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Hey Tim, You Missed a Spot

September 12th, 2013 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

30 Days and 30 Blogs
Day 11 (sort of)

Those of you who are following this blog closely (thank you) may have noticed that I didn’t do a blog yesterday. I would love to tel you that it was out of respect for September 11th, and to be honest, that did play a factor, but really I just got too wrapped up editing the Kingdom Comedy video I posted a sneak peek of the day before. I got so involved that its done and will go live Friday morning. (NO word on when Disney will pull it down…I’m skating on thin ice with this one)

But I’ll tell you who found an even better way to rise above that solemn day, my neighbors. If you listen to the podcast, you may recall I spoke of them getting busy in their backyard on episode 254 (before it got serious). Well they clearly learned their lesson…because this time they got busy in the shower but with the window wide open. They were loud. I was sitting on the completely other side of my house and I heard them. They were so loud, I heard a neighbor from the other side yell, “JESUS CHRIST, KNOCK IT OFF!”

I wanted to tell that neighbor that if these people don’t hump loudly in the shower, then the terrorists have won. Suck that, Bin Laden!!!

3 Responses to “Hey Tim, You Missed a Spot”

  1. DeanNo Gravatar Says:

    I once had a studio apt in San Jose with thin walls… REALLY thin walls…

  2. JesusNo Gravatar Says:

    There’s a guy on YouTube that has to deal with quick but loud neighbors, and whenever they go at it, he sets up these challenges in his room and tries to beat his neighbors, all the while, he has a microphone up against his wall and well…see for yourself. Maybe you can do something similar?


  3. Andy (TANcast's #1 Ear-Rapist)No Gravatar Says:

    Quick playing, Tim. You touched your peep.

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