Friday, January 12, 2007
This Day in American Radio History--Twofer
Also on this day in 1954, Howard Stern was born in Roosevelt, New York. Stern has a great talent for interview but a very weird sense of humor and decorum so, although popular, he is not very well respected.
Moreover, are you implying that Rush is "well respected"? Again by who? Although I don't have any facts, I would submit a lot more people disrespect Rush than disrespect Howard. I do note, for whats its worth, that the president's Rassmusen's disrespect rating today just hit the lowest point in its history.
I'm implying no such thing about Rush except, as I stated, his success in audience numbers and the number of stations that carry his show. If you see anything else in the very short things I wrote, it is you creating it, because I didn't put it in. Was Rasmussen not around for Truman in 1952?
2. one person who respects Stern is David Spade.http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1187317,00.html
I think Robin and Gary also respect him. And his parents. Roger Ebert Likes him. Forbes and Time named him one of the 100 most powerful celebrities (Forbes named him #7). That could be considered respect.
3. Drunken dwarves can be entertaining. And whats the difference between a "desperate" Stripper and a regular run of the mill stripper? Personally I'd take strippers and dwarves over the desperate neocons, homophobes, and racists i hear on those increasingly rare occassions that I turn on Rush.
Sorry in advance for the poor grammar, its that damned Catholic education.