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TANcast 346 – Look AT My Peep

November 15th, 2015 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

This week, the boys PROVE they are not experts in podcasting while discussing kids, Starbucks, and terrorism.

00:00 – 04:48 Epic Pre Show
04:48 – 05:36 Intro
05:36 – 18:22 “Expert” Podcasting at it’s Finest
18:22 – 57:18 How The **** Was Everyone’s Week?
57:18 – 58:45 Wrap Up
58:45 – 59:19 ????

[CONTENT WARNING] TANcast features mature language and immature hosts but is NOT a representation of the stand up act of Tim Babb. Listener discretion is advised.

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2 Responses to “TANcast 346 – Look AT My Peep”

  1. Chelsea (never Celsey)No Gravatar Says:

    as a former employee of Starbucks, we were told that we could not say “Merry Christmas” only “Happy Holidays” because Starbucks does not side with one religion. So WAY before this stupid cup problem, if I said “Happy Holidays” to someone after they purchase their coffee they were give me a stern look and say “MERRY CHRISTMAS!” oooo I’m so scared, I insulted you… should I remind you that you we have yet to make your beverage and that it is not the best idea to piss off those who make the stuff you will then put into your mouth.

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

    Proving once again why he is far more successful that any of us will ever be, Stephen Colbert also commented on social media gestures:


    Spoiler Alert: He’s a far less cynical person than I am, and I concede he makes the superior argument.

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