The Pope and Donald Trump had a little back and forth on the topics of Christianity, ISIS, and building walls.

[0:03:20] ... speak to dry. I did a strike but as he went out John McCain he goes at George Bush school hasn't kept this actually wasn't. And I agree makes sense the Pope the pulp right now. Is sitting out there and ...
[0:05:58] ... impact to her mother would kick her ass doesn't it seem like Donald Trott is under I'm gonna protect you. To protect pets and let ice is commandeered destroy your churches in your temples and all ...
[0:06:35] ... time but I think everything he's doing is calculated he went at. George Bush. The other day because an at bat in the Republicans got us off flow about the fact that he was going to ...
[0:08:02] ... say kooky stuff crazy stop looking stupid stuff truck is your guy. Kanye West is also your guy. And I bet you if we've played old game of who said you couldn't tell me who said ...






The Pope and Donald Trump had a little back and forth on the topics of Christianity, ISIS, and building walls.

[0:03:20] ... speak to dry. I did a strike but as he went out John McCain he goes at George Bush school hasn't kept this actually wasn't. And I agree makes sense the Pope the pulp right now. Is sitting out there and ...
[0:05:58] ... impact to her mother would kick her ass doesn't it seem like Donald Trott is under I'm gonna protect you. To protect pets and let ice is commandeered destroy your churches in your temples and all ...
[0:06:35] ... time but I think everything he's doing is calculated he went at. George Bush. The other day because an at bat in the Republicans got us off flow about the fact that he was going to ...
[0:08:02] ... say kooky stuff crazy stop looking stupid stuff truck is your guy. Kanye West is also your guy. And I bet you if we've played old game of who said you couldn't tell me who said ...






Glenn, Lou and Christian take your calls and have some final thoughts as NBA trade deadline approaches.

As I’ve mentioned before, there’s not a lot that will get me to watch local TV news anymore. I’ve pretty much bagged my limit of house fires, diet tips and how something-or-other is a threat your kids’ safety. But there are a couple of things that do get me to watch. One is Channel 5’s Maria Stephanos. The other is Channel 7’s Jennifer Eagan. Something in Jennifer’s eyes can turn the simplest stand-out outside a district court house or the dullest report about a city council vote into television magic.

So I don’t blame this weirdo from creeping into Jennifer’s live report this way. Personally, I would gone for something a little more charming and less off-putting. I would have tried to win her over with a nice compliment about how much I respect her work. Maybe a mention of how nice she looked. But I can see where in the moment you might panic in her presence and just stare into the camera like a man who owns a windowless van stocked with chloroform and zip ties. Fortunately, my girl handled it like the pro she is. My guess being that this not the first freakazoid stalker she’s encountered in her career. And I doubt he’ll be her last.

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Tell me this isn’t the Century of Boston. We dominate the landscapes of sports, movies, music, television, social media. Name the pop culture phenomenon and it’s not even worth mentioning unless you’ve got a bone fide Masshole involved. And that of course includes reality TV. The whole genre has been owned by New Englanders since Richard Hatch first pioneered the art of manipulation of season one of “Survivor,” through Boston Rob Mariano to my podcast guest and reigning champion Jeremy Collins. And probably beyond.

So Wednesday night, a new season of “Survivor” debuted, with the the three tribes divided into Brains, Brawn and Beauty. And it should come as no surprise that the breakout star is Scot Pollard of the 2008 NBA champion Celtics. Now, unless you’re a hardcore hoops head with no life beyond retaining information of obscure, bottom-of-the-roster NBA bench potatoes, you probably have no idea Pollard ever played for the Celtics. And if you don’t remember him, you’re in good company. But Boston is so necessary to the whole reality TV genre that his 39 points and 37 rebounds in 173 minutes over 22 games to help put Banner 17 in the rafters was enough to land him on the mother of all reality shows.

It’s also enough to get me be rooting for him this season. Granted, he’ll have an uphill climb. A cast of postal workers, retired FBI agents and hot professional poker players aren’t going to be predisposed to vote a million dollars into the pocket of an 11-year NBA veteran. But I’m pulling for him. My only hope is that he’s better at immunity challenges than we was at jump balls.

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NESNTom Brady apparently has some celebrity company on his Montana ski trip.

Brady and supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen recently spent a night out with actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner at the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana, a source told The New York Post’€™s Page Six.

‘€œThey had some serious après-ski and shut the bar down,” the source told Page Six. ‘€œThey started drinking bloody marys, then beer and bourbons. They kept the bar open late for them. They all ate nachos, even Gisele. … There were no nannies in sight, but Jen doesn’€™t look like she is harboring any resentment,” the source added.

Tom Brady. Tom freaking Brady. Is there nothing he cannot do? Quarterback. Champion. Model. Business mogul. Leader of men. Skier. And to the list we can now add, peacemaker.

It can’t be easy for Jennifer Garner to let bygones be bygones and make nice with Ben Affleck. Especially not after she caught their nanny playing “Good Will Humping” with him while wearing Brady’s four Super Bowl rings. But ultimately, the appeal of après-skiing over some fine bourbon and spirulina, quinoa, wilted beet greens and pink Himalayan salt nachos was just too much to resist.

Most A-list celebrity couples would be at war right now. Most scorned women would hold a grudge worse than the one I have toward the Manning family. But Tom Brady is able to bring Bennifer back together to party like it’s 2012 all over again because he is just that amazing.

Now, if they could return the favor by keeping him on the Bunny slope for the rest of the vacation, I’d be much obliged. Enough that I’ll promise a good review of “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” even if it’s a bigger piece of crap than “Man of Steel” was. Thank you in advance.

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Jerry Thornton
Bob Ryan joins Kirk Minihane to talk about getting suspended by their employer and how they dealt with it. They also discuss how Bob went about writing a book with Larry Bird.
Deadline deal talk.
Deadline deal talk.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.

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