Shock Jock

Howard Stern is shaking up radio -- and the FCC -- with his raunchy, racist, in-your-face talk, but listeners seem to love it

IT'S MORNING DRIVE TIME, but there are no traffic reports, no weather updates, no chirpy deejays whiling away the minutes between hits of the '60s, '70s and '80s. Instead, the day's major issues and news events are given thoughtful consideration. Listen as host Howard Stern offers his usual running commentary.

The Navy has decided to reinstate a gay officer, reports Stern's sidekick, Robin Quivers. Stern responds with a mincing homosexual imitation, then argues that gays in the military should have separate quarters to avoid sexual promiscuity. "When I get nude in front of a gay guy, they get so hot that...

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