Well I must say I don't know who wrote it but when Howard was asking Eric what character he would play in the bold and the beautiful and asked him if we would play firewood. I actually laughed out loud. First time in a long time but that was funny (to me).
Everyday, for my 8 minute drive to work, I have sirius online at work, but when I'm there, I just listen to music. If Howard had a third voice in the studio, I would listen for more, but he doesn't care anymore, and I don't care either.
i turned it on while i was in bed and it was a great sleeping pill. I slept soundly for the next 2 hours.
Photography's a joke. Anyone can be a photographer. You do your scary great pictures because you're a professional. I'll take my stupid...automatic camera...take pictures and we'll see if people can tell the difference. - HS, 2-1-02
Nope. Just skimmed the summary then checked out ETM clip because that Youtube guy cuts them all out and lasted less than 10 minutes through 40 min clip. It was fucking horrible. ETM & Howard put me to sleep.
The only thing that caught my attention was when the KOAB said he likes to see Beth's feet, but Howard always blurs them out in a photo. (Interesting because that has been pointed out here many times.) Howard said you can see Beth's feet in the photo he took of her under the Christmas tree ... but in reality, there is only one foot showing in the photo - the other must be dangling through a trap door ...
Listened to O&A live. Listening to Jim Norton's show now. After that I have Gary's infamous Babapology tape days all ready to go and I'll be listening to those. I am my own tapes team at this point. Haven't listened to Howard live in years. H100/101 are only good for Jackie's excellent Joke Hunt show.
It was a halfway decent show today, the porn mom / daughter not as bad as expected. As long as you can get a commercial free version or just walk away during those breaks, it's still a decent accompaniment to the work day. It's not all solid gold like the early Sirius days, but it's still light years ahead of anything else on the radio.