Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Quedee, Aug 9, 2015.
Just plain silliness but fun to watch.
His parents must have more patience than the entire town, combined.
I liked the 5th one. He was singing West End Girls and also pretending to be Gary and doing some noining.
I cannot decide if I am watching genius or assholism. However, I am leaning towards genius.
Much like a living version of this:
One of Howies new paid advertisers..Periscoping all the remaining whack packers up the wazoo..
i bet his mom drinks more now than when she was pregnant with him.
this one is the best one: https://watchonperiscope.com/broadcast/57102340
he is doing hundreds of voices back to back
Pure genius. I think.
I like it when he is even combining things.. gosh...
Did you listen to all 31 minutes? I couldn't.
I'm at 10 minutes and still hanging in there.
This is a great example of how real genius cannot fit into the norms of society. The connection SS makes between his (subconscious) mind, the keyboard and his impressions is staggering and unfathomable in terms of "normalcy".
Words cannot describe his genius. Even Stern has never really figured out a way to use him in the constraints of the HSS.
Periscope is a great medium for him and his multi-dimensional brilliance.
I wonder if Elisa looks at this and thinks "I don't get it"!
The only downside is SS parents must have to inject him with propofol at night so they can get some sleep.
Me neither. It's too manic. Talk about a scatter brain....he's good, but rapid fire for 31 minutes is too much.
I think he has autism.
Oh geez that one goes on for 5 hours. Kind of disturbing him being a grown man shirtless in the pool acting like a child
I thought that too. But he can deal with people. He's a savant. He really should be experimented with because he does show someautism tendencies - but many signs of genius.
We should not try and pigeon hole him into some category (I.e., autism) - but instead celebrate his beautiful differences.
His genius and uniqueness show us that humanity cannot be easily categorized.
And we really do not understand the human mind.
I suggest we remove his brain for further study.
Oh yeah, but with a healthy dose of savantism (is that even a word?) on the side.
ETA - Oops, sorry @Javaforgotme. Should have read through before posting.
Thanks! I've been hooked on Periscope for a while. I like rattling small market news anchors before they go on air. I love Sour and have wanted to see him in his Sour environment, so thanks again.