Here are the highlights from Tuesday’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 fight in a hot tub in South Carolina came about over the weekend when three gay men fought over who was the highest paid escort. Austin Adams, 18, allegedly assaulted Douglas Tench, 21, when the two argued over who received more pay for their escort services. The pair along with 33-year-old Michael Gordon were at a bar before going back to a house Gordon was dog-sitting at where the fight happened.
“I think it’s exactly the place [South Carolina] where there are a lot of closeted guys, military guys, or officials who don’t want to get in trouble,” said Minihane.
“Gamecock fans,” Dennis joked.
Added Callahan: “33? What’s he doing in that group.”
“Male cougar,” Minihane replied.
— Alois Brunner, a reputed top lieutenant of Nazi mastermind Adolf Eichmann reportedly died four years ago in Syria where he was living under government protection. Brunner, an Austrian SS officer who was found responsible for the World War II deportation of 125,500 European Jews to Nazi death camps, escaped at the war’s end from Germany to Egypt and the escaped to Syria in 1954.
“This is in Syria though, right? That is sort of like being in hell.” Dennis said.
“There is a hell. I believe in hell because of guys like that. There has to be.” Callahan replied.
— Bill Cosby has resigned from Temple’s Board of Trustees. He held the position for 32 years, and it comes to an end after the sexual allegations that have come out against Cosby over the past several weeks.
“Is he admitting guilt here? Callahan asked.
“Well he jumped before he was pushed,” said Dennis.
“None of the other trustees would wet their hair before meetings, he hated that,” added Callahan.