Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by psxpirate2k3, Jan 12, 2014.
She even stole the title
They won't sue. If they sued her and recovered all of the sales of the book, it wouldn't be enough money to pay for the filing fee for the law suit.
A few years ago she mentioned being interviewed for a documentary on food. (This was when she was aggressively calling for a "Food Bill of Rights," at the height of her weight loss hubris.) Is she in this movie?
I finally watched "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead" on Netflix last week. Robin stole a lot from that movie as well -- especially her melodramatic claims in her book that she was "almost disabled" from being so fat and sick, and that she had resigned herself to the fact that she was about to die. Until she discovered juicing, that is. Her recollection of her desperately poor health and physical condition conflicts with the fact that she was jetting to Los Angeles to race cars over the weekend at the time.
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead is a great movie.
Her next title......."One Thousand Big Fat Chunks"
no, it's called LUNCH HOUR:
looks like it won't be out officially until this march. i've been waiting for this one for awhile.
didn't she say she invented that word?
in her defense tho, she was just about to say that
how come with all her promotional interviews for the book, not one journalist said, but you're fat?
Because they knew the story was a fluff piece (pun intended) and would be forgotten 5 seconds after it aired.
Yep, the whitewashing of show history is so annoying. Most honest man in radio, yeah.
Exactly, she went on programs that don't ask embarrassing probing questions.
But it was still patently obvious. A healthy lifestyle book from a woman who is obese.
One doctor kinda did. And it was beautiful.
Insinuated she was old and obese.
Damn...and I missed it?!
so did we ever get a total on how any books the gunt sold