Today we checked in with the LAPD to find out id the HiddenCash guy is potentially breaking any laws by potentially putting people at risk of injury while hiding envelopes with cash inside throughout the Los Angeles area. Plus a money expert offers tips on how to teach your kids the basics of finance. And are computers getting to smart for their own good…and will they eventually build their own army and come to dominate us? An artificial intelligence expert answers these questions and more…and he’s worried about the future!
Calle Mayor Middle Schooler, Timothy Lau of Torrance, CA goes deep into the semi-finals in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in an attempt to be the first contestant from Los Angeles County to win. You’ll hear from his Principal. A false alarm and a kid “playing with his Glock” rattles already frayed nerves in Isla Vista. Tech guy Jeremy Anticouni talks iPhone ransom, Real-time Translation Skype, and more. Plus, Self Help Guru, Dr. Paul McKenna talks about his book, Hypnotic Gastric Band. Jennifer Bjorklund tells you about a deer carcass insurance scam. Jay Campadonia uncovers a Utah Schools’ yearbook cover up. Chris Martin considrs wearing an 840 pound one of these…if he can get it our of a Sheriff’s evidence locker.
Today we explore the role of psychotherapy, the responsibility of psychotherapists and the questions we need to ask in light of the Isla Vista rampage. Dr. Sherrie Campbell has a strong opinion on this topic. Relative to that, we speak with an autism expert who says NOT to blame Asperger’s Syndrome on the shooting. Dr. Robert Melillo lays the blame squarely on someone else. Plus we learn Tara Kennedy-Kline how survive summer vacation with your kids. Chris Martin tells us about the family who finds million s of dollars in buried treasure IN THIER BACK YARD, Jennifer Bjorklund professes her love for NBC’s Brian Williams, and Jay Campadonia reveals the hottest new job category you haven’t thought of yet.
As Isla Vista mourns and tries to recover from a shooting/stabbing rampage that left 6 people, plus the shooter dead, we hear stories of hope and heroism on this edition of the program. Plus the cars most likely to be stolen, how hard Johnny Football “plays,” and a fashion expert explains how to dress your age.
It must be Friday. On this program, you’ll learn all about a new company called “Rent-A-Gent” where ladies can hire a hunky man for any number of reasons except the one you are thinking of right now. Then Berkley Hoagland of Berkley’s Back Yard Barbecue comes by to explain and prepare delicious barbecue. Please don’t hate The Friends for devouring the delicious food. Plus UFC Champ Rhonda Rousey drops two tough guys in a bar…a year later they ask a judge to even the score. Yelp goes video…we’re pretty sure this is a bad idea. Iran wants to flog an actress who was seen kissing in Cannes. And crazy teachers!
Some scary viruses are breaking out all over the world, and most of them are heading to the United State. This week the latest scare is Chikungunya virus. Dr. Kurtz explains what is it and how you can avoid it. Plus, Google snubs the FCC chairman and offers a free fast lane to a major content provider. And, storied Indy 500 reporter, Robin Miller plays the grid game. Jennifer sends a shout out to her BFF, NBC’s Brian Williams. Jay asks the question, “How young is too young for sex ed at school?” And Chris warns that the post office as you know if is about to go away. And Pizza Drone!
Ed Carpenter, the pole-sitter for this coming Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 joins the Friends to talk about driving 231 MPH, whether Kurt Busch will bump, NASCAR style, and how great the finish line milk will taste if he’s lucky enough to step onto the podium. Plus LA Times writer Helene Elliott checks in from Chicago to talk LA Kings and Chicago Blackhawks. And, music industry insider Steve Jones talks about unleashing your inner rock star.
On this program you learn all about an app that locates sicks people so you can avoid them! Plus World Cup dengue fever, OJ’s obsession with cookies, add bloody mary to the veggie list, WWE’s big plunge, NFL lawsuit, and super hero pallbearers.
On today’s program a cyber espionage expert discusses the US charge that members of the Chinese military hacked into US company computers and stole trade secrets. Plus Dr. Bill Miller talks about the bugs in your belly that are tying you in knots. And after spending the better part of last week covering the fires in San Diego County, Jennifer Bjorklund recounts the story of when she looked up and discovered a little, crispy kitty in a tree and what happened next.
Could you give up your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account…forever? Dr. Sherrie has tips on Social Media detox. The director of the documentary from the makers of “An Inconvenient Truth” joins the Friends live. And if you want to squirm, you need to hear an entomologist from the Natural History Museum of LA County talk about bug, DELICIOUS bugs.