Week Of 10/1: Live!

kryptonite

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The anniversary of Cocktober, the Heaviest Diaper Contest tomorrow, lots of Kavanaugh discussion and clips of Pat Robertson talking about the Kavanaugh accusers.
 
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scotchandcigar

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lots of Kavanaugh discussion and clips of Pat Robertson talking about the Kavanaugh accusers.
Now Howard goes on and on about Kavanaugh, but where was Howard when the guy who selected Kavanaugh was getting elected? I can't get past the hypocrisy.
 

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Now Howard goes on and on about Kavanaugh, but where was Howard when the guy who selected Kavanaugh was getting elected? I can't get past the hypocrisy.

Yeah, yeah, yeah...Howard and the Donald are buddies. Howard doesn't want to ruin that..

Meanwhile on Wednesday's show, a panel. During the news, some guy called in and asked if Howard still got offers to return to FM. I think it was Robin who said they could never offer what SiriusXM does.

...who the heck would ask such a question? Maybe they still give Howard offers, but they'd have to realize Howard won't return to four days a week. Five days a week with 10-11 weeks per year vacation? Forget it.

Peter North gay porn? Richard says it's fake news.
 
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Meanwhile on Wednesday's show, a panel. During the news, some guy called in and asked if Howard still got offers to return to FM. I think it was Robin who said they could never offer what SiriusXM does.

...who the heck would ask such a question? Maybe they still give Howard offers, but they'd have to realize Howard won't return to four days a week. Five days a week with 10-11 weeks per year vacation? Forget it.
Definitely a planted call. That's like asking if the next Star Wars movie will be available on VHS. I mean, FM is over, the era has passed. Half the people in this country have probably never listened to FM.
 

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Definitely a planted call. That's like asking if the next Star Wars movie will be available on VHS. I mean, FM is over, the era has passed. Half the people in this country have probably never listened to FM.
Just about the only reasons to (traffic and sports) are becoming obsolete. There were a couple occasions last year I had to synch the video feed of games to the radio broadcast, but it was easy via the TuneIn app which allows pausing.

The kids have Spotify, iTunes, Pandora, etc. Slacker used to be discussed around these parts, but I don't know what happened there...

I'd imagine a lot of radio listeners are the older generation who listened to their local shows in the 80s and 90s who still listen to those shows. I can't really imagine kids do, unless they're in the car with mom or dad...but even then, their parents are rapidly becoming a digital generation. Maybe if they're with the grandparents...

There are all sorts of traffic apps...if you can manage to look at a device while driving, which can be a ticketable offense, even if you're not texting.

If it wasn't a plant, the guy was utterly naive. Howard immediately plugged the Biggest Diaper Contest after the call.
 

kryptonite

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I saw a couple moments of the Biggest Diaper Contest on the app.

It is, by far, the most utterly disgusting thing. I'm not sure if I want to go back and see more...as in...I'm not sure, not a definite "I'm not sure if I do."
 

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Howard has been sly in his criticism of pump. And how about the trump calls ins, and the songs? They've been making fun of the dude the whole time. Does he talk about trump every morning, no. He's positioning himself to get trump in right before he retires, IMO.
 

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I saw a couple moments of the Biggest Diaper Contest on the app.

It is, by far, the most utterly disgusting thing. I'm not sure if I want to go back and see more...as in...I'm not sure, not a definite "I'm not sure if I do."
Worse than the biggest hemorrhoid contest?
 

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Was that on the video?
I believe there was video, although the actual hemorrhoids may have been blurred. There were contestants who had needed medical help for years, but didn't go. They had hemorrhoids the size of their asses, some took the shape of an ottoman. It was horrendous, people were throwing-up left and right.

The largest balls contest was pretty bad, too. There was a guy whose balls were the size of a person, it was the entire lower half of his body.
 

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I believe there was video, although the actual hemorrhoids may have been blurred. There were contestants who had needed medical help for years, but didn't go. They had hemorrhoids the size of their asses, some took the shape of an ottoman. It was horrendous, people were throwing-up left and right.

The largest balls contest was pretty bad, too. There was a guy whose balls were the size of a person, it was the entire lower half of his body.
It's a shame the guy with the sweatshirt died, or at least I think he did.
 

kryptonite

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Sal had to change Richard's diaper.
1) Howard: "Shame on everyone who had anything to do with this...including me."
2) If the show's lifespan doesn't end with those two having full-on sex, it'll be the biggest tease of all time.
2a) Not that I want that of course, but their homosexuality for each other isn't a secret.
3) This wasn't "gay" in a sense...ok, it was, but I would have liked to see George in for that bit.
 

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It's a shame the guy with the sweatshirt died, or at least I think he did.
Wesley Warren Jr. - Wikipedia.

Indeed he did, complications from diabetes. The article says it wasn't related, but how healthy and in-shape can you be exercising with this condition?

It's another story of how government bureaucracy in the medical field can screw us over. The doctors volunteered to do this for free, but Nevada Medicare apparently didn't pay for the facilities.