I remember exactly where I was when Howard made the announcement of the move to Sirius. He had been kicked off of Clear Channel stations a few months before, and Tom kept pushing "the button". Bush was about to get re-elected, and it really looked dark in America. But Howard, the one man on the radio that made me laugh on the one show I felt was real, made an announcement that we'd all be going to a place where there was "No More Bullshit". He announced there would eventually be 3 channels under his control at Sirius, and we would all be amazed by what those channels contained. I'm a superfan. I love Howard and his show, even as the show has gone through several rounds of sanitation and elimination of much of what made it so amazing in the first few years at Sirius. His show got me through some really tough years. He, along with Artie and the incredible dialogue between the gang, and the interviews, and the bits ("It's Just Wrong"), made hard days bearable. It's been a wonderful run. I still love the show, but mostly because of what it has been, not what it is. I hope Howard recognizes how tired he and his show sounds these days, and recognizes that there is no shame in retiring and living out the rest of his life knowing he made so many of us laugh.