Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Mike in Houston, Sep 23, 2015.
A bit of foreshadowing? Apparently this is his personal Facebook profile.
If true, it's news that comes about nine years too late.
Link to supposed personal page - https://www.facebook.com/howard.stern.3?fref=ts
Copy Write ??
Sho' nuff -means you can't steal any of his shit
I have a feeling it is a fake like those choppers.
The end is near
Exactly. It's not real. It's misspelled.
Gunk will learn how to use Facebook in 10 years.
It's fake, fakity, fake fake.
But a big tumbs up to whoever created it.
Maybe it's his way of saying he is a copywriter.
The only reason I think it's a real page is his sister is listed as a friend on it . The Wig might have added that to fuck with Sirius
Yeah. His sister is on it.
"Jeff, how do I get lotisssshhhh notesshh to shhhend me fasssshhhbook alertsssshh?"
Would you just look at the wallpaper background?? I've been on there a while - who knew Facebook had an airbrush app now???
I got a coupla uncles and older cousins around Howard's age of 61. Lemme go see if THEY airbrush themselves on Facebook - be right back.
Why would Stern have a Facebook page? His nutty wife sure, but why would Stern want to be "poked" by old school chums?
Gunky is probably on this exclusive part of Facebook
Did you know that Facebook has an app that almost no one uses by comparison? This particular app is unpopular by design, because it’s not open to the public. Instead, it’s intended for use only by famous people — but you’re about to get a rare inside look at this mysterious app.
Meet Facebook Mentions, an exclusive mobile app that was built to help famous people monitor what fans (and haters) are saying about them. According to Facebook, the app provides “a better way for actors, athletes, journalists and other public figures to stay in touch with their followers and the people and topics they care about.”
Interestingly, the app isn’t just for monitoring mentions on Facebook. It also allows celebrities to monitor activity on Facebook’s Instagram network, as well as onTwitter.
Even more interestingly, perhaps, it’s only available for Apple’s iPhone and iPad
"From Rockville Centre, New York"?
What happened to Roosevelt?
It's definitely real...
One of his groups is the Palm Beach Watercolor Society.
I'm a member. We're painting still lifes of gluten-free food this weekend.
My big recurring talking point on dawgshed (@SomerSky) is that in reality, Howard barely ever lived in Roosevelt. He had AT MOST - a starter house there for a coupla months (while the RC house was being built) and spent 95% of his childhood in Rockville Centre.
During the "60 Minutes" piece with Ed Bradley - I found out he used a fake house in Plainview LI made to look like Roosevelt. NO WAY that pussy is setting foot in contemporary Roosevelt - even during the day.
I didn't buy it then - and now I know for sure I was right.