View Full Version : Tom Leykis podcasts
03-29-2008, 02:01 AM
For anyone interested go to that site, scroll down and subscribe to the free Tom Leykis podcasts.
You get a ton of his old shows as well as all of the new ones and it is updated regularly.
This guy preaches the same message we do here.
Often we complain about the media brainwashing us with crap like Dr. Phil and Oprah and just feminist garbage in general but you'll get none of that with Tom and all of the good stuff you learn here and more all in an extremely entertaining fashion.
Another benefit of listening to Leykis is he's yet another resource at your disposal to enforce your growing DJ mindset.
03-29-2008, 02:52 AM
Thanks KontrollerX... I have listened to his podcasts and they were very interesting. He preaches what we are all about.
03-29-2008, 03:18 AM
I've been listening to his radio show for years!
I called in once about 4 or 5 years ago and told him what a great service he provides to us men. Then I spoke those timeless words:
Blow me up Tom!
Dude did it too!
03-29-2008, 03:29 AM
I just started listening to him again lately. He has some valid points, but I wouldn't say he's 100 percent with this program. For instance, he's totally against getting married or having any sort of ltr, which surely not everybody here agrees with. To me, while he's basically right, he seems to be a bit too much "the jerk." He's right about responsibility though, and taking care of business.
03-29-2008, 03:36 AM
1. That he does lookyoung.
2. Damn Karma you are one priviledged and lucky SOB. Props getting to talk to the professor himself bro. If I ever called up and got through I'd ask him to take me out pimp style lmao.
3. Good point PrinceBeavis and fortunately from all of my listening to his show that seems to be the only thing he's not with us about. DJ's are not opposed to marriage in general if that is something a brother really wants and he has filtered the woman well to ensure as few red flags as possible before going down this road.
03-29-2008, 08:00 AM
Tom never teaches you the best ways about reclaiming your "manhood".
He talks about achieving your dreams. Which is good. He takes a very holistic approach to getting with women.
The only thing he suggest is not getting married till you're past 25 and to basically treat women like crap.
I've never heard him support relationships or give good advice on what it truly means to be a "man".
I use to listen to him religiously, but not anymore. He spits the same stuffs quite often.
Good stuff, but not enough. I still like him though-to an extent.
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