FOF #895 – A World Without Gay People

Dec 10, 2008 · 1985 views

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What would the world be like without gay people? On today’s show Marc Felion and myself Fausto Fernos try to go back into the closet, and play it straight. Believe me, it doesn’t last for […]


  1. CharlesVer33 says:

    Clay Aiken is one lucky sonofagun. The man looks like a f*** clock! What time is it? Time to go beddy bye with Reed. Great show and great song guys!

  2. Juantana says:

    Annie Lennox is from Scotland! Thanks guys!

  3. Lame Lady says:

    I never understood Rufus’s wild popularity. His music is just slightly clever. His voice sounds like the sound a goat makes when being raped. And he is ugly! Now it turns out he’s not too smart either. He’s icky!

    Here is another photo of Reed w/legs in air:

  4. Cliff Dix says:

    Gesundheit Fausto!

    From quarter turns to quarters laying under the toll taker, this was another great show. I love the occasional show were it is just Fausto and Marc shooting the shit. About 10 years ago I had a flat and needed help, I was near a Wendy’s and there was a pay phone. I had no quarters or cell phone so i walked over to the Wendy’s drive-thru and took a quarter off the ground.

    Hey Scotland nice beaver. Thanks I just had it stuffed yesterday.

    You guys, I had to go to work today so I am here but don’t expect me to do anything.

  5. raequel says:

    “libertarians are just republicans who wanna smoke pot”, Marc you stole that from me! SHADY!

  6. Holy Canolli Marc- you made out with Rufus?!
    You gotta cut your hand off and mail it to me so I can sniff it. I don’t care if it was over a decade ago, I know you didn’t wash that shit.

  7. Robbie says:

    Golf was also invented in Scotland.

  8. Nidocamen says:

    Come out to Phoenix on your way back to Chicago! It’ll be nice and warm here and I’d love to meet you guys!

  9. Gesundheit Fausto!
    Take care it does not get worse. I still recover from a cold which became a bronchitis.

    Must be funny when those fake boobs are washed up on a beach and children playing with them. “Look Mami i found new firm boobs for you”.
    Or maybe hundreds of trannies come to the beach to get thier free pair of boobs. 🙂

  10. Anna says:

    Hope you get over your cold soon, Fausto! Although, it was interesting to hear your voice slightly altered. 🙂

  11. Rhea says:

    Curling was also invented in Scotland. And don’t forget Groundskeeper Willy!

    Brilliant song parody. Eat your heart out, John and Taupin!

  12. travisty says:

    Hey guys,

    As always, love the show. You mentioned coming to Tulsa and I think that would be awesome. I’m not in Tulsa, but live fairly close (Northwest Arkansas) and would make the drive to come hang out with you guys.

  13. J-Public says:

    Is it me or does Clay Aiken look like Mike Meyers from the Halloween movies.


  14. As we discussed when i did my interview with you guys, I don’t necessarily support the idea of gay marriage. But what Rufus said, I feel was completely taken out of context. Like myself , he is agreeing that government should have no say in who you want to be with, who you want to marry, or who you want to have sex with. I personally agree with him. The government should have absolutely NO say in what, who, or how I wish to love. I feel his statement is all encompassing and showing open-mindedness towards all people, no matter how they love.

    Go love! That is the statement.

  15. Yes, but people that want to get married don’t want their relationship likened to marrying a dog.

  16. In my eyes, when it comes down to it, it’s that damn word…”Marry.” Even I am guilty of using it. Its a biblical word, which should have no business in our government offices. Marriage is something that is done in a church if you like. You shouldn’t apply for a “marriage license” at city hall, you should get a “civil union.” I don’t necessarly think that every person that is against “gay marriage” would be so if it wasn’t called, marriage. That word strikes with religious base and values.

    I am totally for people getting a Union, gay or straight. Marriage to me is just the ceremony, your together once you get a pice of paper from city hall. If there is anything to fight for, it’s the paper, not the word. Priorities.

  17. ku_l says:

    i went to the church on world without gay day and cant find any priests.

  18. Josh… Love your Broke Straight Boys appearance. I was laughing so hard that I had to go back and watch it 4 more times… just to figure out what else you were saying.

    That out of the way (remember, big fan here). The word Marry is not a biblical word. It is a secular word with it’s origins in the 14th century. I agree that Marriage has no place linked to religion except as far as the individual is concerned. The benefits of being married are civil and the statement is personal; neither of which belong in a church unless the personal preferences/beliefs of the people involved make it such.

    “Marry” may just be a word, but it’s a word with lots of history. Our parents got married (well some of them did), our grandparents stayed married (well most of them did). We associate the word with romance, a lifetime of love, partnership and stabiliy. I say why can’t GLBT people continue that history? That right was recognized in Canada and I strongly encourage you not to give up the fight or compromise on the result you want.

  19. I guess that I should also qualify my statements with the assumption that the concept of Marriage as most people think of it today is likely religious in origin though probably pre-dates Christianity.

  20. Marriage is a social, religious, spiritual, or legal union of individuals. This union may also be called matrimony, while the ceremony that marks its beginning is usually called a wedding and the married status created is sometimes called wedlock.
    Marriage is an institution in which interpersonal relationships (usually intimate and sexual) are acknowledged by the state, by religious authority, or both. It is often viewed as a contract. Civil marriage is the legal concept of marriage as a governmental institution, in accordance with marriage laws of the jurisdiction. If recognized by the state, by the religion(s) to which the parties belong or by society in general, the act of marriage changes the personal and social status of the individuals who enter into it.

  21. It’s all down to how a state wishes to define it, this is why I am pro state rights vs. Federal government. I feel that the fed government has no right in inter-personal state rights. Maybe I am a libertarian as well, lol. I don’t even smoke pot.

  22. Dillon says:

    Hey guys
    Love your show as always. I just got to listening to this today.. I know its late but I download the podcast once a week and listen to it when I drive to and from work for the past week. Anyways you mentioned that you will be driving through Memphis when you return from Austin? I dont live in Memphis but about an hour away I would make the drive to meet you guys if you are doing a show or just stopping through if its on a weekend. Used up all my vacation time this christmas break 🙁

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