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LUMBER AND HOMEBUILDING AND MORE As the economy begins to reopen, there are plenty of opportunities to make real money, no matter what your income or appetite for risk happens to be. Tom tells you what he's been doing to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime situation.

Money questions for a future episode? Write Tom: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

PREGNANCY: A LIFESTYLE CHOICE A man who admitted he refused to give up his bus seat to a pregnant woman has been slammed online, after trying to justify his behavior. But was he right?

Man refuses to give up bus seat for pregnant woman, says pregnancy 'her choice'

Original Reddit post on this story

Where do you stand? Make your voice heard: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

WILL BANNING MENTHOL CIGARETTES CHANGE ANYTHING? The Food & Drug Administration, at the urging of President Biden, is proposing a ban on menthol-flavored cigarettes, and all flavored cigars within the next year.Tom wonders what difference this will make?

What do you think? Tell Tom now: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

WAYS TOM HAS CHANGED What do you get after a major health scare in 2018, followed not much later by a once-in-a-century pandemic lockdown? Tom gave it some thought. Here, he tells you about his changes.

What's your take? Write Tom and tell him: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

72 BLACK BUSINESS EXECUTIVES TAKE A STAND ON VOTER SUPPRESSION In a recent 2-page ad in The New York Times, 72 Black executives of major corporations put their signatures stating their clear, point blank opposition to voter suppression laws being passed in states such as Georgia.

Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, senior Associate Dean for Leadership studies an Lester Crown Professor of Leadership Practice for the Yale School of Management tells Tom what it's all about.

72 Black business executives of major American corporations signed onto this ad in The New York Times opposing laws curtailing voting rights and suppressing Black voter participation.

72 Black executives sign letter urging corporate America to stand against voter suppression

Black Executives Call on Corporations to Fight Restrictive Voting Laws

The C.E.O.s Who Didn’t Sign a Big Defense of Voting Rights

What we learned from the first major FEC deadline after the insurrection

The GOP-Big Business Divorce Goes Deeper Than You Think

What do you think? Write Tom: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

ADMITTED DRUG AND FOOD ADDICT PICKS ON LOS ANGELES SMALL BUSINESS When she can't burp out another hit record, whining attention whore and "fluidly sexual" druggie Demi Lovato turns her attention to doing what she can to ruin a Los Angeles frozen yogurt shop already reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic. Tom, tackling his own food issues, weighs in.<--break->

A Timeline of the Demi Lovato and Bigg Chill Frozen Yogurt Controversy

Demi Lovato's Instagram rant

Feeling the chill, Demi Lovato apologizes for blasting an L.A. frozen-yogurt shop

The Bigg Chill website: show your support!

Where do you stand? Tell Tom: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

WHAT HAPPENS ONCE TOM GETS HIS COVID SHOTS? The time is finally drawing near. Soon, Tom will be fully vaccinated. And, believe it or not, he has mixed feelings about it!

Have you gotten your COVID vaccine? Tell Tom how you feel: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

DO YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW IF TOM IS YOUR FATHER? Tom says, emphatically, "NO!" Ancestry.com has been sold to private equity group Blackstone. Who knows what they'll do with all that genetic information? One thing's for sure: don't knock on Tom's door!

It all started with this tweet.

Why spend billions for Ancestry’s DNA data if you don’t plan to use it?

Your thoughts? Write Tom: tom@blowmeuptom.com. Unless you think Tom is your dad.

 

HEALTH EQUALS MONEY! When Tom began his health journey due to the onslaught of COVID-19, he had no idea how many thousands of dollars he would save, living healthier. In this episode, Tom gives you an idea of some of the lifestyle changes he's made and how that translated into THOUSANDS of dollars saved.

Click here to see photos of many of the healthier dishes Tom now enjoys on his Instagram page.

Thoughts? Write Tom now: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

IS THIS SITCOM AS OFFENSIVE AS SOCIAL MEDIA SAYS IT IS? Meet Reza Aslan, creator of the new CBS sitcom United States of Al, responds to social media criticism that the show, produced along with superstar sitcom producer Chuck Lorre, "glorifies war" or "stereotypes Muslims".

Reza Aslan bio.

United States of Al webpage.

What are your thoughts? Tell Tom: tom@blowmeuptom.com.

 

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