Having been let down by the show having returned to it's stagnated state, I've been left wondering if there is anything, or more importantly anyone, that could resuscitate the Howard Stern Show. Sour Shoes as the house band on a Monday with Shuli sitting in the Artie chair for the whole week had shown a spark of life in this tired old show. Then having Jason "Bigfoot Jr" Tesoro come in for a partial day faded my hopes. Having a wack packer in can be great, having a wack packer impersonator
Updated 10-15-2012 at 09:05 PM by Vashier
There will always be an underlying animosity between sub-forums on a message board. It's kind of like mini national pride. Me and My friends are so much better than you and your friends. It's understandable to a degree but when it starts to lead a board into splintering members it needs to be addressed and stopped. If this were a board like any other board this issue wouldn't be such a big deal. Why it is such a big deal here is because of our past. We came here after having been literally
Both factions of the Stern world, the lovers and the haters, have been arguing since the first episode of America's Got Talent ratings came in, that Howard has either saved or killed that show. Having had the entire season to mull this over there is only one conclusion that can be reached. "The Stern Effect" is no longer.
It isn't a case that Howard either brought in new viewers or drove away loyal viewers. Mr Howard Allen Stern had zero
Updated 09-28-2012 at 10:18 AM by Vashier
If I had planned on taking this responsibility on before I took it on, I would have written this blog before the one on AGT. Opps, the best laid plans of mice and men... well no, not even that since there were no plans.
This position came about rather suddenly when I was BS'n with dawg over the site. I had written a little bit for him in the past, no none of his posts , so he was familiar with my style. When I asked what he wanted from this Blogger he was looking for,
Updated 09-27-2012 at 11:50 PM by Vashier
I am simply amazed at the stupidity of Americans. I had always believed that the general public were much more intelligent than they were given credit for. Today I have changed my opinion. When over 1,200,000 people take the time to view a video then take from that video the exact opposite impression than what was intended, it tends to change your view.
A week ago Howard Stern aired a comedy interview that was comprised of a series of questions asked in a low income neighborhood
Updated 09-27-2012 at 11:53 PM by Vashier
Have you ever been in a fight with a person bigger than you? You know the kind of fight that drags on forever and just as you have bested the big guy he has a friend jump in? That's been my life for the last year. It feels like I've been trapped in a virtual battle royal with the insurance industry.
It all started when my wife fainted while getting dressed for work. She fractured her knee. She get's that repaired and as it's recovering her rotator cuff tears requiring a much longer
This thought hit me the other day after listening to the umpteenth time of I want to take this person's portrait, I want to photograph this famous person too. Isn't it rather rude to ask a person to your home that then has to sit for photo sessions when that's what they do for a living? It would be the same as Kimmel asking Howard out to his house then when he gets there tell him you have a tape recorder setup as you are an amateur radio producer and you want to work with Howard!
Updated 03-05-2013 at 01:29 AM by Vashier
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