Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by chapped, Oct 24, 2015.
No but really it's his fault right?
Tan Mom will probably be next.
Not soon enough
if you listen to the interview howard didn't say anything bad, it was the callers who were mean to her.
Fartman Stern - didn't lose any sleep over Dana's unfortunate death.
PC Revisionist Stern - probably would feel guilt and add another wing to the NSAL and call it 'Plato's Foster Pups'.
I wonder how Howie's shrink sessions went after she offed herself? I couldn't help but feel a tinge of responsibility for letting that bashing continue.
yeah and Howie never has anything to do with the callers that get on the air
Nothing at all... Remember Chris Rock calling Stern out because of it
I don't remember that. What did he say?
"Here's where I get called a Reggie!"
Does anyone remember that horrible fox movie about all the behind the scenes shit on different strokes? On the special they had her interview from the stern show, and if this movie was accurate, stern pushed her over the edge no doubt about it. All the shit about how they wanted to test her for drugs, they wanted a hair sample. They wouldn't let up her.
She was on the ledge and strung out when she entered the studio, Howard and his audience just helped finish the job. Not unlike how he drove Artie over the edge.
I remember that show being incredibly uncomfortable & painful to listen to. Poor girl was a fragile mess.
I went through the recordings and write ups a year ago. He's as guilty as the prisoner who opens his cell door for others to rape and beat his cell mate.
Dana was a fragile and broken girl. She shouldn't have been on that show. Howard shouldn't have reopened sensitive subjects and let her get tormented.
Bloods on those hands.
He was just about to write her a note when Alison came downstairs to tell him the news.
so is he in turn responsible for her son's death also?
"The National Enquirer reports that Tyler was so obsessed by his mother that he recently honored her by getting teardrop tattoos on his face with her ashes added to the ink. He also had a tattoo on his forearm with his mother’s name…
His grandmother told the National Enquirer “Tyler wanted to be with his mother.”
Hell, while we are at it. Why wasn't he charged in Hank's death either? Feeding alcohol to an alcoholic for entertainment value must be reckless endangerment.
honestly though, if she would have been interviewed by regis or somebody do you think this would have still happened?
but howard doing what he does just made her suicide look so much worse