Why is the Executive Producer of Nat Geo's 6-part future tech documentary, "Year Million" frightened by the future? Plus, travel dude Gary Warner gives perspective on how we should really celebrate Memorial Day and offers tips on the summer travel season. Phil Hulett and co-hosts Kelly Bennett, Lauren Howard-Hayes and Katie Elsaesser offer these stories: Abdominal cavity hand-warmer. Blood-red beach. Cat Cafe. Rat Cafe. Wendy's Chicken Nugget Boy update. Nuclear Emergency message broadcast during prime time TV. AI Pinterest Lens. Autonomous Driving Fails.
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Dr. Frieda Birnbaum joins us to discuss the damage social media does to your mental health, and how to reverse the damage now. Inventor, Carlos Mastrangelo describes his smart glasses which can seamlessly adjust focus to distance. And Laura J. Moss is the author of the book, Adventure Cats, explains how to go hiking with your cat on a leash. Plus Co-Host Terri-Rae Elmer sets the precedent for suing your date, and the latest fashion trend for men...rompers. Would Phil Hulett wear one? Tune in to find out.
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Information Technology Expert, Nick Paras explains how to avoid falling victim to ransomware and whether it is worth it to buy and install Internet Security software on your computer. He also answers the question, are Macs safe from virus attacks? Plus, Manny the Movie Guy reviews Alien: Covenant. Terri-Rae Elmer joins Phil Hulett as co-host and reveals an unexpected but promising potential cure for cancer. She also explores tips for surviving a limited nuclear attack and reviews the latest trendy gadget that is so popular, some people want to have sex with it.
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A packed show in which Phil Hulett handled host and co-host duties. Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is convinced everybody lies and he used Google search data to find out who Americans truly are. Dr. Alan Matarasso with the American Society of Plastic Surgeons talks about the remarkable amount of money we spend on procedures and which are the most popular/most dangerous. Nashville Predators Public Address Announcer, Paul McCann pits his goal call against Phil's Anaheim Ducks goal call. Manny the Movie Guy reviews King Arthur and Snatched. Gary Warner has tips on how to travel the world without leaving the USA. Gear Head Noah Alexander hosts the new Velocity TV show "Speed is the New Black" and visits to talk about custom, fast cars. Thomas Gagliano helps us celebrate mom when she isn't really worth celebrating.
It's Cinco de Mayo and the Friends went on a quest to find out why we celebrate (drink) on this day each year in America. Plus, these guests: Mark Grabowski on what is left of your Internet privacy. Manny the Movie Guy reviews Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and reveals why today is also Cinco de Manny! Yehuda Remer explains how to raise your kids with guns in the house. Dr. Chris Lowe from the CSULB Shark Lab answers all of Phil Hulett's questions about the uptick in shark sightings and shark bitings. Event expert Lynn Fuhler talks about the new trend: Pop-Up Beer Gardens. Gonzo Greg Spillane and Kelly J join Phil Hulett with these stories: Avocado shortage. Tequila worm. Private celebrity airport terminal. Eye tattoo! Bacon. Airline Leg Room. Stuck on a Roller Coaster. Dr. Head Transplant. Will Aliens eat us like popcorn shrimp? Elon Musk is boring. Star Wars Day evacuation. Cow’s milk without cows. And, side boob.
We have your health in mind on this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends. Dr. Elizabeth Rosenthal explains how to avoid getting ripped off at a hospital. Former Stand-up Comedian, Pete O'Shea reveals the hidden secrets of an addict. Fitness Expert and sought-after personal trainer, Jonathan Jordan says, don't be obsessed with your fitness tracker. Plus Manny the Movie Guy reviews The Circle and Travel Guy Gary Warner makes the distinction between national parks and national monuments. Gonzo Greg Spillane and Skylar Cuarisma join Phil Hulett and have these stories: The latest from Berkeley...and it's not what you think. What is the ideal amount of personal space? Stupid girl goes viral using her boyfriends' junk to blend her makeup. Disabled guy in a shopping cart. Hot Mug Shot Guy is back in trouble. What's worse, getting fired or getting divorced? Reebok calls out Nordstrom. Ikea calls out Balenciaga. Billy Ray Cyrus legally changed his name. The best way we've heard of to get your kid to do his homework. Flying cars? Never mind. The Bachelor kills a guy but he sure is dreamy.
April is National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Month! The man behind California's "The Grilled Cheese Truck" talks about this comfort food from basic to gourmet. Plus Rashid Brown talks about job opportunities for the digital nomad. Movie reviewer and sketch comedian Shira Selko reviews Born in China and reveals something new about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Songwriter Ty Moss exposes how musicians are getting the shaft from Internet streaming stations. And the University of Kansas' Jordan Bass talks about the rise of E-Sports in college. Phil Hulett is joined by co-hosts Brooke Peterson and Kellie Sue Peters. They add the following stories: Brain link to Computer, Flying Cars are here, Airfare wars, Naked Mole Rats, David Hasselhoff raps, Awesome eco-activities for Earth Day, Is it safe to eat moldy bread? One year without Prince, Collectible McDonalds dipping sauce, Homeless Girl Scouts, and Shakespeare's Weed Sonnets.
Yes, gravity is a naked body's enemy. That's why today's show was done from outer space, in the nude. Now that you have that image stuck in your head, today's show features Disaster preparedness expert, Anthony Kovic talking about the potential for and impact of a black energy attack on America's power grid. Manny the Movie Guy reviews Fate of the Furious and The Lost City of Z. NASA expert and space author, Rod Pyle talks Saturn, ice moons which support life, Space tourism and more. Travel Guy Gary Warner wonders what United Airlines is thinking and explores rodeo-related travel destinations. Clothing Optional Expert Deb Bowen pretty much talks the clothing right off of us and explains all the reasons you love being naked. Co-Hosts Lauren Howard Hayes and Stew Herrera join Phil with these stories: Poop-Themed kid party, strange Easter traditions, Easter Toy Recall, 3rd week of April BAD, scorpions on a plane, no toilets on the orbiter, new and bizarre variety of shrimp discovered, did furry thieves hit Chick Fil-A? Giant Rubik's Cube, Hot Dog Ban, Canada or Caniba? 15 regional words for vomiting.
Wow! I can turn on a light simply by channeling ambient energy? That's how Nicola Tesla did it, and apparently Tom Paladino can also. Listen to him talk about Scalar Energy on this episode. Plus we have, "The Accountant Beside You," Lisa London with last minute tax tips for your home business. Manny the Movie Guy reviews "Going in Style," "Smurfs: The Lost Village,: and "Gifted." Tip: Phil can't pronounce the names of Filipino cuisine to save his life! Gardening expert and podcaster, Mike Podlesny talks about springtime planting and how to keep the bugs and disease down, naturally. Eric Mittenthal, the top dog at the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council reveals which MLB ballpark has the best hot dog. Co-Host Emily Harlan joins Phil Hulett with these stories: High School rebellion, Internal Decapitation Boy update, Average Wedding Gift amounts, Don Rickles tribute, Photoshop Dad, Mattress Rental, Mermaid Lady, National Beer Day, Girl Scout Cookie calorie count, Guinness Stout is good for you, Panera goes to the dark side, 8 year old girl raised by monkeys in the jungle, Fake Yelp Reviews, Leaving the Hockey Game Early, Starbucks Messenger, and the actresses with the most alluring eyes.
From coffee to marijuana, from the next real estate crisis to travel scams, this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends was a roller coaster ride, In fact, we heard from Pete Trabucco, one of America's foremost experts on Roller coasters and Amusement Parks. Financial Expert Heather Wagenhals offered guidance on where mortgage rates are headed and when the real estate bubble will pop. Manny the Movie Guy reviewed Scarlett Johansson in "Ghost in the Shell", and her performance while wearing a flesh-toned body suit. Travel guy, Gary Warner offered tips on how to avoid travel scams. Chronic pain expert, Cindy Perlin describes a world without medicinal marijuana. Plus these stories from Phil Hulett and co-host Mike Walters (from the podcast, "Ducks n Pucks"): Starbucks secret menu item comes into the light, the controversy over "hand salad, celebrity egg freezing, NHL post-season prognostication, March Madness championship prediction, Hey Crayola...why bother?, Las Vegas Raiders, actual Sharknado, Turkey dinner in your windsheild, Banksy tags are worth how much? Star MLB player wants a pony, dinosaur discovery, beer-fed cattle is tasty, and, if spiders ate humans....