I went to the Legacy Club in downtown Boston today to do my first podcast on the brand new Gerry Callahan Podcast (lot of thought put into that name obviously). For those of you unfamiliar with Gerry, he’s probably the most well known sports talk radio host in Boston for the last 20 years. But he was let go at WEEI because one douchebag millionaire activist (Bob Murchison) harassed WEEI’s advertisers relentlessly because Gerry expressed an opinion that 7 year old boys were too young to transition to 7 year old girls. Entercom gutlessly gave in and brought in the milquetoast programming of Greg Hill, which is probably the least entertaining show in the history of the radio.
Anyway, Gerry is an unabashed conservative, so some people thought we wouldn’t be able to disagree on anything, especially the day after Trump was impeached. But we did disagree on whether or not Hunter Biden was an asshole. In my opinion, Hunter Biden would be a great person to hang out with. He’d be the worst brother ever, (because he’d bang your wife after you died) and he’s a crackhead who constantly gets bailed out by Daddy, but if you were his friend you’d love hanging out with him because you never know how any given night would end.
It’s not set in stone that I’m the permanent guy on this podcast, because he’s gonna have other guests. But in my professional opinion this was a pretty solid podcast. Listen here.
— The Gerry Callahan Podcast (@CallahanPodcast) December 19, 2019
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