We close out the show with the best sound of the day
We close out the show with the best sound of the day

This trailer is already over a million hits in 24 hours. Reboots and remakes are a touchy subject with me. I railed against the “Point Break” that’s coming out. I cheered the utter failure of the re-do of “Red Dawn.” But on this Tarzan I have two words: Yes, please.
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Sam Kennedy, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer for the Red Sox, joins the guys to talk about the off-season, adding extra netting to Fenway Park and much more.

[0:01:41] ... and that's what I'm hoping. Are right on work comes up from Major League Baseball yesterday that they're pretty much. I don't know after dictating or asking but they're basically saying we've got to have some safety ...
[0:04:52] ... line and you're reaching out of our ticket holder pro actively since Major League baseball's announcement in that situation a mixed reactions some are. Up pleased about it summer very unhappy about it. So it's a it's ...
[0:07:10] ... most dangerous areas more public 120 feet public that. Left field behind Brian Butterfield where Kevin Milan would Wear people out left and right. Any talk at all bump put something there. You know you make great point Lou that this is you know away is Major League Baseball or the Red Sox stating that unity years where we're putting protective. Bidding. All over the place it is it is to ...
[0:10:04] ... other day peeling off Miley getting back Smith and LA and then Chris Young signing him to a WTO he. Laid out his objectives. Early. In his tenure here which Kristi. Frontline top of the rotation ...






With the news dropping that the Red Sox traded Garin Cecchini for cash, the guys discuss the recent handling of Red Sox prospects. They also talk about the recent controversial comments from Dusty Baker.

[0:13:45] ... very frustrating as it. I AAF home runs this says is that Prince Fielder written all over in anemic Boortz don't worry about a Gator. And also on the order of the casino went up playing your game we're gonna go and and signed just enough that's our big signing. You know to put him next Andruw Jones arena Adam Jones. Also night cost the bidder. It has a feeling that. We'll see abortion as he gets what he wants ...
[0:16:39] ... he said doesn't really bother me. What bothers me is that if Ned Yost said that. We we all this is a leap storm if John Farrell said that this is a leap storm annual imagine. But but you know is a thing I don't mind hearing that I ...




 

In all of 2015 has there been a bigger surprise than “Creed?” I confess to being among the millions who saw the first trailer and gave a giant, collective, audible, nationwide eye roll. Because it looked for all the world like Sylvester Stallone was out of ideas and still pumping the Rocky well that went dry in the mid-1980s. But here it sits, the big holiday season hit, with a legit 92 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, word-of-mouth that’s off the charts, and Stallone himself getting talked about for an Oscar nomination. Go figure.

Now we get this video, where Michael B. Jordan, an actor I know nothing about except he was in that gawdawful and unnecessary “Fantastic Four” reboot that was so bad they couldn’t even use the term “Fantastic Four.” But apparently he was so determined to make “Creed” realistic he let himself get knocked cold? Yes, please. They gave the Oscar to Daniel Day Lewis for walking around the set of “Lincoln” in character and being addressed as “Mr. President.” But he didn’t let himself get shot behind the ear. This video is what real dedication to your craft looks like. I’m hoping to get to the theater this weekend. But sight unseen they’ve got to give Jordan the Best Actor just for this one punch alone.

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The guys talk about Vince Wilfork facing his former team this weekend and start to discuss which they'd prefer, facing the Bengals on the road or hosting the Steelers.
The Celtics won again last night vs Chicago and face the 23-0 Warriors, Friday night, at the Garden. The guys debate if the C's are the type of team that could actually beat Golden State.

[0:08:52] ... them. In a playoff series that you saw at last he was Isiah Thomas I love the way to skip pleased to gain you so much on. To watch. But when you get into a seven ...
[0:11:21] ... about a player he was a non factor here last year okay. Amir Johnson has added something to this team and the Avery Bradley thing I mean we all laughed when any side and even Bradley ...
[0:12:39] ... does it the value. His championship from last year Wayne Hewitt went Luke Walton got nothing to the coaches want me out noticeable Mark Jackson could do. He was coach he could do so many little ...
[0:14:32] ... that's what happened to them I didn't handle it just organizationally wise Atlanta Hawks just like they've never gonna figure that. That didn't change in pre season BC's Lisa since then. School state Santonio in the ...






That does it. Christmas is ruined. Everything you know is wrong. Everything you believe in is a lie. Which is to say, everything you know about a precocious year-year-old being abandoned by his family at Christmas and left to defend himself against a pair of cartoonish burglars with a series of elaborate traps is a lie. Same thing.

Sorry to harsh your mel this holiday season, but this isn’t coming from me. Listen to these medical professionals. These people are trained in dealing with physical trauma and can prove the entire “Home Alone” premise is medically impossible.

The Daily Mail backs up their claim by documenting all the wounds the Wet Bandits suffer:

— BB gun shot to groin: genitals trauma, possible ruptured testicles.

— Slipping down icy steps: injury to lower thoracic and lumbar regions of the back, possible lacerated spleen, kidney damage, broken bones.

— Nail through foot: bleeding, nerve damage, possible infection.

— Grasping red-hot doorknob: Blistering, skin turns black, hand does not, however, emit smoke.

— Blowtorch to head: Second- or third-degree burns, synthetics in hat melted to hair, possible death.

— Hit in head by swinging cans of paint: ocular fractures, nasal fractures, possible internal bleeding.

— Crowbar to chest: cracked sternum. “You can open up their aorta and central veins, and they could bleed to death.”

— Hot iron to the face: corneal burn, severe head trauma, severe skin burns.

So if you were thinking about abandoning your own child this Christmas or terrorizing some neglected child stuck in a house by himself, you’d better think again. Because it won’t be all fun and games and hilarity will not ensue. It will be tragic and deadly. It’s science.

That said, they can stop ruining our Christmas with this stuff. Doctors better not prove that if you’re having a bad Christmas your guardian angel won’t really come down to Earth to show you what the world would be like if you’d never been born until your whole town shows up to give you money and make you feel like the richest man in town or I’m rioting.

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The Bruins got a big win in Montreal last night, led by big nights from Rask and Bergeron. The guys discuss if performances like this can be maintained.