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James Golden (Bo Snerdley)
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Radio Personality
    Born in Buffalo, New York
    Call screener for The Rush Limbaugh Show
    Producer/Executive for Premiere Networks (formerly Premiere Radio Networks)
    He resembles Jason Whitlock.
    His main function is as a token for the Rush Show.
    He seems somewhat aware of this as his Twitter bio reads 'a/k/a The Official Obama Criticizer' (long form: 'African-American-in-good-standing-and-certified-black-enough-to-criticize-Obama guy').
    His role with the Rush Limbaugh Show expanded exponentially around 2008-2009, following Barack Obama's assuming the Presidency.
    His voice was rarely ever actually heard on the Limbaugh Show.
    The name 'Snerdley' was heard regularly on the show, but Limbaugh wasn't always referring to him (it was a generic name Rush had been using for his listeners/call screeners - male and female - since his early days in radio).
    He attended City University of New York between 1973 and 1976.
    He turned down the verified 'blue check mark' for his Twitter account.
    In his early twenties, he worked at radio station WWRL as a Marketing and Research Director and later served as the station's first Music Research Director.
    His involvement with the Rush Limbaugh production team actually dates back to Rush's short-lived television show, which aired from 1992 through 1996.
    During a show in 2004, Rush was not at the microphone for the last segment of the second hour (roughly ten seconds), and took the mic to say: 'This is Bo Snerdley, Rush will be right back on the EIB Network (Excellence in Broadcasting).' It was one of the rare times his voice was heard prior to 2008.
    He spoke for roughly five minutes with Rush about the incident with Cambridge police's arrest of Henry Louis Gates.
    He requested and received air time to air a five-minute rant criticizing those opposed to Rush Limbaugh's potential bid to buy the St. Louis Rams, which he later dropped (October 16, 2009).
    He was close friends with Limbaugh, and the two seemed to authentically share many of the same views.

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