Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by todd packer, Mar 10, 2016.
He's writing a book about it.
Omg...nobody fckn cares anymore
Too Fat To Push
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Oh good. Another book of lies and fake rehashed 90s stories from Artie.
I did it all for the Bookie
I love how everyone is a "brother" or "like family". Fuck off.
Artie on the phone: "Hey Tony, it's Artie. Listen, I can't meet with you today and do some writing 'cause I got a real bad cold or something---*cough* *cough*. It must the bug that's been goin' around. So I'll talk to you later. Bye."
Since he has done virtually nothing since the last book, what th fuck is this going to be about. Stories about how he couldn't make it from his bedroom to the mic in the kitchen to do the podcast for all his fans, errrrrrrr suckers?
I figure Bozza has heard EVERY story by now. And if they werent good enough for the 1st book, then failed to make the cut for the 2nd.....
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Unless he has a story where he had to get out of town because he owed a leg breaker money he didn't have, I don't see how this story works. Will it just be anecdotes about bad beats? Every gambler has had those but they can't be teased into a book. It's not like he has interpersonal relationships where he could have a story about making a play while at his kids little league game
I hate to say it, but i will - Watch for a major meltdown, relapses and or other serious negative event in Artie's life, in the not too distant future. This, and how he's doing much better, and is much wiser, will provide ample content for the next book.
Possible titles include, "Fat Phoenix Rising," "How to Make Lots of Money Without Really Trying," or how about, "Unlimited Chances - The Artie Lange Story".
I wonder if Wigward will interview Artie when he begins to promote the book? I don't know why he wouldn't.
Boy, sure can't wait for more Artie bookie stories.
I'm betting that nobody buys his shitty gambling book.
that's funny ^^
It's going to be fiction this time. It's a novels about a Gold digger who comes to live with a rich guy. The story ends when the rich guy getting cat scratch fever and crocks and the gold digger moves in with Nacho.
How does Artie have any money left?
Anyone that actually gambles on sports has no interest in hearing about someone else's bad beats. It's like hearing about someone else's fantasy football team. ZZZZZZZZ
However, sounds like this book is a cash grab and he also sold that shore house that was bleeding him dry. So there's that.
I still have no idea why anyone is paying for that podcast. My guess is he's counting on those that just forget to cancel each month to keep it semi- profitable.