Cory, I am sorry to disappoint you. Nevertheless: there are no hyperlinks in that PDF either.
As I said, the only "magic" is happening inside Acrobat Reader (which, you'll hopefully agree with me, includes "opening the PDF" for you).
You can see for yourself if you disable that option -- the Preference screen is in my message. Note that it does not make the Reader "disable all hyperlinks" altogether, as correctly made hyperlinks will still work.
Ok guess I retract my earlier statement. That setting is 'enabled' in my Acrobat Reader... I don't recall ever turning it on, so I assumed it was default PDF behavior. So what's your best suggestion for this then, the answer marked "Correct"?
That setting is on by default. Adobe really needs re-thinking that, considering the numerous problems it causes.
The funny thing is, I came across this thread to check if it was possible to add a hyperlink to text in Illustrator. Seems that other than the various manual kludges mentioned here – and I am quite sure they all work* –, there is No Such Option.
* Except the ones that claim that it 'magically' works. They are also fooled by that Reader's default setting.