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Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by BobSacamano, Dec 4, 2012.
Well, well, well. Wiggy has 300K less followers than KG. Freudian slip by Wiggy?
The Pope doesn't follow anyone on twitter.
who does he think he is, the pope?
Pope used to follow Hitler.
There's no mention of The Pope in the Bible either.
I also thought it was great yesterday when George indicated that he had 3 million followers. Now THAT has got to kill Howard.
what the forum bot said.
Kathy Griffin is a Howard Stern box checker -- man-faced, painfully scrawny, titty-dress wearing, hacky homored -- he loves all of that! she'd also fit the AGT judge mold, with effortless ease. Howard might have just revealed his future co-worker
Especially now that buying fake followers has gone out of style, Howard and his gold-digging airhead wife must earn them the old fashion way.
The Pope follows no one! He likes his little boys to be "pure".
I thought that too but then thought she's too old. They probably want someone young and hip but what young, hip woman wants to sit next to Howard? Based on the ratings from this year it's obvious Howard is not relevant anymore.
If AGT decide to go the young route, she has no chance. But, if they decide to stick with their magic formula, Kathy Griffin would add the right kind of patronising fag-haggery that Sharon Osborne specialises in.
If someone told me a thing called "Twitter", where users could follow others via a 144 character message about what they just ate or how their shoes are fitting that particular moment, I wouldn't believe it.
She has a HUGE gay following. It's probably why Howard likes her so much.
The Pope just joined Twitter yesterday and won't start tweeting until Dec. 14 and now has over 400,000 followers. It's a slow build.
howard has already filled AGT's old, ugly, unfunny transvestite spot.
Margaret Cho said that George W. Bush would've been worse than Hitler...if he only applied himself.
More people will mourn the Pope's death than both Howard and Kathy combined though . . .