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THERE IS ONE THING TOM HAS BEEN CONSISTENT ABOUT Find out what it is!
HIRING STUPID PEOPLE Are there any reasons you might want to do that?
A REDDITOR WANTS TO KNOW IF HE'S AN ASSHOLE for refusing to give up his airline window seat to a crying child. Find out what Tom would do!
BEING TAKEN TO HR FOR NOT BENDING TO THE DEMANDS OF AN OFFICE ATTENTION WHORE What if you showed up at the office and just did your job? Many gals would hate that!
WHAT DOES 168 MEAN TO ME? A lot, it turns out!
TOM INTERVIEWS DAVID CROSBY IN 1991 The rock legend died recently. Here he is in studio with Tom 32 years ago!
TOM BRADY: WHAT NOW? At 45, Tom Brady doesn't look like the NFL player he used to be. Should he finally retire for real? And, is it our business?
IT'S 2023! HOW'S YOUR MONEY? Tom's is doing great. This will be a crazy year. Are you ready?
EPISODE NO. 500 Tom has some thoughts on the New Year.
CHRISTMAS IN THE BRONX/JEAN SHEPHERD'S RADIO VERSION OF A CHRISTMAS STORY
Here it is: Tom's annual Christmas gift to all the P1s! In the first two hours, Tom tells about his lifelong relationship with the Christmas holiday. Then, Tom introduces you to his broadcasting idol growing up, Jean Shepherd, creator of the characters in the classic holiday film A Christmas Story.
You've probably seen A Christmas Story, but did you know that it began as a story told on the radio when Tom was a kid? Hear the story of Ralphie, his brother Randy, and the Red Ryder BB gun as it was originally told by one of America's all-time great storytellers...and Tom's biggest influence in his style of storytelling. An exact, unedited recording of the original aircheck from WOR/New York just as Tom heard it under the covers on the night of Christmas Eve! We recommend listening late at night, under your tree or under the covers, for the full effect.
NOTE: Super Premium subscribers will hear the original WOR commercials from the late 60s for the sake of authenticity on the Jean Shepherd segment.
WHAT TO DO ABOUT CHRISTMAS Even though he's always been an atheist, when he was a kid, Tom loved Christmas so much. It took him years of reflection to figure out why he loved it, and why it's different for him now.