Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh took on Twitter during his show today, saying "I'm too famous to be on Twitter."
Many politicians, athletes, and actors use the microblogging service.
Later in the show, Limbaugh admitted that he often instant messages with friends during political events and said that his insights might be well suited for Twitter.
In the end, the high-profile host called Twitter a "vast wasteland" and said that the Twitterverse might need him. Thus, he would "ponder" creating an account.