Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MutteringJohn, Mar 21, 2013.
I have that glass!
they're also having champagne ham glazed with pineapple slices!
Is that leavened bread on a Passover Seder table?
Even worse...it looks like corn bread, and corn it a no-no on Passover.
LMAO that couldn't be her table the OP is fucking with us. there's not one passover item on that table. i have faith they're both not complete fucktards.
I meant the seeded, white bread toast though.
Also? Carbs, carbs and more carbs on that table.
Please, if that were Beth's anything photo 3/4's of it would be her face
I'm not a Shop-guy, but yeah, if I could I'd Shop her puss covering half the picture, nuzzling the bread.
I was going to say, Beth bought a 9.99 card table at Target for Passover?
Something tells me this is not a passover seder table.
vash got her figured out
Beth has no soul, for someone to totally disrespect Howard and Howards family with that Holiday card, totally ignoring Howard and his family being jewish, there is no way she would even acknowledge the Passover holiday
I thought Howard was an avowed atheist. He's always mocking people for believing in their "imaginary friend in the sky". If he has any kind of Passover observance, or Easter too, for that matter, than he is an even bigger hypocrite than all of us thought.
On Passover, Howard should just break out the babysitter porn, whack off and go to sleep.
Someone here once put together a Hannukah spoof featuring Beffie and Emily Stern. It was a riot - I can't remember all of it but I do remember something about Beff trying to get into Emily's house and calling "Happy Hannicane!" or something like that.
Anyone know where I can find that? It was amazing.
He's not an atheist. He's an agnostic. He does believe in "a higher power" of some kind because he's even mentioned praying at a synagogue as recently as a few years ago when some crisis occurred in his life recently.
And, to his credit, he even acknowledged this sort of cognitive dissonance (saying one thing and then doing or saying the exact opposite) by affirming that he's not even really clear how he feels about "the whole God thing."
I think he believes in God when he needs something. Otherwise, he thinks it's stupid and he thinks everyone else who regularly believes is stupid.
Basically, he's a douche about the whole God thing.