Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by ItsAWholeThing, Mar 8, 2015.
I hated lady gaga and i heard this and it made me teary eyed
Sure, Howard's core audience is made up of mostly Lady Gaga fans.
This might have been the last hurrah for her, too. I believe she said "I'm on the edge" 87 times.
I can't stand her but that was great.
Never got why the Ga-Ga thing was a big deal, she was on six other radio shows that week including one more at SiriusXM.
I'd go with:
911 ???what wtf are you talking about`
"I want to marry you"
Speaks volumes of his desire to spend the rest of his life with someone with talent, and whose only reading material isn't Cosmo and People magazine.
His broadcast on 9-11-01
The Artemis Pyle interview
The John Oates interview
I said last, 9-11? wtf are dumb the show was still good then...
In my opinion the minute he signed on with Sirius was the beginning of the end for him. Once you took away the aspect of "what's he going to say now" on terrestrial radio where there were rules and the pressure of ratings, it was all over. Once Stern was no longer under the constraint of having to perform, the freedom he was granted with uncencored broadcasts actually played against him in the end, enabling him to grow more avaricious and lazy over time. It's very simple really, had he stayed on regular radio he may have been still relevant today.
did you read the title ,LAST RELEVANT MOMENT .Are you retarded...yes ,yes you are
My memory isn't that good!
Okay wingnut, let me make it easy so every dimwit can understand: The LAST relevant moment was the last day of terrestrial radio. Better? I guess it was too much for you to read...
Anal ringtoss with Dave Navarro and Carmen Electra.
I fucking wanted to rip my ears off with that 1st Gaga interview. The middle of the end of the Howard Stern Show. I can't wait until he interviews One Direction next. It will be so interesting and funny.
How about that moment he proposed naked on bended knee. Geez, what a fucking mental image.
"get the poison out of your system"
I gave up shortly after Artie left and it was never addressed.
This, and then Robin going out with the secret illness, being gone for a year or more without anyone telling us what was going on, and then after she came back on the air all the lieing and covering up about whether she was working in the studio, or from home.
The most honest show ever has become the most dishonest show ever...I stopped listening 6 months ago.