Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Ruffypup, May 1, 2015.
If JD hated Beth before that comment... just imagine the angst... now :
He is not an English majoe.
I don't know, leave me alone .......
She's jealous of his huge natural tits.
In my opinion, nobody who thinks "whenever" and "when" are synonyms speaks English. JD doesn't even seem to know that "when" is a word.
The wonk is strong in that picture.
I like when he pronounces "th-" as "d". The becomes "duh", there becomes "dere", that becomes "dat", along with many others.
Absolute hate everything regarding JD. Hate when they take this social retard who should not be allowed in society and are relentless in making fun of him and Also just get enraged that a human in his 30s cannot string together even one single coherent sentence.
JD must have been raised in the woods. He doesn't seem to know how to do anything.
Maybe I take things for granted, but at least my mother taught me how to talk and hold a fork.
I think he might be autistic.
Yup. Beefus' breasts are 100-percent natural. No chance they are the result of a botched/cheap/plug-bartered boob job.
The fat fuck speaks mealymouth.
Those tits work independently from one another!
Since I distrust everything on that show now, is that inarticulate fuck just an act???
I hate him
I think this may have been discussed....strikes me as a mild form of Autism known as Asperger's Syndrome. My son has it and we are seeing a shrink for it.
Very bright in school, but slow physical development...awkward socially, very picky eater, hyper-focus on video games or TV shows, avoids eye contact with adults, that kind of stuff. (He's 17)
JD has hit the lottery with this job - single focus ("get the clip") and that is why he is so strange when they bring him out of his hole.
There are several forms of treatment.....some kids react well to simple individual or group therapy and coaching. Some need ADD meds to help keep their minds from wandering too far in school. And, unfortunately, in some it leads to depression and then addiction. Every doc we have talked to keeps bringing up diet and exercise too as ways to combat it. Drinking lots of water, break a sweat every day, watch the sugar.
It's a weird thing - you really don't see it in your kid until someone describes the symptoms or you see it in someone else. (JD)
Not sure it's an act but Fred drops more stuttering clips when ever he starts to stutter. Hard to tell what's real.
I love the idea of sending JD to finishing school.
I would tune in for that.
JD needs to bang his siblings like Beth did. That will straighten out his tongue.
Hopefully you can avoid the meds for your son. The few people I know that were on add meds all turned into drug addicts. Anecdotal evidence of course but I just don't believe kids need mind bending drugs.