Time Magazine's worst songs of 2016. Plus a dude who wants to be the first guy to swim the Atlantic Ocean is well into his effort, but he has to readjust his completion date a little, OK, A LOT! Can you say, "shrivel?" Kid freaks when she touches Elf on the Shelf. You are not supposed to touch Elf on The Shelf. Plus are we making a big mistake tell kids there's a Santa Claus? And Make-a-Wish grants a kid an explosive wish.
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Gonzo Greg and Lauren Howard Hayes join Phil Hulett for this edition of Phil Hulett and Friends. Guests include: CEO of Mercedes-Benz Energy Americas, Boris von Bormann to talk about consumer energy storage. Manny the Movie Guy predicts the winner of the best actor Oscar. Author and Physical Therapist, Marianne Ryan talks about breast massage. Tech Expert Andrea Smith talks about smart devices for your connected home. The Founder of Humane Society of Louisiana, Jeff Dorson reviews research that says dogs can actually understand what you are saying. Plus these stories: Time Magazines worst songs of 2016. Best and worst baby names of 2016. Atlantic swim update. Dominoes gives up on Christmas. Should we stop telling kids about Santa? Elf on the Shelf is ripping children's emotions apart. But is Furby worse? Some illicit drugs may actually be good for you. Who bought the Full House house? The Smart Duvet. And finally, Make-A-Wish grants a kid his wish...to blow stuff up!
A representative from Movember visits to talk about raising awareness for men's health issues. Plus Kendall Jenner leaves Instagram. Why songs get stuck in your head. Please don't let grandma text. Air Horn Guy. This bite-sized chunk of Episode 298 is sponsored by the Dromma Bed.
David Greenwood talks about how adults with ADD and ADHD can overcome the distractions of life and succeed at work and in relationships. Plus, Yellowstone Park will boil you alive! The hottest toys of 2016 Christmas. This bite-sized chunk of Episode 298 is sponsored by Constant Contact.
Sports scientist, Bob Prichard explains how to increase oxygen to the brain and why it is important. In fact, he says certain damage you've done to your brain could be reversed. Plus the one thing people can't live without, and it's not sex. This bite-sized chunk of episode 298 is sponsored by Constant Contact.
It's an extra large segment with Manny the Movie Guy as he has a week and a half of movies to review, including Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Moana and Bad Santa 2. This bite-sized chunk of episode 298 is sponsored by the Dromma Bed.
Vietnam Vet, Joseph Gaul is the author of the book, A Real Estate Guide for Veterans. He offers tips for veterans to get their families into a home, in some cases, with zero down payment. Plus Stephen Hawking says we're doomed. And, a man, desperate over his terrible love life, cuts off his penis. The moment he realized he made a mistake, is when the hilarity ensues.
This bite-sized chunk of episode 298 is sponsored by Constant Contact.
Gonzo Greg Spillane and Lauren Howard Hayes are the featured co-hosts on Phil Hulett and Friends. In this segment: Marijuana Bars, Bob Dylan kind of says no to Nobel, top signs of your emotional intelligence, and finally, Hanksgiving. This bite-sized chunk of episode 298 is sponsored by Carbonite.
Special guest co-host, improvisational comedian from the all-female comedy troupe, Duchess Riot, Lauren Howard Hayes joins Gonzo Greg Spillane an Phil Hulett for this episode. Featuring interviews with: Joseph Gaul on Home Buying Help for Veterans. Manny the Movie Guy reviews J.K. Rowling's new movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to find Them. Sports Scientist Bob Prichard on the importance of increasing oxygen to the brain. David Greenwood explains how to overcome distraction when you are an adult with ADD. Keith Sexton with Movember raises awareness for men's health issues.Plus these stories: Penis Man, Colorado moves recreational marijuana to the next level. Poet Laureate Bob Dylan hasn't collected his Nobel Prize yet. The 5 signs of emotional intelligence. Steven Hawking says to get over the election, we're all going to die anyway. The Smithsonian is hurting for money. Gift ideas for animal lovers. WiFi is more important than sex and chocolate. Hot Springs Hole of Death. The hottest toys with really long names. Kendall Jenner quits Instagram. And finally, Grandma texts the wrong grand kid for thanksgiving invite.
Ellen Snortland talks about her documentary which looks into the females of every species of animal and how to are just as ferocious as their male counterparts...but not female humans. What is the message society sends to women that mutes her instinct to kick ass? Plus, what is dirtier, your computer keyboard or your toilet? And Black Friday deals revealed.
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