November is here…the month when a little facial hair can go a long way to raising awareness about and money to cure prostate and testicular cancers. Doug Prusoff from “Movember” explains what men AND WOMEN can do to grow this effort. Implicit in the Movember mission is a strong bond with ice hockey, and Phil Hulett discusses the Movember kick off which occurred during an Anaheim Ducks Game. Also in this hour, travel dude, Gary Warner explains why November and December are the best months of the year to visit Hawaii. And these stories: The dangers of dog spit. Outgoing Twitter employee pots a parting shot by temporarily shutting down Trump. iPhone X review. iPhone Photos app likes your boobs. Well-intentioned Mom ties son to mini-van roof and goes for a spin. Facebook is not as inclusive as one would think. Distraught Dodgers fan goes off on Puig. Post Office loses remains of postal worker. And finally, the latest musical instrument might sound OK, just never run while holding it.
Puerto Rico gives us mainlanders a glimpse into what can happen if an earthquake, hurricane, cyber or nuclear attack took out our power grid. Former Lead Independent Networks Researcher with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and author of the book, “How to Thrive in an Uncertain World,” Dr. Robin Burk talks about the cascading effect on your daily life and just how bad it can be. She also offers advice on how to do little things to prepare for the worst. Plus, Manny the Movie Guy reviews Thor: Ragnarok. And these stories: We hate changing our clocks twice a year. Worst treats given on Halloween. Dentists want you to eat a lot of candy. National Sandwich day…what’s your favorite? Controversy over the hamburger emoji. Arby’s Deer and Elk sandwiches are on the menu. Second thoughts about breast tattoos. Vaginal Fluid Perfume. And finally, Pope Francis on sleeping during church service.
Dr. Lydia Kang is the co-author of “Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything.” You will be amazed to hear just some of the “remedies” we now know are either worthless or dangerous. Plus, the medical reason (read: excuse) for the invention of the vibrator!
Next, another co-author and another book. This one is called “Atlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders.” Dylan Thuras gives us a glimpse into this book filled with stuff you’ve never heard of, including tree lobsters!
Plus, Phil and the friends, Sylar Cuarisma and Mike Walters bring you these stories: The 11 people KFC follows on Twitter. The Piano Man increases his progeny giving hope to old guys everywhere. Radio host asks for a pay cut. Elderly husband takes a walk to look for a suitable kidney for his wife. Crocodile Hunter’s family amps up the TV show tradition he established. Order a home via Amazon. Order a burrito delivered by Google drone. Facial recognition works on your pets. Most sick days you aren’t truly sick. Guy get settlement for jail time after police mistook Kryspy Kreme donut glaze for crystal meth. Exercise can kill white guys but not black guys, say suddenly racist scientists. And finally, beware of aggressive turkeys.
Susie Selby, owner and operator of Selby Winery of Healdsburg, CA recounts the chaos and heroism during the deadly wildfires that ripped through Napa and Sonoma County wine country. Hear what happened when she decided not to evacuate. She also offers some vintner’s wisdom on this unusual vintage of wine.
Next up, Manny the Movie Guy reviews 6 movies, including a serious drama he recommends you do not watch, unless you prefer a main character whose name is an obvious reference to sphincter.
Skylar Cuarisma and Mike Walters join Phil Hulett as Co-Hosts and these stories are offered up for your consideration: Thong Jeans. Southwest successfully completes un-manned flight. The Top 5 Halloween Costumes will have you scratching your head. Snickers new flavors for every mood. Burger King pranks it’s customers. Playboy Magazine’s first transgender playmate. It’s time to play “Who’s Older?” Could Pole Dancing be coming to the Olympics? Man steals $1,2 Million Worth of Fajitas. Plant on Zep reunion. Iron Maiden Beer back story. Biking the Johnny Cash Trail. Finally, Courtney Love warned Hollywood about Harvey Weinstein 12 years ago and was banned for it.