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SERENA WILLIAMS LOSES AGAIN! WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOU? A lot! What can you learn from Serena's recent professional failure after so much success? What should you change about yourself to make sure something like this doesn't happen to you? Listen as Tom fills you in.

Read about the former AOL executive who retired at 52 and then realized what he had done wrong!

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


SURVEY OF "SINGLE" AMERICANS: ARE WE NUTS? Match.com has released their 9th annual Single in America survey of some 50,000 unmarried Americans about their fears, hopes, and problems with dating. Yikes! Your Professor has a lot to say in this extra-long Leykis 101 classroom session.

Here are the results of Match.com's annual Singles in America survey.

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


HOW MUCH ARE AMERICANS SPENDING ON A SINGLE DATE? On average, $226.35 in California. $297.27 in New York State. And an average of $1,596 on dates per year! Hear Your Professor's response as he goes completely ballistic!

Here's the study to which Tom refers in this episode.

What do you think? Your Professor wants to know: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


NOW WE KNOW WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO ANGELS PITCHER TYLER SKAGGS Of course, our listeners pretty much knew the outcome of the Skaggs autopsy in an episode all the way back on July 18, 2019. And remember when a Santa Monica publication was blasted by Texas police and even the Angels themselves? They received so many threats for publishing a column rightly speculating that Skaggs did himself in with drugs, they scrubbed the column from their website! Tom wades right in!

Here's the story from the Los Angeles Times that came out moments after the Skaggs autopsy was released.

What do you think about the death of Tyler Skaggs? Tell Tom now: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


WHAT A FILM! Tom doesn't claim to be a film critic, but he saw an amazing film that blew him away and he was so excited about it, he just had to tell you about it!

Tell Tom what you think: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


POWERFUL MONEY INFORMATION RIGHT WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST the stock market has been a rough go recently, as Tom long ago predicted. Here is the information you need to survive trade wars and stormy seas, including a specific piece of information Tom has never provided before. For Tom, whose total dividends and interest will likely top $300,000 this year regardless of what happens in the market, it's the difference between making or losing money this year. This is exactly the kind of information our followers are paying for!

This is the powerful article to which Tom refers in this episode.

Here is the book that is Tom's bible for understanding all of the Wall Street terms you read and hear.

Got money questions for a future episode? Send them here: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


HOW (AND WHY ) TO DECIDE WHICH FAMILY MEMBERS REALLY MATTER From Daytona Beach, FL, as Tom continues his Florida trip, he's had days on the beach to ruminate about family: the family who love us and the family who take us for granted and guilt trip us. ALSO, hear a special revelation about Tom's own life you've never heard before!

Agree or disagree? Got a family problem or a dilemma? Tell Tom about it: tom@blowmeuptom.com.



THE STOCK MARKET'S BEEN GOING CRAZY...WHAT DO WE DO NOW? Many listeners wrote Tom in a panic. What are you supposed to do when the stock market's going up and down and up again? Here from Daytona Beach, Tom is ready to help you figure out what to do next.

Here is the specific definition of dollar cost averaging that Tom discusses in this episode.

Got money questions? Send them in: tom@blowmeuptom.com.


ARE YOU A SLAVE? To your boss? To a girlfriend? To your wife? To somebody else's kids? Today is the day to declare your emancipation! Listen and let Tom show you how you're enslaved and how to become free! Starting right now!

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


SHOULD WE "INVEST" IN PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S TEAM SPORTS? That's the opinion of professional women's soccer players and some sports columnists. Is the reason we don't care about women's team sports because we're a nation of misogynists? Or, because private companies such as ESPN aren't being politically correct by doing their part to promote women's team sports?

Here is Arash Markazi's column in the Los Angeles Times that sparked this episode.

Here are the actual attendance figures for the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). (Bring your microscope!)

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