Dale and Michael reflect on the passing of Mr. Spock, who passed away a short while before Dale and Michael went live on the air.

[0:02:09] ... one of those. So I thought Stallone rocky bat that's good into Sylvester Stallone rocky it's hard despite all the other movies he made that Henry went there is always the ponds right. Yeah nobody but ...
[0:02:44] ... you are. Say they would George Jefferson he's always George Jefferson and Archie Bunker for that matter to guys got a good one on on the text machine someone James Gandolfini. All that's a great one. That's a great one that's that's it I mean he had a career before he was Tony Soprano when he had somewhat of a career after he was Tony Soprano but that's add is that is who he always is. Yes you know there there are few actors like I guess are ...
[0:03:53] ... I just I I take some delight in reading these things the New York Times probably does obituaries better than any entity on the planet. Right and they are they already have the Leonard anymore anymore obituary ...





The other day we fixed the leagues, now we fix the four major professional local teams.

[0:03:23] ... works I checked with the trade machine. Ominous since you Avery Bradley Brandon bass and who first round picks. You're gonna send me DeMarcus Cousins but I'm not done yet. Now what a look at free ...
[0:05:50] ... these guys to be gone but they are in no particular order Dan Connolly has to restructure this past restructure. Mail clearly and I'm gonna throw deity would head there as well I've deity would it ...
[0:09:57] ... I'd I'd rather and and the most obvious guy right now beat Cole Hamels. Yes I am I am public that I think this team is built to win in June July and August and then ...
[0:12:56] ... be great but I would take those prospects. And I would avoid Cole Hamels. And go on another direction there are a lot of younger pitchers. Who might be available when would you rather have would you rather have David Price or Cole Hamels. Would you rather have Johnny Quaid Joseph or or Cole Hamels and you think about some of the guys out there. Who could who might be available and it could help you just ...






The other day we fixed the leagues, now we fix the four major professional local teams.

[0:03:23] ... works I checked with the trade machine. Ominous since you Avery Bradley Brandon bass and who first round picks. You're gonna send me DeMarcus Cousins but I'm not done yet. Now what a look at free ...
[0:05:50] ... these guys to be gone but they are in no particular order Dan Connolly has to restructure this past restructure. Mail clearly and I'm gonna throw deity would head there as well I've deity would it ...
[0:09:57] ... I'd I'd rather and and the most obvious guy right now beat Cole Hamels. Yes I am I am public that I think this team is built to win in June July and August and then ...
[0:12:56] ... be great but I would take those prospects. And I would avoid Cole Hamels. And go on another direction there are a lot of younger pitchers. Who might be available when would you rather have would you rather have David Price or Cole Hamels. Would you rather have Johnny Quaid Joseph or or Cole Hamels and you think about some of the guys out there. Who could who might be available and it could help you just ...






On this weeks Aloha Friday, Tim apologizes to our producer Tom for not knowing who Leonard Nimoy was, Christian bashes Kanye West, and Joey makes amends for mistaking camel noises for llama noises

[0:01:20] ... as I did for not knowing about Star Trek Star Wars in. Pearl Jam and everything else it's more powerful for being old that it is your fault for being young so to Dante you if ...
[0:02:51] ... yes yeah all right so anyway so this is an honor of Kanye West at. Aloha Friday or making good on stuff and try to make everybody happy. Cut US sent out an apology. Through Twitter ...
[0:03:38] ... Can you look me up I mean I know Ali act like Dallas Mavericks here blown up right now. Remarks blown out yeah I mean I don't Tom knows mark data Bruno Mars you know Arab ...
[0:04:28] ... nation and the actress. Yeah turn. Error. They're the speech of the Super Bowl says that just off of they'll typically deal on my rap songs. To mutate readily the race. That is bitch in this ...






DJ Bean joins Middays with MFB to talk everything going on with the struggling Bruins

[0:00:45] ... that on the art critic but that means that you thought. That Phil Kessel will be traded back to Boston that's what that means yeah. Which is not going to happen and yard or younger has ...
[0:07:58] ... heard it from here LeBron meant. You yeah you further non Burkett. Chris Stewart they've been on you know forever so you wanna go get these guys so put creature auto PIR. We've opened more money ...
[0:09:35] ... keeper of Ricky first round pick for Antoine or Matt. We basically Chris Kelly then that. State will get your first round pick but. And then also in its second you're gonna get it keep you ...
[0:12:18] ... real quick here it is this is on the high curators yesterday Scott Gomez and rider from Jersey to Boston for 20152. Runner a conditional fourth rounder. No no that's gonna what I thought too. Yes ...






On this week's Fauria Five, Christian asks what the over/under on how many times Ortiz will be fined for stepping out of the batter's box this season, will the Bruins make the playoffs, will the Patriots use the franchise tag on Devin McCourty, where does Adrian Peterson play next year, and what color was the dress that went viral yesterday

[0:10:59] ... Philly. Patrick Chung was just actually just slap that in half and Tebucky Jones was another guy. His demeanor you'd be surprised James Sanders the road again there. No not never gotten there in my fingers of my thing with them is that yet and they ...
[0:13:29] ... Minnesota. Is ready to fight between somebody in the front office and Adrian Peterson's agent. So I think he plays. I think it's elsewhere I think the teams we've heard so far what Arizona. Dallas was. ...
[0:14:44] ... lot of people decide. The mayor's Thomas Julius Thomas please parents site Chris Harris. Let me ops we don't go public with her she's pretty washed up with and yet here's Chris Harris with a pizza acquire I don't know if either gonna accident first round second round pick. That depends on what they do ...





The guys discuss Marshawn Lynch's distaste for the movie about himself, Christian making his kids cry, and the two biggest news stories from yesterday; a llama-police chase and what color they thought the dress was

[0:00:58] ... Yet that we had another what just the other day where went DeAngelo Williams the running back for the Kayla can't of those released. We had a debt due this dues to get there here's just just just the references there it is right here. Got. Got some bad news. Well. No I work but DeAngelo Williams is not on the chances. I sort of kick start crying ignoring our code goes off for awhile like OK this is ...
[0:05:19] ... just randomly this walking through an almost mocking him. Hey little box Sean Taylor marsh on right I did you have probably know what does this put. The this'll I. And here's a source tells him ...
[0:07:47] ... this thing yet I don't know why I'm just laughing but the Arizona Cardinals official Twitter account. Apparently sent out that they have agreed to one year deal with the level on the loo yes Reese on that yet he's the colts wanna make a trade they sit our alarmist have a no trade clause. That they wanted they wanna jealous and a few cases of salsa for Andrew Luck beard. Visit the last on the sneak peek Eads. We have a lot of silly when you deal with the cards at that was hysterical running around my wife's a guy hours while Obama. It was like OJ Simpson and the white bronco the way they were covering it in Arizona and there's no bowl games are still Super Bowl down there. He spring training right is going on right now also issued a lot talk well but they don't the lama's ...





UFC Octagon Girl Arianny Celeste called Ronda Rousey a 'bully." (Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

UFC Octagon Girl Arianny Celeste called Ronda Rousey a ‘bully.” (Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

TORRANCE, Calif.Arianny Celeste didn’t take kindly to Ronda Rousey’s comments last week that fighters should make more money than the UFC’s Octagon girls.

Celeste told MMAjunkie Radio on Wednesday that Rousey was a “big bully” who “continuously picks on me.” The UFC women’s bantamweight champion also made incendiary remarks about Celeste in 2012.

Rousey went back at Celeste on Wednesday afternoon after UFC 184 open workouts at UFC Gym, saying nothing that she said last week made her a bully.

“What did I say that was a bully?” Rousey said. “That the fighters should get paid more than the ring girls? How does that make me a bully? That makes me f*cking right. I’m sorry, but she wouldn’t have a job if it wasn’t for the fighters. She wouldn’t. You think her walking in circles around the two guys or two girls out there fighting for their lives is worth more? Think she works harder than they do?”

Three years ago, Rousey took a shot at Celeste, the UFC’s most tenured Octagon girl, when the two were both ranked in the Maxim Hot 100. … Rousey said at the time. “Like, ‘€˜Haha, it’s your job to show your t*ts — I do that better than you!’ Maybe next year. She’s only getting older, and I’m reaching my prime.” …

Ronda Rousey compared Arianny Celeste to a Hooters girl (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

Ronda Rousey compared Arianny Celeste to a Hooters girl (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

Rousey, 28, who meets Cat Zingano in the main event of UFC 184 on Saturday in Los Angeles, was surprised that Celeste took the fighter pay quotes personally.

“You know what would have been the best thing for her to say?” Rousey said. “‘Oh my God, you know, these fighters work so hard and I wouldn’t have a job if it wasn’t for them. I just admire them so much. And yeah, I definitely think that they should get paid more than anybody in the arena tonight.’ There ya go. That’s a PR lesson for her. … If you’re working at Hooters because you’re trying to pay your way through medical school, then f*ckin’ work it girl. I respect the hustle. But don’t think you’re hot sh*t just because you work at Hooters.”

Look, I don’t want to get into who’s right and who’s wrong here. Who’s disrespecting whose job or who said what first.

None of that really matters. Not to be all Switzerland here, but personally I respect both professions. Super-attractive women carrying round cards around the octagon is every bit as noble a calling as super-attractive women beating the snot out of each other inside. We all have our roles to play in life and as long as they’re both spreading joy in their own way, live and let live, I always say.

Besides, this to me is a fight between two strong-willed, successful women. One of whom would never have talked to me in school and the other whose only interaction with me probably would have been beating me up and taking my lunch money. So I can’t really take sides.

All I do is speak for men everywhere when say that I hope Arianny and Ronda find a way to settle their differences peaceably and maturely like ladies of their stature should. Preferably involving mud, Jello or hot oil, and on pay-per-view. That I would watch. Because when really good looking Maxim Hot 100 women fight, everybody wins.

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NY Times Leonard Nimoy, the sonorous, gaunt-faced actor who won a worshipful global following as Mr. Spock, the resolutely logical human-alien first officer of the Starship Enterprise in the television and movie juggernaut “Star Trek,” died on Friday morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. He was 83.

His wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed his death, saying the cause was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Mr. Nimoy announced last year that he had the disease, which he attributed to years of smoking, a habit he had given up three decades earlier. He had been hospitalized earlier in the week.

It’s rare that a celebrity death actually affects me. But this one genuinely does.

Leonard Nimoy was a Boston guy who went to Hollywood and created something truly unique  and lasting. His Mr. Spock character had depth and substance that is truly rare in fiction. I’ve not only been watching “Star Trek” my whole life, I’ve also always fascinated by the processes of creative people. And so I’ve read a couple of behind-the-scenes books about the show. Nimoy not only created a whole backstory around his Mr. Spock character, but a philosophy and a moral code that influenced millions.

Not only that, but Leonard Nimoy himself realized how profound an impact his creation had on people. Early on in his post “Star Trek: The Original Series” career he wrote an autobiography called “I Am Not Spock. Then years later, after seeing the positive effect the character had on fans  embraced it to the point he wrote the follow up “I AM Spock” and played the role right up until the most recent “Trek” film, “Into Darkness” two years ago.

By all accounts Nimoy was a cerebral, artistic guy who was friends with everyone in a cast that had a lot of egos and infighting. And most importantly, he left a legacy. An indelible creation of his own making that will live for as long as there is science fiction. Millions of people try to make it in show business. Very few get to say that. And he was one of our own.

“Of all the souls I have encountered in my travles, his is the most … human.” – Capt. Kirk

Live long and prosper, Leonard Nimoy.

@JerryThornton1

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Jerry Thornton

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Unless you spent Thursday night becoming best friends with a volleyball on an island somewhere or (God forbid) doing something worthwhile, then you became aware of a two-colored dress that broke the Internet.

No one can agree on what color this thing is. People have fought over it. Friendships have been ended. Marriages ruined. Governments are falling and wars being waged. This dress is our “The Purge,” bringing us nothing but anarchy and lawlessness across the land.

Well leave it to science to come in and be the voice of reason and explain, to use Vince Lomardi’s phrase, just what the hell is going out there:

Why Are People Seeing Different Colors?

The short answer? It’€™s an accidental, and very neat, optical illusion. The perception of color is subjective; my red may be your blue. And that makes the brain’€™s color sense shockingly easy to throw off. For example, context matters in an image; we’€™ll see the same color as lighter or darker depending on what’€™s around it.

So, if you see the dress as blue first, you’€™ll see the lace as black. If you see the gold of the lace first, you’€™ll see the dress as white. So both sides are actually correct, as far as the colors they see in the photo. But what about the actual dress itself?

The Camera Never Lies … Except It Does

What about the arguments over the technical end of things? Surely, physics can help us! Well … maybe.

There are two arguments here, and it boils down to the actual lighting and how cameras work. If the dress was shot in sunlight, it’€™s white and gold. If it was shot in another kind of light, it’€™s blue and black. The problem for team blue and black is that the dress being shot in sunlight is much more likely.

Why? Take out your camera and turn off the white balance. Everything changed color, right? If you’re outdoors, everything suddenly took on a bluish tinge. That’€™s because all light has a “color temperature,” practically speaking from blue to red. Because of Rayleigh scattering, daylight is technically blue in a photo and has to be corrected with a white balance.

OK, got it? It’s an optical illusion based on perception of color which is subjective and it boils down to actual lighting and “color temperature” because of Rayeigh scattering. Now are you satisfied? Me neither. Because the stupid dress is blue and black. And if you think otherwise, you’re a moron and I will fight you.

Although I will allow for one other possible explanation. But that’s it.

Morpheus

 

 

 

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Jerry Thornton