Like the Weekly Standard, Rush Limbaugh seems to be turning a blind eye to Ted Kennedy's death, at least on the web. So I tuned in to WRKO to see what Limbaugh is saying on air--only to discover that WRKO has bumped him, due to Kennedy's passing, and is instead running local programming from Tom Finneran and Avi Nelson.
It's not clear what other changes might be in store today at WRKO. I'll be very, very disappointed if I don't get to hear Howie Carr's take on Kennedy's death in a few minutes--though if Carr does weigh in, I'm guessing he'll be as sober and respectful as he was when Kennedy was first diagnosed.
This evening, though, I wouldn't be surprised to see WRKO to bump Michael Savage, who--unlike Carr--demonstrated no such restraint when news of Kennedy's sickness broke. (BTW, Savage isn't mentioning Kennedy online either.)