Enough About Me with Kirk Minihane

Kirk Minihane

Kirk Minihane hosts "Enough About Me," which features a collection of guests from the sports, media and entertainment industries.

  • 40 minutes 27 seconds
    Ep. 123 - Madeleine Woods on Harvard not renewing Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. as Faculty Dean

    The Dean of Harvard College recently chose not to bring back Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. as Faculty Dean of Winthrop House (a residential house for undergraduates). The decision was due to mounting pressure from student activists. Kirk talks with one of these student activists, Madeleine Woods, who explains what exactly they were actually protesting. Headlines would make it seem like this story was focused on the criminal defense of accused rapist Harvey Weinstein, but Madeleine articulates why she and other students were protesting. 

    14 May 2019, 1:54 pm
  • 27 minutes 11 seconds
    Ep. 122 - Burying the hatchet with Mike Lombardi

    Did we just become best friends?!?! NFL Insider Mike Lombardi joins Kirk to clear the air. The two rehash their time when Mike was a guest on Kirk's former show and talk about Mike's recent pod with Sporty R. McKenzie. They also discuss Lombardi's relationship with Bill Belichick and get into a brief discussion about music (which inevitably means Springsteen talk). 

    13 May 2019, 1:46 pm
  • 38 minutes 33 seconds
    Ep. 121 - Introducing Big Time Football! Kirk welcomes his first official beat writer, William Bendetson Patriots

    William Bendetson Patriots is an accomplished author, podcast host and sports writer.  Get to know the the most recent addition to Kirk's entourage as they go behind the scenes on the Patriots beat, discuss growing up mass-hole and Kirk considers converting to Judaism. 

    10 May 2019, 5:24 pm
  • 35 minutes 26 seconds
    Ep. 120 - Deacon Patrick Moynihan on turning down Robert Kraft's donation

    After rejecting a rather generous donation from Robert Kraft, Deacon Patrick Moynihan, President of the Haitians Project maintains that he was morally obligated to turn down the money. Kirk and Deacon Moynihan get into it as they debate the decision to turn away enough money to operate the charitable foundation for an entire year because of Robert Kraft’s alleged prostitution solicitation charge. Is Deacon Moynihan in the right to reject this gift or does bread come before ethics,?

    8 May 2019, 2:49 pm
  • 42 minutes 53 seconds
    Ep. 119 - Dissecting articles from the Boston Globe and Boston Herald

    Kirk takes on two stories - one from the Boston Globe and one from the Boston Herald. First up, Patrick Moynihan is the president of The Haitian Project who recently refused a generous donation of $100,000 from Robert Kraft because he felt morally obligated to. Kirk unfolds the many layers of hypocrisy in this decision. Next, inspired by an article in the Herald, Kirk dissects a story from the former mayor of Boston that seems too good to be true. ​

    7 May 2019, 1:59 pm
  • 17 minutes 57 seconds
    Ep. 118 - Sporty R. McKenzie interviews NFL Insider Mike Lombardi

    Sporty R. McKenzie fills in for Kirk on this episode of Enough About Me. Sporty talks with NFL Insider Mike Lombardi about his book, podcast, what it means to be a genius and his favorite quotes. 

    2 May 2019, 4:15 pm
  • 35 minutes 30 seconds
    Ep. 117 - Turtleboy

    Kirk talks with investigative journalist Turtleboy about the origins of Turtleboy Sports, getting deactivated on twitter, how he is able to break so many stories and are we living in the scariest most hypocritical time in history? He remains the only person in the media to have Kirk’s back.

    1 May 2019, 1:58 pm
  • 41 minutes 26 seconds
    Ep. 116 - Mailbag: New Bruce music, Top 80's songs, potential movie remakes, an underwhelming bucket list and more

    Another mailbag episode complete with Kirk's favorite 80’s songs, an underwhelming bucket list and Kirk casts the remake of his favorite movie. All that and much more as Kirk answers your most compelling questions.​

    26 April 2019, 1:52 pm
  • 27 minutes 29 seconds
    Ep. 115 - Elizabeth Nolan Brown, contributor to Reason magazine

    Elizabeth Nolan Brown, libertarian feminist journalist for Reason, talks to Kirk about the latest on the Robert Kraft story and how there are no trafficking charges in his soliciting prostitution case.

    25 April 2019, 4:25 pm
  • 35 minutes 23 seconds
    Ep. 114 - Human rights activist Dani Bostick on the Kate Smith controversy

    Amidst the controversy surrounding singer Kate Smith's performance of songs that included racist content back in the 1930s, Kirk speaks with human rights activist Dani Bostick about the mob's reaction. In response to this story, the New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Flyers have stopped playing Smith's rendition of "God Bless America" and the Flyers took down a statue of Smith that had stood in front of their arena since 1987. 

    23 April 2019, 2:13 pm
  • 40 minutes 33 seconds
    Ep. 113 - Mark Moroso, Kirk's interim producer

    Kirk scrapes the bottom of the barrel of guests by having his borderline incompetent, stand in producer Mark Moroso on the podcast once again. Mark pitches a list of moronic thoughts that he calls "Ideas for the show" and Kirk finds out what some of his old coworkers have to say about him when he's not around.

    22 April 2019, 2:14 pm
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