Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Nemo, Jul 5, 2015.
I'm shocked he lives so close to the commoners in the non beach front homes behind his monument to excess.
Robin, Mother Nature made a hurricane in my honor.
Howard: "I bought my Xanadu , Dave."
Howard and Arnold really care about the planet!
Then there's his daughter's house:
It's not nearly as secluded as the Hampton's place, I bet he has some impressive security measures in place.
I missed all
This. Where is that info from?
10 million dollar closet = safe room and security upgrades.
What a coincidence! Beth has a blue Mustang too!
He would have to do the Bugs Bunny on his property line and let Casa de la Stern float off into the ocean to get away from them.
I wasn't the biggest fan of Scott DePace but remember when Howard in a fit (no other way to put...like a two year old having a fit) over global warming about some melting ice in some shit hole country. He decided it was a "Republican" problem and got on the mic with DePace and was just laying into him. After a while Scott said, "Your carbon footprint is a lot bigger than mine pal!!!!"
BOOM....conversation over and go to break.
Post 129, Dawg and I saw the info we wouldn't allow on the site, it is in fact Debra and her finacee's house
Don't be shocked. Remember: he's one of us. He's been saying so for over 30 years.
I wish I was wealthy
Yawn is this the part where Howard discusses his humble beginnings. Sorry never happened. Kids who go to expensive schools like Boston U like you did were not poor. Don't insult your father by the way Howard. Far as his house didn't look. I know I will get more pussy than him in Florida with way less money. Hahaha
And the big one is expected to hit Long Island anytime now! When it hits, Howie will have to take his blankie he uses to hide from the sun and run inside the bathroom and fill the tub with water.
It still baffles me why any human with as much money as he has would habitate so close to other people. Must be a different sub-species of humans that like to be crammed in with other people and have the neighbors up your ass all the time.
If I had his money I would buy a minimum af 2500 acres and set up shop in the middle of it. Ideally no other humans within a mile or two.