Phil is in meetings all day, so we’ve cut together another “Best Of” for your enjoyment! Jay Santos kicked off the show by talking to Phil about Citizens Auxiliary Police techniques in apprehending a suspect, including one called the “down low” that involves faking the suspect out with punching the air and pretending to kick him in the balls… Ted Bell talks about a wine tasting event he’s having at Ted’s of Beverly Hills as Rudy Canosa helps out tending bar and giving the tongue-wag to women at the event… Steven Bosell of Corona, CA talked about the incident at the beach that saw a wad of mayo hit his chin and his wife’s rude response. David G. Hall talks to Phil about a new sponsor, Toodle-oo, which is an app that lets people…other people…know where you are. Also the word “gesticulate” is put into Margaret’s filth file. David through it all is making oatmeal for about 15 nephews and nieces… Dr. Ed Elcott closes the podcast this morning, and is joined by Elcott South, Chaffey Burger, who talks about CandlePower, a manifestation of one of the four Elcott Miracles, X-Ray vision. They also talk with Mary of Calcutta, an Elcott devotee running a charity soup kitchen and menswear store there. Gary Renaldo, a beatified Elcott priest now serving penance in Elcar Hell for the misuese of CandlePower, was remembered. Episode 196 from The World of Phil Hendrie podcast.