Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.
– A Florida woman said she spent $20,000 for a third breast so that she will be unattractive to men.
A 21-year-old massage therapist who goes by the name Jasmine Tridevil said she had the procedure because, “I don’t want to date anymore.”
“She should have saved the money,” Dennis said.
Added Callahan, “Aren’t there other ways to make yourself unattractive to men? Get your hair cut, get a tattoo, don’t brush your teeth?” Callahan also suggested she could talk about her fantasy football team, a round of golf or a dream she had.
Further reports indicate the story might be a hoax. The woman appears to be using a fake name and is pushing a self-produced reality show. The only photos of her are ones she provided.
“I am totally calling B.S.,” Callahan said. “Do you think you can find a doctor to do that?”
– Kira Kazantsev, who last week was crowned Miss America, was expelled from her sorority in college last year for abusive hazing of pledges, according to multiple reports.
Kazantsev was head of recruitment for Alpha Phi at Hofstra University when she was ousted for bullying after pledges allegedly were physically and emotionally abused. She was barred from attending any sorority events.
Said Callahan: “I’d let her paddle me.”
– A television reporter in Alaska admitted to secretly running a marijuana business and that she would be leaving to run the business full-time and push for the legalization of the drug in the state. During an on-air report, Charlo Greene said, “As for this job, well, not that I have a choice, but [expletive] it, I quit.”
“How are you going to [sign off] when your day comes?” Minihane asked Dennis.
Interjected Callahan: “In chains.”
– Omar Gonzalez, the Army veteran who scaled a fence and ran into the White House, had 800 rounds of ammunition in his car in addition to two hatchets and a machete. His family said he is suffering from post-traumatic stress.
Minihane, as he did Monday, said the White House does not seem like it would be a great place to live.
“It seems like a prison,” Minihane said. “I know it’s big, but it seems like a prison.”