Originally Posted by barclaydetolly
Haters gonna hate.
I like Howard Stern a lot. At its best, his show was one of the things that got me out of bed in the morning. Maybe it's a pale shadow of its former greatness -- opinions differ wildly on that point -- but it's still entertaining. Yes, lots of it is trash, and even lower than trash. But Howard is a better interviewer than people give him credit for, and he gets celebrities talking about things no one else will. His interviews of Billy Joel and Paul McCartney, to name two, were some of the most insightful I've ever heard.
And, to get back on topic, I would be interested to know what Stern, who has more money than God and has dated some of the most beautiful women in the world, thinks is a ladykiller scent. Especially since he is about as far from the typical basenote community member as could be imagined!
I agree. I have never listened to a better interviewer than Howard Stern. Terrestrial radio pales in comparison to his show. When I listen to interviews, whether it be on tv or terrestrial radio, I usually tune out. But I'm actually very interested in Howard's interviews, he always somehow makes it interesting, entertaining, and funny no matter who the guest is. I don't agree with everything he says, but at the very least, the guy is genuine and doesn't bs.
Regarding the fragrance, I'm curious to know which one he was referring to. My guess would be Aventus, Millesime Imperial, or Tobacco Vanille.