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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.


LOYALTY what good is loyalty, especially if it's not mutual? It usually isn't. Here's what to do about that.

Agree or disagree? Let Tom know: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


COME INSIDE THE JANUARY 6TH INSURRECTION with citizen photojournalist Brendan Gutenschwager, whose videos of the Kyle Rittenhouse shooting in Kenosha, the incidents at the Michigan Capitol, and the January 6th Insurrection are turning journalism on its ear!

Many of the videos like this of the January 6th Insurrection were not shot by the networks. They were shot by citizen photojournalist Brendan Gutenschwager.

Brendan Gutenschwager bio.

Brendan Gutenschwager's Twitter.

Brendan Gutenschwager's YouTube channel.

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


DIGITAL VS. ANALOG: WHAT HAVE WE LOST? Things are different now: movies, music, and television, are all digital, streaming, on-demand experiences with no physical properties such as album covers or lyric sheets, videotapes or records. Should we care?

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


HER PROBLEMS ARE NOT YOUR PROBLEMS Many men who are getting fucked and sucked by a woman end up feeling obligated to help her with her various problems: financial, family, mental illness, PMS, other men's children, and more. Your Professor has some advice for you.

Leykis 101 question? Send it to Tom: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


HOW WILL MAJOR LEAGUE ATHLETES REACT TO GEORGIA'S VOTER SUPPRESSION LAW? Georgia's governor Brian Kemp just signed a racist voter suppression bill into law. Will major league athletes boycott the state of Georgia or the MLB All-Star Game, scheduled for Atlanta this summer? Sports manager Eric Mitchell has been talking to major league players and he tells Tom what he's hearing.

Vin Scully, who loves to talk about his relationship with Jackie Robinson, saying that, because of Colin Kaepernick's NFL protest, will "never watch the NFL again".

If you want to join the Georgia boycotts, here's a handy list of companies NOT to do business with.

Agree or disagree? Tell Tom NOW: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


LILY IS ALL UPSET AT YOU! Actress Milana Vayntrub, who stars in AT&T TV commercials as "Lily Adams", is clapping back against men who ogle her on the internet. Is she right?

Milana Vayntrub as "Lily Adams" in an AT&T TV commercial

AT&T actress Milana Vayntrub responds to online body shaming: 'You've lost the privilege of looking at it'

Click here to see Milana Vayntrub when she spoke live on Twitter to followers.

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


SHOULD THE TWITTER MOB BE ABLE TO DECIDE WHAT TV SHOWS GET MADE? Tom spent the better part of a day arguing with the Twitter Lynch Mob, many of whom wanted the head of TV producer Chuck Lorre. Seems the Twits are trying to get Lorre's new show, The United States of Al  canceled before it airs a single episode. Are they right?

The official trailer for Chuck Lorre's new CBS-TV sitcom The United States of Al

Click here for the original Twitter thread if you want to read it or join in the fun

Should this and other TV shows be prevented from airing simply on the basis of a promotional preview? Write Tom now: tom@blowmeuptom.com.