OP = Poorly educated fatty who listens to Howard Stern. You know, cause he's a MAJOR advocate for the gays and, stuff.
Artie is a great storyteller and entertainer. R1 is gay -and that's it. Artie is also a reformed homophobe.
Is he back on the show?
More importantly, how is Robin?
Please, R1, go fuck yourself.
He's not the only one nodding off while he's on the air.
Gee, I live in America, R6, and Artie has a special place in my heart. Don't speak for me!
Methadone makes people fat.
Artie is on methadone? I remember him talking about taking a daily tablet for opiate abuse, but didn't realize it was methadone.
I don't know if he's on methadone or not but I know methadone makes people puffy and bloated which is usually even more noticeable because they switch quickly from being scrawny junkies to having moon faces and double chins and belly fat.
You people discuss this trash radio show like you're discussing a debate on string theory.
Do any of you have jobs? Do you read books? Are you all self loathing queers or are some of you just homophobes?
Artie's always been fat and ugly, drugs or no drugs. And he used to be a horrible homophobe. One of the main reasons I stopped listening to Howard was Artie's homophobia.
I called in once and told him what I thought and he tried to apologize and I got in one good line, 'Why is it always the ugly straight ones who are so worried about being hit on?'
Is he scratching his balls in that interview? His hand stays all the way down his pants for several seconds.
I just heard that Stern might have just officially fired.
I can't watch a video featuring that anti-gay douche, Adam Carolla in it.
R14, could you clarify?
Artie hasn't been on Howard Stern in a few years. This thread is about his new radio show the Nick and Artie show.
R1 I bet if you actually listened to Howard Stern you'd probably agree with him 95% of the time. He's one of the good guys.
If any of you bitches have a shred of evidence proving Stern's homophobia, please put up or shut up.
I listen to Howard everyday his show airs he is 100% for gay marriage
As an actor, I think Artie had one of the most touching performances of all time portraying a concerned parent: