Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by FSFN, Mar 10, 2015.
This is the jerkoff she's talking about, didn't know hard core Jews were into horoscopes:
Rob Brezsny is an American astrologer, writer, poet, and musician. His weekly horoscope column "Free Will Astrology" (formerly known as "Real Astrology"), has been published for more than 28 years, runs in 120 periodicals, and can be subscribed to for free via email.
Brezsny is the first well-known horoscope columnist to use first-person narrative in his column. His writing employs a more personal, optimistic and literary approach than conventional horoscopes. Utne Reader described Brezsny's column Real Astrology as breathing "new life into the tabloid mummy of zodiac advice columns". British horoscope writer Jonathan Cainer told interviewer Eric Francis that Brezsny inspired him to begin his own column in the mid-1980s, saying that Brezsny was the first person who showed him that a horoscope could be done intelligently.
Brezsny is author of the books Images Are Dangerous, The Televisionary Oracle, and Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia: How the Whole World Is Conspiring To Shower You with Blessings. Robert Anton Wilson described The Televisionary Oracle as "A book so weird it just might drive you stark raving sane." Tom Robbins stated '"I've seen the future of American literature, and its name is Rob Brezsny." His most recent work derives its name from the concept of pronoia, a term John Perry Barlow defined as "the suspicion the Universe is a conspiracy on your behalf."
Brezsny was a singer/songwriter for the early 1990s band World Entertainment War and the late 1970s to early 1980s bands, Mystery Spot, Youth In Asia, and Tao Chemical. World Entertainment War was nominated for a Bammie in 1991 and the Brezsny penned song "Dark Ages" appears on Deep Space / Virgin Sky by Jefferson Starship.[not in citation given]
Whycha go to college? To get stupid? You're really stupid!
how is her jew/Arab peace garden going?
I read it. As usual, I appear to be missing something.
We are growing the most amazing crops, Dump Button! For some reason, these guys from Afghanistan are willing to pay us obscene amounts of money to grow these pretty flowers that they then sell in Europe and the United States. They are using the money to fund special schools and charities. It's absolutely amazing!
Great, as long as you don't forget to water the Arab side:
She is one of Howard's "burdens". It must pain him that his daughter is bat shit crazy because he feels it makes him look bad.
Is pay top dollar to sit in the same room as her, Wiggy and Beth.
Funny...especially when Howard was talking about how parents praise their kids too much and the kids turn out to be untalented nothings. Howard was always talking about how perfect his kids were when they were growing up...smart, gifted, talented, high SAT scores, artistic, blah blah blah. Emily is pretty much a jewish hippie girl who would be homeless and living in squalor if her daddy wasn't paying for everything.
Well, Howard ain't father of the year. That's for sure. He raised three trust fund babies.