We close out the show with the best soundbites of the day.
[0:00:24] ... Learn more errors serve. Dot com. Cavaliers lost big big fashion the DenverNuggets last night and after the game my got LeBronJames wasn't happy about the effort of his team. We'll put exceptionally I think we. Author of this code word need to be ... [0:10:54] ... of everybody but three people. Oh with a three loop Maloney yeah JerryKelly Karen Dale Arnold. Who you why. I have no idea why because airport Twitter Waller is in every audio Christ on whatever ... [0:12:11] ... part might take podcast. All bars those denied media credentials for the SuperBowl this year. Big cat and pfc comments are managed to get themselves on the NFL competition committees media conference call earlier today ...
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 7:12pm — Anonymous
HOUR 4 - Fortune Magazine named Theo Epstein the world's greatest leader. Fauria struggles to read a blurb about Shakira. ("Philanthropic" was especially tough.) Lou has a lot of fake Twitter followers. Tim Benz is interviewing porn stars.
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 7:05pm — Anonymous
HOUR 3 - We play some great audio of LaVar Ball going back-and-forth with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman, and react. Glenn, Lou and Christian also get into the idea of whether or not GM's will be scared to draft Lonza Ball due to LaVar's presence.
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 6:56pm — Anonymous
HOUR 2 - Ian Kinsler rips Puerto Rican and Dominican baseball players for showboating in the WBC. The guys get to talking about pimpin' home runs and we re-visit some comments Goose Gossage made last summer on the topic. At the end of the hour, the guys get into the red-hot Celtics who are only a game out of 1st place.
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 6:45pm — Anonymous
HOUR 1 - Roger Goodell is sending letters and doing radio interviews to let NFL viewers know that the product could be better. Goodell seems to think it's a "pace of play" issue, and the guys argue whether that's the case. They also get into some discussion about the NFL's ongoing attempts to tamp down touchdown celebrations.
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 6:06pm — Anonymous
Mut gives you the Top 5 headlines heading into the 2017 Boston Red Sox season. Dave O'Brien joins Mut to talk about the Red Sox lineup, pitching staff and much more.
[0:08:43] ... a an important player in that lineup. And a pressure now on HanleyRamirez to alright EU played great last year. You made us all blew everyone a questionable or first base. Federal looks silly idiots ... [0:12:09] ... they don't early there is going to be so much pressure on JohnFarrell and I'm going to be so. I used to Callahan the words it's fascinating to see what penalty she has to start ... [0:20:48] ... going at my seventeenth year in many other television appearances with the NewYorkMets and with the Florida Marlins lead but radio is is a great. Or baseball broadcaster you you and I talked about this ...
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 5:51pm — Anonymous
In hour 2 of Mut at Night Mut breaks down why the Patriots are going to sign Revis and how that could be a sign of going all in for 2017. Callers discuss why they believe Jimmy G isn't going to be traded, and why Revis is a bad idea. Clips of other hosts criticizing Mut's bracket are played.
[0:05:19] ... won the offseason they are legitimate. Big time favorites to win the SuperBowl next year already prior to the draft. It's a league that doesn't have a lot of prohibitive favorites to win it. This ... [0:19:30] ... quarter. Help the patriots won a championship. Help them get to a SuperBowl and that's what you're remembered by. In these last couple years not big fat 24. In that disgusting green white jets Jersey. ... [0:23:21] ... out so what what what changed in the in the aftermath the SuperBowl. Ian Rapoport reported. That Brady of the patriots were talking contract extension to get a make contract into his mid forties TomBrady went on with Kirk and Callahan TomBrady well Peter King. And both occasions that I want to plane in my mid forties and back with Peter King said the following markets and what my favorite thing you know all this football my second favorite thing. Is preparing for football and though the work of getting ready for football season sell between all evidence are giving you. And to what you just said how do you get from point a to point B that this last year for TomBrady. Other than Gisele wanting him to retire. I'm not sure may ask. For a lot of the yes happy happy wife happy ... [0:25:01] ... to retire. Could you see the shot of his wife celebrating the SuperBowl win up and out luxury box. When they take a lead their late and it's a win to gain their lives are ...
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 4:45pm — Anonymous
Mut and Rich Keefe talk about Mut's "the Best WEEI Host Bracket," and how the seeding was created.According to Jason La Canfora, Darrelle Revis is going to be returning to the Patriots.
Thu, 03/23/2017 - 3:46pm — Anonymous
Toronto Star— Every March, away from the basketball court, a different kind of madness begins. Whether it’s called U Vas Madness or carries a cool ad slogan like “it’s hip to get snipped,” it’s urologists’ one shining moment: Vasectomy season.
And you thought only the nets got cut this time of year.
It’s a combination of things, really, that brings this about: For most men, personal timing and the sports calendar happen to coincide perfectly. And then there are the deals. A D.C. area man with four daughters won a free vasectomy in a contest sponsored by 106.7 The Fan’s Junkies. “We had Vasectomy Madness, so to speak,” Dr. Kelly Chiles, an assistant professor of urology at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, told the Post.
“If you’re a guy, no one wants to do it. We’re lazy,” Eric Bickel of the Junkies added. “ . . . But any excuse to sit around and watch TV works for most guys.”
At Obsidian Men’s Health in McLean, Virginia, you’d be a fool not to schedule a snip-snip the first week of the tournament. A concierge practice, Obsidian offers a spa-like experience, with patients awake and watching the games on big-screen TVs. The recovery room, its website says, is “equipped with comfortable robes and slippers, flat-screen TVs with Netflix, cappuccino and top-shelf liquor. We’ll do everything we can to keep you comfortable after the procedure.”
… In March, it’s easy to just relax with games on TV all day and brackets yet to be busted. “Men can say, ‘doctors’ orders, I have to take it easy and sit on the couch for a couple of days,’” Chiles says, “having beer and chips. ‘It’s doctors’ orders: Be a couch potato.’”
The beer isn’t a problem, she adds, within reason and, of course, as long as the patient is not on narcotic painkillers (and most are not). No wonder the first week of the NCAA tournament is the perfect time to get this taken care of.
Chiles says that she did “several” vasectomies Wednesday and has had a couple more consultations. “Anecdotally,” she says she sees an increase in the procedure during March, with men beginning to call in February.
A lot of businesses take advantage of the NCAA tournament in marketing campaigns and “hip to get snipped” is the greatest example of this.
Too bad vasectomy recovery time is only two or three days to a week so this can’t be used as an excuse to do nothing but watch basketball for the entire month.