Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Nemo, Aug 18, 2014.
"I read this"
Howard invented this....
...fucking douche bag.
the king of all hypocrites.
Know more bullshit.
Holy fucking lying hypocrite! How can anyone back up a word that cum dumpster utters?
Wow. What an asshole.
"I won't exploit your death George..." Oh sure, I can see it now... "Ya know Robin, it was I who made George popular again. He wouldn't have had the success he did after Star Trek without this show, and I know he was very greatful for it..."
Believe me that's coming.
Does anyone know the psychiatric term for someone who by most definitions is insane yet functional? Howard seems to have a difficult time separating fantasy from reality.
Let's face it. At this point, Howard is mostly talking to an audience of cult members who are too blind to see through his bullshit. They are a bunch of Bobos and Marianns. No matter how many times Howard is shown to lie or speak out of both sides of his mouth, they believe his the most honest man in radio.
I think Howard gave up trying to fool anyone with half a brain a while ago.
I think it's more that he lies so much that eventually he starts to believe the lies and can't distinguish them from the truth.
howard exploits, nobody else.
Howard's was disgusted with gilbert, no doubt
You would have to look far and wide to find someone with as little self-awareness as Wiggy McChinimplant.
Truth/honesty is never an option to him...EVER!
Exactly. There has to be a term for someone like that. I'm sure his psychiatrist is aware of this.
Also on todays show Robin prattles off a list of celebrities at the Apollo party.
Jamie Foxx was mentioned. Howard said they are cool.
"Jamie had a problem with me. I never had a problem with him"......even after robin mentions that Howard had a problem with him.....
He's so damn nasty!
Narcissist fits quite well. He constantly rewrites history to include himself. It's a classic trait, along with all the others he shows.
And on the rare occasion he exposes himself to being called out on a lie, like taking an unscripted phonecall or having certain guests in, or someone in a newspaper or online publication that points out his B.S., he falls back to "listen I have to fill four hours" or "it's for the radio". Implying that he's above criticism for anything he says on air because "it's all makebelieve anyway so leave me alone".
Sorry, bigbird. Can't have it both ways.
"You should sheeze the day."