Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by chapped, Jun 20, 2013.
fascinating isn't it?
The lies are comical at times.
Pull up any show from the 90s and the word flows out of Howard's mouth quite naturally. I'mk not saying he ever used the term in a racist way against black, but he has used it many times nonetheless
Who remembers the "Reggie hating hat" song from KROCK?
You can only say it if you use "stupid" before it.
Howard is shocked and appalled that people use the N-WORD.
He would never EVER use the N-WORD....and doesn't understand why others use it.
gave this 4 secs of thought and maybe Howard moved to so many small markets where he could re-invent himself without fear of anyone cross checking his past that
some part of him feels like he can still do that
He really said that?!? Jesus
He STILL uses it. I just heard it recently on the show!
And the fag punching hat
Sure did.... funny that Kid Rock who is a life long fan didn't call him out on it like he called Howard out on being on AGT last time
He thinks that all celebrities have "evolved" like him, he can't understand that Kid Rock hasn't abandoned his friends, sold out his fans, become PC, turned into a pescatarian, taken up photography and moved to the Hamptons.
Howard's Reggie has been scrubbed by the tapes team.
Billy West's Reggie has not been scrubbed and is played often in 'out of context' clips. If you are not familiar with the real Marge Schott you wouldn't understand the Billy West clips....all you would hear is Reggie 40 times.
1995 Stern was out of his mind at the thought of that the Mark Furman Reggie controversy would help OJ away with murder. Stern goes on a few 'Reggie' rants......"see Robin it is just a word!!"
Got a little awkward when Kid Rock admitted he still uses the "N" word.
who cares...it's a word. nothing more.
and then asking the black members of his band about it was a tad uncomfortable
You're missing the point. Nobody gives a rat ass about the word Reggie. (or at least they shouldn't) It's the hypocrisy of Howard Stern that's the real topic here.
His fucking opening monologue on fallon was about call of duty and kids saying "The N word" Same as sayin Reggie in my book when you're on national TV and make a declarative statement as he did.