Michael and Jerry talk about the Celts win last night, and a great play drawn up by Brad Stevens for the win.

[0:08:05] ... went up 66 games decades you've got Ray Allen got Paul Pierce. Eddie House James Posey with those deep hugs and see how that deep says Roger Goodell I mean just really. Powerful hugs for James Posey and whispering guys' ears I am in Bluetooth and all that stuff. And they should be blowing out the hawks and they ...
[0:13:47] ... stars and then he also brought the bench you know mr. Posey. Eddie House. Big baby. And PJ brown. Sampras Stamkos cells late in the year. I mean there were guys who are home some place warm and contributed to. That ...




Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss how losing Wilfork's salary cap hit might be part of a bigger plan to hang on to Darrelle Revis and others.

[0:00:34] ... his leadership and his contribution in terms of along long defensive front. Tedy Bruschi on with a guys on ESPN earlier today talking about Vince Wilfork is former teammate. They were champions together here. A techsters Sid didn't Vince with a three rings now he won two the he won his first one his rookie season. The he won his last one apparently in his last season with the patriots denied he was on two championship teams that he played with a on the first. Yet and the whole circle of life played out then too because he was replacing Ted Washington who was a guy that we felt was indispensable. And Mike my first memory events with the patriots was watching the draft that year. Tom everyone expected him to go to number nine Jacksonville. And you know what they did instead Michael. They took a wide receiver a guy named Reggie Williams. Rule finish his career with a ball 53 catches I think if if I'm not mistaken oh yeah and Vince and I remember watching that going OK the patriots listed a 21. You could look at the teams that were ahead of the Mike double the five teams in front of them. None of them were expected to look for a defensive tackle they'll had people in a and that quarterbacks started to go get my daughter's Larry's guidance and our civic board. The patriots could actually sit at 21. And get Vince Wilfork and they got up and it was one of the probably the top ten. Best value picks there remains. There there was ...
[0:03:22] ... around 4425. And and try to get an imagine that you get Vince Wilfork and Stephen Jackson the same draft. And you know this is the ultimate rarity too he was at a guy coming out ...
[0:15:08] ... families one person at a time did you guys have. Think that Vince Wilfork was an untouchable in Foxborough did you ever allow yourself to think that that he was one of the guys yet edit ...
[0:16:06] ... Dottie when those guys who get it. Move on. Mike Vrabel. And Tedy Bruschi. Troy Brown. Willie mcinnis. Vince Wilfork. Rodney Harrison Eric you know Kevin Faulk and those guys. When it's time to say OK see you later and yet you ...






Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss how losing Wilfork's salary cap hit might be part of a bigger plan to hang on to Darrelle Revis and others.

[0:00:34] ... his leadership and his contribution in terms of along long defensive front. Tedy Bruschi on with a guys on ESPN earlier today talking about Vince Wilfork is former teammate. They were champions together here. A techsters Sid didn't Vince with a three rings now he won two the he won his first one his rookie season. The he won his last one apparently in his last season with the patriots denied he was on two championship teams that he played with a on the first. Yet and the whole circle of life played out then too because he was replacing Ted Washington who was a guy that we felt was indispensable. And Mike my first memory events with the patriots was watching the draft that year. Tom everyone expected him to go to number nine Jacksonville. And you know what they did instead Michael. They took a wide receiver a guy named Reggie Williams. Rule finish his career with a ball 53 catches I think if if I'm not mistaken oh yeah and Vince and I remember watching that going OK the patriots listed a 21. You could look at the teams that were ahead of the Mike double the five teams in front of them. None of them were expected to look for a defensive tackle they'll had people in a and that quarterbacks started to go get my daughter's Larry's guidance and our civic board. The patriots could actually sit at 21. And get Vince Wilfork and they got up and it was one of the probably the top ten. Best value picks there remains. There there was ...
[0:03:22] ... around 4425. And and try to get an imagine that you get Vince Wilfork and Stephen Jackson the same draft. And you know this is the ultimate rarity too he was at a guy coming out ...
[0:15:08] ... families one person at a time did you guys have. Think that Vince Wilfork was an untouchable in Foxborough did you ever allow yourself to think that that he was one of the guys yet edit ...
[0:16:06] ... Dottie when those guys who get it. Move on. Mike Vrabel. And Tedy Bruschi. Troy Brown. Willie mcinnis. Vince Wilfork. Rodney Harrison Eric you know Kevin Faulk and those guys. When it's time to say OK see you later and yet you ...






Dale, Michael and Jerry take a moment to recount some of the powerful testimony coming out of the Tsarnaev trial in Boston.

[0:00:00] ... The big sports story today clearly is that's what Vince Wilfork. Captain been around for eleven years. One a couple of Super Bowls the patriots really popular player another thing happening today. Has nothing to do with sports but it's happening in our city and it's very significant. Bill Richard and follow the the father of young mark Richard eight years old. When he lost his life at the finish line of the Boston Marathon build Richard is on the on the stand right now testifying. In in this bombing. That the trial of aren't there. And ...
[0:03:24] ... cannot be changed as a person. Big Bruins fan favorite player was Patrice Bergeron and the other iconic picture of Martin is at Bruins game. Pan and the players are warming up in the background and ...




Dale, Michael and Jerry take a moment to recount some of the powerful testimony coming out of the Tsarnaev trial in Boston.

[0:00:00] ... The big sports story today clearly is that's what Vince Wilfork. Captain been around for eleven years. One a couple of Super Bowls the patriots really popular player another thing happening today. Has nothing to do with sports but it's happening in our city and it's very significant. Bill Richard and follow the the father of young mark Richard eight years old. When he lost his life at the finish line of the Boston Marathon build Richard is on the on the stand right now testifying. In in this bombing. That the trial of aren't there. And ...
[0:03:24] ... cannot be changed as a person. Big Bruins fan favorite player was Patrice Bergeron and the other iconic picture of Martin is at Bruins game. Pan and the players are warming up in the background and ...




With Vince Wilfork likely leaving town, we've cued up four of the best Wilfork memories.

[0:00:50] ... I hope it's not but who else would we talked about it Vince Wilfork. Well that's right we are talking about Vince Wilfork. All as soon as tourists. This is his impact your ability prevention have Packard that by the way we are and are ...
[0:01:43] ... Of the you know are you still might. Speaking of the U Vince Wilfork. Up plane nose tackle in the NFL it's never really packed on the stats Finley the league in sacks or tackles. But ...
[0:03:45] ... should just sit caused them but fumbled originate there with that that Philip Rivers of deception I recommend everyone going YouTube because somebody told his return on that. It would slow motion to the side of Chariots of Fire in us into. It's. Probably most impressive thing about those interceptions with Vince Wilfork speed he moved. Greatly for big Fella and he was quite proud of his speed in fact back in 2010 on the ...
[0:06:26] ... media the haters are even former teammates what he thought of them. Rodney Harrison your former teammates that. This the worst secondary has seen it ten years when you see Harris then guys you played with ...






With Vince Wilfork likely leaving town, we've cued up four of the best Wilfork memories.

[0:00:50] ... I hope it's not but who else would we talked about it Vince Wilfork. Well that's right we are talking about Vince Wilfork. All as soon as tourists. This is his impact your ability prevention have Packard that by the way we are and are ...
[0:01:43] ... Of the you know are you still might. Speaking of the U Vince Wilfork. Up plane nose tackle in the NFL it's never really packed on the stats Finley the league in sacks or tackles. But ...
[0:03:45] ... should just sit caused them but fumbled originate there with that that Philip Rivers of deception I recommend everyone going YouTube because somebody told his return on that. It would slow motion to the side of Chariots of Fire in us into. It's. Probably most impressive thing about those interceptions with Vince Wilfork speed he moved. Greatly for big Fella and he was quite proud of his speed in fact back in 2010 on the ...
[0:06:26] ... media the haters are even former teammates what he thought of them. Rodney Harrison your former teammates that. This the worst secondary has seen it ten years when you see Harris then guys you played with ...






If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: SIAC cheerleading is not for the feint of heart — it’s a dog eat dog world, and those girls are carrying Milk Bone pom poms.

I’m sure tournament officials will pretend to be shocked and the administrations at Tuskegee and Albany State will issue statements about how this doesn’t reflect their values, blah, blah, blah, but those young ladies know better. It’s all about pep and making human pyramids and getting the crowd going. SIAC cheering is a bloodsport. It takes passion. It takes pride. And it takes the guts to stand up to those stuck up jerkfaces on the other sidelines who think their choreography is so much better than yours.

So don’t try to give these cheerios any of your “It’s supposed to be about sportsmanship.” BS. Save that for the players. This a Cheer-ocracy. Hate them ’cause their beautiful, but they don’t like you either:

@JerryThornton1

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Jerry Thornton

Real Estate site HouselyIf you live outside of Boston, chances are you don’€™t know about the unwritten rule that when it snows and you shovel out your car from a parking spot, you leave a placeholder and the spot is yours when you return. …

However, we had our faith in humanity restored by this one story of a young woman named Jenn that lost the parking spot she shoveled out, but got it back in a way that you won’€™t believe.

As tempted as she might have been to get revenge on the person who took her spot by shoveling snow back on top of their car, she decided to write a letter and put it on their windshield.

“Dear Fellow Snow Champion,

I get it! This storm is THE WORST!!! Parking is near impossible!! However, I spent HOURS shoveling this precious parking spot. Unfortunately my ‘€œforgetful’€ friend forgot to put my cooler back to save my spot.

(Sidenote! There are 30 beers in there –€“ please help yourself.)

My ‘€œforgetful’€ friend should have run the cooler back, but pulled a Seahawk move and allowed you to pick my spot.

If I could pull a Brady and give you a truck for your troubles, I would! But all I can give you is GOOD KARMA!!!

Thank you!!

Love Always,

Jenn
XO”

I can’t imagine a better and more heartwarming tale. Can there be a better tribute to the Patriots Super Bowl title and the profound impact it’s had on the quality of our lives than this? That championship has not only helped us endure the endless, bleak, Chekovian Snowpocalypse, it’s now bringing people together.

Think about it. The parking war is the single most divisive issue of our times. It’s driving neighbors apart. Divided families. Pitted brother against brother. But in the midst of all the destruction, bloodshed and inhumanity, along comes my girl Jenn with a peace offering based on the goodwill engendered by that fourth Lombardi trophy. This is like that story about the Christmas Eve in World War I, when the two sides came out of their trenches to share tea and tobacco. Only Jenn offered a 30-pack, good karma and the love of a fellow Patriots fan.

What else can you think of that’s capable of bringing peace between warring factions like this? Every other aspect of culture has failed to do the trick. Politics. Technology. Diplomacy. Freedom. The arts. Religion sure as hell hasn’t helped, but the shared appreciation of another Boston championship brought a great big warm glass of the milk of human kindness to the middle of this massive conflict. It really does renew your faith in mankind.

So thank you Jenn, whomever you are. You can have my parking spot any time. Go Pats.

@JerryThornton1

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
Peirre McGuire of NBC Sports to talk about the snake-bit Bruins and their chances of making the playoffs. Pierre then weighs in the idea of Christian Fauria playing goalie

[0:00:06] ... first they were gonna get twos Brett Connolly recently acquired. By the Boston Bruins at the deadline from Tampa takes a slap shot off of his right hand. Displaced fracture of his right finger he's gonna have surgery wanted to be up for six weeks. A midnight in play this regular season and for the Boston Bruins. Hopefully they make the playoffs he'll come back what do you know about the history of this hand injury that he had ...
[0:02:49] ... was surprised it was I would have been through here. Learning to Tampa Bay Lightning. And he had been in western Canada are locked. That you're scouting in retrospect obviously procured but he did spend a lot ...
[0:06:00] ... sit there and you look would have with Connolly. And I hear Claude Julien talking of and one of his call to the paraphrase every day there's a new challenge. Right every day every it and it went Collie got her the hash tags were crazy with Murphy's law and in a snake bit. Have you in it if you receive a team that's gone through this many ups and down this many challenges and one season. Yeah I remember one Boston Bruins came back in 1992 these 55 player. 55. Players when Rick Barnes who's coaching them. And eventually made it to the Eastern ...
[0:09:55] ... years in the U Quebec major junior league he's scoring in the American Hockey League. He's going to be an eight plus prospect you're not trading. Those kind of guys. Who are cap friendly. For a player ...