Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Ruffypup, Oct 24, 2012.
I have a house at a lake not far from there. Howard is right. It is bumfuck
it feels pretty southern here to me
It's not the DEEP South.....Where I'm from.............
Hell, there are parts of NJ, in the south western part of the state (Cumberland, Gloucester Counties) where I swear the Mason-Dixon lines extends.
where they actually believed jews had horns....what bullshit.
From my angle it looks like a suburb of DC and a hour drive to Philly.
Well I never saw a Temple anywhere near where he is talking about. People believe in the horns .
Yeah. Although maybe Howard was trying to be funny and reading one of Benjy's jokes/observations.
You can always tell a Benji joke. Always Jew related.
Be surprised it's not South Hamptons.
I grew up in 9 different states and the one place that was anti-semetic was Minnesota. I don't know why they didn't like Jews, but the school-kids were viciously anti-semetic. It was bizarre. Maybe it was something one kid started and it caught on only at that one school?
The Southern places I've lived either didn't know what a Jew was or didn't really care or felt Jews held a special place as one of God's chosen ones.
And I've lived in Virginia. One of the real parts about 90 miles west of Roanoke. Not that North Virginia bullshit.
I don't remember one bit of anti-semetism. Then again, there weren't any Jews around to hate on in those parts.
I seriously doubt that story is true, he came up with it after right he saw Borat... no mentions of of Jew horns on marksfriggin before that:
Growing up on the Upper West Side, in a building (almost) entirely occupied by Jews -- having Southern Baptist parents, from Kentucky, certainly wasn't Kosher. Just like Howard, they loved the work 'hillbilly', too
Lynchburg, Virginia. It's more subtle but there's a church like every 50 yards in that city. I have friends who live there and as soon as they hear my friends' last name, their entire demeanor changes. it's bizarre.
the locals are plenty southernish is what I'm sayin. It's different, it's not so Baptist maybe.
It might not be as south as New Orleans, but it's just as backwards.
suburb of d,c., yes, and, 3 hour drive from philly
to be fair, lynchburg is the home of jerry falwell's liberty university, a school where you are breaking school code by being with a member of the opposite sex unchaperoned, which means lynchburg is hell
I don't know this for fact but it looks like a suburb of DC and seems like it would be a melting pot of many cultures mostly type A Washington Beltwayers....but that's just from birds-eye....