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The Air Ways Are Getting an Enema!

balls on radio

Sunday March 9th 2014

at 7pm EST

Greetings friends, Tom Nardone here, and I am proud to announce, Justine Ruotolo aka Miss ADD, has invited me to be her co-host on her internet radio talk show. We will be discussing my blog, my book, and anything else we can think of to fill a one and a half hour radio show. I am really excited o do this, but mostly I am excited at the chance to talk with you. I will be taking questions and comments on what I believe will be a very exciting show! (yvonne may stop by)

Further details about where and how to tune in, can be found below. If you have further questions, you may leave them in the comments section of this post. Also, If you are on Facebook and would like to let me know you are coming then you can click here to join iamtomnardone and click going. You do not have to join to listen to the show or call in.

Sunday March 9th at 7pm EST

  • (917) 889-7025 is the number to call in and/or listen to the show.tom-nardone-horse you will be prompted to decide if you would like to talk with us, or if you simply want to just listen on your phone.
  •  if you would like to listen from your computer, click HERE or the link on the upper right hand corner of my page that says Tom is on the air

This show falls squarely on my one year anniversary with tomnardone.net so I would also like to thank you all for your readership. I really do love everyone of you people. I hope to see you Sunday March 9th.

I am Tom Nardone, and you are welcome.

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  • Or you could risk never hearing from me again and go through life without the benefit of my counsel, but what would be the fun in that

Better Than a Date with Ned Hickson

Book Review: “Humor at the Speed of Life” by Ned Hickson

tom on the toiletI am Tom Nardone, and I just spent a week with Ned Hickson. I don’t know what you did last week but it was not as much fun as the time Ned and me had. Let me tell you what a great host he was.

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He’s Not Heavy. He’s My Blogger

He’s Not Heavy. He’s My Blogger

by Yvonne Nardone

me and yvonne

My husband is Tom Nardone. Anyone in a relationship with a blogger might have the same issue as me. He is obsessed with blogging, but I think he is even more obsessed with bloggers. When I say obsessed I don’t mean He loves to play games or go to the gym (ha ha). I mean he has lost 40 pounds because he’s so busy blogging that he won’t stop to eat.

He not only blogs but now he has joined your community of bloggernaughts to interface with. For him It’s seemingly a blogger love gone cult. He knows and communicates way more online than in real life. But to Tom this is his real life. Don’t get me wrong I’m proud that he’s found a stage for his bizarre and controversial opinions. Blogging also makes him happy.

Tom is obsessed with his blogger stats and checks them like a 60 year old woman playing video poker. 300 hits is an all cherry day. His day is shot if people don’t like him or comment. I really liken it to a gambling addiction. Tom sits in front of his laptop after publishing a post, as if it were a video game. He used to bring me his laptop to show me a map of the world on goggle analytics, to brag to me about the wide span of his readers or as I will call them followers. “Hey babe! Check this out they love me in Australia” or “Hey babe! Look I am storming across Europe!!” He pretends not to care that I don’t read his all of his blog.

This happens to be true. I don’t read all of his blog. I think Tom is a brilliant writer and he connects well with his readers. The problem is that I have heard this shit a thousand times before, and since I don’t agree with half of the shit he says, I find it to be a reminder of the aggravation of his twisted and non-sense views. Sometimes when I read his blog I just want to pretend we are not related.

I have not been working, so I have enabled Tom to spend all of his free time on this. My Tom is ADD so I have been keeping track of the location of his wallet, and keys. I pay all the bills, I beg him to please bring me a load of laundry down to wash, and I am convinced that were it not for my involvement, that he would leave the house and go to work, with two unmatched shoes and not give a shit one way or the other.

I just bought him a new pair of shoes with the child-like Velcro straps (that I hate) which he insists on. Tom continued to wear this other pair of shoes that had holes in them because he says he likes them. I of course exercised my spousal privilege and threw them away. He cried like a girl about it. He actually said “Fine, I’m going to throw something away that you like to wear” Yah right! He doesn’t have the balls. I dare him to do it.

The only thing he has to do is put gas in his car and go to work for 40 hours a week. I have allowed this life style because I was laid off, but I am going back to work and Tom will have to become an adult.

Tom’s life is going to change dramatically. He will have to not only take the trash out to the garage, but also put a new bag in the can. He will have to match his own shoes and keep track of his own keys. He will even have to cook dinner as he will often get home before me. He will even have to take the initiative to put down his laptop long enough to take a shower, as I will not be here to prod him.

The truth is that Tom is a wonderful person, and he always steps-up just like he will when I start working. I have always known that I can depend on Tom to be there when I need him. He loves me more than anyone ever has, and it brings him to tears to see me disappointed in him.

It is also true that he is the funniest person I have ever seen when he gets mad. I am looking forward to the show.