Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Nemo, Mar 20, 2014.
Post of the year
Brevity is the soul of wit, Sir. Kudos.
And I'm a white child that loves the pain and suffering of Robin Quivers.
The white kids are going to laugh last...
I tuned into the show this week to hear a montage of Robins news prepared by the tapes team.
Best of evil whitey....
You speak an infinite deal of nothing
How many children do the posters here have? I have 3 sons and 1 daughter. 2 in college, 1- USMC, and 1 in HS. I had (legally) a black kid for 7 months. I don't count that now. To me, girls are a helluva lot harder to raise.
that's ok, black dads don't count them either.
white children are not safe in this thread
Bad Robin karma alert!
That's the Christian attitude I love
Fuck you too
Another story Robin will not do...
Detectives remove Kahton Anderson, 14, from the rear entrance of the 79th Precinct on Tompkins Ave., Brooklyn. The trigger-happy teen has been ordered to stand trial an adult for the murder of Angel Rojas, 39.
GRIEF: Maria Lopez comforts her children, April and Saury Rojas, on Friday, a day after their husband and father was senselessly shot dead while riding a bus.
Geez, that kid is only 14!!!
robin is gonna need a diaper change after she does this story!
Lesbian couple 'starved their three children so badly they looked like concentration camp victims and kept one adopted daughter chained to the floor'
Nemo will never win POY.
You have to kiss black and mexican babies too
Teen who killed Brooklyn dad on B15 bus just stood up and fired, sources say
Kahton Anderson, 14, pulled a .357-Magnum pistol from his bag and blasted away upon seeing his rival coming toward him on the bus, sources who reviewed the surveillance video say. The first bullet hit and killed Angel Rojas, 39, while Anderson's intended target played dead.
He didn't hesitate.
The 14-year-old who shot and killed a man as he took aim at a rival on a packed city bus didnâ€™t care if his bullet would snuff out the lives of innocent people, police sources said.
A woman and two children were just a few seats away from victim Angel Rojas when Kahton Anderson opened fire on three teens who boarded the B15 bus Thursday night, said sources who reviewed the bus surveillance video.
Anderson was sitting in the rear of the bus with two friends, the video shows. The 39-year-old Rojas was seated right behind the bus driver. The woman and kids sat on the opposite side, a few rows behind Rojas. Nearly 30 people were on the bus in total, one source said.
At 6:19 p.m., a woman boards the bus. A young man behind her is about to pay his fare when he sees Anderson. He gets off the bus and quickly gets back on, with two friends. Two of Andersonâ€™s rivals linger up front, a police source said. The third sits down briefly â€” and then makes a bee-line down the aisle toward Anderson, who pulls a loaded .357-Magnum pistol from a bag, the source said.
â€œHe stands up and just fires,â€ another source said. â€œHe takes out the gun and bam! He fires.â€
The bullet misses its mark, but the target takes no chances and falls down, playing dead. Rojas is hit.
â€œHe didnâ€™t realize what was going on,â€ a second source said. â€œHe was just sitting there comfortably, riding the bus and talking on the phone.â€
After the single blast, two of Andersonâ€™s rivals race out the front door. Anderson gets up and follows, shooting at them from the street. In his haste to kill again, Anderson runs past the dying Rojas and his intended target, who is still playing dead, according to cop sources.