Now there's a phrase for ya. Author Richard Watts talks about his book "Entitlemania" and offers tips on how NOT to raise an entitled child. Manny the Movie Guy reveals a secret item in his wardrobe closet (and he reviews Chips and Power Rangers.) Cyber security expert, Andrew Hacker confirms your smart TV could be watching you. Bracketologist Kerry Miller, from Bleacher Report, offers some probables for the NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament, even though his bracket "could be better." Explorer Douglas Preston talks about his expedition which led to the discovery of the Lost City of the Monkey God. Plus these stories from Phil Hulett, Lauren Howard Hayes and Kelly J: Beer on Mars. Man bangs. Fan boys think the new Wonder Woman is the pits. Man-shaped hole...in a rock (not Iraq). Chasing the eclipse. Facebook Shopping update. Eraser Challenge. Secret to longevity according to 109 year old man. The science of napping. Fit-Bit insomnia. Color-changing noodles. Gold trove in a piano. Opium addicted parrots. Man lives with pony in apartment. The perfect age to get married. And finally, March Madness vasectomies.
Who knew yoga pants were causing such harm to the planet? Skylar Cuarisma explains the form-fitting dilemma. Plus, Radical Dating with Riana Milne. Manny the Movie Guy reviews Beauty and the Beast. Travel Expert Gary Warner warns where NOT to spend Spring Break. Do doodlers get better grades? Red Rohl thinks so. It's Teach Music America Week. Hear Vincent James explain how to keep music alive in your child's school. And these stories: Drinkable Sunscreen, the Happiest Cities, why we love two women with snow shovels fighting, the history of St. Paddy's Day, SNL actually goes L. Smell like a cuddly kitten! Too Tall to Fly. Who's more likely to sleep with a teddy bear on lonely nights, men or women? Driverless flying taxis are coming soon! And finally, Phil's Hernia Surgery...Should we podcast it live?
We typically do not do politics on this show but today took a decided turn in that direction. See if you agree. Phil reads a speech from the former Provost of Stanford about the danger from left-leaning academicians creating their own echo chamber. A judge breaks the law to help an undocumented alien accused of a crime escape the courtroom. Tom Hanks to Press: Tell the Truth. The slippery slope of human micro-chipping. The power of rock music to change minds. Plus: Manny the Movie Guy reviews Before I Fall, The Shack and Logan. We travel yo hotels that once were not hotels. We hear about epic fails which turned into major successes. Pregnant with triplets in China. Is it Nike's corporate policy to fat shame? Yum, raw cookie dough. Pink Peep Poop! How much pee is in that pool? 8 Books Neil DeGrasse Tyson says you should read. Man buried alive in 7 tons of porn. Hideous changes with Monopoly. And wait until the end for a little sex talk, including the, uh, never mind...just listen.
Incongruity is a good way to describe today's show. Let's start with the second hour which features an expert on cannibalism, a doctor describing attitudes toward heart health, and the director of the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council talking about a new app that promises meat-buying made easy. Now that we've established a flow, Hour one includes a parenting expert on talking to your kids about prejudice and Manny the Movie Guy predicts the Oscar winners. Gonzo Greg Spillane and Skylar Cuarisma join Phil Hulett to cover these stories: Who has the most orgasms? Fort Colins, Colorado will free the nipple. Impending glass ban at Boston bars. Beyonce still relevant next year? Who is JZ? Twitter jail. Uber is deeply pained. An end to hangovers, if you can wait. Top signs you'll get divorced. Swedish town considers sex breaks for employees. Yoga pants DUI girl. Your washing machine wants to kill you. Gym rats lose libido. Listen to the entire show and tell your friends.
Phil Hulett, Brooke Peterson and author Lupita Samuels have a frank discussion about race, color and self-worth, including the surprising perceptions of skin color by children. Plus Manny the Movie Guy has bad news for weekend moviegoers. Gary Warner offers Spring Training travel ideas for baseball fans. Dr. Don McDonald says to stop your people pleasing. The host of The Smithsonian Channel's new show, The Weapon Hunter, Paul Shull talks about his love for historical firearms and what they've meant for U.S. military campaigns over the centuries. Plus: Scientists bring back the woolly mammoth. A License to kill poachers. Uber Driver Burglar. 21 Random Acts of Kindness. What Mike Ilitch did for Rosa Parks. Did Mick Jagger write an autobiography or didn't he? Virtual Reality to help your brain. The rotating hotel tower. Dr. Who is a guy, right? Police body cams with artificial intelligence. Guess what? Your wife is a prostitute! Woman marries her house. How to blow up a planet. Chinese knock-off perfume made with poison. And finally, the high school kid who did this for Valentines Day.
The title of this episode refers to our conversation with Harry S. Dent, Jr, author of The Sale of a Lifetime: How the Great Bubble Burst of 2017-2019 Can Make You Rich. We also hear from the former 2 time first lady of Massachusetts, Kitty Dukakis. She makes the case for electroshock therapy. Manny the Movie Guy was all set to review the weekend movies and explain his shock over some of the SAG awards selections, but technical difficulties kept him off the air. Travel Guy Gary Warner talks about how mother nature has afforded us new travel destination ideas. UFC Champion Frank Shamrock talks about his new online TV Talk show on which he discusses the benefits of cannabis. Plus these stories: Porkageddon! Meat bouquet! Rattlesnake toilet. Nutella Day. Coca-Cola plus fiber! Sharknado 5! Camping helps you sleep? Lost continent found! Oreo beer. The Super Bowl Flush. Manatees pick the winner. 10 foods to make you poop. 8 costly mistakes you make every time you buy airline tickets. Clueless pregnancy test.
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.