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Shock jock Howard Stern, Beth Ostrosky tie knot

There are 23 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Oct 6, 2008, titled Shock jock Howard Stern, Beth Ostrosky tie knot. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Shock jock Howard Stern has embraced tradition. The radio talk show host known for hosting porn stars married his longtime girlfriend, Beth Ostrosky, on Friday.

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John

Centreville, VA

#1 Oct 6, 2008
Howard Stern goes the therapy 3 times a week because deep down he hates himself for becoming the phony liberal Hamptons living celebrity jerk he used to mock on his radio show. i wonder if he lets beth see him without his hair weave?
Jim

United States

#2 Oct 6, 2008
Gee, I'm wondering what parts of the holy and sacred marriage sacrament that most faiths broadly adhere to, was he able to say "I do" and "I will" to. Stern is to the marriage sacrament as a dead roach is to the bottom of a soda cup after you have drunk it. If I am forced to subscribe to him after this XM/sierrus merger- then it's "good-by" XM
Garry N

Chicago, IL

#3 Oct 6, 2008
Howard claims he was never unfaithful during his first marriage and there has never ben any evidence introduced that he was unfaithful. Don't worry Jim, you wont be forced to do anything. Goodbye!
Joe

Baltimore, MD

#4 Oct 6, 2008
When did the word tony become and adjective? I thought it was a person's name.
John

Centreville, VA

#6 Oct 6, 2008
Did Howard consumate the marriage with Ralph, Beth or both?
Garry N

Chicago, IL

#7 Oct 6, 2008
Im sure Ralph was as obnoxious as ever.
Street Justice

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Oct 6, 2008
good for howard...hey now. If some of you people hate him so much why bother to read?
The king of all media lives on and happily ever after
gwb

Glen Burnie, MD

#9 Oct 6, 2008
Before they dated, she had to show her ti** to him. A match made in heaven.
Snow Bound

Kamas, UT

#10 Oct 6, 2008
can I see those pups?
steveg

East New Market, MD

#11 Oct 6, 2008
Despite his public persona and the way he makes his living, I think Howard Stern is probably a real person, maybe even thoughtful, caring and sensitive. Too bad his significant contribution to the coarsening of our culture is pretty unforgivable. Anyway, best wishes to them.

“There is a stink in Baltimore”

Since: Aug 08

Jessup, MD

#12 Oct 7, 2008
Would anyone marry him if he did not have money? EWWWWW...I think not! Best wishes as it will last as he loves porn stars and she is one.

Tashunkewitko

“RWNJobs: Enoch, AB2, NO 419...”

Since: Jun 08

CP, Gunner, GSC...

#13 Oct 7, 2008
Howeird Stern...what a joke! Only in America can a scumbag like Howie make millions.
Garry N

Chicago, IL

#14 Oct 7, 2008
Tashunkewitko wrote:
Howeird Stern...what a joke! Only in America can a **** like Howie make millions.
I never can understand all the negativity. His interviews with celebrities are fascinating. His latest interview of Chevy Chase was one of his best. Chevy got into his relationship with Bill Murray, John Belushi, Doug Kenney and the mystery surrounding Doug's death. Just to remind everyone, Doug Kenney played Stork in Animal House, co-wrote Animal House and Caddyshack and co-founded Harvard Lampoon. Chevy Chase was a close friend of his and was in Hawaii with him when he died.
Surf52

Baltimore, MD

#15 Oct 7, 2008
Does anyone know where to send Beth a sympathy card?
GHT

Portland, OR

#16 Oct 7, 2008
Howard is real and a sensitive guy. His radio show personna is just that, a personna. He makes millions off it and lives a great life. There is not one Bible thumper amongst us right now that would not do the same given the opportunity. On the contrary, Howard wasn't just "handed" the opportunity, he worked his arse off for it. Love him or hate him, love his content or hate it, he's a genius.
Hmmmmm

United States

#17 Oct 7, 2008
Joe wrote:
When did the word tony become and adjective? I thought it was a person's name.
It became one sometime in the 1800's. Hard to keep up with that modern slang, isn't it!

I don't see it used too often now-a-days.
Hmmmmm

United States

#18 Oct 7, 2008
Garry N wrote:
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I never can understand all the negativity. His interviews with celebrities are fascinating. His latest interview of Chevy Chase was one of his best. Chevy got into his relationship with Bill Murray, John Belushi, Doug Kenney and the mystery surrounding Doug's death. Just to remind everyone, Doug Kenney played Stork in Animal House, co-wrote Animal House and Caddyshack and co-founded Harvard Lampoon. Chevy Chase was a close friend of his and was in Hawaii with him when he died.
I'm not a fan of Howard Stern - his humor just doesn't appeal to me. But I have to agree some of his interviews are pretty good.
Garry N

Chicago, IL

#19 Oct 7, 2008
GHT wrote:
Howard is real and a sensitive guy. His radio show personna is just that, a personna. He makes millions off it and lives a great life. There is not one Bible thumper amongst us right now that would not do the same given the opportunity. On the contrary, Howard wasn't just "handed" the opportunity, he worked his **** off for it. Love him or hate him, love his content or hate it, he's a genius.
Couldnt' have said it better GHT. Also check out his recent interview of Chris Rock. Saturday Night Live trivia, Chris Farley info. Do you know there was alot of criticism about the SNL Chippendale bit Chris Farley did with Patrick Swayze. Farley was allegedly a huge addict and Chris Rock and Norm MacDonald felt that the way the bit was handled where Swayze was selected and the way it was explained to Farley's character, seemed to be unnecessarily critical of Farley's weight and appearance. Rock thought that Farley's fragile condition might have worsened. Rock said the bit would have been just as funny if Farley's character had been selected.
Garry N

Chicago, IL

#20 Oct 7, 2008
Chris Rock also said something else interesting about Chris Farley. He thought the movie execs who hired Farley had to accept some responsibility for his death. He said Farley would come out of rehab and act in a movie days later. He said Farley did not die because he was a (alleged)coke addict, he died because he was a (alleged) coke addict who could get his hands on 10 grand whenever he needed to.

Parentheticals are mine.
Hmmmmm

United States

#21 Oct 7, 2008
Garry N wrote:
Chris Rock also said something else interesting about Chris Farley. He thought the movie execs who hired Farley had to accept some responsibility for his death. He said Farley would come out of rehab and act in a movie days later. He said Farley did not die because he was a (alleged)coke addict, he died because he was a (alleged) coke addict who could get his hands on 10 grand whenever he needed to.
Parentheticals are mine.
So it's the movie execs fault for giving him a job and paying him for it? It's not their responsibility to worry about what someone spends their money on.

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