Howard - no one feels sorry for you so stop complaining

Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by JoeyG, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. JoeyG

    JoeyG Active Member

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    Back in the day, when you were working 5 days a week, and went over every day, and you weren't making a whole lot of money - we felt for you. When you would rant on and on about management, or about how you were being treated, or about how your staff blew - we felt for you because we could all relate. We all have had those issues in our lives at one point or another. Now, you're a millionaire ass-clown with a multi-million dollar, bi level high rise in the city, and a multi-million dollar, 30 chimney mansion in the Hamptons. You have morphed into the Hollywood elite that you used to make fun of and jab at how out of touch with reality these type of people are. So, you can rant and drone on about how Sirius is making you pay for everything, and about how horrible it is that you have to drive to Newark, and about how incompentent Gary and Scott are, or about how Gary and Tim won't return your calls immediately. NO ONE CARES NOW Howard. Get over it and deal. Your show has shrunk down to 2 or 3 day weeks, and whatever content isn't AGT, is filled with B-list guests that were just on two months ago. Now, more content is wasted becasue we have to listen to you complain like a petulant, spoiled little child. FUCK YOU, BRO.
     
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    oh noes! He might only get 4 hours of sleep on a work night! The horrors!
     
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    username Well-Known Member VIP

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    Sirius made Howard a billionare. 900 million the first five years. At least 420+ million for these five years. And he complains.
    Sirius made a retarded contract with Howard that they are not allowed to interfere with Howard 100/101 channels. Howard can play fart noises 24/7 and Sirius have to pay him. The only thing Howard have to do is to do a certain amount of live shows, playing fart noises. It would be better then AGT wrap-up.
     
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    smichal A1 Dick Game

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    what do you do for a living
    piss on the fans
     
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    Pukyak Lover New Member Banned User

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    I still feel sorry for Howard. After all his abodes have mirrors.
     
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    I have more respect for Bernard madoff.
     
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    TehLivingDeath New Member Banned User

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    Where the fuck are you shitting out these numbers?
     
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    Agree with everything but the money part. Since 1983 or whenever WNBC hired Howard, he made a lot. By the mid to late 80's he was a full on multi millionaire. When he ran for governor in the early 90s he dropped out because he didn't want people to realise he was making about 7 to 10 million a year with his syndication and already worth over 20 million. We loved Howard because we felt we could relate to him, and really never complained about money like he does now. Mega bucks excluded, Howard went from an ugly guy with a semi normal family life, and issues most men would find relatable, to a wig wearing wannabe NYC socialite who tries desperately to fit in with people he used to rail against. But as I said, he always made a ton of money.