Now that I'm done sucking cock it's time to talk about what this stupid article is going to be about. Howard Stern, King of All Media including television, radio, print, film, cable, yelling at sock puppets, amusement parks, refridgerator magnets, TV dinners, and retirement homes, now wants to conquer the internet. Unfortunately what he doesn't know that most everything put on the internet immediately turns to shit. Look, we're not here to rip on Howard for trying to start an internet forum. In fact his reasons are very amiable. He wants a place where he can hang out with his fans and communicate with them after his show is eventually taken off the air. And he actually posts too. You won't see Rush Limbaugh replying to anything you have to say unless you buy an "Excellence in Broadcasting" chair complete with fart smells and chili stains. We're just here to do what we always do on Weekend Web and that is, making fun of internet forums.
Ninety percent of the replies to Howard Stern posts are either "WE LUV U HOWARD HERE IN CHICAGO!!!" or "FUCK U JEW BASTARD".
All of the usernames of people on the show are in yellow. That doesn't stop some guys like "Vinnie" from going "IS TAHT RELLY U HOWARD!?!"
Howard Stern, multi-millionaire, has a beautiful model girlfriend, lives in a huge skyrise apartment in New York, and a hosts syndicated radio show that garners millions of listeners every single day, IS POSTING ON AN INTERNET FORUM. I really don't know what to say.
Welcome to the world of tommorrow!!! The future is apparently filled with racist remarks and guys going, "UR A FAG STERN".
Howard, you need to brush up on your posting lessons.
Ben Stiller is a robot created to star in every bad movie imaginable. There is no stopping him!
"HAY BABY I LISTEN TO THE HOWARD STERN SHOW FOR A LIVING WANNA ASS FUCK LOL?!"
Oh "Dragonlordfrodo" you are so dreamy.
This is not my jury summons!
Can you figure out which clickbait headlines are a gross parody of journalism itself, and which are fake?
You cant go around life being smart in an unconventional way, it could change the world.
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