Eric The Actor Lynch Dies at 39

by admin on September 21, 2014

eric the actor San Jose SharksEric “The Actor” Lynch, a regular on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radioshow, died Saturday, according to his manager. He was 39.

Johnny Fratto, his manager and longtime friend, broke the news Sunday on Twitter. SiriusXM’s official Twitter also released a message regarding his death.

According to TMZ, Fratto said Lynch was rushed to a Sacramento hospital on Saturday after he began to have heart problems and that most of his organs just gave out. He died in the hospital, surrounded by family and friends.

Eric began calling Stern’s show in 2002, and quickly built up a reputation among those on the show and fans.

Rest in peace, Eric the Actor. We love you.

Eric the Actors blog post “My Bucket List”

This summer during my road trip vacation when I started have my health problems get to the point where I had to stay in the hospital I started thinking about what I still wanted to do in my live. I remember that two years ago there was a movie with Jack Nicholson, and Morgan Freeman that was called The Bucket List. Even though I have no plans of my life ending anytime soon I thought that I should make my own bucket list, and get started on it as soon as possible so here it goes.

#1.) Run for Governor of the state of California. I pick this first off because it the closet thing. California picks the next governor next year. I believe that I can out do the last two governors that this state has had. Arnold S., and the guy before him both sucked. They both put our state in the crapper.

#2.) Get Dougie The Puggie, and other books published, and Make the New York Times Best Sellers list with them all…..

#3.) Have one, or more of my books get turned into a big screen movie…..

#4.) Continue trying to get more acting roles on TV…..

#5.) Get my first movie role…..

#6.) Working with my two favorite wrestling companies WWE, and TNA in whatever way that I can…..

#7.) Direct a movie…..

#8.) Direct, and make a documentary…..

#9.) Get the nerve up to try at least one night of doing stand up…..

#10.) Show my talents as an artist by doing some designs, and drawings…..

#11.) Own or get to be a part of a record label. I think I have an ear for talent…..

#12.) Finally get to meet Kelly Clarkson, and meet a bunch of my other favorite celebrities…..

#13.) Continue to visit the girls of the Bunny Ranch, and the Love Ranch as much as I can…..

#14.) Go to the rest of the lower 48 states that I haven’t been to yet…..

#15.) Stay at as many of the Las Vegas hotels that I haven’t been to yet as I can…..

#16.) Have a huge family reunion for both sides of my family at Disneyworld or in Las Vegas.

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Howard Stern: Janay Rice has slave mentality

by admin on September 9, 2014

Janay Rice, the wife of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, has broken her silence after her husband was cut by the team and suspended indefinitely by the NFL following the release of a video that shows him violently striking her.

I woke up this morning feeling like I had a horrible nightmare, feeling like I’m mourning the death of my closest friend. But to have to accept the fact that it’s reality is a nightmare in itself. No one knows the pain that the media & unwanted options from the public has caused my family. To make us relive a moment in our lives that we regret every day is a horrible thing. To take something away from the man I love that he has worked his ass of for all his life just to gain ratings is horrific.

On Monday, the NFL said it hadn’t seen the latest video when it decided on the two-game suspension, though TMZ later reported that no one connected to the league asked Revel Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City for the video from inside the elevator.

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Howard Stern Ice Bucket Challenge

by admin on September 9, 2014

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To Be Takei

by admin on August 18, 2014

Most people know George Takei as Lt. Sulu, “Star Trek’s” even-tempered helmsman. But before and after the iconic series and subsequent films, the actor’s been at the center of seminal moments of American politics.

“To Be Takei,” a documentary opening Friday, looks at his celebrity, his childhood experience in U.S. internment camps for Japanese-Americans during World War II, and his prominent role as a gay-rights activist since coming out in 2005.

n 2012, he married longtime partner Brad Altman, who legally changed his name to Brad Takei. The film shows them as a married couple wading through “Trek” conventions and quibbling over Brad’s weight.

“George and I have been in a same-sex relationship for 27 years,” Brad tells the News. “After you see how normal and wonderful we are, do you really want to discriminate against same-sex couples?”

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Howard Stern’s goodbye to WCCC

by admin on August 6, 2014

howard stern wcccWCCC, the Hartford, Connecticut rock station which once employed Howard Stern has been sold. The new owner is dropping the station’s rock format at picking up a Christian one.

Stern, who famously made $250 a week when he worked at the station, called in during the channel’s final broadcast to reminisce with outgoing program director Mike Karolyi.

“The people of Hartford were so gracious to me when I lived there, not only in terms of radio but I made a lot of personal friends,” said Stern in a 17-minute telephone call to the station during the farewell broadcast. “I am very grateful for the experience I had in Hartford.”

He added, “I love WCCC and I am sorry to see it stop being a rock station.”

Howard Stern joined WCCC-FM in early 1979, a part of his career which was documented in the film Private Parts. He met his long-time sidekick Fred Norris while working at WCCC.

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Captain Janks pranks MSNBC

by admin on July 18, 2014

Captain Janks, a Howard Stern fan lied his way onto MSNBC’s coverage of the Malaysian plane crash, telling “The Cycle” host Krystal Ball by phone that the aircraft was “shot down by a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s ass.”

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Howard Stern on Anthony Cumia’s Firing

by admin on July 14, 2014

Sirius XM recently fired Anthony Cumia over harsh Tweets he made toward a black woman he claimed punched him in the face on the street. He has been unrepentant, refusing to apologize.

His defense is he talks like that all the time on his “Opie & Anthony” show and nobody complains. Then again, his audience is used to it.

“People who listened to me on the air would have known, yeah, he talks like that on the show all the time,” Cumia told Fox. “For 10 years at SiriusXM, I had spoken like that, stringing together lines of obscenities in nonsensical fashion.”

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George Takei at TED Talks

by admin on July 12, 2014

When he was a child, George Takei and his family were forced into an internment camp for Japanese-Americans, as a “security” measure during World War II.

70 years later, Takei looks back at how the camp shaped his surprising, personal definition of patriotism and democracy.

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Build a Business Like Howard Stern

July 9, 2014

If there is one thing that you can learn from artists and businessmen, it’s that you can draw inspiration from practically anything, even from the mundane or offbeat. That is, if you keep an open mind. Offensive, outspoken, controversial. These are just some of the ideas people often associate with radio host Howard Stern’s name. […]

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Anthony from O&A Fired by SiriusXM

July 7, 2014

Some SiriusXM listeners have said they will cancel their subscription to the premium satellite radio service after it fired shock jock Anthony Cumia of the popular show Opie & Anthony for a slew of racist remarks he made on Twitter. Cumia, 53, was fired for posting “racially-charged and hate-filled” remarks on Twitter, per a statement […]

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