Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Mutt Sucks, Apr 11, 2012.
Jay Leno gives his employees excellent bonuses and took a pay cut to give them more money.
thursday comes before friday
I used to defend Leno, but then I learned that Leno fired Gilbert after the Aflac fiasco.
Now I'm a Greg Kilborn man.
Stern can't even buy class, so this isn't much of a revelation, bud.
And he basically said that he was happy that he eas being paid twenty million and didn't need to grab every marble he possibly could...."in other words" he was happy being paid twenty million for what he does
Leno isn't one of the "chosen" few
I know his wife's name is Mavis, but I couldn't pick her out of a crowd of two. I like that.
Didnt Leno continue to pay his staff during the writers strike? Im not by any measure a jay fan, his comedy isnt my cup of tea, but can anyone even imagine wiggy doing this?
Dont think Ive ever seen her walking a red carpet or summering with anyone...
Leno is very private.
Jay also treats his staff to random expensive nights out; my friend and her husband were picked up by limo and wined and dined at Spago, all on Jay, just because. That's someone who knows how to share the marbles.
Xmas Parties from Leno are loaded gifts and bonuses. Not a shitty dinner that Howard brags about.
or hands out starmates...
thats its it, stilettos...
or shitty Stilettos that he got for free.
Howard can't buy class, and Beefie can't spell it. They are made for each other.
Mavis with little or no publicity spearheads the drive for female equality in oppressive Afghanistan Talibanlike societies not throwing herself in front of cameras with poor animals as props every chance she can. I believe when the Taliban oppression was in full swing, Mavis actually did once appear on Jay's show to publicize the women's mistreatment and abuse. Compare that to Whorsey shilling Giftscriptions, ghost-written books, and every other kind of chatchky on air ad nauseum.
It would be hard to find someone who doesn't have more class than Howard, but Jay seems like a genuinely good guy. I read somewhere that he quietly paid for life-saving medical care for several club comics who didn't have insurance. That's the main reason he still does sets at comedy clubs, to meet and mentor young comics and help out the ones who are struggling. On the rare occasions Howard does something nice, he publicly pats himself on the back for years afterward.