Private Parts

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 446 pages
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Self-proclaimed "King of All Media", Howard Stern is host of a daily radio program loved and loathed by millions. Here Stern vents his views on politics, current affairs, and the entertainment business. His irreverent insight and mind-bending opinions will propel his fans into a reading frenzy and drive his critics wild.

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Smart man who has made millions out of a gimmick. - Goodreads
Snappy insights and alot of humanity. - Goodreads
I was very impressed with Howard's writing. - Goodreads
But still, he's really funny, even in writing. - Goodreads
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In the 4th grade, my mom caught me reading this at the Naper Blvd. Library. I was in a LOT of trouble, my friend. An amusing movie as well. Read full review

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Howard Stern was born in New York City on January 12, 1954. He attended Boston University and took a series of radio jobs in Hartford, Detroit and Washington, DC. He eventually worked his way up to WNBC in New York, but was soon fired and quickly picked up by Infiniti Broadcasting, where he developed his famous nationwide syndicated show. Stern wrote his autobiography, Private Parts, which sold more than a million copies. He has had many TV shows, but his most famous was the CBS's The Howard Stern Radio Show.

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