Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Anna Benson and Howard Stern

Anna Benson, right now, as I write this, is on the Howard Stern Show on Sirius. When asked about the trade that sent her husband from the Mets to the O's, here is how she responded. She said the O's were short of pitchers, and the Mets were short of balls. At this point, Howard and Robin tried to stop her and tell her she wasn't making sense. She was on medication for a cold, and it sounded like it was the codeine talking. But she stubbornly went on with her "story." So the Mets, she said, traded Kris to the Orioles, because the Orioles needed pitching. And the Mets got a bag of balls. She finished the story by saying the Mets still don't have any balls. It was at this point that Howard said that she is no comedian and went on to other more important things. But she wasn't finished. In the end, even she agreed the Mets thought her to be a distraction that they did not need. As soon as the talk went back to her looks instead of her lack of brains, she was much more at home.
I could go on, because she is still right now running her mouth, but some things are better left alone. Sirius...pay radio. 40 cents a day. For stuff like this, a bargain. And for the record, she said it was the Sudafed and codeine that contributed to her mental state this morning. I say she was born with it.

2 Comments:

At 2/28/2006 8:38 AM, Anonymous Cyn said...

Everyone knows the Yankees made a deal with the Mets to boot the Bensons because they didn't want Anna taking the limelight away from Mrs Damon.

(And, sorry, but you couldn't pay ME to listen to Howard Stern, never mind make ME pay to do it.)

:-)

 
At 2/28/2006 9:49 AM, Blogger Peter N said...

Well, to each his/her own. I still love ya! And as a way of explanation, when Howard has strippers or anything like that, I turn to another station. But he is a tremendous interviewer and the comedy is great. As soon as it comes to a stripper/idiot, I'm gone. He saw Billy in concert last Friday, and spoke about it for a half hour. Stuff like that I can take. And a week from Friday. Billy. Hartford. Me. You'll get a complete review by me and the Hartford Courant, via email or as a post here. Take care Cyn.

 

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