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jackal|31005
Mah mah mon key
ta ta too thy
ra ra re tard
ba ba booey! ba ba booey!
vacuousmermaid
It is so satisfying to watch. haha
A7
A DeSean Jackson
jackal|2102
Ba ba boo ey Mah mah mon key ta ta too thy
ra ra re tard ba ba booey! ba ba booey! fa fa fo hi ta ta too thy fla fla flow hi
There's a monkey that lives in a man cave below
He's a flunky that works on the howard stern show!
He's got humongous teeth and two lips like balloons
And he looks like an Eritrean baboon
He's scratching his ass as he's licking his lips
JeffCannata
You can always ignore posters by clicking on their names
BrownBomber
gtg have good day chatroom
JesseHaysFL
Wow I wonder what the return is on spamming a chat room of a video game podcast. None of us care about a jackyls trip to paris or how much money (his) sister makes from home in a week.Why bother messing with DLC?
TheGrue
JeffCannata:The problem is this person gets on with a random name
Then disconnects
Would have to ban their IP
jackal|1641
Previously nicknamed Boy Gary, DellAbates Baba Booey moniker originated on the Howard Stern Show in 1989, after telling a story of his prized collection of animation cels. In the course of discussing a Quick Draw McGraw cel he might purchase, he misstated the name of McGraws sidekick Baba Looey as Baba Booey (In actuality, Gary was not e
ntirely wrong when he referred to Baba Booey. Quickdraw McGraw frequently referred to Baba Looey as Baba Boy, which tended to sound like Baba Booey and could easily be misunderstood, as Gary would have you believe). As is typical of the show, the rest of the cast goofed on his mistake, becoming especially merciless since he was mulling the
purchase of a cel of a character without even knowing the characters correct name. DellAbate said something to the effect that they would forget the name by the next day, yet after nearly two decades it is still his nickname. The nickname is frequently varied to similar sounding names such as Fah Fah Fooey or Ma Ma Monkey.
DellAbate has often recounted that people unfamiliar with the Stern show think Baba Booey is his real name. A frequent guest on the TV game show The Hollywood Squares, DellAbate was sometimes just called Bob or Baba by unknowing contestants.
Baba Booey as a term has become a mantra for fans of the Howard Stern Show and is often used as a tag for crank calls to live network television or radio broadcasts.
PrimeFiveByFive
I wouldn't be surprised if Rocket League becomes an e-sport game.
SimonWest
Well the guy must be a 1337 hax0r, lol look at his skills
JesseHaysFL
Wow bababoey wiki, now the bot really has me intrigued.
StaatsOne
give it 5 years and people will stop saying that
TheGrue
PrimeFiveByFive:I think it is, actually
A7
Baba Booey?
StaatsOne
mocking watching video game online videos
a bunch of kids these days watch minecraft videos
JesseHaysFL
Not just kids, lots of regular (non gamers) watch these videos as well to get a taste of what their son.daughter,nephew friend is up to inline.
online sorry
Reformed
Totally agree, just getting into MOBAs and there is a lack of explaining the basics
stedman
MLB was doing something like that as well
PrimeFiveByFive
TheGrue: Already? That's cool. :D
stedman
hardcore stream for folks who really know baseball
A7
Inordinate is putting it lightly ;)
ForgedIn
After Lange served a short jail term and successfully completed a drug rehabilitation program, comedian Norm MacDonald offered him a part in the 1998 movie Dirty Work. While promoting the movie, McDonald brought Lange to The Howard Stern Show. Lange appeared on the show several times after, and was eventually asked to take over Jackie Martlings ch
air when Martling left the Stern Show in 2001.
Since Lange joined the show, Stern has often teased him for his eating habits, his role in the poorly-received movie Dirty Work and his lack of professionalism. Stern also makes a point to praise Langes comedic talents. Stern and his staff have commented that Langes life is a sort of perpetual adolescence; his mother delivers food parcels and cle
ans his apartment, he continually gorges himself on pizza and other fattening foods, and his past drunken binges are legendary among Stern fans.
In early June 2005, Lange began missing work at the Howard Stern Show, prompting concerns of a possible relapse of past substance abuse. The situation climaxed in Lange behaving incoherently and belligerently on-the-air. He infamously sneered at Stern and crew that: Arties gotta do what Arties gotta do! Stern later commented that this statement
had scared him. Lange missed the entire week of work.
At the time, Langes absence from the show went largely unmentioned and was written off as stress from doing the radio show and beginning production of his movie Beer League. The real reason for Langes absence was revealed in a spontaneous revelation on the September 21, 2006 episode, on which Lange acknowledged that he was regularly snorting hero
in from February to June 2005. Lange discussed past episodes of heroin use, beginning when he was a stand-up comedian and continuing until Beer League was set to begin shooting. Lange detailed his painful withdrawal, which included common side effects such as cold sweats, shaking and vomiting. Lange recalled disconnecting the telephone to avoid spe
aking to his mother, who ultimately intervened to help him recover. Lange was threatened with legal action by the Beer League producers (whom he later described as having waste management connections) if he failed to show up for the first day of shooting in June 2005, which led Lange to secure a home visit from a doctor who prescribed Lange with
StaatsOne
really?
ForgedIn
buprenorphine (Subutex) to alleviate his heroin dependency. Since starting the medicine, Lange has claimed to be free of any illegal substances, though he has gained almost 100 lb (45 kg) since quitting heroin.
In the days leading up to Sterns departure from terrestrial radio, Lange revealed that he and Gary DellAbate were approached by Infinity Broadcasting about replacing him on terrestrial radio with their own show. Lange claimed he was offered roughly $5 million to defect, but he and DellAbate claimed to have never given the offer much thought.
Lange is known for doing many impressions on the show, among them are Rush Limbaugh, Ted Kennedy, Iron Sheik, Eric the Midget, Don Rickles, Katt Williams, Johnny Fratto, Jeff the Drunk, Harry Caray, Brian Johnson, Mark the Bagger, Elliot Offen, Bigfoot, Crazy Alice, Henry Hill, Bubba the Love Sponge, The Notorious B.I.G. and others.
Due to his fame as Howard Sterns sidekick, Lange was invited by Playboy to be part of a special photoshoot as one of the Cyber Clubs celebrity photographers. He chose Miss November 2001 Lindsey Vuolo as his model for the pictorial.
SimonWest
well we need people like espn to take it more seriously if they want to cover it
stedman
yah, i can't remember the exact stream
StaatsOne
is it mlb official?
or just some dudes doing it
stedman
i can't remember, it might have been
let me see if i can dig it up
it's not for every game, of course
it was sabermetrically oriented
StaatsOne
yeah that's what I want, a big stat head talking
jackal|63442
During a Stern Show weight loss competition, Lange was the only contestant to actually gain weight. He has also been asked to appear on Celebrity Fit Club for each of four seasons, but has declined every time.
In May 2004, Las Vegas station KLAS-TV reported him dead. The story turned out to be a prank executed by Stern Show regular caller Captain Janks.
The website http://www.artielangedeathwatch.com was started to predict when Lange would die if he continues this lifestyle. Before discontinuing updates, the site projected that he would die at age 53[6]. The site resulted in Artie getting turned down for special life insurance, when the company came across it.[7]
Since quitting heroin, Lange has gained well over 100 lb (45 kg); on March 3, 2008, it was determined on The Howard Stern Show that he had reached 295 lb (134 kg).
Also in September 2007, Lange gave details of his experiences with sleep apnea. Lange claims that he has awoken in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and has fallen asleep while sitting on the toilet.
Artie was tested by John Hein for Type-2 diabetes on October 24 while on the Howard Stern show and his blood sugar was at 238. The next day on the show Artie stated his mother took him to see a doctor and was tested for diabetes. The tests came back negative and he stated his blood pressure was normal. The doctor, however, was very concerned with t
he speed that Lange has gained so much weight and suggested he go on a diet to save his heart. Since this incident, Artie has begun a moderate diet. Staff members have already commented that he looks less bloated.
On November 1, 2007, Lange revealed on-air that he had taken a tablet of Subutex and was feeling slightly high. Howard insisted it was because of his new diet. Less than an hour after feeling the effects of Subutex, Lange threw two objects, one of which being a CD case, in a fit of rage at cast member Sal the Stockbroker; the two were not on speaki
ng terms after a heated argument that they had the day before along with Richard Christy. Artie became frustrated once Sal and Richard attempted to amend the situation with an apology he found to be phony. Artie would soon afterwards apologize to Sal, admitting that he overreacted and crossed a line [he] never thought [he] would and would make
up with Sal and Richard one week later on November 8.
A picture on November 7, 2007 was revealed on air from the previous day when Artie was photographed holding a McDonalds bag and drink. Artie had called in sick the next day  blaming his diet for his illness  and the cast teased him anyway.
On November 14, 2007, Lange added an additional revelation that in his early 20s, he contracted chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease. He said that it was likely from receiving oral sex from a prostitute at a bachelor party. His doctor felt it was possible that the prostitute reused a condom from another man who was infected with the STD. Lange
described having to receive a shot to fight the infection.
StaatsOne
not sarcastic
JesseHaysFL
I think ESPN is the old way, the new thing will be twitch, youtube etc. (It already is) I really think the old way of watching TV is going away quickly so in a few years ESPN wont matter. Pewdiepie has something like 10 Billion views.......ESPN wishes it had those numbers.
stedman
yeah, that's what the stream was trying to accomplish
SimonWest
they have had a mixture, but complaints vs espn when they covered something they were just putting random stats up and not talking about plays etc
A7
JesseHaysFL Don't put the cart before the horse.
StaatsOne
you can get people to watch if you make it about the PLAYERS, not the game
jackal|72720
During a Stern Show weight loss competition, Lange was the only contestant to actually gain weight. He has also been asked to appear on Celebrity Fit Club for each of four seasons, but has declined every time.
In May 2004, Las Vegas station KLAS-TV reported him dead. The story turned out to be a prank executed by Stern Show regular caller Captain Janks.
The website http://www.artielangedeathwatch.com was started to predict when Lange would die if he continues this lifestyle. Before discontinuing updates, the site projected that he would die at age 53[6]. The site resulted in Artie getting turned down for special life insurance, when the company came across it.[7]
Since quitting heroin, Lange has gained well over 100 lb (45 kg); on March 3, 2008, it was determined on The Howard Stern Show that he had reached 295 lb (134 kg).
Also in September 2007, Lange gave details of his experiences with sleep apnea. Lange claims that he has awoken in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and has fallen asleep while sitting on the toilet.
Artie was tested by John Hein for Type-2 diabetes on October 24 while on the Howard Stern show and his blood sugar was at 238. The next day on the show Artie stated his mother took him to see a doctor and was tested for diabetes. The tests came back negative and he stated his blood pressure was normal. The doctor, however, was very concerned with t
he speed that Lange has gained so much weight and suggested he go on a diet to save his heart. Since this incident, Artie has begun a moderate diet. Staff members have already commented that he looks less bloated.
On November 1, 2007, Lange revealed on-air that he had taken a tablet of Subutex and was feeling slightly high. Howard insisted it was because of his new diet. Less than an hour after feeling the effects of Subutex, Lange threw two objects, one of which being a CD case, in a fit of rage at cast member Sal the Stockbroker; the two were not on speaki
ng terms after a heated argument that they had the day before along with Richard Christy. Artie became frustrated once Sal and Richard attempted to amend the situation with an apology he found to be phony. Artie would soon afterwards apologize to Sal, admitting that he overreacted and crossed a line [he] never thought [he] would and would make
up with Sal and Richard one week later on November 8.
A picture on November 7, 2007 was revealed on air from the previous day when Artie was photographed holding a McDonalds bag and drink. Artie had called in sick the next day  blaming his diet for his illness  and the cast teased him anyway.
StaatsOne
just like nascar, gymnastics, etc
stedman
i think rob nyer was involved
StaatsOne
let's get jeff on there
JesseHaysFL
A7 I think its already tipped in that direction, look at the numbers. TV raitings are the worst they have ever been. You are correct that we are not there yet but I think it is coming sooner than any of us can predict. (at least I hope so)
StaatsOne
they refunded it
is this game in alpha/beta, where actual people are playing it?
A7
JesseHaysFL Eh...Where does it end? Am I going to have 15 separate $10 a month charges? At that point why not have cable?
StaatsOne
yep
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