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Phil Hulett and Friends
48 minutes | Aug 6, 2018
Last year we told you about the inaugural Devil's Tower UFO Rendezvous. It was so successful, the organizers are doing it again. You'll hear from event coordinator, Laurie Tucker, live from Hulett, Wyoming. She not only gives you all the poop about this year's UFO Rendezvous at the place where Steven Spielberg's "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" was filmed, she shares her own extraterrestrial encounter. Next up, think of three places to have a cool vacation during the hottest month of the year. Gary Warner suggests 3 excellent destinations we would never have thought of. You will especially love number 3! Plus stories in the news as discussed by Phil Hulett and co-host Kelly Bennett. The craft beer with "Essence" of hot models. Cannabis infused beer. Deep fried Oreos at your grocer. The purge of Papa John at Papa Johns continues. Will Disney stick to their guns regarding James Gunn and Guardians of the Galaxy? Now you can have a seat on a Dead Pool toilet seat cover. Apple becomes the first $1 Trillion company this week. What would one share of Apple stock be worth today had you bought it when Apple first went public in 1980? Who are these people washing and re-using condoms? And finally, a job that pays you $10,000 to grill steaks for 2 weeks at an exotic location. We tell you how to apply.
51 minutes | Aug 4, 2018
Deadly Dog Kisses
Who knew dogs kisses could be deadly? A recent story about a man who lost both legs and his hands after his dog affectionately "kissed" him, lead to a near-deadly infection. Could your dog be infected? what are the symptoms? Do doctors even know what to look for? Dr. Michael Z. Kurtz has answers. From dog kisses to Manny kisses! Manny the Movie Guy reviews The Darkest Minds, Disney's Christopher Robin, and The Spy Who Dumped Me. Which movie will Manny give the most kisses? Kelly Bennett joins Phil Hulett in the studio with her take on the stories in the news on this "Grab Some Nuts Day" in America. It's also National Watermelon Day. You've heard about the "see something, say something" policy , right? How about "smell something, tell someone?" Out of the ashes of the Carr Fire comes stories of miracles as well as animal kingdom enemies putting their differences, and tasty flavor, aside, to comfort each other in the wildfire aftermath. Did you hear the one about the guy who stole a shark from the zoo? It's not a joke. Happy Birthday Intern Ricky! Plus there's the return of "Alf. How to get a free Big Mac at McDonald's. We often wonder why our dogs stare at us when we poop. Now there's science to explain it, and you'll love your dog even more when you hear the reason. And finally, crocheted shorts for men is a thing.
57 minutes | Jul 27, 2018
Essential Oils and Swimming with Whale Sharks
Essential oils are all the rage, but are they truly useful? Author, coach and comedian, Jen Coken reveals [29:46] some recipes she's uncovered for safe and effective insect repellents, sun blocks and pain relievers with nothing but natural ingredients. She provides a way for you to receive a free list of useful recipes that use essential oils. She's a funny lady, too. Her book is called, "When I Die, Take My Panties." Yup, there's a good explanation for that title. [10:20] This week is the 30th year Discovery Channel has broadcast a week's worth of shark-related programming. they call it "Shark Week." A friend of the show is celebrating in a big way. Susie Selby of Selby Winery is a big time diver. We didn't know that. She checks in, soaking wet, on a boat off the coast of Isles Mujeres, Mexico to talk about her dive with a pod of whale sharks! Wow! Kelly J joins Phil Hulett at the studio in his house. LA Radio Studio is being dismantled while this episode is recorded. The hope is to find a new home for the historic studio equipment soon. Stay tuned. Meantime, stories this hour include, R. Kelly's sex cult. Then there's the zoo that tried to pass off a painted mule as a zebra. Ladies, there's cash in your arm pits! From the "Somebody died, try not to laugh" department, a serial killer accidentally kills himself. The United States has more meat and cheese than it know what to do with. Somebody is holding a $522 Million lottery ticket. Happy 150 years, Golden Retrievers. Then there's the guy who lost his dog...and doesn't want it back. Thank God George Clooney is back to work. Welcome to the fish taco club, Taco Bell. Congrats little town in Michigan, you elected a cat mayor. And finally, New Zealand's Prime Minister is on maternity leave. Her number two is in charge as acting PM. What does he do? Start a fight with Australia! Uhh, hashtag hormones!
57 minutes | Jul 27, 2018
Wild animal attacks! Time to thin the herd?
Stories of deadly animal attacks on humans are on the rise. Have wildlife conservation laws outlived their usefulness? [19:54] Bruce Hemming is the author of the book, "4 Seconds Until Impact: The Skyrocketing Attacks by Predators on Humans." He thinks it's time to remind wild animals who's boss. He has some choice words for Animal Rights activists, too! Up next, Manny the Movie Guy [42:06] checks in from his Mommy's house in Branson, MO. He reviews Mission Impossible, Teen Titans Go! and Blindspotting. Joining Phil at his home studio, yes it's a temporary solution now that the Port of Los Angeles has begun the process to demolish LA Radio Studio, is Kelly J and Intern Ricky. Kelly brings a stack of stories to the table. How about the latest thing stupid people are trying? It's the "In My Feelings" challenge. Apparently there's a new way to exercise at the gym...if you want to get arrested! Ladies! Want to grow your buttocks to epic proportions? We found a lady who is on a special diet that she believes will crown her the biggest ass on earth. We believe she already is. See what we did there? Plus these stories: A waitress body-slams a man who groped her. Water cups are not for soda. This concept was lost on a McDonald's customer and what followed was a fight for the ages. While at McDonald's, why not get a free bag of fries? We'll tell you how. The now former 2nd oldest woman on earth is happy today. Scientists have figured out how to reverse wrinkles and hair loss! Wait a minute, why wasn't that the headline? A newborn baby qualifies for food for life and a guaranteed job. And finally, Mayonnaise Ice Cream is a thing.
57 minutes | Jul 14, 2018
A Call for Extra Training for Muscle Car Drivers
We love muscle cars at Phil Hulett and Friends. But [29:35] Phil wonders if it's time to start requiring additional driver training for folks who buy cars with 600 to 900+ horsepower under the hood. To get perspective on the muscle car arms race and what it takes to drive a super powerful car, Danny Bullock from The Bob Bondurant School of High-Performance Driving checks in from their track in Chandler, AZ. Phil is pretty sure Danny promised to teach him how to do a reverse 180! Hooo-weee! Next up, If you owe a significant amount of money to the IRS, tax and finance expert Abby Eisenkraft says, "Don't even think about going to the airport." The author of the books, "101 Ways to Stay Off the IRS Radar" and "Combat Tax-Related Identity theft" joins Phil Hulett [9:59] to explain just how good the IRS is at getting the money they want to collect. Plus, how about a grocery store with no price tags? Gal Gadot has a heart of gold and a smelly super hero costume? RIP world's ugliest dog. Loud music is noise pollution. Child Molesters in Prison. Man with no arms stabs tourists. England soccer fan punches police horse. John Lennon in your mail box. The greatest guitar solo of all time! And finally, what has gotten into Costco? They want to do what to their food menu? We vote NO!
57 minutes | Jul 14, 2018
CBD Research Makes Headway with New Medical Treatments
Medical and Biotech research firms are getting a lot closer to bringing Cannabinoid, or CBD remedies into the main stream. CBD's as they are known, may have significant therapeutic and even healing properties and companies are spending a lot of money to bet on that future promise. [18:42] Eric Adams is the CEO of InMed Pharmaceuticals. He joins the friends live to discuss a recent FDA approval and what it means for CBD researchers. How many more "one man against the world" movies can we handle? Manny the Movie Guy reviews [40:28] Skyscraper. How many fart jokes are there left to tell? Manny reviews Hotel Transylvania 3. But the good movies this weekend are harder to find. Let Manny be your guide to 2 movies that receive top ratings from our favorite movie reviewer. It's Friday the 13th. As such, Phil Hulett has a list of some of the strange historic events on this date. It is truly unlucky? Plus there's a Build-a-Bear nightmare update. News about how your social media profile could be hurting your job prospects. Are you enjoying the heat? Scientists say the heat is making you stupid. Gene Simmons of Kiss will neither confirm nor deny whether original band members will go out on tour with the band this summer. Men, neckties are slowly killing you. There's a historic movie studio willing to deliver you to the Icon Hollywood Sign. in style. Southwest airlines are about to stop serving these tasty morsels in-flight. Smashing Pumpkins have been super glued back together and are covering Queen and Led Zeppelin on tour. And finally, the world's most cloned dog.
57 minutes | Jul 9, 2018
Join the Space Force
Where can we sign up to join the United States Space Force? Do we get a helmet and a laser gun? Seriously, this is an important topic that impacts people, places and spaces we can only imagine, so enter our favorite space expert, Rod Pyle [10:44] to sort things out. He took a break from signing autographs on copies of his book, "Amazing Stories of the Space Age," to sort this topic out. Plus he dives into the idea of NASA quitting the space station business, and whether China is getting a leg up on super-massive rockets. Next up, [29:10] our Travel Dude, Gary Warner has a topic for you. He has his favorite destinations for 5 iconic cocktails. This is Gary's "part 2" of his alcohol crawl series. In episode 366, Gary covered beer. Follow along to get contact drunk. Co-Host Heather Jordan joins Phil Hulett with this weeks news. Score one for the wild animal kingdom versus poachers. Millennials may have finally gotten something right. Now they've turned napping into an experiential thing. Really? The police are going to break up my backyard party when I have THIS band playing? Do ya wanna be an Amazon kid? Geoffrey the Giraffe is considering a new job offer. And finally, we now know what caused dozens of people to fall ill at a 4th of July barbecue.
57 minutes | Jul 9, 2018
UFO Sightings on the Decline
Despite the fact that our skies are watched more now than ever, UFO sightings in the United States are on the decline. [20:31] Jan Harzan is the Executive Director of MUFON, The Mutual UFO Network, a non-profit that investigates reports of UFO sightings. He comments on this trend, and he recounts the very personal encounter he had with extra-terrestrial visitors in his back yard when he was a child. Next up, [40:04] Manny the Movie Guy reviews the new Purge movie and the latest offering from the Marvel camp, Ant Man and The WASP. Are we experiencing super hero fatigue with this one? Joining Phil Hulett in the studio to co-host and review the stories of the week is Heather Jordan. In the stack of stories is the big NBA news of LaBron James coming to play for the Los Angeles Lakers. In other sports news, Brazilian soccer star Neymar is a punk. Speaking of rolls, er, roles, there's controversy over Scarlett Johansson playing a trans-gender person in a new movie. Here's a gender-bending question: How in the world was a new father able to breast-feed his baby when mom was out of commission? Plus, a study reveals a lot of us would not give up our seat on the train to a pregnant woman. Happy 233rd birthday to the U.S. Dollar! Elvis Presley did this for the first time on this date many years ago. Happy Birthday to Tenzin Gyatso. Wait. Who? And finally, it's no wonder your little league bullpen stinks!
57 minutes | Jun 30, 2018
The Long Podcast Road Travelled Part 2
After 367 podcast episodes recorded at LA Radio Studio, today is the "Final Broadcast." As such, we invited co-hosts from shows past to visit, and visit they did. In the studio, Gonzo Greg Spillane, Kelly Bennett, Kellie Sue Peters, Stew Herrera, Mike Walters, Dale Lopes, Intern Ricky and of course, Phil Hulett. On the phone, Jay (Call me Jayson) Campadonia, Kelly J, Lisa May, Brooke Peterson, Chris Martin and Katie Elsasseur. Every one of them celebrating LA Radio Studio and our show's long podcast run at this location. Executive Producer, Mike Stark decided this would be the day he would shut down the studio on his terms. Redevelopment of our harbor side shopping district, Ports O'Call in San Pedro, California, is being demolished to make way for a new development called the San Pedro Public Market. Big mistake, but that's another story. Today is a day of celebration. We also did a show! Subscribe to hear both parts! In Part 2, Intern Ricky reveals he was hired by a radio station, of was he? We're so proud of him! Stew Herrera explains why he has a Lemmy Kilmister mustache. Gonzo Greg reports on a guy who brought a blow-up sex doll on a plane and then, uh, well, you know. Delta Airlines recently singled out Pit Bulls and related breeds to ban from all flights. Ed Santos is father to an autistic daughter who's had an Emotional Support Pit Bull since she was a toddler. Santos addresses Delta's policy. Los Angeles Radio favorite, Lisa May checks in to talk about what fun she had co-hosting the show days after she was let go from her 2-decade radio home. Phil asks her why at her new radio job she doesn't get the respect she deserves! Listen to Lisa's gracious answer. She's the best! Next Nancy Randal is the co-owner of a store that buys and sells LEGOs! She checks in to talk about this unique concept and why she and her female business partner are making history. Former PHAF Producer, Brooke Peterson phones in from the east coast to reminisce about the week she joined the show in 2014. She can't wait to get back and co-host the show again. Live from Honolulu, Chris Martin talks about getting wet on the show and becoming more of the man he is today because of his time in the studio. Phil also double-checks Chris' relationship status, just in case you wanted to know! Ultimately this is a show of fun, comedy, great memories, information, and some tears. Thanks for coming along for the ride. Don't miss part 1 - Subscribe!
57 minutes | Jun 30, 2018
The Long Podcast Road Travelled Part 1
After 367 podcast episodes recorded at LA Radio Studio, today is the "Final Broadcast." As such, we invited co-hosts from shows past to visit, and visit they did. In the studio, Gonzo Greg Spillane, Kelly Bennett, Kellie Sue Peters, Stew Herrera, Mike Walters, Dale Lopes, Intern Ricky and of course, Phil Hulett. On the phone, Jay (Call me Jayson) Campadonia, Kelly J, Lisa May, Brooke Peterson, Chris Martin and Katie Elsaesser. Every one of them celebrating LA Radio Studio and our show's long podcast run at this location. Executive Producer, Mike Stark decided this would be the day he would shut down the studio on his terms. Redevelopment of our harbor side shopping district, Ports O'Call in San Pedro, California, is being demolished to make way for a new development called the San Pedro Public Market. Big mistake, but that's another story. Today is a day of celebration. We also did a show! Subscribe to hear both parts! In part 1, Manny the Movie Guy reviews Uncle Drew and Sicario: Day of the Soldado. He issues a surprising review of Uncle Drew. Phil wonders if this basketball movie is right up there with the all-time best. Kelly Bennett has health news. In this case, it's a story of a woman with a worm under her skin, ON HER FACE! Kelly J checks in and explains why she's resisted letting her son play soccer. Jay Campadonia recalls the best story Phil ever told. Katie Elsasseur recounts how being on a podcast helped her comedy career progress. Don't skip part 2! Subscribe!
57 minutes | Jun 22, 2018
Sharks Close Up and Great Taverns
Brian Skerry wrote The Ultimate Book of Sharks. His underwater photography of sharks is exquisite, and we're glad he does it and not us! Yikes! [11:10] Listen to Skerry talk about his close calls, dispel myths about what attracts sharks, and his plea for the conservation of sharks. [29:13] Up next, Travel Dude Gary Warner gives us a short list of the best beer taverns in America. some of these taverns have a storied history. He also differentiates taverns from bars for us. This hour is packed with fun and interesting stories. Skylar Cuarisma tries to explain why a restaurant server ordered a not-so-tasty extra for a dad celebrating Father's Day with his daughters...and noted it on the receipt! It's closing time for the Jerry Springer show. What next for the 74 year old instigative journalist? Burger King backs off of a ridiculously sexist free World Cup burger offer. Unwanted mile-high sexual advancements are on the rise. Guess when they happen? Which states have the most psychopaths? A new study says you are pretty likely to call in sick in order to extend your weekend. 107 year old's birthday wish is organized by the entire city. Hero State Trooper pulls over slowpoke driver in the fast lane. Subsequently, he becomes a social media superstar! The light is lit in Canada for national recreational marijuana. R.I.P. Koko! AMC theaters takes on Movie Pass with a much better deal, or is it? And finally, someone died. Try not to laugh.
57 minutes | Jun 22, 2018
The End is Near for Ports O Call Village and Our Studio
We're operating on borrowed time with the threat of a Marshal arriving on any given day to padlock our studio door to make it possible for a demo teams to raise our classic Cape Code-style, bell-tower-enhanced building with historic radio broadcast studio included. That's right, knock it to the ground to make way for a modern entertainment and shopping district. [20:18] Jayme Wilson is the proprietor of our building as well as Ports O'Call Waterfront Dining, a much beloved restaurant with a deep connection to the community. It, too is braced for a visit from the Marshal. Listen to Phil Hulett interview Wilson about the current status of the restaurant and studio, what the fate of 100+ employees will be, and just how long we have to pack up our equipment and go. Plus, [41:31] Manny the Movie Guy checks in with a review of the new Jurassic World movie. Is it as bad as the ridiculously tired notion that there are people who actually want to allow dinosaurs to thrive alongside tasty humans? Find out how many kisses this installment of the popular franchise receives from Manny. Skylar Cuarisma joins Phil with co-hosting duties. She opens with news that ABC has green-lighted a spin-off of the Rosanne Show WITHOUT Rosanne but WITH all of the other stars. Will the show make any mention of Rosanne or will thing proceed as if she never existed on this planet long enough to learn how to use Twitter...badly? Then there's the lady who too a hot dog to the face. Could Disney already be developing the next Marvel super hero, "The Flying Wiener?" Speaking of mutants, have you measured the NBA's 1st Round 6th pick's wing span? Mo Bamba can almost touch a 10-foot basketball rim standing flat-footed! By the way, basketball players, AND baseball players for that matter, are wimps. Wait until you hear how an MLB closer put out his back! Look out World Cup fans, Moscow is running out of beer! Careful when you do your gardening, the Puss Caterpillar is lurking with a venomous bite! And finally, where on your body does that odd, long hair suddenly appear? And who gets to pluck it for you?
57 minutes | Jun 15, 2018
India Pale Ale and Music from the Womb
Renowned brewer, and author of the book, "Brewing Eclectic IPA," Dick Cantwell checks in [12:43] with a wealth of beer information. He makes the case for Phil Hulett to take another 50 shots at varieties of IPA-style beer. You won't believe some of the ingredients brewers are experimenting with. Imagine a baby in the womb playing music. It can happen with a device invented by our next guest. [30:36] Aura Pon, PhD explains who her invention converts the movements of pre-born babies into electronic music. Phil plays a sample of this music. You will be inspired. Plenty of elbow-bumping in the studio with Mike Walters (Ducks n Pucks podcast), Kellie Sue Peters (performing live at The Other Door in Burbank, CA June 24), and Olivia McLeod (The Brave Ones podcast) joining Phil to co-host the show. The stack of stories includes stuff we learned from Dad. 25 perfect high tech gifts for Dad. Edible six-pack rings will save sea life. Free caps and gowns for grads in need. Kevin Smith lost a bunch of weight....wow. and finally, the overnight theme park pup-tent sex fest.
57 minutes | Jun 15, 2018
What the $275 Billion ATT Time Warner Mega-Merger Means for You
The AT&T Time Warner mega-merger just passed a big legal hurdle and will more than likely become reality soon. What will it mean for you? Fewer choices and higher prices? Mergers and Acquisitions expert, Brad Whitlock explains why maybe this time the Fed should leave "Ma Bell" alone. Up next, Manny the Movie Guy assigns a rare, 4 out of 4 kisses for one of this weekend's new movies. Which one does Manny "love, love, love?" Is it Incredibles 2, Tag or Superfly? It's a packed studio of co-hosts today. Joining Phil Hulett are the host of the Ducks n Pucks podcast, Mike Walters, Rock n Roll singer, Kellie Sue Peters, and the host of The Brave Ones podcast, Olivia McLeod. check out this stack of stories: Would you wear a wedding dress made out of THIS? What's with the stupid wardrobe choices in the Jurassic Park series of movies? Phil wonders if Hollywood just can't shake outdated gender roles. We know a talented clarinet player who found out the hard way that his girlfriend is a self-absorbed, conniving idiot. Here's another reason you never need to leave your house. Now Alexa can be your fitness buddy. While you are watching your weight, how about lo-cal alcoholic popsicles? One young woman may have had one alco-push-pop too many after getting her head caught in one of these. Meet the record-breaking donut boy. A pizza delivery chain goes above the call of duty to make out streets safer, and ever the skeptic, Kellie Sue can't help but smell the corporate greed over the altruism and marinara sauce.
57 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
How Does Manscaping Work?
Phil Hulett wants to know how manscaping works. You know, is there a technician who gets "in there" and removes all of that hair from your most intimate of places? And what if, well, you know. Kelly wants to know why men are doing this anyway? Tech Expert Steve Greenberg checks in with great new tech gifts fro grads and dads. How about a tech idea to make grilling easier? Steve's got one. Travel Dude Gary Warner offers up a handful of destinations to celebrate the 4th of July without getting crushed by the crowds. Gonzo Greg Spillane and Kelly J join Phil Hulett in the studio for co-hosting duties. Burger King launches a new secret weapon into the fast food wars. Not to be outdone, KFC issues a vegan response. Then there's the guy who barely survived one of the worst rattlesnake bites ever. We have a hot felon update for you. Who's more likely to miss work, moderate drinkers or teetotalers? Parents, listen up. Now you can skip the middle child and have a robot draw on your walls! All heck breaks loose when it is reveal the Miss America Pageant will not include a bathing suit competition! God had other plans for a mass baptism. And finally, the obituary for the mother from hell.
57 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
NBA and NHL Champs, RIP Anthony Bourdain
Last night the Washington Capitals won the NHL Championship, tonight the Golden State Warriors (will) win the NBA championship. TV reporter Matt Prichard checks in from Washington DC with commentary, including his speculation on LaBron James' next move. And by the way, You get a free taco! You get a free taco! You get a free taco! Sad news today. Anthony Bourdain died in France of an apparent suicide. The friends recount their favorite Bourdain moments and contemplate what pushes somebody to take their own life. On a lighter note, today is Best Friends Day. Between Phil Hulett, Gonzo Greg Spillane, Kelly J and Intern Ricky, guess who doesn't have a best friend. Manny the Movie Guy checks in to not only review Ocean's 8, Hotel Artemis and Hereditary, he has a point of view on fashion. When Phil asks Manny what he thinks about long chest hair cascading over the top of a t-shirt collar, Manny responds resoundingly. We have more stories! Careful when selling your photos to stock photography outfits. You never know where your face is going to end up. Kelly reaches a conclusion about humankind and self-driving cars. Plus, how to spot a narcissist across the room. And finally, the couple who stole a TV from a pawn shop and then pawned it AT THE SAME PAWN SHOP!
57 minutes | Jun 1, 2018
Adult Inoculations and Voodoo Doughnuts
It's time for your Inoculations! Dr. Michael Z. Kurtz makes a house call to make sure we grown ups know which inoculations we're supposed to get. Phil Hulett thought he was covered for life when he got shots as a kid. But no! Not only are there new inoculations kids, there are several for adults. Further, there are shots you need for travel, and shots you need if there's a new baby coming to the family. This is "need to know" stuff. Sports Fans Caught on Video Next up, Fox Sports Broadcaster, Kent French talks about his search for interesting, passionate sports fans in the parking lots of ballparks and arenas for his new social media video series, Frenchy's Friends. Voodoo Doughnuts And National Doughnut Day would not be complete without a call from Cat Daddy! Who is Cat Daddy, you ask? He's the co-founder of Voodoo Doughnut where the tasty treat is taken to, as the kids say, a whole nother level. Included in this conversation is the real reason why we should not call doughnuts "donuts." More Stuff! Phil Hulett brought a stack of extra stories with him. How about a Rotondo update? Tax social media use? If totalitarians can do it, why not Washington DC? Phil explains what a screamer is and how J.R. Smith of the Cleveland Cavaliers has probably lost his voice from screaming. A new study proves why people with these are smarter than everyone else. There's a new medical glove that eradicates bacteria. Who's gonna play the Penguin in the next Batman movie? The world's longest non-stop flight takes off in July. Thanks to Rosanne, suddenly we like Pharmaceutical companies. And finally, ban-happy bureaucrats in the UK think Tony the Tiger is to blame for childhood obesity. Maybe comfy chairs are more dangerous?
57 minutes | Jun 1, 2018
Suborbital Space Tourism and Manny's Mom
Buy a Ticket for a Suborbital Tour Space expert and author Rod Pyle joins us to talk about big news in the Suborbital Space Travel business. A lot of people have ponied up a $250 million to experience a few minutes of weightlessness and this week's test flight brought that reality miles closer to the edge of Earth's atmosphere. Plus Jeff Bezos has a very different future vision for Earth than does Elon Musk. Live from the Philippines its...Manny's Mom! Manny the Movie Guy checks in from the Philippines where he reviews this weekend's movies. But, more important than that, Manny's Mom, Tasing, comes to the phone to speak with Phil Hulett. Cool! Can you guess what she's having for breakfast? MMMMM Dough Nuts! Hulett and PHAF Executive Producer, Mike Stark review this weeks news. Included in today's list of stories is all of the doughnut shops, grocery stores and even burger joints offering doughnut, or is it donut-related discounts and freebies. Plus who's older, actor Morgan Freeman or Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood? 38 years ago today, Fake News was born. Are you that person who sets all of your clocks forward ten minutes so you're not late to stuff? Now we know why you're late to stuff! And finally, never mind your retina or your fingerprint, artificial intelligence can see you coming from a mile away!
57 minutes | May 25, 2018
10 Cool 2018 Cars Under $20K
Cars Under $20k In a surprising development, Kelly Blue Book Executive Editor, Michael Harley [10:45] reveals there are cars under $20k that would would actually want to drive. Furthermore, these cares are cool and full of technology and style. In addition to this, Harley offers tips on how to negotiate at the car dealership. Can he come with us next time? Solo Review While Phil Hulett has some brushing up to do on his Star Wars knowledge, Manny the Movie Guy is on the case. [32:14] He reviews the new movie, "Solo." Also, what about the pan-sexual tension between Han Solo and Lando Calrissian? Crazy Stuff Gonzo Greg Spillane and Stew Herrera join Phil on the show today as co-hosts with lots of stories and commentary. Most noteworthy, Muscles on opioids. Then there's the least appetizing food terms. McDonald's does away with plastic straws. Everything causes cancer! What's the deal with people getting upset about everything? Furthermore, why are people upset with the depiction of Queen's Freddie Mercury in an upcoming documentary? Oreo's come in new, unnecessary flavors. How about dipping them in insect milk? That sounds yummy! Uber's self-driving cars are done mowing down pedestrians in Arizona. Now they're off to terrorize other cities. Amazon goes after serial returners. And finally, Men navigate more efficiently than women. It's science!
57 minutes | May 25, 2018
Protecting Your Child's Identity and Go Knights Go
Identity theft continues to be a big problem and now folks are starting to realize the bad guys may be targeting our children. Enter Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist, tech analyst Expert in Personal Finance and Wealth Building Techniques, author of the books, “Yes You Can!” and “Bushido Business,” host of the Unlock Your Wealth radio show, Heather Wagenhals. [20:53] She explains the risk and what everyone should do to not only protect their family from identity theft, but what to do after their info has been breached and how to find out now if your child has been victimized. Hockey fans! The Stanley Cup Final starts May 28 between the Vegas Golden Knights and the Washington Capitals. Both teams are in the final for the first time and one of them, the Golden Knights are a first-year expansion team. Lots of interest in this playoff series. For expert insight, we turn to award winning sports journalist, Golden Knights Beat Writer, Steve Carp. [45:08] The Las Vegas Review-Journal stalwart analyses the match-up with a historical perspective even a part-time hockey fan can appreciate. By the way, at the beginning of the season a bet on Vegas to win the Stanley Cup brought 500-to-1 odds. There's a guy who stands to win $2 Million. Speaking of Las Vegas, Gonzo Greg Spillane visits from his hovel in the desert to join fellow co-host Stew Herrera and Phil Hulett on today's show. Get a load of these items: Did somebody mention betting and good luck? How about a guy who won the lottery...4 TIMES?! Yeah, we hate him, too. What in the heck is GDPR and why should you care? We've confirmed Alexa is indeed a spy. Rotondo is now a verb. Hooray for 1980's metal and rock stars urinating on stuff. A cat riding on a mini-van at 60 mph is a viral sensation. And finally, who knew having sex in a church was against the law? Apparently this couple did not.
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