Larry King Doesn't Listen to Rush Limbaugh, and Other Insights on the Eve of His Retirement

Larry King offers some words of wisdom to Esquire as he prepares to leave his show after 25 years on the air. The host's musings on life include the following observations: "Michael Jordan is a great name," "billionaires never say they're billionaires," and Frank Sinatra was a sad, lonely man at the end of his life. Also:

I haven't heard Rush Limbaugh in ten years. The last time I heard him, he told an absurd lie. I could never listen again.

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