Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by The Cocksman, Jan 19, 2013.
Or is her twat/itit/pussy cancer the boss of her?
Twat is always the boss
Whats with the shitpiles?
she will be back after a year's hiatus and nobody will mention why it took this long
I'm starting to think the lap band theory may be correct
If she starts traveling to make book tour appearances (she has one scheduled in Baltimore for April 2nd) it will be hard to explain why she can't come in to the studio.
If she took a year's sabbatical from the studio back in May there wouldn't be an issue with her doing a book tour. She's a contractor anyways so It's up to Howard to decide when Robin is no longer fulfilling her role on the show.
It has got me wondering...
The "contract" is somewhat reminiscent of the Jackie contract Dispute.
Jackie wanted a Piece of Each Market and wanted to be compensated for "TV" appearance.
If I remember correctly, He (his image) was absent from some of the TV shows during the "negotiations/disputes".
Robin absence from Sirius Building (and HTV) no doubt has something to do with it... She wokee up one day and realized she wasn't getting her cut of the $$ a la Jackie Style.
They'll have to rig a flatbed truck and redirect traffic to make room to haul her to the building, these things take time.
very few things have you laid up this long. most surgeries have you up and active quickly now. even major abdominal surgery is at most 3 weeks before you can return to work (usually a lot less). bypass surgery and colon surgery are about the only one that have you out of work for months.
She'll be back.. in one form or another...
Twat Boss: The next great twat.
yup Jackie made them shut his studio lights off so he wouldn't appear on camera.
People I know...
Coronary ByPass surgery has one UP and discharged from Hospital usually within 5+/- Days.
Most people can return to work(light desk job) in about 1 month.
Here is from Cleveland Clinic
[h=3]Recovery[/h] Full recovery from coronary artery bypass graft surgery takes about 2 months, or may be sooner if minimally invasive surgery techniques were used. Most patients are able to drive in about 3 to 8 weeks after surgery. Your doctor will provide specific guidelines for your recovery and return to work, including specific instructions on activity and how to care for your incision and general health after the surgery.
She is able to attend plays, parties, and movies but cannot sit in a chair for three hours three days a week? I'd love to hear the real story.
i hope howard has her stuffed and they place her back in her fish tank and fill it with coffee.
Fred has a family plus a mother and step father that he adores. Robin has Robin.
who gives a shit!!!