What a discovery in science! Tiny robots made of DNA enter your blood stream and destroy cancer cells. Sounds like science fiction but it’s been tried and it works…and a nanobot could be navigating through your body some day looking for baddies. But then again, robots could be primed to take over America’s dirty jobs. Manny the Movie Guy reviews Insurgent. What is “Stuffocation” anyway? Good news for folks who were not allowed to drive Tesla’s. Google’s new luxury watch partner. Which baseball stadium has the best hot dog? Fill out your bracket now! The top 10 best lines from the worst movies. Urine-repelling paint and pees back! The church of the not-so-compassionate sprinkler head. Should voting be mandatory? Man Madonna is getting old…she can’t even beat a TV show on the music charts. And finally, all the doctors who told a lady to stop drinking her favorite drink three times a day have long died…she’s still drinking it and attributed her advanced age to that drink.
It’s an episode packed with goodness. Today Americans get their drink on in honor of a guy who died 1,583 years ago on either March 8th or 9th. Listen to find out why we celebrate on the 17th. Plus you hear from a Doctor who says go ahead and eat all the butter and fried chicken skin you want because animal fat is good for you. If you haven’t filled out your NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket, we have expert advice for you. Our travel guy wonders what’s next for Down Town Las Vegas? If you are constantly distracted does it mean you are a creative genius? A psychology researcher has the answer. Plus, never mind Pacman vs Money, get ready for the “Quake in Salt Lake” when Evander Holyfield steps back into the ring to fight a guy who never gives up. Plus, the Karate Kid is HOW old? Skinny models may be banned in another country. Starbucks wants its baristas to have a conversation with you that will probably not end well. Microsoft is saying buh-bye to its (in)famous browser. What real Mexicans say about fake Mexican fast food. By the way, can you name America’s favorite fast food chain? Learn how to open a beer bottle with a sheet of paper. Can you spell Jagermeister? Jot that down, most people cannot. And finally, please do not do THIS with your chop sticks.
After all the outrage over powdered alcohol, Palcohol has been approved by the Feds and will hit stores soon for kids to put in their juice boxes. At least that’s the fear among parents, educators and doctors. Plus today we reveal the timing for Lisa May to “tell all” about her departure from Los Angeles radio station KROQ. And a guy who ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks explains how you can do that too. Our tech guy gives us a virtual tour of Mt. Everest and he says he’s not into the Apple Watch but he loves the new Mac Book. Manny the Movie Guy talks about Cinderella’s particular set of skills for he battle with Liam Neeson for box office primacy. Ms. California United States Sande Charles popped in from Arizona to describe Will Ferrell’s quest to play ever baseball position at training camp. Erin Myers is afraid of the new “Hello Barbie” and you should be too. Something else to be afraid of – the Poopetrator. Chris Martin asks the question, who would win in a fight, Laila Ali or Rhonda Rousey? Finally Phil Hulett wants to know if it’s sexist to hold doors open for women or to pay for dates?
Listen to this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends to hear what Lisa May is willing to say about her sudden departure from Los Angeles radio station KROQ. Needless to say, she’s a talent and fit right in with “the Friends” and contributed stories like: Music for Cats, things that shorten your life, who’s more narcissistic – men or women?, what the TSA found in a lady’s luggage and the idiot girls from California who did THIS at the Colosseum in Rome. Our regular friends, Erin Myers and Chris Martin filled up the line-up with facial tats in a “breastaurant”, men of Instagram, toxic donuts, sexist washing instructions, and the nurse who fakes it. Phil Hulett interviewed today’s guests including a taxi driver who hates Uber (and immigrant taxi drivers for that matter), an Inn-Keeper who is giving away the Inn with an essay contest, a AAA lady in South Dakota who isn’t thrilled about a proposal to hike the speed limit to 80 mph, and our travel guy picks the best spots home and abroad to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.