Howard Stern

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edited December 2013 in All Encompassing Trip
It's so great to hear George Takei back on the show for a week.
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  • long redlong red Posts: 2,029
    fuckin great.

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    Jam out with your clam out.
  • 3inputchick3inputchick Posts: 845
    Artie's contract runs out tomorrow?
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  • long redlong red Posts: 2,029
    Artie's contract runs out tomorrow?

    really?....ah, i'm sure he'll resign.
    Jam out with your clam out.
  • rriversrrivers Posts: 3,667
    The show is fantastic. Eric the Midget is hilarious.

    3-2-1- before a Greg and Anthony fan posts in this thread.
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  • long redlong red Posts: 2,029
    all greg and anthony do is bust on stern....thats all that goes on there.
    Jam out with your clam out.
  • azwyldcatsazwyldcats Posts: 691
    baloon knot...
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  • Low_Light03Low_Light03 Posts: 1,227
    George Takei is very funny on the show

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  • rriversrrivers Posts: 3,667
    long red wrote:
    all greg and anthony do is bust on stern....thats all that goes on there.

    That's what it seems like.

    The roast was fantastic. Colin Quinn killed!
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  • Low_Light03Low_Light03 Posts: 1,227
    The best joke for me was Sal's Vegetable joke about Artie not liking Vegetables even though his father was one. Something like that.
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  • 1STmammal2wearPants1STmammal2wearPants Worcester, MAPosts: 2,409
    The best joke for me was Sal's Vegetable joke about Artie not liking Vegetables even though his father was one. Something like that.

    lol thats awful
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  • rriversrrivers Posts: 3,667
    I liked the one (I can't remember who said it) that said if Artie's liver gets any blacker Anjelina Jolie is going to try to adopt it.
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  • 1STmammal2wearPants1STmammal2wearPants Worcester, MAPosts: 2,409
    there was one when howard stern said the closest hes had to having sex with a black chick was masturbating to a picture of aunt jemima


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  • mookie dmookie d Posts: 43
    someone said they'd rather hear gunshots from their parents' bedroom than hear the carver roast again. :D


    anyone else think his show has improved a million percent since switching to satellite?
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  • Low_Light03Low_Light03 Posts: 1,227
    mookie d wrote:
    someone said they'd rather hear gunshots from their parents' bedroom than hear the carver roast again. :D


    anyone else think his show has improved a million percent since switching to satellite?

    Of course it has. It's alot funnier. Artie's stories just keep getting better and better.

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  • rriversrrivers Posts: 3,667
    Just dropping the half hour of commercials makes it a 1000 times better. The show is able to focus on the cast and making funny bits rather than the Howard bitching about everything. It is the most consistent form of entertainment out there.
    "We're fixed good, lamp-wise."
  • "I love Osama Bin Laden." ....George is such a good sport. The things they do to him. :D
  • 10_pearljam10_pearljam Posts: 172
    The best joke for me was Sal's Vegetable joke about Artie not liking Vegetables even though his father was one. Something like that.


    i liked schuli's joke about beer league opening on the 18th and when corrected that it was the "15th, motherfucker" schuli responded with sorry, the 18th is the closing date.
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  • 10_pearljam10_pearljam Posts: 172
    Of course it has. It's alot funnier. Artie's stories just keep getting better and better.

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    So is he?
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    If he only knew now what he knew then...
  • rriversrrivers Posts: 3,667
    i liked schuli's joke about beer league opening on the 18th and when corrected that it was the "15th, motherfucker" schuli responded with sorry, the 18th is the closing date.

    Yeah Artie walked right into that one.
    "We're fixed good, lamp-wise."
  • moeaholicmoeaholic Posts: 536
    i got sirius radio about a month ago, but not for howard. i only actually listened to him for the first time on sirius about a week ago. it's far and away so much better than terrestrial radio howard.
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  • rriversrrivers Posts: 3,667
    moeaholic wrote:
    i got sirius radio about a month ago, but not for howard. i only actually listened to him for the first time on sirius about a week ago. it's far and away so much better than terrestrial radio howard.

    Just curious what did you get it for?

    Even without Howard it is worth it. I listen to it so much. I am always discovering new shows. 1st wave has a show I found on Sunday nights called "Dark Wave" where they played darker early alternative music. They played "Ringfinger" by NIN.

    Matt Pinfield plays whatever he wants on Left of Center is great every other Thursday.
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  • moeaholicmoeaholic Posts: 536
    rrivers wrote:
    Just curious what did you get it for?

    Even without Howard it is worth it. I listen to it so much. I am always discovering new shows. 1st wave has a show I found on Sunday nights called "Dark Wave" where they played darker early alternative music. They played "Ringfinger" by NIN.

    Matt Pinfield plays whatever he wants on Left of Center is great every other Thursday.

    satellite radio is like the plague. once one person gets it, it spreads to other people that person knows. there were about 3 or 4 guys i work with that picked it up, and they were listening to it through their pc. i was digging some of the stations they listened to. they showed me a list of stations and i saw a lot that interested me. plus, it wasn't as expensive as i originally thought it was going to be.

    currently, i listen mostly to jam_on, octane, howard, rawdog, and the 80's station. i love sirius.
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  • oppie1oppie1 Posts: 755
    moeaholic wrote:
    satellite radio is like the plague. once one person gets it, it spreads to other people that person knows. there were about 3 or 4 guys i work with that picked it up, and they were listening to it through their pc. i was digging some of the stations they listened to. they showed me a list of stations and i saw a lot that interested me. plus, it wasn't as expensive as i originally thought it was going to be.

    wow.. you just described the O&A Virus... ditch that sh|t d|ck hoo-hoo-howie and come to the Norton and Friends show
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  • 1STmammal2wearPants1STmammal2wearPants Worcester, MAPosts: 2,409
    oppie1 wrote:
    wow.. you just described the O&A Virus... ditch that sh|t d|ck hoo-hoo-howie and come to the Norton and Friends show


    some of what o & a do is hilarious: they know how to be funny but don't know when to stop sometimes. some of their stuff is downright offensive and not even funny.
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  • 10_pearljam10_pearljam Posts: 172
    oppie1 wrote:
    wow.. you just described the O&A Virus... ditch that sh|t d|ck hoo-hoo-howie and come to the Norton and Friends show


    Here is the only Greg and Anthony listener you guys were looking for...

    XM blows dude...you know it, Greg and Sally know it, Nascar knows it, Fox News knows it and the media know it...give up. You'll soon be listening to Sirius...and not by choice...

    OR

    you could go back to listening to Greg and Sally on "Free FM." YAY!!!!! Free FM!!!!

    HA HA HA HA HA!
    He is alive but feels absolutely nothing.
    So is he?
    When he was six he believed that the moon overhead followed him.
    By nine he had deciphered the illusion trading magic for fact.
    No tradebacks...
    So this is what it's like to be an adult
    If he only knew now what he knew then...
  • 1STmammal2wearPants1STmammal2wearPants Worcester, MAPosts: 2,409
    Here is the only Greg and Anthony listener you guys were looking for...

    XM blows dude...you know it, Greg and Sally know it, Nascar knows it, Fox News knows it and the media know it...give up. You'll soon be listening to Sirius...and not by choice...

    OR

    you could go back to listening to Greg and Sally on "Free FM." YAY!!!!! Free FM!!!!

    HA HA HA HA HA!


    actually, XM has over 6 million subscribers, and ive had them for almost two years now, and their music rotation is pretty excellent. sirius is geared for more of a mainstream selection of music. I like XM a lot. It seems to be in the better position than Sirius is with almost double the amount of subscribers.
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  • oppie1oppie1 Posts: 755
    Here is the only Greg and Anthony listener you guys were looking for...

    XM blows dude...you know it, Greg and Sally know it, Nascar knows it, Fox News knows it and the media know it...give up. You'll soon be listening to Sirius...and not by choice...

    OR

    you could go back to listening to Greg and Sally on "Free FM." YAY!!!!! Free FM!!!!

    HA HA HA HA HA!


    yeah.. you're right.. XM does blow.. you convinced me.. now you just gotta convince the other 7.5 million subscribers to jump ship to the company with only 4 mill subs...
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  • AllNiteThingAllNiteThing Posts: 1,041
    rrivers wrote:
    I liked the one (I can't remember who said it) that said if Artie's liver gets any blacker Anjelina Jolie is going to try to adopt it.


    That's great! I don't remember that. I was telling everyone my favorite was if his liver got any bigger and blacker, Lisa Lampanelli would fuck it! :D :D

    If you know her act, that is hilarious.
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  • AllNiteThingAllNiteThing Posts: 1,041
    Takei's last day of his previous stint was an amazing show. The whole bit with the fake Letterman calling in and inviting George to the show, then getting him to read the fake top 10 list about why Shatner is a dick or something like that. Hilarious! :D And Stern's farewell song to him. Stern + Sirius = genius. :cool:
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