Tim Hasselbeck on Peyton vs. Brady.

[0:00:03] ... Monday -- or in for the up missing -- minute conversation with Tim Hasselbeck brought to -- -- our equipment and Toshiba business solutions -- new England and as per ticket requests he was sick of ...
[0:01:22] ... it HMOs career. Would you rather have for yourself Tom Brady or Peyton Manning's. Didn't know what I gathered you know prompt -- you know more super balls in many cases where. When people have a ...
[0:03:40] ... know Manning's on one of the two. Our -- better and it Kurt Warner better or Payton man. Kurt Warner has put up great season Kurt Warner has taken two teams to a Super Bowl 11 it was one team. Keep it for a long time as well -- ...
[0:07:24] ... he's not unbelievable. What what I'm saying it -- you look at Peyton Manning. And in -- current quarterback no one has changed the game more than Peyton Manning. From an offensive perspective of how people play offensive football no one has. There and I -- I don't like -- to me. Bet that's actually not debatable now what is debatable it's okay one game. You know or two minute drive. In the post season that you want I guess they're absolutely I'd get it because. -- you know -- -- Tracy Porter that Peyton Manning throws you know what a Super -- that. Your game that closely contested the Brady -- perhaps. -- and so while you're gonna have got the break -- the future talking about the culpable career. Well week in and week out and how the game change because of the quarterback play of either of those two guys. It's Peyton Manning I don't know that it really muscular discussion. I knew that the policy discussion about -- more clutch but but -- -- ...

The guys opened the show discussing Peyton Manning's record setting night in Denver.

[0:00:02] ... where to be -- well there is the record breaking history making Peyton Manning there is the dysfunctional squabble in Chicago Bears. The pats next opponent and have the jets decided to step on a land ...
[0:01:48] ... the globe covering you know before the July. -- -- -- the Boston Pops concert put in the sports page -- -- difference. -- -- you don't meet the Boston Marathon -- should just be it's ...
[0:21:34] ... us in about five or six minutes when we get back from. Tim Hasselbeck it'll five will get to Percy Marvin. The Landmine. The dysfunctional. And squabbling Chicago Bears on their -- to new England and of course you record breaking history making Peyton Manning. And and -- sell that to say this Trent Dilfer I would ask him when is it okay to. Wear your hat backwards when is it okay. At what age to stop ...

Rodney Harrison on the Pats close win over the Jets.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.
The guys opened the show discussing the Pats win last night.

Here are the highlights from Friday’€™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.

– A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is on trial for lying to FBI investigators about his presence in a University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth dorm when two other friends removed potential evidence from the room. Robel Phillipos claimed that he was too high on marijuana to understand what was going on in the dorm.

To help Phillipos’€™ case, former governor Michael Dukakis came to his defense as a witness. Dukakis said he is a family friend of the Phillipos.

Said Callahan: “A kid, who’€™s claiming that he was too stoned to know what was going on. … How could you testify for the character of a guy who’€™s claiming he was too stoned to know what was going on?”

“Even if I thought the kid was OK I wouldn’t testify for him,” replied Dennis. “I guess they subpoenaed [Dukakis], though, right? He had no choice.”

Dukakis said he took a young Phillipos to the Democratic National Convention in 2004.

“If you’€™re a young boy, and you have the chance to hang out with Michael Dukakis, and go to the Democratic National Convention, how do you turn that down?” asked Minihane.

“More than ever, I want this kid to get 20 years,” said Callahan. “Dukakis will visit him, right? Sit down and have long conversations with him. … [Phillipos] has to get convicted.”

– Hunter Biden, son of Vice President Joe Biden, was discharged from the Navy after he tested positive for cocaine in a drug test from last year, according to a report crediting a source close to the situation. Biden joined the Navy Reserves two years ago as a public affairs officer.

“It’€™s not his fault they named him Hunter,” said Dennis. “Doesn’t it go bad generally when you’€™re named Hunter?”

“I think he’€™s got a good defense here, he was too high on coke to know that he was doing coke,” Callahan said sarcastically.  “It could work.”

– An Arizona radio show argued earlier this week about the Oakland Raiders‘ brand. Ron Wolfley, one of the hosts on the Doug & Wolf Show, argued that the Raiders still are a highly valued franchise. Doug Franz, one the other hand, said he felt Oakland is not relevant to the younger generation.

The argument was so heated that it nearly led to a full-out brawl between the two hosts.

The hosts ran a clip of the shouting match and were surprised by the argument.

Asked Dennis: “Is he suggesting that the Oakland Raiders are one of the great remains, one of the great brands in the world? … Oh my God, this guy’€™s out of his mind.”

– The movie “Fury” starring Brad Pitt in a World War II tank brigade opens in theaters Friday. It will be Pitt’€™s second war movie in the last decade, as he also had a major role in “Inglorious Bastards.”

“I hope it’€™s half as good as the trailers,” said Callahan.

“The reviews are pretty good, so it’€™s encouraging,” replied Minihane. “It’€™s looks like it’€™s actually pretty good.”

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An all time call from Kevin from Bristol RI.

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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.

– The federal government is being questioned for its handling of the Ebola virus situation after a Dallas nurse who treated a fatal Ebola patient was given the OK to fly on a plane by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control despite showing early symptoms.

Dr. Thomas Frieden, head of the CDC, insists people should not worry about sitting next to an infected individual, although he said that anyone who thinks they might have the disease should stay away from the public. Such inconsistencies have led to some calling for him to resign.

“When you hear from the guy in charge of this whole thing — and I’m not talking about the president, because he’s busy playing golf — the guy from the CDC, you just can’t have any faith in the federal government,” Callahan said.

Dennis said the Ebola scare is an overreaction.

“This is so much ado about nothing, it makes me sick,” Dennis said. “This is well beyond the idiocy of Y2K. This is well beyond the idiocy of Legionnaire’s disease. This is well beyond the idiocy of global warming.

“One person has died of Ebola. Three people have it. The economy is tanking, not completely because of Ebola, but because airline stocks are plummeting because nobody wants to fly. Vacation, car rentals, hotels, all that part of the economy is tanking because nobody wants to leave their house because they’ve all scared the crap out of us. This is the ultimate Chicken Little story.”

Added Dennis: “Fifty-two thousand people in this country died from the damn flu last year. We have one from Ebola, and this place has sho’ gone crazy.”

Callahan questioned his co-host’s assertion, noting that there is no known cure for Ebola.

“[The flu] goes away. I don’t think Ebola is going away,” he said.

Callahan is upset that the people in charge won’t stop flights from Liberia to the United States allegedly because they want to support the African nation’s economy.

Said a sarcastic Callahan: “We should share the suffering. You think you’re above them? The poor folks in Liberia? You think they’re not as good as us? . . . That is literally the mentality: We’re no better than they are.”

– Novelist John Grisham said America is wrongly jailing too many people, including some who stumble onto child pornography on the Internet.

Grisham said he had a friend with a drinking problem who “would never touch a child” but who “pushed the wrong buttons, went too far and got into child porn,” and he ended up in prison for years.

Said Dennis: “Well, then, Mr. Grisham, if you had a 5-year-old daughter, would you be comfortable with this guy who ‘only presses a wrong button when he has too much to drink’ living next door to you? I guess not.”

Responded Callahan: “I do see his point. Even if you look at it, you’re not acting on it. You see guys who look at it — and I know they’re facilitating the whole process — looking at it will get you 20 years.”

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John Buccigross joined the show to discuss tonight's Bruins Canadiens game.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.