Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by PumpkinBeer700, Dec 6, 2012.
and a huge guest wednesday
I remember when Tiki Barber went over to Weill Cornell/NY Presbyterian.. and gave a speech on creative management of epilepsy. Guy's a fucking idiot.
As for The Game... he hasn't been relevant since 2005. Typical booking.. good job Booey.
Every week is thick black cock week on the HSS
The Game is actually going to be a good interview.
Ya know what....Ill take Tiki Barber, fantastic RB and an interesting guy. Very rare species of RB that got good VERY late for a running back that usually burn out. And also JUST missed their 07 Super Bowl because of retirement. He also did actual radio WFAN overnights.
After this week with how gay the show was I'll take an actual athelete. Although whats the over/under in minutes Howard asks hm about penis in the Giants locker room....10 minutes??
The Game?? dude is irrelevant in hiphop
Gary should try to get Artie's guests, their show has way better people and bands...
Yeah right!! It'll suck big balls, post it on you tube, I'll listen a get a bad case of douche chills.
That's fine, not for everyone, I guess you're not a sports fan.
If Howard interviews Tiki Barber, he'll focus on the things he knows the audience wants to hear - how much money Tiki lost in the divorce and who had the biggest cock on the Giants.
Tiki will be interesting if he speaks candidly about leaving his pregnant wife, for the 23 year old intern. The problem is, Howard knows nothing about football. Both interviews will inevitably disintegrate into discussions of black cock size, which I have no interest in.
"The Game" has a new reality show on MTV, all you nay sayers that feel he is irrelevant can suck it!!
If he's in there for 45 minutes than I don't know how Wigward could avoid that. Is Tiki a Fuckwald client?
I thought he was on VH1, Brooke Hogan's old network.
The huge surprise guest on Wednesday is probably the amaaaaazing Beth O
Will said on back office radio HUGE guest.
Huge meaning well known or did Howard's dream come true and Ron Jeremy is stopping by