Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shivvy, Apr 8, 2016.
I dont recall
This is that demented old coot's idea of image rehab for the mainstream acceptance he has always so desperately craved!!!
No - the animal lover declawed a cat and let a dead hamster sit in a cage for days.
Chocolate lab Java. I don't remember any cats.
I used to hate cats
then one day I came home and the wife had picked up this little kitten
16 years later the little fucker is my bud
Remember when he "put his foot down" telling Beth they weren't getting a cat. That's when her reaction made the cover of Cunt Magazine.
PETA Chicks Do Wacky Stuff To Save Living Things. 3/20/02. 7:10am
Three women from PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) came in to talk to Howard...
Howard kept interrupting them and said he was going to find out just how committed they are to saving living things. He had a bunch of things that he threatened to kill of the women didn't do stuff for him. First up was a cockroach. He said that if two of them didn't make out together he'd kill the thing. As Gary was getting ready to stomp on the thing two of the girls kissed each other. Howard then had a bunch of meal worms that he was going to drown if two of them didn't feel each other's breasts. They broke down again and saved the worms. Howard then threatened to kill a living cod. This time one of the girls had to show her breasts. Once again, they broke down and one of them showed her breasts. Howard then said they were going to take a cleaver to a lobster if two of them didn't take off their tops and kiss. After a few seconds of discussion two of the girls did it.
He used ro bash the Beth types. Absolutely not. Made fun of staff who loved their pets. He's evolved
Don't be that guy, shitty.
Be the other guy. The guy with the camera at Twin Peaks.
Not this guy.
His testosterone levels were still probably too high for him to be a cat lover, but I believe he did have a dog.
Was a great show, I remember it.
I think my estranged wife is the editor in chief of this rag.
I listened to him since his NBC days, and I stopped listening to him about 2 years ago. And I can tell you, no, he had a shard tank in his basement in his home on Long Island, but he was NEVER an animal person.