Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by SomerSky, Dec 17, 2014.
We should be ashamed of ourselves....
Where are these fat fireman?
I can't speak for the rest of the country, but FDNY are pretty damn fit.
Police officers and firemen should be thin. Cooks should be fat. Radio workers would be the fattest. Look at the Stern staff.
Nothin makes me lose a boner faster than when I roll over to witness some obese masseuse about to give me my well deserved happy ending. Oh, and fuck donut eating faggot cops as well.
radio guys are ALL fat slobs almost without exception. Only one I ever met who wasnt was Neil Rogers he looked like an end stage Aids patient. His protégé Bob "blob" Lassiter literally ate himself to death and Phil Hendrire ain't far behind.
When I started in computers it was the same all 400lb chain smokers ...Now it's more normal sized ppl and thank God smoking indoors is illegal here
Why is it okay for cops to be obese? who the hell are they going to chase? small wonder they shoot first.....
Cops in my town work out.
I'm surprised school teachers are not on that list. They seem to force feed them there and it is a requirement to be at least 100lbs. overweight.
I remember one that when she walked, you literally felt the floor shake.
Isn't it true AmishGirl? A majority of Clark County teachers are obese.
obese police, fireman really should be let go
not sure you can fire someone for being a fat ass but they really should
and that dancing cop should get a little something extra in his pay for enjoying himself
Dairy farmers. We eat our mistakes.
Cops give you happy endings?
I dunno about that; this was back home in Cleveland. Although I don't doubt it here as well ....
Reading comprehension was never really your thing, huh?
So sweet of you to notice....
Have either one of you guys ever been to that Clark County Heritage Museum and saw the fat guy with the big white beard from Pawn Stars?
Not all cops, Indian chiefs and construction workers are from the Village People.
Native American Chiefs & Building Techs, please.
I've been to the museum; didn't see that guy though. I enjoyed looking at the old houses.