What a show! Here’s a quick rundown of topics, Brain-Eating Amoeba in tap water! Could Los Angeles still host the 2024 Summer Olympics? How to teach kids to speed read 5 books a week, and retain the info. Smart guys warn against autonomous robots. Divers encounter mysterious blob.
July is national ice cream month and we make good on that celebration today when the founder of Creamology visits to explain the latest trend in making better, tastier ice cream. Sounds like a dream come true, but what do your dreams really mean. Phil Hulett’s recurring dream apparently means he’s honest, caring, and comfortable with his naked body. Dream Analyst Lauri Loewenburg explains what your dreams mean, and deciphers one of the most bizarre celebrity dreams, courtesy of Madonna, we’ve ever heard. Plus Manny the Movie Guy pulls no punches on this weekend’s offerings. Hackers are able to disrupt and even disable connected cars from a specific auto-maker. Star Wars’ R2D2 is actually in space. Science can finally tell you if you have a good-looking penis. The mystery of the sex-toys o [...]
First we learn during the “Is America Ready for a Gay President?” segment, that Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are most likely gay, then we learn that members of N’Sync and Backstreet Boys will die horrific deaths in a horror movie courtesy of the makers of Sharknado. This is all very disturbing to us, but perhaps not as disturbing as Phil Hulett’s swimming pool experiences. Don’t miss his stories in the second hour during the travel feature about Classic American Hotel Swimming Pools. Plus, hear what an American woman of Muslim descent has to say about arranged marriage, and how now may be a great time for America to move in that direction. Erin Myers returns to the studio and offers: used car salesman tricks, record heat globally, people still like Trump, the bird who steals marij [...]
On this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends we have ample examples of both good and bad behavior. There’s Caitlyn Jenner’s Arthur Ashe Courage Award acceptance speech on the ESPY’s, then there’s the group in Texas which believes kindergarten children will be encourages to participate in sodomy thanks to the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage. Then there’s Chuck Furey who’s riding around America, the long way, raising money for 5 charities. (Hint, click on his name.) and then there’s a good chance Uber has offered it’s last ride share in California. There’s improved workplace standards when it comes to pregnant workers, but then there’ this month’s cover of Rolling Stone which provides proof that rock and roll, and any advancements women have made in the past 30 years, may actually be dead. There’s the new Lay’s potato chip flavors and then there’s Amaz [...]
What’s all the excitement over Pluto about? Gonzo Greg co-hosts this episode asks the same question in his anti-plutonian rant. We learn why prenuptial agreements could work for just about everybody, and how a home renovation project might cause you to exercise that prenup. A former addict reveals how heroin is becoming the drug of choice for middle class kids and women, and where you can get help. Our travel dude is lost in the wonder of the Coast Starlight train on the way to Eugene, Oregon. Kelly Bennett from Breakfast with Gary and Kelly guest co-hosts. She has a real problem with Larry King’s bathroom habits. She also describes what you are drinking in a glass of tap water that might cause you to be infertile. M [...]
Today we speak with a polygamy advocate who says the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage opens the door to legalized polygamy. What do you think? Plus Manny the Movie Guy on Minions and Amy Winehouse, Jeremy Anticouni on Apple Watches getting way too hot, and Dr. Shaelyn Pham on selfish parents raising better children. Brooke Peterson joins Phil in the studio and reveals what Girl Scouts will not do for $100,000, issues a Bill Cosby update, details of the homicidal mama bunny rabbit, why women live longer than men…or do they? And perhaps the biggest development of the day, Taco Bell delivery. Phil Hulett goes out of character and delivers an Ariana Grande diatribe, but reels himself back in to point out what Crayola Crayons and Jello ha [...]
Many of the things you are frightened of are wrapped up into this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends. Learn what to do if you encounter a shark from “The Queen of Surfing,” Veronica Grey. Find out if acupuncture works and just how far those needles have to be pushed in order to make a difference from Licensed practitioner, Drew Nystrom. Then Dr. Howard Marshall makes a real good case for you to floss when he lists the serious diseases that can come from having inflamed gums. Plus our travel guy, Gary Warner talks about the best beaches in Hawaii for families, romance, body surfing or body watching. Skylar Cuarisma[...]
We’re headed into the 4th of July weekend and to celebrate, we show you how to superimpose the American Flag on your social media profile photo, and we talk to a guy who insists we do all we can to buy American-made products. Playing the role of guest friend today is Gonzo Greg Spillane. He brought us stories of death and extinction, including the fact the Yellowstone Park will some day erupt and destroy the planet, and mark this little trivial tidbit on your technology timeline, this week marks the first time a human being has been killed by a robot (it wont be the last). Phil reviewed a new survey that said only about half of us are extremely proud to be Americans…the rest of us, meh. Manny the Movie Guy loves him some Magic Mike XXL, and Bijan Golkar explains a simple wa [...]