Hill-Man Morning Show

Marvel Comics Founder Stan Lee Dies at 95

Stan Lee, the writer, editor and publisher behind iconic superheroes like Spider-Man, Wolverine, Thor, Iron Man and loads of many more, has passed away at the age of 95 years old.

Lee first began Marvel Comics back in 1939. What first started as a small business venture has since become the number 1 comic book publisher and multimedia powerhouse with films, video games, toys, and lots of other merchandise to fans around the world. He started out as a gofer working at Timely Comics before being named interim editor at 19 at Martin Goodman. 

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Greg's Top Takeaways From "Making A Murderer" Season 2


If you're like me and you can't get enough true crime television, then the Netflix series Making A Murderer is like a dream come true. Because it's all real and it's all happening right now. So after bingeing my way through season 2, here are some of my biggest takeaways from the docu-series:

1. Catherine Zellner is brilliant, bewbs and all. Say what you want about her appearance, Zellner is a vicious lawyer and her track record has proven that. Even going so far as to buying the same make and model car as Teresa Hallbach to recreate the crime scene.

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Greg Vs Time: Chapter 2 "The Show Must Go On"

With the possibility of retiring from radio getting closer and closer each day, myself, Mike Hsu and Danielle share our thoughts on what the future lies for the Hill-Man Morning Show.

Will it continue? What changes will they make? Will LB be alive by then? Find answers to all of these questions and more in the second installment of "Greg VS Time."

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Thanks To Red Sox Right-Fielder Mookie Betts, America Won Free Tacos

For the last 11 MLB seasons, Taco Bell has been running a promotion granting America free tacos if a player from either team competing in the World Series steals a base during any of the seven games. Wasting no time, Red Sox right-fielder Mookie Betts has become the hero America needed in Game 1. Now today is the big day.

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I Love People: Parking Nazis

I don't know if you know this, but I love people. I especially love people that get wound up over people that can't park. If you see a douchenozzle turning their attempt at parallel parking into a 47-point turn, then there's no point in allowing yourself to be aggrivated by that.

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I Love People: Gym Nuts

In case you haven't heard by now, I love people. And as someone who played professional hockey back in the day, I love athletes and gym nuts. Even though I'm past all of that, I love how everyday people take care of themselves to be the most shredded versions of themselves that they can.

We even found out that a Crossfit gym in Foxboro borrowed my catchphrase, "Nothing changes if nothing changes."

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GOING DEEPER: With this ring...

To ring, or not to ring, that is the question. A listener asks, "My girlfriend says that when we get married I need to wear a ring but I told her I’m not a ring guy and shouldn’t have to wear it. Do I really need to wear the ring if I’m married?"

Oh boy. We're really starting off on the right foot here, eh folks? So you say she is your "girlfriend," meaning not your fiancee. So you two aren't even engaged yet, and she's already setting up the parameters of your life."

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Greg Hill is up against the clock in 'Greg vs Time'

It's not an easy task to accept the fact that one day, I am going to retire from radio.

With the fate of retirement continuously looming over my head, I took a camera crew to dive deep into the mind of the radio host to explore what fuels my motivation to continuously be on top of my game.

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