Ryan Spooner joined the show to talk about the B's turning it around as of late, how he lost the fear to make a mistake, the chemistry he's experiencing with the other young players, and more.

[0:03:48] ... for Ian I could keep up. Erotica chemistry so important for each individual line is that the review imposter not in blue you guys hang out. Just outside of practice and he goes to is eat ...
[0:04:36] ... bit of loot. He had a candidate. Thank you depend on the ninth circuit that we play. Public record gives and it turned from the night. So I saw everybody every so the bill comes you ...
[0:05:09] ... to Oprah. Iran we hear so much about. In closest to the senate position got a lot on his plate right defensively and what was like for you to be up here now and two to maybe talk or seat as a Patrice Bergeron now preachy tone back in just how much does that help. Also ought to mean. They bitterly for awhile and you know ...





Since it's April Fools day, it would make sense to have Christian prank call a friend about his gun ownership.

[0:00:50] ... I did try to call out we set this whole thing with Kevin Gregg yesterday that was horribly wrong that we're not like it's just bad. So like I was living it up to what to ...
[0:01:32] ... a guy. A buddy of mine. Was trying to get permits for concealed weapons. Rights as all these guns Andy's been talking to you via the sheriff's department. Pants over at the back story is you know listen he's kind of a hot head solves like OK let's get this got pissed off like you know Q Kirsten yelled screamed at me. And and the fact that. He was etiquette was gonna get the night seat the lights so we've ceased crank ...
[0:06:53] ... weapons. For Malia for sexual no is it illegal to impersonate a police officer Christian. Not what are dead as Louisiana where you're 116 police don't yet have a multiple. Mobile family members who work for. ...





In honor of the sacred tradition that is April Fools’ Day, I present the best work done by the greatest practical joke perpetrator/victim combo in sitcom history, Jim Halpert and Dwight Shrute of “The Office.” Lord how I miss this show:

10. Jim encases Dwight’s stapler in Jello.

It would have been higher on this list were it not for the fact this one came directly from the British version. It’s still funny, though.

9. The gift-wrapped desk.

Simple and perfect. And it revealed the time and effort Jim was willing to put into the tasks.

8. Jim puts all of Dwight’s things in the vending machine.

It starts out funny and goes next level when his wallet is J1.

7. Dwight’s doppleganger.

Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica.

6. Dwight gets the anonymous gift of Gaydar.

Even with the lousy quality of this video, the part where it goes off next to Dwight’s crotch is gold.

5. Jim convinces Dwight he’s a vampire.

The fact that it was directed by the creator of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and Geek Culture hero Joss Whedon puts this way up on the list.

4. Jim gradually replaces himself with his Asian friend.

“Congratulations to you for not seeing race!”

3. Jim frames Dwight for murder.

I don’t know what was funnier, Erin pinning herself to the wall or the idea of “Luwanda at The Alcohol Club.”

2. Dwight gets secretly recruited by the CIA.

One of the best “rolling credits” endings in the show’s history.

1. Future Dwight.

Simply the best.

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The picked up an important win last night over the Panthers, keeping ahead of Ottawa for the 8th seed. Andy Brickley called the game last night for NESN and talks about Tuukka's performance and some other items he picked up.

[0:00:10] ... didn't get online but he hit somebody or final middle of the road trip. I was highly entertained at some of the footage that I saw. Some of the things that we talked about prior to a Christian. I thought were pretty obvious that the stuff on the I agent going to be hard for yet. And Ed I think you let me get a greater accretion reachable it takes to play that position by the same time sugar is letting result. Yeah yeah you know and what not to Coretta Scott left the game for dehydration and who exactly he was talking about. Because I almost felt like I was gonna pass out ...
[0:06:51] ... quoted an and I think that's a good baseline and I mean Marc Savard had to learn that when he played truckload at least open up ninety points a year. You know there are there are ...
[0:09:38] ... drug crate she was centering the Swedes. Copied both Soderbergh on the left wing. There well I just think it's it limiting per him in an idol. Comfortable there and you know and I hate usually ...





Robert Kraft answered a lot of questions yesterday in his testimony for the Aaron Hernandez murder trial. We talk about some of the highlights and how, if at all, it affected the chance of a conviction.

[0:00:00] ... Second are mid days than it below Maloney to advance Christian Fauria that's better than which would have gotten on the stand anyway today as far as testimony goes from the built. Wait is ...
[0:06:28] ... Florida about how we had a a very quick temper could kill Wes Welker up that don't spend. That's right it was walker you don't hit story about him going into that. As a rookie going ...
[0:11:43] ... he's the first player to bring it peppering it's about team that Roy Williams. There's something that you look at a little bit more. I lost patience fans which they've craft on the stand yesterday what ...
[0:20:02] ... to get to something it's sort of on the field legacy of Tom Brady with ESPN that went badly during the offseason I think they missed the mark again. With this list of the top athletes last twenty years Chris Stewart all of this I'm gonna get Tom Brady's back on this one and you're gonna go the other way I think. 97 W media of love. ...






The B's scored late in the 3rd to get the win over Florida, but after the game, goalie Tuukka Rask called out his teammates for a poor showing in the 2nd period.

[0:02:02] ... How this season was going to go. Ameritech quote it was a Tennessee Titans week. When everybody was hurt and no one thought we're gonna beat Tennessee Titans were through which ended up being Steve McNair and the MVP Cole VP that season. Walking off the field with hombre is saying while this is what we needed this ...
[0:05:44] ... it goes back to the whole Philly doing the patrons who bull Bill Belichick came in certain age you know those guys out Philly party planned out their parade route which you guys didn't. He's hit ...
[0:07:20] ... 01 goal lead in the second period gave up two goals the Florida Panthers and looked dire their permitted to with a ruins this is Tuukka Rask after the game talking about what went wrong second ...





If Boston 2024 thinks Bostonians care what other cities think, they're going about it all wrong. (Getty Images)

Boston 2024 thinks Bostonians care what other cities think about us, and they couldn’t be more wrong. (Morry Gash/IOPP Pool/Getty Images)

Boston Globe [T]hese days, it seems like whatever Boston 2024 says or does is the absolute wrong thing. Spruce up Franklin Park? No! Deval Patrick as global ambassador? Not for $7,500-a-day?#$! Sponsor a referendum? Those guys are co-opting the ballot process!

It’s as if we’re witnessing the last stages of a broken marriage.

Now, we can sit here, Bostonians being Bostonians, and have a good chuckle. But know this: We’ve become the laughingstock of the world. Papers in France, Italy and Germany are having a field day chronicling Boston’s self-implosion. Respected Olympic watcher Alan Abrahamson posted a scathing piece on Monday titled “Boston 2024 is doomed: be done with it,” urging the United States Olympic Committee to give the Games to LA. …

At stake is nothing less than Boston’s reputation. So far the world knows we’re great at taking people down, making sure nobody gets too big. Instead we should be showing how a city that pulled off the Democratic National Convention is now emerging as a life sciences capital and undergoing a wholesale makeover of its skyline.

With this Olympic civil war, we risk damaging our city on a rise, not so much with the possible decision to bid on the Games but in the way we go about it. We’re at an important moment here, bigger than any one person.

Once again the Globe proves it’s got its thumb firmly on the pulse of its readership. Nobody gets us like the Globe does. It’s not even like the Globies can read our thoughts; it’s more like an Elliot-E.T. relationship where they feel our feelings. And now they’re using that emotional/psychic connection to try to shame us into wanting this Olympic boondoggle.

Because nothing hits a Bostonian where he lives like the opinions of people from other cities. Wait, you mean they’re saying snarky things about us in Le Monde? We’re being mocked in L’Osservatore Romano? Der Bild is having a laugh at our expense? Please! By all means let’s rehire Deval Patrick and double his pay! Get the backhoes rolling so we can get to work on that 80,000-seat stadium! Get a move on; that brand new water polo pool and state-of-the-art fencing venue aren’t going to build themselves!!!

Riddle me this, though: Where were all these Europeans whose opinions we’re supposed to care so much about and respected Olympics watchers (now there’s an occupation I’d like to see listed on a 1040A form) when we were getting repeatedly bent over and violated by the well-connected, influence-peddling bandits that will be making a killing off of Boston 2024?

Of course I’m talking about the Big Dig, but it goes way beyond that particular money grab. The same system that awards projects and hands out jobs to the relatives and friends of politicians around here is what’s going to run the Olympics. Because it’s the only way business has ever been done around here.

And the International Olympic Committee might be the only organization in the world more corrupt than FIFA. The IOC makes the government of the Commonwealth look like the Jedi Council. Invite them into our world, mix the two together, and you’re just begging them to rip you off.

Boston 2024 organizers want us to trust them because they’re not like all the others? Tell it to the people who were forced to trudge in the snow up train tracks because so many T employees were banging in sick to work on snowy days. They want us to believe it won’t be a huge inconvenience? Try to convince the working people who were trapped in their cars for hours by a dozen or so patchouli-soaked narcissists who brought the city to its knees with some 50-gallon drums and cement mix. They’ll assure us all the jobs to be had will strictly be a meritocracy. Which is what they said about the court’s probation department right up until the head of it was convicted of corrupt hiring practices.

The bottom line is if the people like those with Boston 2024 and The Boston Globe want us on board with this thing, they’re doing a pretty piss-poor job of convincing us. They’re giving us zero assurances this will be anything other than all the other fiascos we’ve had to endure. And if they think we care what any other city thinks — beyond just the satisfaction of knowing all the championships we win drive them freaking insane — then they haven’t the first clue what Bostonians are all about.

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The Bruins have now won 3 straight games. They're now 3 points up on Ottawa and just two back of Detroit for 3rd place in the division. They could escape the wild card with a strong finish, but as a result, could end up facing Montreal in the first round.

[0:00:05] ... bore a hole. We're like me get behind the hole. Race the Boston Bruins playoff run. That's that's that's judo and yes we years freedom race. Boston Bruins and the Celtics. Oh I've always embraced the salty Imus I don't know Grasso the guys I grew up the Celtics fan ...
[0:09:20] ... you look at announce what the hell you guys that get. Oh Chris Kelly was up they're playing with loot the time where the hell was right supporter and you know Andy get off to a bad start in Providence and he was a mass that tried him on the wing and there was some injuries so I think that probably played into it. But good god you see him now would rather have him out Chris Kelly. Bullock is a lesson perhaps forced on Claude Julian but maybe it's great that you learned it now. If they be back ...
[0:11:42] ... always for the love of god this every single player cannot be Patrice Bergeron. It is every single player. You. He he loves. Gregory Campbell. It's like he would love Gregory Campbell more than a forty goal score Gregory Campbell defensively is responsible. And it's almost like it seems they got an off you'd eat if if that's really how would feel ...
[0:18:06] ... Lucic at that just. It is it can't happen Ambien look Nick Gregory Campbell 1119 rights Bourque Paul sixteen. Cost they're not 1007. Even ice time 1007. I think that's the lowest one of of anyone ...






Jordan’s crossover is no joke!

Posted by Tom Brady on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

 

I want to be mad about this. Not because I got fooled, mind you, even with visions of Tom Brady cliff diving still dancing in my head. You’re a dope if you believe anything you read on April 1. No, I want to be mad because this is exactly what my nightmares look like. It’s the adult version of those dreams when I was a kid where I was being chased by an evil clown and my feet were sinking in the mud and I tried to scream but no sound came out. And no joke is worth dredging this up from my subconscious.

But how can you be mad? Tom Brady is doing the impossible: He’s dominating social media the way he dominates the football field. And this picture is the Facebook equivalent of his two-touchdown fourth quarter vs. Seattle. You keep doing you, TB12.

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A caller strongly disagreed with Callahan on Indiana's RFRA law.

[0:00:00] ... Talked to plug Galen. It East Hampton hey Galen. And I may go on good morning good. I'm hurt the comic that they thought you get started trudging on ...
[0:01:12] ... do raise money that's all points of charity. The title and not pay taxes that's one thing but they don't. It's not it's not a government entity. I don't think so I mean that you tax ...
[0:02:08] ... give money to be different. And rather than the end and succumbing Catholic Charities closed shop. Well I get your leg at a terrible people need to raise their own money and not use tax dollars. ...
[0:04:06] ... to impregnate me so we had to go in another room. Wasn't David Crosby is it just say it was David Crosby. It wasn't David Crosby. Harmonized broadened it. That's I'll ask what's it but I think there's some. Eczema and companies that don't conflict that. Why would ...