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April 10, 2008

Artie Lange, Tiger Woods, and Paula Abdul. How About That Mix?

By: The Dude on the Right
Just in time for a vacation hiatus for The Howard Stern Show, Artie Lange has a meltdown, resigns, quits, and may or may not be going to Amsterdam, because of many reasons people are surmising/assuming (even myself) especially since there are no real updates, anywhere, and not ever here, during this podcast, though I do talk about it.  There will probably never be another day when "Artie Lange" and the "Stern Fan Network" share the #1 and #2 position on Google Trends, especially when Tiger Woods and The Masters would normally be the Google interest of the day.

So even though I wonder, during the podcast, if Artie will come back to the show, wonder if Tiger Woods can win The Masters and the Grand Slam of golf, I also report that during my extensive studying of my TiVo'd episode of "American Idol" from Tuesday, there does not appear to be a nip-slip by Kristy Lee Cook.  And trust me, I studied that area as extensively as I could once I heard the rumor.  We've also got this week's inclusion of "Paula Abdul Clips of the Week," where if anyone was close to a nip-slip during Tuesday's "Idol," it was Paula, but no, that didn't happen either, as I studied her as well.

Happy listening!

That's it for this one!  I'm The Dude on the Right!!  L8R!!!

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Posted by Rightdude at April 10, 2008 6:53 PM

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