FOF #558 – Ay Ay Ay Phone

Jun 29, 2007 · 56538 views

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Ring a ding ding! The iPhone is finally here. And not a moment too soon, since my darn cell phone is about to fall apart. In case you’ve been living under a rock, today Apple […]

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  1. G says:

    Welcome back guys! Great show!

  2. Maia says:

    Welcome home, Fausto! Good to hear you guys “live” again!!!

    “The podcast that is over 2 years old and does NOT need a governess” — one of the best intro lines ever.

    (for the record, I enjoyed the “Like an angel coming in your ears” one… despite the protestations of the other guests that day!)

  3. Amujan says:

    Well Fausto, you might be devastated to read this, but all the IKEAs in Europe, well at least the ones in Germany, which I know, are built like the one in Austin, TX. They’ve two storeys with a restaurant in the 2nd, but the rest is a maze nonetheless. Of course when you know where stuff is at your favourite IKEA you can take a short cut once in a while. I#ve never heard of an IKEA built like a department store.

  4. Oh hell no! The Chicago store is such a magnificent work of art and interior architecture. So many good dept. stores in Europe are structured like that. What gives?

  5. Alec says:

    The Ikea in Massachusetts and the one in WA state are also the lab rat model. One gets accustomed. I think they think it’s conducive to purchasing.

    Great show! Happy you’re back and that Doña Patricia is doing well.

  6. Steve says:

    Marc and Fausto,
    Anytime, and I do mean anytime, you have something that needs assembly CALL ME!
    I love putting things together. I seriously buy furniture that I don’t have room for just to put it together.
    I really do mean it, I want you to call me if you need something assembled. I’m a short train ride away and I know you have my number Fausto.

  7. Clay says:

    Glad to see you guys back! I’m almost running out of old shows that work. You really gotta get your archive up to speed.

    When I hear your voices, it’s like a shot of glorious loveliness encapsulating my lobes.

    Lots of Love
    -Clay

  8. Jon-paul says:

    Welcome back! The wallpaper pics are hot!!!

  9. Rochelle says:

    lovely all around. much dorky love you guys,

  10. Zara says:

    awww…the old site…*nostalgia* 🙂

  11. One day this site will also be the “old” site, as websites are always a work in progress, don’t you think Zara?

  12. Andrew J says:

    Welcome back, Fausto! We’ve all missed hearing new episodes from you guys. It is great to hear the Patricia is doing well and I am so glad you took care of her with a good chair and desk for her computer. It sounds like her setup was less than ideal. And I’m so sorry to hear about your sad Ikea experience. That really is a shame since Ikea is so great!

    I had an idea for Marc’s handout at Pride sometime. Injecting tampons with some water dyed with red food coloring would really freak people out don’t you think? I would love to watch that happening. It would make a great “Keeping It Real” episode! Haha. Love you guys.

  13. Zara says:

    I’m sure it will Fausto! The same way that one day using a keyboard and mouse will all be a distant memory, as technology develops, so wll this website. 🙂

  14. Aaron C. says:

    Great show guys! Welcome back Fausto, glad to hear all is going well in Texas! 🙂 BTW: Our Ikea is the maze type too. Still have great meatballs though!

  15. IKEA: Impossible Krazy Exit Acess

  16. PupDon says:

    Hey guys. Great to see you fresh and new again. Yay! And really happy to hear Patricia is doing well.

    I used to be a big Rocky Horror freak when I lived in Pittsburgh in the early 90’s. I must say that you are off the mark on Shock Treatment. It’s not about health care exactly. It actually is a satire about reality television. Brad and Janet (played by different actors) are living in Denton, which has become a giant TV studio, and their lives have become reality TV shows. Now, keep in mind, this was the 80’s and years before reality TV was, well, a reality. Watching it with this in mind it becomes quite the entertaining little film. And the songs are cool. It’s nowhere near Rocky Horror but can be a lot of fun if you lower your expectations.

  17. It’s about health care damnit! It’s a precursor to Michael Moore’s “Sicko.”

  18. Aaron C. says:

    Fun Fact:

    I’m 98% sure it was PupDon’s copy of Shock Treatment that I saw for the 1st time back in the 90’s. I’m 100% sure that he made me the copy of Beyond the Valley of the Dolls that sits proudly on my shelf! Thanks PuppyD! I’m with Fausto though, it’s a real klinker! (Especially in comparison to RHPS.)

  19. Shock Treatment was SUCH a big disappointment.

  20. Justin says:

    To shift the focus away from our human rights for a moment, and to possibly explain why African Americans might be more careful about what they accept for free, let’s look at Tuskegee.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuskegee_Syphilis_Study

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