Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by The Cocksman, Jan 14, 2013.
I think Mark is nuts for doing what he does there but it's a brilliant site.
His site provides great evidence for when Howard tries to rewrite history.
I haven't listened to the show in months, but I skim over MF every week...
eric the midget's parents do to see if he's measuring his dick or fucking whores.
it is an amazing site
anytime I'm trying to remember something from a past show, mark has it.
Same here.Whenever I miss a show I check out MarksFriggin.
I went there about a week ago to read the rundown.
Even he is sick of the monologue shit. Instead of transcribing the "jokes" he just wrote something like.
"Howard read some news stories and told jokes written by the guys about them"
Mark still does a hell of a job.
lost soul with no life
back in the day i used to read it all the time. when artie said something really cutting i would paste it to friends that missed the show. now theres no reason to. nothing exciting happens anymore. i haven't listened since howard did a year long infomercial for AGT.
I love marksfriggin but reading all those sentences that begin with, "Howard said..." is enough to drive someone insane.
I've checked it a couple times. Last time was probably over a year ago, however, there are some posters here who cite specifically to Friggin when The Wig re-writes history.
It's a classic case of unrequited love. Mark loves Howard, Howard doesn't give a shit about Mike or Mack or whatever his name is.
His writing is almost incomprehensible, but it's a good source of information. By around 2009, I stopped fast-forwarding through the show on my own and started checking Marks' first to see if there were any decent segments on that day. Then I finally realized what a futile struggle that was and gave up on the show entirely.
Sample transcript of first 10 minutes of the show today.
He is a bad writer, but he is fairly accurate and keeps a good searchable archive. I wanted to see why wiggy had a problem with Amanda Peet and I tracked down the answer on the site.
Marksfriggin.com is the best Stern archive around.
Mark is awesome for doing what he does.
Takes one, to know one
That place helped out alot when I was deployed many years ago, even to get a quick rundown of anything happening.