Howard Stern has gone to heaven, said Steve Fishman in New York magazine. After racking up nearly $3 million in fines during numerous obscenity battles with government regulators, the foul-mouthed shock jock this week said good riddance to terrestrial radio. Starting on Jan. 9, Stern will be spouting off on the unregulated, commercial-free Sirius Satellite Radio network, where he can indulge his fascination with masturbation, lesbian sex, farting, and other juvenilia. Sirius is so thrilled to be getting the self-proclaimed
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