Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MobyDick, Jul 7, 2016.
He has hard on for the wide-angle lens.
It looks like someones grandma started taking karate all the while having a really shitty early 2000's soundtrack to her adventures playing in the background. The late 90s/early 2000s was the absolute toilet for music in just about every genre. I can't watch anymore of this. I gave it about enough time to write this retarded post, roughly a minute.
This should be in the encyclopedia and dictionary for the explanation of a douchebag.
Fun to watch.
Why haven't we met a girlfriend?
Love Roth but i made it 2mins
He has to be a big fag.
i love the guy, but his voice sounds like shlt (even after the heavy processing)
Remember his bluegrass album ??
This cartoon really nailed the essence of DLR
As a yuge Van Halen fan growing up, it's been hard as shit to root for DLR since about 1991. Matter of fact, its been pretty damn embarrassing. Loved the reunion album though.
His autobiography was pretty funny
I liked his first and second solo records but yeah the last 25 years haven't been kind
I remember during an interview before taking over howard's show he was asked how he felt about it, he laughed and said "it ain't no heavy liftin"..haha he completely tanked
my coworker went to high school with them all and went to eddie's wedding..
he said dave was always a pompous ass
First couple of chapters I liked then it became like trying to read with his voice in your head. All over the place and fairly unintelligible.
I say all this and yet I've seen him solo and with the reunion era VHS multiple times. Glutton for punishment.
When I am elected poster of the year, this is place is going to be...
Knew a girl back in the late 80s that was his Cleveland girlfriend , so I don't think he is gay
I imagine today she cringes at the thought but maybe not as she married that fag from Fame , Billy Hufsey
I can't think of any shining examples except those first couple solo albums either. I guess "A Different Kind of Truth" had some decent tunes on there but all those songs were over 30 years old as well, right?
OMG, his talk show was just brutal. Poor guy was completely at sea and had no idea what he was getting into. He'd simply repeat the same word no matter what anyone said: "OUTSTANDING!"
Then he'd yammer on about how his family was so poor that they had no money for shampoo, and referred to sneakers as "tennis shoes." He sounded like an eighty-five-year-old grandpa. Then they fired him one day during a commercial break--after the break, inexplicably, music started playing and that was that.