In this edition of the Fauria Five, the guys debate Gostowski vs. Vinatieri, Bills and Dolphins, Tukka Rask in Montreal. With the arrival of Jerry Thornton, they play the role of program director and create their own show.
The guys discuss the latest rumors that Pablo Sandoval will either sign with the Red Sox or return to the Giants.

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Derek Schultz from WNDE in Indianapolis joins the guys to preview Pats-Colts
Peter and Bobby discussed the long awaited sequel.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.
The guys discussed the Bruins with John Buccigross.

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The guys opened the show discussing the Sportsman of the year.

Here are the highlights from Thursday’€™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.

— Yesterday Raymond Rivera spoke of the tragic and bizarre situation in his Blackstone home where authorities discovered the remains of three dead babies in September. The mother of the children, Erika Murray, has pleaded not guilty to fetal death concealment, permitting substantial injury to a child and child endangerment.

“I love them, and I’€™m so sorry. I’€™m so sorry”€ Rivera said of his kids, crying in Uxbridge District Court, appearing on marijuana charges. “I knew the house was dirty but I had no idea that death was in my house.”

He also said Murray banished him to the basement where he spent “99 percent” of his “awake time.”

“You reading those quotes don’t do justice to the visual,” Dennis said. “This guy was a shaking, throbbing, crying, quivering mess.”

Minihane added: “Does anybody believe this man, at all?”

— There are reports that Elizabeth Warren might be running for President in 2016. The hosts are not fans of the current Senator.

“Oh, good. Excellent. Awesome,” Callahan said.

“I want a lawn sign,” Dennis added.

“I think the country will pay more attention to her lies than we did,” Callahan replied.

— Window cleaners who were cleaning windows outside the 68th floor of the World Trade Center building on Wednesday needed to be rescued after being trapped on a hanging platform. In order to be rescued, a diamond saw was used to tear through three layers of glass panes. The two men were trapped for roughly an hour and a half.

“These guys are not afraid of heights,” Callahan said. “Two hours is nothing, they are thinking overtime — I don’t have to do anything. They probably took a nap.”

Dennis added: “Window cleaners in Manhattan on skyscrapers make 40 grand a year. 40, for that.”

“Wouldn’t it have been great, I’m stealing this from our friend Graig Murphy, but if one of the rescuers decided to dress as Spiderman to like jump out, freak them out a little bit,” Callahan replied.

— Photos of Kim Kardashian surfaced on the Internet yesterday and provided a hot topic of conversation.

“There is a full frontal nudity photo of her — she is — I know Mikey [Adams] hates her, but she is spectacular,” Minihane said. “Unbelievable. Jaw-dropping. She is as attractive of a women on the planet.”

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