The Tommy Edison Experience
Topics: Watching Tommy’s Reaction To Podcasters Using The Word “Blind” In Different Ways • Guess What’s In The Mail? • Celebrating The 100th Anniversary of Radio • Tommy Talks About Growing Up Wanting To Be On The Radio • Tommy’s Career As A Radio Traffic
Topics: Five Months Since My Last Haircut • Listening & Reacting to Virtual Barber (Sound Clips) • Guess What’s In The Mail? • Tommy Gets A Microwave Egg Poacher • Did Hans Zimmer Really Create The ‘Inception’ Horn Debate (Sound Clips) • The Return of The
Listen To Tommy’s Neighborhood Honor Frontline Workers (Sound Clips) • Fred Willard Remembered (Sound Clips) • Tommy Listens To David Lynch’s Weather Reports (Sound Clips) • How Blind People Manage Public Bathrooms • Tommy Describes How Table Manners Work
Tommy Edison, who's been blind since birth, talks about idioms that use the word blind, if physical beauty matters to blind people, some of his favorite films of the 1980s, his latest celebrity voice impressions, and more.
Tommy Edison talks about how he’s adapting to the current situation, how YouTube is now automatically blocking live streams and videos, if he’s able to experience phosphenes (spot of light produced by pressure on the eyeball), the theory that Paul McCartn
Tommy Edison talks about how blind people shave, celebrities he's met, if people sound fat, if he experiences claustrophobia and anxiety/panic attacks, what a blind person sees, how blind people play board games, describes what he thinks a human eye looks
Tommy Edison talks about the first time he was asked “How do blind people know when to stop wiping in the bathroom?”, dating another blind person, animation and cartoons, what’s cute to blind people, how a blind person chooses a hairstyle/haircut, misconc
Tommy Edison talks about sports he’s played, interpreting sped up audio, Scent of a Woman starring Al Pacino, body language, color blindness, celebrity voices, and more.
Tommy Edison, who's been blind since birth, answers the most popular questions about being blind.