When Howard hit the air waves, he made our ears bleed, and we screamed for more! The edginess that Howard incorporated into his dialogues, opinions, and general content, opened the doors for so much more today. Whether he is or not, he comes across as honest and sincere when talking about his sponsors, or dealing with certain political issues. The only problem with Howard is what do we consider "going over the limit." While Howard's shows do not offend me, what guidelines are necessary to protect children who might be listening? (Having his own stations and networks seems to be proving itself to be a good idea.)Another thing with Howard's show is a tendency to recycle gags from earlier episodes. (He's been on long enough that some of us old timers are starting to remember them.) Despite all this, he still soldiers on, managing to keep us entertained.
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