by Tom Leykis
This one has a longer lead in, so if you would rather skip it, jump to 4:15.
Tom Leykis reads “an open letter to my wife” on the air from a man who’s wife misrepresented herself before the wedding. As soon as the marriage contract was signed, she began withholding her affection as early as their honeymoon.
Tom Leykis and The Deceptive Andrea
Tom Leykis does his very best to remain an impartial observer when caller “Andrea” tells of her pregnancy as a result of an anonymous triste with a nameless black stranger in the parking garage of a hotel when she was out drunk one night. It gets interesting when she reveals her intent
How to Treat Women
Tom Leykis offers a solution to the epidemic of western women who pass over men who treat them well in favor of “jerks” who mistreat them. “Give her what she wants! Give her what she prefers. Give her what she thinks she deserves: to be treated like CRAP. … and she will LOVE
The 3 Million Dollar Bitch
An education for men on why man must never sign a marriage contract under any circumstances. Exhibit A is backed up by female testimony and illustrates that is completely futile (and totally unnecessary) to provide anything to the modern female in hopes to earn her affection and devotion. She even
High Maintenance Women
Radio Personality Tom Leykis discusses “high-maintenance” women who believe their time is more valuable than yours. Using an example where a man wants to go to Las Vegas and asks a woman to join him, she expects to be paid over and above being his guest – as if he should pay for
Tom Leykis speaks with an attorney about the outrageous anti-male legal system which places non-fathers in prison for not paying child support for children that everyone (including the Judge) knows are not his. It’s anybody’s guess how Paternity Fraud can be legal in all 50 states and
Everything She Wants
You can hear Michael Jackson for 40 years and never know “Billie Jean” was about paternity fraud, and sometimes you never listen to the lyrics at all. WHAM! was a cultural phenomenon in the 80s too – featuring the voice of George Michael. Many #1s from back then had a similar
"I used to think the worst thing in life was to be alone. It's not. The worst thing in life is end up with people who make you feel alone."
- Robin Williams