Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Nemo, Jul 30, 2012.
She is never coming back.
Did Howard give a status on her health sitchoo-ratio?
Does it make any difference in the quality of the show?
I doubt it.
My pickle jar says she'll be back after the Labor Day vacation.
her ashes will be in the pickle jar.
Stomach stapling is healing.
Why is it necessary for her to be in studio?
Why is she necessary to be on the planet?
I think she has something to do with the tides or gravitational pull or something.
it would be nice if they would tell us what was going on....is robin ok? is she mortally ill? or having chemo or radiation?
howard continues to piss on us while exclaiming he's the most honest man in entertainment.
making a great effort to not mention she is still home.
Quivers has video so she can watch everything in the studio.
Robin probably has a permanent pee bag....:wop:
are they seriously just not ever going to address Robin being gone? seriously? really?
Actually, she's dead. What you hear now is the result of a successful experiment. They've preserved her brain in a jar and wired it to a computer running software that converts electrical brain impulses to human speech.
She would come in with a pee bag - she did that already before her surgery.
I can't imagine what it can possibly be that she isn't coming in.
Could it be that she is hooked up to a dialysis machine?
Maybe it is dialysis - here is something I found. Treatment is called Hemodialysis - Link/Source http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/kidney-dialysis
[h=3]Hemodialysis and the Kidneys[/h]During hemodialysis, you will be hooked up to a machine that takes over the kidneys' job of filtering blood. Before the first session, the doctor will need to create an entrance into one of your blood vessels so your body can be connected to the filtering machine during each visit. This is called a vascular access. It is a place on your body where blood can be removed and then returned. This can be done by:
Connecting an artery to a vein to create a larger blood vessel area, called a fistula.
Joining (grafting) an artery and vein together using a soft plastic tube.
Inserting a thin plastic tube into a large vein in the neck or groin area of the leg. This type of access is temporary.
You may need temporary or permanent access. The type of access and how long you need it depends on your individual condition. Experts recommend creating an access weeks or months before your first dialysis session.
During a hemodialysis session, your blood flows a little bit at a time through a special filter inside the machine. The filter removes wastes and extra fluids from your blood, but retains the proper balance of minerals such as potassium and sodium. Once the blood is cleaned, it is returned to the body.
Patients often need dialysis treatments several times a week. How long each hemodialysis session lasts depends on:
How well your kidneys work.
How much fluid you gained since your last dialysis session.
How much waste has gathered in your blood since your last dialysis session.
The type of hemodialysis machine being used.
I wonder if she is reconsidering all the alternative nonsense she believes in at all? Didn't do her much good. Let's hope she is feeding her face and comes back fatter.