Stern on Imus

Barbara Guerriero mushmouse_44 at
Fri Apr 13 19:45:25 CDT 2007

Stern predicted that Imus would not last the week. He canot say too much 
becuase of the agreement  he has with his former employer that he would keep 
his mouth shut about all matters concerning them; Robin sated she overheard 
imus call some women in the offices at nbc the "n" word; you can tell she 
hates him by the tone in her voice

>From: JOELTLE515 at
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>To: thewho at
>Subject: Re: Stern on Imus
>Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 23:50:13 EDT
>In a message dated 4/11/2007 8:25:54 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>mushmouse_44 at writes:
> > Stern wants to see Imus fired becuase he hates him. He loves the idea 
> > NBC is on its knees trying to figure out what to do. He did say the 
> > was stupid and laughs at Imus' stupidity. Stern at least has diversity 
> > his group; Imus' show does not. Stern is sitting back laughing at Imus
> > defending himself and laughing at NBC;
> >
>nothing really surprising, although I was wondering about stern's reaction 
>the whole imus thing too. as much as some may not be too fond of robin on
>stern's show, at least stern has what you may call a "strong black woman" 
>as one
>of his "co-horts" (I believe she served in the military believe it or not),
>and they even make fun of each other now and then.  that's the kind of 
>that pete was lacking on that fateful morning and roger was willing to go 
>with.   if you go on stern's show, you should expect to be made fun of 
>something and be willing to go along with it. if you don't want it, don't 
>go on.
>  I know it sounds like i'm changing the subject here, but that's how I 
>personally, I never really liked imus by the way. I saw his show on MSNBC
>once because I heard someone was gonna be on, and it was like the most 
>thing I've ever seen on TV.  I can do his voice though. maybe I could be 
>replacement during the two weeks he's off? ; )
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