He didn’t know if he wanted to go to work at 5 a.m. I told her that I’d been a fan since I was 15 – and that the gig would give me four college credits.
O'Neil realized the photo made her uncomfortable and it has since been removed. I've been a listener since Howard hit the Dallas airwaves. I was a tame, sexually frightened Catholic kid, but somehow The Stern Show appealed to me. Crew." or, "Sally the sacker is the sweetest thing in your lovely grocery store", I just need to respond. How anyone could think that someone who makes the work I make would also consider a time in the Stern studio "art" completely baffles me.THE first thing Howard Stern ever said to me was, “Hey, nice rack.” That was seven years ago, when I was his intern.Now I’m sitting in his new studio at Sirius satellite radio, and Howard, with only five live shows left on regular radio, is telling me that he actually considered leaving radio for good for two weeks during the Sirius negotiations. The day I showed up to apply for his show years back, I interviewed with a woman named Cathy Tobin, who asked me why I wanted to work for Howard.THREE mornings a week, at , I’d play hostess to the strippers and assorted nuts waiting in the green room – all sitting on a couch with worn glitter specks ground into the cushions, courtesy of the dancers and crazies, some naked.On more than one occasion, I had to ask a topless woman if she took sugar in her coffee.