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THE DEATH OF ANCHORMAN CHRIS BURROUS Tom says what no one has the guts to say about the death of KTLA Morning News weekend anchor Chris Burrous. WARNING: contains blunt and frank honesty. A great example of why you pay to hear this podcast.
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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. No paid commercials from The New Normal LLC can be heard here.
"WHY I HATE THE HOMELESS" 2018 you thought you'd heard the last of it. But NO! A brand new chapter in the saga is here! Leykis listeners bare their souls about peace and joy and love for their fellow man this holiday season. Warm up the eggnog, light up the tree and strap yourself in as our listeners tell you "Why I Hate The Homeless"!
UPDATE: calls continued to come in and so we added them towards the end in a revised episode! If you've already heard it, enjoy listening again!
LEYKIS 101 an exchange between Your Professor and a woman on Facebook named Nathaly (see it here by searching the page for Nathaly) over a previous episode explodes into this Leykis 101 classroom discussion. Who is responsible for chicks getting knocked up by losers, deadbeats, addicts and abusers? Your Professor has the balls to give you the politically incorrect truth!
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MONEY didn't the guys at the Robinhood app announce checking and savings accounts with a 3% yield? Whatever happened to that? Also, Tom answers your email about whether lower-priced stocks are a better buy than higher-priced stocks, penny stocks, and whether it's a good idea to use the stock market to get rich quick.
Here is one of the articles Tom used to prepare for this episode: Robinhood lacked proper insurance so will change checking & savings feature.
Here's where to get those juicy money market yields Tom talks about: https://investor.vanguard.com/home/.
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LEYKIS 101 hear about the woman who wrote an advice column for help: she "forced" a guy to get married...and now she's so unhappy with the way things turned out! Also, email from one listener who celebrates because men invented everything and another man who's feeling badly he's afraid that he's not doing things he's "supposed to be doing" or "what society expects" of him.
Here's the advice column Tom refers to in this episode: Husband obsessed with making money leaves her.
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MONEY young adult gals don't know what to do when their trade school (called a "college") suddenly goes out of business. Also, Tom answers your email including questions about money market funds, saving for a down payment on a house, and whether to insist on a written agreement when interviewing for a job.
Here is the article to which Tom refers on this episode: Students stunned after major for-profit college chain closes: 'They're taking our dreams away'
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WHAT WILL ULTIMATELY HAPPEN TO DONALD TRUMP? If you don't like Tom's political opinions or you don't like hearing him talk about politics, be sure to skip this episode of the podcast in which Tom tells you what's in for Donald Trump. He knows.
Here's the article Tom refers to in this episode: Here's everyone who has been charged and convicted in Mueller's Russia probe so far.
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WHY BAN ONE CHRISTMAS SONG AND NOT ANOTHER? a radio station in Cleveland says it has banned the holiday favorite song, Baby, It's Cold Outside because, it says, it has received complaints about the song in light of the so-called #MeToo movement. But is that the only potentially "offensive" Christmas song? Listen and decide for yourself!
Here is an article Tom used to prepare for this episode: 'Baby It's Cold Outside' pulled from Cleveland radio station amid #MeToo movement.
Baby, It's Cold Outside first appeared in the 1949 MGM film Neptune's Daughter where it was performed by two couples, one played by Esther Williams and Ricardo Montalbán, and the other played by Betty Garrett and, of all people, comedian Red Skelton, and in their version, the roles of the predator and the pressured are reversed! This song won the Academy Award for Best Song in 1949. Take a look at the original movie clip and pay attention to the lyrics as well.
On the other hand, Santa Baby was originally recorded by Eartha Kitt with Henri René and his orchestra in July 1953. Take a listen to the song and its lyrics here. If Baby, It's Cold Outside should be banned from being played on radio, shouldn't Santa Baby also be banned?
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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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