It's War: XM Radio crashes Stern - Sirius Rally

Thursday, November 18, 2004 at 2:16 PM
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XM Satellite Radio and the O&A Army were at the Stern / Sirius Rally in full force armed with XM Satellite Radio protest signs, O&A 'WOW' stickers, t-shirts, hats and the Opie & Anthony/XM Radio van. Met with cheers and boos from the crowd, the O&A Army had a massive presence all day in Union Square and managed to steal at least some of the attention from Howard's show.


The Police didn't like the sticks attached to the protest signs and confiscated them:
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Devoted Opie and Anthony fans penetrated the crowd and helped do their part to 'spread the virus':
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No sticks? No problem. XM had plenty arms to hold up the signs:
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XM Satllite Radio crashes Stern-Sirius Rally 9


'Frenchy' a regular guest on the O&A Show:
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okay everyone, let's stick to hard facts. when opie & a-hole signed to XM, they tried to charge a dollar or so extra to get their exclusive channel. it worked wonderfully, 30,000 fuckin' people, that equals pathetic. when stern signs on sirius, it boosts from 620,000 to 4 million within 4 months. that's called success. and now there's even more people, like 6 million. xm has no buzz, and if stern wanted to sign a o&a type deal with goin' on regular radio, he would, but he's loyal to his sirius fans, unlike those cocksuckers. oh yeah, O&A, u guys look like the last shit i took

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