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Tom Vann and Dan Dennis
A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan
Tom and Dan were once sitting in a hotel room in Daytona Beach, Florida where the air-condition didn't work, they were out of beer, and the cable only had 2 channels that came in static free. One of their friends suggested that they leave and attempt to find something better to do to which Dan replied "Why would we want to ruin a mediocre time?" If you were to ask "Tom and Dan" what the meaning of life is, they might tell you that there is none. Born from a feeling that nothing in life truly matters and that for the most part we're all surrounded by scumbags, "Tom and Dan" figured out that...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 2,302 ratings
Very very funny guys
These guys are consistently hilarious. Been listening to Daniel since the year 2000 and Tom soon thereafter. They play off of each other effortlessly and are a really fun listen. Keep up the great work gentlemen!
Bootstrappers via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/13/21
I’ve been listening since episode 50. Here we are 11 years later and I’m leaving a review. That’s some lazy love.
Gr8Grendel via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/02/20
Dan just learned how to cuss
It’s like Dan just discovered cuss words and needs to jam them in every sentence, it’s hyper-cringe but Tom saves the show.
toblojo1102 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/22/20
Recent Episodes
Hi. Enjoy this batch of ACT content. We appreciate you listening. :) - d
Published 06/19/21
I'm back. Damn. That took a second. There was an actual time that I didn't think me and my family were going to make it home. (You can listen to that entire story on tonight's ACT if you so care.) Here's all the plug stuff and look for the meat at the bottom. :) You can find us on Twitch...
Published 06/18/21
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Published 06/12/21
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