Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Feb 29, 2012.
Rest in peace, funny man.
On the last train to Clarksville?
Howard wasnt on vacation today.
But judging from the lack of effort and funny that goes into the show, most of us would have preferred that he was.
omg...he wasn't that old, was he?
I remember watching The Monkees reruns when I was a kid....and he guest starred on The Brady Bunch as Marcia's date...!
"I'll never wash this cheek again."
His rep tells TMZ that he died after suffering a heart attack this morning in Florida. Jones was 66.
TMZ confirmed Jones' death with an official from the medical examiner's office for Martin County, Fla.
Jones is survived by his wife Jessica and four daughters from previous marriages.
Age is a bitch. Here's a recent pic of Mike Nesmith:
The news broke after the end of Howard's work week, which is before noon on Wednesday, which essentially means a vacation.
All I can think of when I hear that is "he's an anal reciever and a cum loving queen".
fuck he looks like Karl Rove
i'm sad about this. i really liked that show and the time when he took marcia to the school dance because she was the head of his fan club
I saw them in concert about six years ago. Put on a pretty good show.
Yeah, he kinda does! His mother invented White Out. And a lot of people don't know that Stephen Stills originally auditioned for the show, and the producers asked if he knew any "better looking" friends that might want the part (they didn't like Still's teeth) and he suggested his friend Peter Tork.
I heard Peter hit 70 a few weeks ago. Fuck I'm gettin' old.
He invented MTV and his mother invented Liquid Paper.
Jesus- I just heard this on MNSBC.
Christ... he was 66!
And Mike Nesmith... I just watched his production company's REPO MAN last week.
It hasn't aged well but then neither has Mike apparently.
Davy Jones also sang part of the theme song to Mr. Wong.
Fast forward to :33
Subsequently, Pablo Picasso was never called an asshole.
That sux - we're all headed to same place though, can't avoid it. When I first looked at this picture I thought it was the Sybian inventor for a second.