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Vargas

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Again, a great interview with Rosie. I really like her as a guest and am glad that her and Howard have gotten past the old fued.

The question is will you listen or try her show now that she has been on Howard?
 

TimTimSalabim

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I'm not much of a Rosie fan, so I don't know yet if I'll listen to her show. But it was a great interview.
 

Snoozer

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I like her as a quest shes been great about 3 times now on the show. I'm sure I'll give her show a shot when Howard leaves early or on vacation I have my doubts I'll like it but who knows?
 

limegrass69

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I thought the interview was pretty good. She's usually an interesting guest, at least to me.
She obviously has some emotional issues, and I usually find people that are a little off center to be interesting.

:clueless:
 

IronJabroni

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I urge you fair listeners to check out today's rosie interview...pretty heavy stuff (no pun intended)
 

GoodDog

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It’s always fascinating to hear someone with many emotional and mental health issues commenting nonstop on others.
 

jef

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Howard talking about Sybian...

Artie: "This is the hottest..."

:D

They should start calling it the Sabean!

edit: enjoyed the Rosie interview, too - not a big fan of her style, but always enjoy a guest that isn't afraid to go places many celebs won't - like her hate for Elizabeth Half-a-brain or whatever she called her :)
 

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I'm excited for her show and I think will be very different to the other Female juggernauts on Satellite Radio, Oprah and Martha.

Rosie is not PC :)
I've been brutal on Sirius XM's signings in the past, and for good reason I think. But I think this is a great idea and will work out well for the company. Her bluntness will make for some great radio.

I know Bubba mentioned wanting to get her on the show, I hope that goes through.
 

kryptonite

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They should start calling it the Sabean!

Because it's a complete bore that the listeners are fed up with and many people say that "it's not entertaining radio?"


edit: enjoyed the Rosie interview, too - not a big fan of her style, but always enjoy a guest that isn't afraid to go places many celebs won't - like her hate for Elizabeth Half-a-brain or whatever she called her :)

Attacking The View...always good stuff.
 
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kryptonite

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I know Bubba mentioned wanting to get her on the show, I hope that goes through.

Bubba vs Rosie in the Bubbagon. Wouldn't even need to break out the sumo suits for that one! :roflmao:


(You know I like Bubba, but I couldn't resist.)
 

Chrissyb

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I've never been a Rosie fan, but I've never disliked her either.. I really liked the interview. Rosie and Howard work very well with each other.

I was hanging on every word and couldn't get enough.. I will listen to her show when it starts.
 

limegrass69

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I'm excited for her show and I think will be very different to the other Female juggernauts on Satellite Radio, Oprah and Martha.

Rosie is not PC :)

I think the big difference is that she will actually be showing up to do a radio program...unlike some other so-called "juggernauts" who merely slap their name on something and collect their stipend. :rolleyes:
 

kryptonite

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I think the big difference is that she will actually be showing up to do a radio program...unlike some other so-called "juggernauts" who merely slap their name on something and collect their stipend. :rolleyes:

Yet Howard brought over millions, either directly or indirectly. "Hey, Howard is on Sirius. What is Sirius? Oh, here's XM. What does XM have?" How many people knew of Sirius or XM before Howard? How many people know now?

Let's see how many Rosie brings over.
 

limegrass69

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Yet Howard brought over millions, either directly or indirectly. "Hey, Howard is on Sirius. What is Sirius? Oh, here's XM. What does XM have?" How many people knew of Sirius or XM before Howard? How many people know now?

Let's see how many Rosie brings over.

I'll actually give her show a listen and keep an open mind. It sounds like she is really into trying to succeed and make the show interesting. I hope it works out. The more unique programming that can be developed for satellite radio, the better the chance of a long-term success of the medium.