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TANcast 106 – F You, That Was Funny

July 9th, 2010 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

This week it’s chivalry v feminism, Dave Chappelle freaks out (again), Mel Gibson is a racist, Tim reviews World of Color, and other crap.

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Noah’s Recipe

Amazon Amanda Sits on Tosh

Mel Gibson Racist Rant

Boobs From Last Week

Tim Performing at Comics and Comics (after a long intro)

Drinking buddies Podcast

Gordon Ramsey Calls Woman “Old Bag”

Gordon Ramsey Tells Woman To Get Her Boobs Off Counter


15 Responses to “TANcast 106 – F You, That Was Funny”

  1. ChelseaNo Gravatar Says:

    Speaking of the train part, it really doesn’t matter if you’re married, single, or VERY pregnant. If you’re female, most of the time the guy who gives up their seat for you plan on getting your phone number out of it. I was VERY pregnant, wearing my wedding ring, a guy gave up his seat for me and then started laying on the lines. I kinda thought, “really? Did you think you were really going to get anything out of this?”

  2. Mysterious Matt (TANcast's #1 Mysterious Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    I have never asked a female who I gave up my seat for for their phone number (admittedly they probably were pregnant or old). Then again, I’m not really a “go straight for the phone number” sort of guy.

    Is it just me, or do other people see that shot of Mel Gibson and imagine that he’s saying “oh my god, that the fuck’s coming out of my chin!”.

    Looking forward to hearing this – thanks for perservering for us, Tim!

  3. Mysterious Matt (TANcast's #1 Mysterious Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Damn: “what the…”.

  4. Alissa (TANcast's #1 Female Fan and NEW #3 Fan/the second A in TANcast))No Gravatar Says:

    Here’s my stance on the whole woman thing… coming from someone who hasn’t had to deal with getting paid less or anything like that because Disney has a shit ton of unions.

    I like:
    having doors opened for me
    having boys pay for things (sorry, but I’m not gonna lie, it’s nice.)
    getting seats on trains and such
    not being drafted
    and so on…

    I personally am perfectly okay, at this point in my life, with not being completely and utterly equal. That being said, most of the times these little perks of being female, in my experience happen only on dates or while in a relationship (aside from the whole not getting drafted thing). But with complete strangers, that shit rarely happens. And I personally don’t expect it to. I wouldn’t even expect my boyfriend to be completely chivalrous…sooo…hm. I forgot what I was going to say to sum that all up.
    Basically, I’d like an equal paycheck…but I don’t want to get drafted. As for doors and seats, I give a nega-shit.

  5. Alissa (TANcast's #1 Female Fan and NEW #3 Fan/the second A in TANcast))No Gravatar Says:

    (ps: I know the whole draft thing is kinda irrelevant these days, but you never know.)

  6. ElizabethNo Gravatar Says:

    Hi Guys, First time commenting, loved the new TANcast! As, a woman I like when men are chivalrous. I don’t expect a guy to give up their seat to me or hold open a door but it’s nice when it happens.

    Listening through old TANcasts, Andy, you MUST get an HTC EVO 4g, Not only will you and the Mrs. get 4g in Atlanta but your bill will be cheaper than AT&T… Plus, you can video chat over 3g, 4g or Wifi, Take that iPhone 4!

    Tim, I bought my tickets for your performance on the 7/31/10. I saw one of your kingdom of comedy vids on micechat then found your podcast on netcot and now I am loving TANcast. You had me with “who are three people who have never been in my kitchen…” I thought only my mom and brother got that reference.

    Noah, your fitness goals inspire me. And I love the ‘Cooking by the Book’. I plan to try the perfect steak trick and the cinnamon pancakes.

    Thanks Guys for all the great podcasts and the hours of entertainment!

  7. Melanie (TANcast's #1 MILF/GILF)No Gravatar Says:

    I rode the Metrorail to Long Beach for years – I stopped once I Got preggers and it got too uncomfortable. Only a few times was I ever offered a seat when it was crowded, and it was always by an older gentleman – someone who remembers what manners are. It was never by a young guy, and no one ever asked me for my number.

  8. Mike (TANcast's #1 Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Before my back got fucked up (granted, that’s at least partially because I’m a fucking idiot) I would always give up my seat for women. Now that I’ve fucked up my back, coupled with my destroyed knees and an ankle that I’m constantly twisting… not so much. I still will if she’s pregnant, but that’s it. And I’ve never asked for a number. And as for doors… I still hold them open. And I will continue to do so until I’m physically incapable, or they’ve all been replaced with automatic doors. Whichever comes first. lol

  9. Mysterious Matt (TANcast's #1 Mysterious Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Maybe it’s a product of having a long-term friend who was very… well, I wouldn’t even say feminist… just ultraequalist… I don’t think that I’d really consider giving up a seat to a woman my age or younger to any greater extent than I would a man. I’m usually quite happy to give up my seat in any case (I usually prefer to stand – at least until recently), but if I was feeling tired and preferred to sit, I’d tend to base things on difficulty. Older/pregnant/injured woman – I’d give up my seat. Older/injured man, I’d give up my seat. But any pregnant men can go fuck themselves. 🙂

    And sorry, Andy, but the longer you talked the more you convinced me in the other direction. I’ve never considered the “giving up a seat” issue as some sort of consolation for poor pay, harrassment or working conditions, but I think that it’d be a pretty piss-poor consolation. I prefer to see taking employers to the f***ing cleanmers in court and making sure that no-one else would dare to do the same to be a half-way decent consolation. I know that you’re not suggesting that this is some kind of unwritten agreement about compensation or anything, but I just don’t think that they’re actually related. Even when I was younger and would give up a seat to a woman as a matter of course, I can’t say that I was thinking “well, women get paid less or have to put up with creeps, so I should give it up”. To be honest, I think that if you look at why most men who give up their seats to a younger/fitter woman, you’ll see that the motivation is a relic of thinking of women as a more fragile sex (which seems to be the origin of it as a issue of manners), (as noted) they see it as an “in”, or would just like to get a smile from a pretty girl.

  10. NateNo Gravatar Says:

    Is it just me, or are there a bunch of show links missing?

  11. Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Oh look at that, Andy “helped” by deleting like half the links! Finally I fix a mistake made by the great Andy!


  12. NoahNo Gravatar Says:

    @Elizabeth I have made that steak a few times and people really like it. My father in law said it was the best steak he has had.

  13. Melanie (TANcast's #1 MILF/GILF)No Gravatar Says:

    CJ – loved your contribution to TANlaughs!!!

  14. Murray (TANcast's #1 Aussie Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Wasn’t the line in the episode “suck my dick, that was funny”?

  15. Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    @ Murray Shhhhh please don’t point out that the emperor isn’t wearing any clothes.

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