Howard Stern invited handwriting analyst Bart Baggett on the air Monday to get an expert opinion on what his staff’s scribblings say about their personality.
Check out Baggett’s interpretations based on writing samples submitted by the Stern Show staff below:
Scott Depace – He was traumatized from an early age, and decided early on that he could trust no one and had to rely on himself. His early experiences have made him simmer with resentment.
Gary Dell’Abate – He is smarter than he gets credit for. He is defiant and rebellious. He has a problem following directions because he “doesn’t listen worth a damn”.
Sal Governale – He is an emotional rollercoaster. His handwriting looks like an epileptic chicken. He is impulsive and feels guilty when he gives in. He has a massive need for public approval and an above average sex drive
Richard Christy – He writes like a high school girl. He is the most sexually promiscuous in the group.
JD Harmeyer – He writes like a mad scientist. He is aggressive, has a great eye for detail, and is an excellent communicator in writing. Of all the people, he would make the best terrorist. Just as intense as the Unabomber
Robin Quivers – She needs more affection than currently getting. She is an affectionate person with a desire for attention. She takes criticism personally. She lies to people to avoid hurting them.
Ronnie Mund – He is full of emotional torment. He is the worst enemy you can make, paranoid and hostile.
“I don’t know him but I would be very mindful of getting into a business relationship with him,” said Baggett.
“We’ve had people say he’s borderline insane,” said Howard Stern.
“I agree,” said Baggett.
Benjy Bronk – His handwriting is similar to that of someone who is mildly retarded. He exudes false bravado but harbors low self-esteem. He hates religion, big heart, works hard to prove himself, and tends towards lateness.
Fred Norris – He is fast thinking, witty, and honest. He has healthyself esteem, but can be petty, jealous, and angry at God. He wants to be a perfectionist.
Howard Stern – He has “matured” since his previous handwriting analysis in 2002, when his writing made him appear more sensitive to other people’s perception of him. Now, he “doesn’t give a damn”. His downfalls are stubborness and vanity. He believes he is smarter than everybody. His handwriting is similar to that of Hitler and Einstein.
“Well,” Robin Quivers told Stern. “You’ve always wanted to wear that moustache.”
Bart Baggett has been a forensic handwriting analyst for fifteen years, and currently teaches beginner and advanced classes in graphology. See his website here
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