Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, Jan 25, 2016.
The Shackleford story is a really good story too, that was the crossing he was trying to replicate.
I mean, it's unfortunate that he died and all, but it is kind of badass at the same time. Talk about a real old-school way to die.
It'd be like dying from scurvy out at sea or some bubonic shit in a castle.
Thank G*D I keep my butt parked on the sofa.
At least he died doing what he loved. I guess.
We haven't had a good plague in a long time, we're due.
Do you think there will ever be a virus that wipes out 6 billion people and cannot be cured?
Not quite, but thanks for caring
Probably not all 6. 2 or 3 would be bad enough.
Oh, just saying there's danger everywhere. I have a very comfy couch, too, so this applies to me as well.
I just keep waiting patiently for the Zombie Apocalypse,
He had a wife. How about thinking of her before you you take your hike? But he just has to trek alone in the most uninhabitable conditions. If he had a radio for contact why didn't he call for help a little earlier? What some men will do to get away from the wife.
Brave but a stupid reason to die for especially with a family behind you
I hope it was worth it.
i wonder if he was trying to reach the Great Dome barrier
B.O.B. Just Started a Rap War With Neil DeGrasse Tyson Over His Flat Earth Tweets
Late last night, rapper B.O.B. let us all in on the little-known secret that the Earth is, in fact, flat. It was then that prominent astrophysicist and killjoy Neil DeGrasse Tyson decided to rain on his parade with “science” and “facts.” Undeterred, B.O.B. has now responded by dropping a diss track that features none other than Tyson himself.
It’s worth noting here that there’s also something called the “ice wall,” which is the towering expanse of maybe absolute zero, pitch black ice barriers at the edge of Antartica that may or may not go on forever and that no human could ever possibly explore.
Perhaps this will help explain: