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TANcast 008 – Let Your Nuts Down

July 21st, 2008 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

In the closest thing they’ve had to an interactive episode, the TAN Boys nuke the fridge, mock 2/3 of our listeners, lament the fickle mistress that is Star Trek, suck themselves off a bit, talk smack about Xbox, create the new business casual, spin a yarn about the worst travel agent ever, reveal why they could never be on Jackass, and mock Tim for crying at Wall-E.

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[CONTENT WARNING] TANcast features mature language and immature hosts. Listener discretion is advised.

7 Responses to “TANcast 008 – Let Your Nuts Down”

  1. MattyMcMatt Says:

    Hey Andy, it was dimagio!

  2. Andy Says:

    Yeah, I looked it up later.

    I also checked and it was indeed the 1 week delay in access to Marketplace content (and the lack of multiplayer) in the Xbox Live Silver accounts that had pissed me off. Somehow that had been inflated to “no Marketplace access” in my little brain.

    Rounding this out, it turns out Marilyn Monroe was a real person with a fake name, that she wasn’t married to DiMaggio for long, and that it was probably 3rd husband Arthur Miller she was probably cheating on with probably the Kennedys.

    Who knew?

  3. Dean Says:

    I realize that when you guys started this you freely admitted that it was mainly to make each other laugh. It’s like we’re all waiting to go to a movie or restaurant and you three are having an inside conversation. WE don’t know all of what’s going on and are not invited to join in, but it’s entertaining to listen to nonetheless.

    How’s the listenership in the EU?

  4. DJTechnoid Says:

    I work nights as a security guard at a hospital, riding in a golf cart in the parking lot. That is when I listen to podcasts. A few hours ago (around 3am Eastern time), I was listening and riding by where some nurses were outside in a smoking area. Anyway, you guys started raving about something hilarious and I burst out laughing with great volume. Needless to say, the nurses now think I am an insane guard, and I am sure they feel real secure after that. Thank you for making me secure in my job as a security guard! Great stuff as usual…

  5. Geoff Says:

    Apparently, Finding Nemo did not make much of an impression on Tim, since he didn’t even mention it. I haven’t seen any Pixar films after Finding Nemo (though I do want to see The Incredibles) but I thought it was the best of their stuff up to that point.

  6. Tony Says:

    I think Tim is anti-Finding Nemo. No love for the movie, no love for the attraction…
    I’m starting to think I’m going to send my vote elsewhere. 😉

  7. Tim Says:

    I would like to go on record as saying I DO like Finding Nemo…in fact Noah made fun of me while we watched it for getting too emotional throughout the movie.

    Of course, the second time I saw it in the theater, it was with my now wife and right afterward we went to eat at a sushi restaurant. So I felt guilty going straight from Finding Nemo to eating Nemo.

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