, it's a Townhall story, compared her election loss to Jesus's death. I got it right there. "Clinton's Pastor Compared Her 2016 Election Loss to Jesus's Death."
"You, our nation, our world, is experiencing a black Friday," said Rev. Bill Shillady. He wrote to Clinton one day after her defeat. "Our hope is that Sunday is coming. But it might well be hell for a while." That's in his note to her. Friday I see as yellow. That's not a day of the week to me that's black in the way I see things.
RUSH: Get this. It turns out that seeing colors, associating colors with days of the week or with numbers, is a thing. It's called synesthesia, s-y-n-e-s-t-h-e-s-i-a. Many creative people and artists have it. Google it. You'll see.