Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by YodaQuiversStern, Jul 21, 2016.
do you get an alert everytime she posts on instagram?
Aw what a sweet kitty
He's so pathetic.
Aww what a cute baby
I can sort of get why someone would record something like this. It's posting it for everyone to see that I don't understand.
So that's how the other half lives!
How is posting this better than not posting this?
He sounds thrilled to make that video for her.
"...I'll leave you alone."
I Wonder if Beefus is going with red or white tonight?
You shouldn't talk like that.
Can't stand the LIVS. We had an awful experience there. When our 14yo cat was diagnosed with cancer last December, we were referred to the LIVS. The receptionist was probably just a student getting some extra cash because she was about as bright as a 20 watt bulb. She kept asking what type of dog we had. We saw Dr. Nicole Liebman who was about as warm as Alaska in January. Dr. Mengele had better bedside manner. She was very stern (no pun intended) and when we started to ask questions about potential treatments, she shushed us up and said our cat would need $12,000 dollars worth of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. When we asked about other options she rolled her eyes and said that there are other options but not as effective and if we want our cat to survive we must choose the chemo and radiation. It turns out that LIVS is a referral office for veterinary oncology and Dr. Leibman doesn't actually have a practice there. There are no facilities for radiation treatments on Long Island. The nearest is in Manhattan. We left there very depressed and after consulting our regular vet, she said we could try the Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center in Westbury. She was unfamiliar with their staff but that we had nothing to lose.
What a difference! The staff was great and took an active interest in our cat and us. Dr. Michael Linderman was our cats oncologist. Knew his stuff. Was up on all the latest drugs and treatments. He keep our regular vet informed about what we were doing. Unfortunately the type of cancer our cat had was very aggressive and the odds of survival were very low even with the best treatments. So he recommended we try some experimental drugs that are approved for cancer treatments for pets in Europe but are still under trials by the FDA here. He got us on the FDA trial study so we could try out the drugs. It showed some promise early on but unfortunately the cancer was too aggressive and spread. We lost our cat in May but the people at VCA were great. The whole staff sent us sympathy cards! They were all really involved, which helped us through a tough time.
Sorry about all that but I had to vent.
Jeez, could you imagine that? Your computer would be popping off all fucking day long.
What's he saying Robin?
He is saying Long Island vets are shitty vets. I did a thread with all the yelp reviews and although they have a 3.5 out of 5 rating or something like that, if you go to the ratings that don't count, most of them are a 1.
And from the review below we now know why Beth gets all her kittens eyes removed, she doesn't have enough sense to get a second opinion. LIVS seem to be knife happy.
Sorry for your loss. Glad there was sort of a happy ending. I go to a VCA here in Ohio and they are great people as well.
Nope, I just go and check her Instagram when I get bored of all the threads here in the Stern forum. Seriously, the Stern forum has become the Trump forum.
if hes in NY that may be ok. not in FL. fuck wig, he stole my avatar's hairdo
At least he didn't Yiddish-ize it and say "shnooze."
(I bet he stole that bit from Ben Stern, by the way.)
i talk to the cat too