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"IT'S LIKE SAYING YOU'RE NOT GOOD ENOUGH!" gals who work at KMart are angry because its parent company, Sears Holdings, Inc., is going broke and laying people like them off "leaving us with nothing". What do Sears and Kmart actually owe soon-to-be-former employees?
Here is the article that Tom used to prepare for this episode: Laid-off Sears workers left with nothing – and they say wealthy bosses are to blame.
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A SIMPLE SOLUTION FOR DEALING WITH THE #MeToo MOVEMENT some people think that doofus Mike Pence came up with this solution. But Your Professor has been telling you this has been coming for 20 years now!
Here's the piece Tom used to prepare for this show: Wall Street Rule for the #MeToo Era: Avoid Women at All Cost.
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MONEY for the first time, just for our subscribers, Tom reveals the names of many of the specific stocks that are paying him all those delicious dividends. Do you want to know which stocks will allow Tom to clear over $220,000 in dividends in 2018? Only our subscribers will know these names!
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LEYKIS 101 a down-on-his-luck actor spends seven years donating to sperm banks. Later, he finds out he's the biological father of over 20 kids. And he's happy about that? Also, what do you do with chicks you meet in pairs or in packs? Your Professor spells it out.
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POOR POOR BRENDA 29-years-old, living in a cheap, filthy San Fernando Valley motel room with her four kids who can't get to school because Brenda can't get them a ride. Do you feel sorry for her and her kids? Decide for yourself!
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15,000 OUT AT GM but didn't they tell us that tax cuts were going to "bring back manufacturing jobs" and "grow the economy"?
Here are the articles Tom used to prepare for this episode: GM’s Plan to Cut Jobs and Plants Draws Fire from the Wall Street Journal and General Motors News From Ohio, Michigan Could Hurt Trump 2020 Bid from Rollcall.
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MONEY what is "shorting" stocks or "shorting" the stock market? Can you do that? SHOULD YOU do that? How do you ask for a raise? How do you know how much to ask for? Tom answers your emailed questions about that and more!
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TOM'S INFAMOUS, DISASTROUS FIRST "ORPHAN THANKSGIVING" let Tom take you back in time to when he was 23, to when his dad stopped talking to him and to when he came up with the idea of a holiday dinner without the hassles of an actual family. It did not end well.
<-----This is where it happened: in a rent-controlled building on the second floor of 216 West 89th Street, at the corner of Broadway, on New York's Upper West Side.
This looks exactly like the ancient apartment-style gas stove in which Tom made the turkey and into which everyone at his first Orphan Thanksgiving started to stick their grubby hands. ---------------------------------------->
LEYKIS 101 do you have any idea who you're boning? You may think you do, but now, hear the story of a chick who faked her way through dozens of guys, getting them to pay up in various ways, according to her own daughter! Also, DNA horror stories!
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WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED? How did an amazing sellout evening with 40 of Tom's biggest fans turn into this? One thing's for sure: if we ever do another dinner, you'll want to be there to see what happens next!
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