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Analyse Thish – Inside the Mind of Howard Volume 1

Posted on Jul 10, 2017 by in Radio Gunk | 3 comments

This week we review the how’s and why’s of Howard Stern and his manufactured psychosis, why he started therapy, how his mother and father affected him so deeply that 20 years later, he’s still sucked in to the therapy vortex, and our assessment on how all those years of intense blathering has worked out for him. The early years were so good, we are saving Beth and the new improved Howard for Part 2.

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3 Comments

  1. I just can’t believe artie would kill the podcast. It just wasn’t good except for stuttering John’s two episodes….also the episode when art talks to a crooked cop. Anyway, he’s now bitchin about no cash…..a month after he pulls the plug on his show. Does artie need rehab or a CPA firm?

  2. I wanna blow all men, at barbeques, I wanna douche my friends, old n New, I wanna suck celebs ass, and wear a wig, I feel like a Jewish pig! Matza balls gafilta fish too howie is a filthy Jew, beth just.neighs, and I would too, Howard has a wig duuuuude. Beth is here, winst is too, robin is blimp sized dude, beth just neighs and I would too, Howard is a has been jew….that’s the real secret fourth verse to that song on boys go to the hamptons video

  3. Artie’s flair for the overdramatic “walk on the wild side” routine was old hat long before he started practicing it. Coupled with his working class inferiority complex, he comes off like a really lame Springsteen b-side. Artie should really think about taking up the guitar (like so many of his self-destructive heroes). It takes some real effort to learn how to play one, and you work up a good sweat on stage, melting those excess pounds away.