Howard uses the Internet for intellectual pursuits like chess and photography classes, and for sexual pursuits like babysitter porn. Many of the other guys on the staff, however, like to sit in their basements, ignore their wives, and play games like "Call of Duty" against teenagers.
Howard played clips of two angry Call of Duty players hurling the n-word back and forth to each other and wondered what adults play this game and why. Howard TV director Scott DePace, himself a noted inventor and video game enthusiast, plays the game during the winter months when he can't play his first love, golf.
Scott is admittedly very competitive. A kid online once boasted that he had a 42 inch television, which led Scott to taunt him with: "I've got a 55 inch television!"
Howard 100 News reporter Shuli Egar sits in front of his TV with light up headphones and then brags to children that the voice they hear in the background is NOT his mother; it's his wife.
One child summed it up best when he told Shuli: "You sound a little old to be playing video games."