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But on this Thursday, in the first seconds of his afternoon program, Leykis sounds so delighted he can scarcely wait for the heavy-metal bumper music to fade.
Praise be, he tells us in a stern, husky voice, for the Washington state Supreme Court, which hours before overturned the conviction of two men who secretly took pictures up women’s skirts in shopping malls.
Yet the fact that so many of his frustrated male callers take him so literally gives the program a uniquely bitter, even mean, tone that makes it both appealing and appalling.
The show has little of the self-deprecating comedic relief of Howard Stern’s equally explicit KLSX morning show, the gold standard of sleaze-talk radio.
“Alcohol is the preferred chemical inducement.”Nor should men waste money on dinner dates, he advises; women will eat and run. If you are roped into dinner, eat a full meal at home and order a salad in the restaurant (“because what woman would eat more than you? Once Leykis’ listeners have scored, “we do not cuddle, we do not spoon, we do not hug, we do not stay late,” Leykis instructs.
“We do not convince women we are in love with them. Unless we do.” He pronounces that last word with grave disbelief.
While I don’t understand the physics, I see the result. But even if it doesn’t help you sleep, the benefits of reading still far outweigh the benefits of television. While some couples have successfully navigated the television schedule and actually go to sleep together ( we never could. but more likely, she liked watching TLC far more than I did. Household electronics continue to use energy and electricity even when powered off. Inherent in each of these reasons above is the reality that removing the television from your bedroom means that you will watch less television.
In the same way Rush Limbaugh demonizes liberals, Leykis lays men’s woes at the feet of “chicks” or “broads” (or, more frequently, another B-word) -- and of men’s failure to control them. 2 of today’s show is devoted to mocking the notion of female independence as a feminist invention (which will draw many angry female callers). When I was 14, I got into radio because when I was in high school, I was a geek. And then I realized if I got better radio gigs in bigger cities, I’d get better chicks, hotter chicks. And the more money I make, the better chicks I get.” (Leykis’ most recent “chick” is a 27-year-old Argentine, recently arrived in the U.We would be wise to choose carefully who/what directs our morning thoughts rather than blindly allowing television producers to do it for us. Children with televisions in their bedrooms score lower on school tests and are more likely to have sleep problems. Probably because there are over a million things more stimulating than a man watching ESPN Sports Center. After all, it sets the stage for the rest of the day. Also, having a television in the bedroom is strongly associated with being overweight and a higher risk for smoking. As a married couple, some of your most important, intimate conversations will take place in your bedroom during the waning hours of the day… One change that seemed small at the time actually had a profound impact on the quality of our lives, marriage, and family. which means you’ll have a better rested, more productive day. This examination leads to learning from our mistakes and growing as humans. Every morning begins with a clean slate and brand new opportunities. This can be most detrimental to our relationships when the unrealistic expectations are applied to our marriage, family, love, romance, and sexuality.
Unfortunately, many people will sacrifice this opportunity for the sake of entertainment. Allowing your television to guide your morning thoughts takes that blank canvas and begins painting. Couples who keep a TV in the bedroom have sex half as often as those who don’t. Spend a few days listening to Tom Leykis, heard in L. Or you may conclude that, in the interest of ratings, we are all getting our chains jerked by a host who laughs at us behind our backs. The show is based on the premise that too many guys have been raised to be wimps in this feminist culture, that women are taking advantage of these men and that women are secretly wishing guys would reassert themselves. Yet no matter how insistent or cranky he gets, the phone lines remained jammed with confessions of weakness and poor judgment:“You are my religion, Professor,” comes the call another day, “but I have to tell you I’m one of those guys who knocked a girl up....”“What kind of birth control were you using? “She said she was on the pill....”“And you believed her. Leykis tries to break this momentum by offering more clinical tips: No coffee dates or lunch dates -- they lead nowhere.