Episode 322 Part 2 – CrossFit and Craft Beer

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Any way you slice it, we are RIPPED! Russ Greene, a spokesman for CrossFit explains how a district court ruling further legitimizes the massive extreme workout company. The co-founder of events production company, Brew Ha Ha talks about the music a craft beer festival, BeerX as well as a music and something else festival, High & Mighty. Strategic Problem Solver, …

Episode 321 Part 1 – Inevitable Tech Consequences

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The co-founder of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly, talks about his new book, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future, and after hearing him speak, it’s clear…we are pretty much doomed. Manny the Movie Guy makes his weekly visit and answers the question, Is “The Mummy” the beginning of the end for Tom Cruise? Plus, what …

Episode 307 – Yum that is Tasty

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Incongruity is a good way to describe today’s show. Let’s start with the second hour which features an expert on cannibalism, a doctor describing attitudes toward heart health, and the director of the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council talking about a new app that promises meat-buying made easy. Now that we’ve established a flow, Hour one includes a parenting …

Episode 306 – Will We Ever Be Color Blind?

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Phil Hulett, Brooke Peterson and author Lupita Samuels have a frank discussion about race, color and self-worth, including the surprising perceptions of skin color by children. Plus Manny the Movie Guy has bad news for weekend moviegoers. Gary Warner offers Spring Training travel ideas for baseball fans. Dr. Don McDonald says to stop your people pleasing. The host of The …