Comics Don’t NEED To Think For Themselves When The Social Justice Formula Is Laid Out For Them

Tim, Ian, and Lydia host guest Ryan Long ( @Ryan Long on YouTube, @RyanLongComedy on Twitter) discuss the laziness of modern comedians.

Host socials:
Tim: @Timcast (Everywhere)
Ian: @Ian Crossland (Everywhere)
Lydia: @SourPatchLyds (Twitter)
Merch – https://teespring.com/stores/timcast-2

Podcast available on iTunes and Spotify, coming soon to all podcast platforms!

221 Replies to “Comics Don’t NEED To Think For Themselves When The Social Justice Formula Is Laid Out For Them”

  1. simon courtney looms

    Following the US election for the from the UK.
    What an embarrassing mess ! There is obviously funny business going on .

  2. truth first

    Any person making a living telling jokes and does not support President Trump is a problem of indoctrinated low information (or knowing evil bastards) leftist marxist scum that one day will have to pay the piper AND THAT DAY WILL BE GOOD.

  3. Brian Bishop

    Here’s the thing, Tim is slowly being red pulled. He thinks there was some kind of flip with Democrats and Republicans, but he’s young and doesn’t know better. Here’s the facts: Bill Maher has ALWAYS been a piece of crap. He was never good nor honest.

  4. Matt Kelly

    Frankie Boyle is one if the worst offenders in what they are talking about IMO. His old stuff is incredibly “offensive” and edgy and now he rails against the free speech that got him to where he is now. It’s terrible to see. I think Bill Burr is maybe a lesser case of that.

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