NASA confirms a giant asteroid is headed our way. Some people say it's going to collide with Earth. That's OK, the military now have super laser beams. Is the human race dooming itself anyway? People are now preserving dead skin tattoos from their dearly departed.
This bite-sized chunk of Episode 304 is sponsored by Carbonite.
You thought this was a show about President Trump, didn't you? Wrong! Today we discuss things that could kill you, otherwise ruin your life, or prove the human race is over. That's right, it's pure comedy gold! Dr. Ankit Mahadevia describes the global threat posed by increasing antibiotic resistant "super bugs." Abby Eisenkraft gives you tax tips that will keep you out of jail. Nutritionista Diana Keuilian explains how to hack recipes to take out all the stuff that is making you sick while still making food taste good. Coach Meg splices your emotional DNA before you fall off the deep end. And Manny the Movie Guy not only reviews this weekend's movies, he explains why La La Land is so popular. Plus Phil and his friends, Gonzo Greg Spillane and Kelly Bennett have these stories to reinforce the idea we are doomed: Massive asteroid is headed towards Earth! U.S. military now has super laser beams. People are saving and preserving the tattoos off the bodies of dearly departed. Beer yoga! The doomsday clock is adjusted CLOSER to midnight. It's a fowl Chinese New Year. VR Smell Porn. Twinkie Ice Cream. And...wait for it...pigs cross bred with human DNA (what could go wrong?) Now if this isn't collective proof we are all doomed, you should listen to this entire episode to hear all the stories we didn't list here.
Scientists have figured out how to transform docile lab mice into savage predators. Could human experimentation begin soon? Plus: it's time to play America's favorite TV game show "Meth or Kitty Litter!" This bite-sized chunk of episode 303 is sponsored by Constant Contact.
Friday the 13th stuff you knew and didn't know. Autonomous bus in Las Vegas. What could go wrong? Great Thank you E! Online headlines for the side boob! This bite-sized chunk of episode 303 is sponsored by Lunar Pages.
Should you really get a flu shot like the CDC recommends? You might be surprised to hear what Dr. Michael Z. Kurtz has to say about that. Manny the Movie Guy reviews Monster Trucks, Sleepless and The Bye Bye Man. Jennifer Lehr explains why parents saying all the wrong things to their children. Patricia Schultz has 1,000 places to see in the United States and Canada before you die. Plus these stories from Gonzo Greg Spillane, Skylar Cuarisma and Phil Hulett: Friday the 13th stuff, Autonomous driving Vegas bus, ridiculous E! headlines, side boob, kitty litter or meth?, Microsoft employees sue over the subject matter in your emails, Sponge Bob under water resort, robot rights, how to know your sister has been dead for 2 weeks, ticketed for warming up car in Michigan, highway tunnel under Stonehenge, Homer Simpson's pink car model leaked, Alec Baldwin takes Trump on the road, UPS sucks, and finally, vagina necklaces.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll reviews what's hot at CES 2017. Phil wants to know about windshield display while driving. Yup, it has arrived! Plus the value of a hug, spiders are more like us than we thought. And, who are "they?" This bite-sized chunk of episode 302 is sponsored by the Dromma Bed.
Conservation Biologist and author Jono Neiger explains what permaculture is and how you can do little things to save the planet. Plus, cat food recall, NBA free throw distraction, French authorities take extreme measures to stop bird flu. This bite-sized chunk of episode 302 is sponsored by Carbonite.
New laws for 2017. Plus Gary Warner tells us what's hot and what's not in 2017 travel destinations. This bite-sized chunk of episode 302 is sponsored by eBates.
Dr. Akram Alashari explains why you fail at New Years Resolutions each year and what you can do to make them stick. Plus, what's in the package? Alexa fail. The wine and odor repellent shirt. This bite-sized chunk of episode 302 is sponsored by Carbonite.