Dom Show Recap - Friday 7/12

Dershowitz Gets A Massage, a Viral Hockey Coach, Lou Gaul, Beach Tags, and Marriage

The Dom Giordano Program
July 12, 2019 - 2:14 pm

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Today, Dom Giordano started off his show talking about massages. Specifically, Alan Dershowitz has become wrapped up in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, after reports came out alleging that he received a massage at the Epstein mansion. Dershowitz insists that although he received a massage once, he was wearing underwear and the massage was from a “very old Russian.” Also, Dom asks listeners both via phone and on Twitter whether or not Jersey shore towns should use beach tags to charge tourists to use the beaches. Dom then discussed a Mississippi gubernatorial candidate, Robert Foster, who denied a female reporter access, explaining that due to his devout Christian beliefs and his marriage vows, he cannot be alone with a female other than his wife.

Then, Dom talked about upcoming movies with producer Dan and film critic Lou Gaul. Due to Toy Story’s success and Tom Hanks birthday, the crew discussed who they believe to be the best recent actor. Gaul also spoke about the new Spiderman movie, and told listeners what upcoming movies he’s most looking forward to seeing.

Finally, the hockey coach who went viral this week for telling his team that they’d be standing for the anthem joined Dom. John Krupinsky, assistant coach of the Danbury, CT Hat Tricks, is also a police sergeant and President of Connecticut’s FOP. Krupinsky lays out why he feels it’s so important to stand for the anthem, explains why he holds such a deep love for the country, and lays out why he doesn’t respect football and women’s soccer players who don’t stand for the anthem.