Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by DuckDong, Apr 14, 2016.
That I will listen no matter how much I dislike and disagree with the host.
Robin taught us all to embrace Western medication, and to resist the temptation to make a shaman your primary caregiver.
To repeat a lie often and loud enough others will believe it to be true.
That cancelling his shit show was a great decision.
That first wife and children are inconveniences when you want to become an A list celebrity.
If you don't like it...stop listening
Private Parts was not a tribute to Allison.
That to some men, enough is never enough
He stole that from mitt Romneys "binder full of women"
The show taught me never to take anything at face value. I actually thought Howard was a funny person and had a clue. He isn't and doesn't.
It taught me what a wig looks like.
I learned that something awesome can turn to shit incredibly fast when the wrong people are around.
To give good value for money, instead of a long con.
To retire before I get tired and irrelevant.
To marry someone admirable, instead of someone easy.
That you can`t go from putting incest survivors on the Sybian and exploiting the disenfranchised for money, to a respectable career.
Sirius is run by short sighted corporate morons. Who are to well connected not to go broke but to stupid to be able to identify talent.
That Gilbert Gottfried is the funniest comic of our time.
Gilbert is an original; no question. I'd put Rich Jeni up there before he blew his face off. The guy had four hours of solid material and retired hilarious bits when he felt they'd run their course. He was the best live comic I've ever seen.