For Memorial Day weekend, our travel guy, Gary Warner discusses the 3 most powerful U.S. Memorials to visit. Can you guess any of the three? Plus Dale Lopes has information that leads to the question, Is the NBA ready to institute a 4-point line? And let’s face it, Americans can’t spell.
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Considering Zika Virus, political upheaval and the chaos of white elephant construction, Economics professor, Joseph P. Fuhr speculates on how bad things are going to be for Brazil after the summer Olympics. Texas is probably going to execute a dude for messing with the message on one of those roadside LED signs. What does Hillary Clinton know about UFO’s, and is she going to declassify information about aliens if she’s elected President? What did Phil Hulett do when he was a kid to best enjoy the Indianapolis 500?
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The magazine rack in your bathroom is about to go through withdrawals. Victoria’s Secret please say it isn’t so! Skylar Cuarisma has the dirt on your favorite undie mag. Dale Lopes is the life of the party when he reveals scientific analysis of all the yummy stuff in your hamburger. Phil Hulett asks the question, If your significant other gave you permission to have sex with other people, would you do it?
Did the Angry Birds Movie come out too late to be a blockbuster? Manny the Movie Guy has a strong opinion about this movie and you do not want to miss his surprising pick of the week. Dale Lopes is in the studio with Phil Hulett and Brooke Peterson and he says Steph Curry has changed basketball in a way that is causing kids to learn the game different. Speaking of kids, Dale has had it up to hear with pro players bringing their kids to post-game interviews.
Prepared to be Devoured by Culinary Expert Sophie Egan. Her book, “Devoured,” discovers what the food you eat says about you. Dr. Daliah Wachs explains why she believes so many more kids are contacting chronic diseases. She suggests, and Phil Hulett agrees, today’s helicopter parents need to “embrace the dirt” so their kids can naturally build a little immunity.
You’ve used that translator app on your phone for ever, right? Now there’s an earpiece which listens to the language the person right in front of you is speaking and translates it seamlessly into your language. Cool, huh? Admit it, you don’t like mead, but you’ll drink it to sound cool, in a medieval way. Is Mike Trout as good as Willie Mays, and are the Angels going to trade him to the Yankees?
NASA Expert Rod Pyle talks about the preponderance of new planets being discovered and ponders how much more likely it is that there is a life-sustaining orb out there in space. Let’s give credit where credit is due…the phrase, “A Walmart on Uranus” was delivered with effortless comedic timing by Mr. Pyle during this bit-sized chunk of Episode 273. Brooke Peterson was all giddy about a small country operating an entire week on only renewable energy. Dale Lopes complained about Kiosks at fast food restaurants, but warned pimply-faced counter workers that their days get orders wrong are numbered.
Estate Planning Attorney, Sam Long explains, regardless of size, wills are vital if you don’t want to leave your beneficiaries in a world of hurt. Dale Lopes describes a new blood test that can accurately define your metabolism and new therapies that can use that information to help you change it from fast to slow, or vice versa. And finally, Brooke Peterson introduces us to the Bluetooth Tampon.
Plenty of sex in the first bit-sized chunk of episode 273. You’ve heard of Russian Roulette, right? You will not believe what Sex Roulette is. Thanks Brooke Peterson for finding this story. And, unless you are a porn star, you might also have a hard time believing how little time, on average, we spend actually having sex in our lifetimes. Doctors truly love us, and they prove this by recommending we eat a healthy plate of human feces to cure certain ailments. Now there’s a recognized syndrome adults who throw temper tantrums can blame their poor behavior on. Morely Safer is just another example of a radio/TV reporter/host who worked well into his golden years and dropped dead days after he retired. Phil Hulett worries about what might happen at the end of this Dodger season! Sports Talk host Dale Lopes joins Phil and Brooke in the studio and asks how young is too you [...]