Mut and Andy Hart are in for Dale and Michael. They open things up talking about the Patriots defensive struggles and talking about if there's any team with a great defense in the league this year.
Mut and Andy Hart are in for Dale and Michael. They open things up talking about the Patriots defensive struggles and talking about if there's any team with a great defense in the league this year.

[0:01:02] ... there for Turkey on Thanksgiving and all the football we'll get into Bill Belichick loves that. Raving about Turkey day today that he. Actually called it usually all slipped and said football. Is a great column ...
[0:03:19] ... allowed. Third in points allowed we gonna say that I guess I Bill Belichick isn't happy with the defense he's made that very clear with his actions for months now. And I think the players understand ...
[0:05:19] ... years ago I got out and did so as I was like Andre Carter dropped mail Micah split defensive player of the year votes that's unfortunate lot of emotional. I'm done I'm not followed that ever ...
[0:06:32] ... we were all wowed by. Well doesn't matter who starts a quarterback Bill Belichick is just piecing it together you're gonna go or no without Tom Brady all is great. The defense was showing some signs ...






N.Y. PostMore people are dying for the perfect selfie.

A new study – titled, “Me, Myself and My Killfie: Characterizing and Preventing Selfie Deaths” – found that 127 people have died in a 29-month span through last September while trying to get photos of themselves at dangerous or exotic locations. The overwhelming majority of the deaths compiled by researchers occurred in India, where 76 people died. In the United States, there were eight selfie-related deaths.

The most common factor behind the so-called “selfie deaths” – defined as a death of an individual or group that could have been avoided had the individual(s) not been taking a selfie – was a fall from an elevated location like buildings or mountains. Deaths involving both elevation and water were next, followed by fatalities involving trains, according to researchers from Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania and two colleges in India.” 

“We found that taking selfies on train tracks is a trend,” the study reads. “This trend caters to the belief that posting on or next to train tracks with their best friend is regarded as romantic and a sign of never-ending friendship.”

This baffles me to no end.

First of all, I didn’t even know people were dying taking selfies. Now I come to find A LOT of people are dying taking selfies.

There’s even a name for it now and soon “killfies” will be added to the Oxford English Dictionary.

A lawyer is arguing that his client who trespassed on the Brooklyn Bridge to take a selfie shouldn’t be charged because there weren’t warning signs. We now need warning signs that say “No selfies here” to tell us if something that looks dangerous is actually dangerous.

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Lucy Burdge
Glenn and Christian discuss an article in today's Boston Globe that outlines how the new MIAA playoff format has ruined one of the greatest traditions in Massachusetts high school sports.
At the top of the show, Glenn talked about a guy who used to cook for his tailgate parties, and then light himself on fire. Christian and Paul were incredulous. After some digging, Paul found some outrageous audio of said chef. Later in the show, the man himself, Mark Atlas called the show when he heard the show was talking about him.
The election is over, and ratings are still terrible.

[0:00:35] ... are down in the national football. And ready by the way for Monday Night Football pretty good game right we all the pretty good game it was a game that you you you you couldn't sleep plus it had the other elements do it had Mexico City and the laser beam had that some other little Zardari and some other things. Our lowest rated week eleven Monday Night Football game since 2007. Lowest rated week eleven Monday Night Football greater than we do that detects and essar in Mexico yes sir. Eight point 118720. Yup a breakaway one let's take it ...
[0:09:48] ... what happens again I guess historically guy who's like haven't had a Kanye West as we discussed it before yeah outlet as well Friday at odds are he. Bring up a daredevil like you have a Kanye West moment. So what it. He's like Brooke with a dropper or some like that she was some. I don't know who she ...
[0:20:35] ... don't watch a lot of the other crap on the NFL network. Monday Night Football not going anywhere huge rights fees so don't put even bigger with the NBC packet so. What are we change Sunday morning ...
[0:21:21] ... you should treat it like they dated. Monday night's game with the Houston Texans figure Oakland Raiders are you play but I didn't play not and they did an event making it Super Bowl type event where mumbled sure ...






CSNNE's Tom E. Curran put Matt Patricia on the defensive during Tuesday's conference call with the local media. He joined the show to explain what happened, and preview this weekend's game.

[0:00:01] ... Glenn Norway. My lone Christian Fauria now Sports Radio WEEI. To the defensive coordinator of the team much right Matt Patricia and I thought Matt the church's answer ...
[0:06:19] ... yet he you know what I would do I would like it Kanye West and elect have a spiritual problem like I. It was in then maybe get out of it not abuse excuse. Yeah Alcatel ...
[0:08:32] ... But what will they do well they tried to Welker. Coach coordinator Chan Gailey is their rockets coordinator. Over the patriots are well. Look like everybody else vehicles sold them with some regularity exits and rests ...
[0:15:48] ... switch. Rivera earlier this year I'll get a little. Conclude some political. Dustin Pedroia recognizing. You know. I doubt that I'd listen we we got to wrap it up I think there are all legitimate questions ...






Glenn is worried that Christian is going to set himself on fire this Thanksgiving. Also, why is Ryan Fitzpatrick starting this Sunday?

[0:14:38] ... you're a offensive lineman Dave you if you're a you know maybe Vince Wilfork shows up 3040 fumble Evian and eat and he should date but if your quarter. You show up. You know wrote I'm ...
[0:16:55] ... outfit do drift 31 years old. Let's look at some of the Charles Woodson just retired he thought ESPN right now. He was at his age he was played better than you. You can't say I'll ...
[0:20:43] ... you put rice paddy out there. And the amount of success of Bill Belichick has. Rookie cornerbacks it's not a rookie but this is first you're getting you know start to getting playing time back. Chill ...





Laconia, N.H.A legal motion to dismiss a case against some women who went topless at a New Hampshire beach and were ticketed has been denied.

Three women supporting the Free the Nipple movement were cited by police for appearing topless at Weirs Beach in Laconia over Memorial Day weekend.

Police say the women violated an ordinance prohibiting women from going topless.

The women said their constitutional rights to freedom of expression were being violated and filed a motion to dismiss the case against them early last month. They argue there’s no state law forbidding female toplessness and call the case gender-based discrimination because men don’t have to cover their nipples.

NH1.com reports a judge’s order dated Sunday says protecting “the public sensibilities” is an important government interest based on the difference between the sexes.

There are no pictures of these women here if that’s why you clicked on this.

I agree with this judge. I’m always in favor of public sensibilities over freedom of expression.

But I’m sure there are many people who think allowing women to go topless at the beach is an important issue, so here is a poll:

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Lucy Burdge
Meter discussed how BC is bowl eligible.