FOF #1120 – Gay Marriage Showdown

Jan 11, 2010 · 1985 views

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Today Federal courts in California could decide the future of gay marriage in the United States. Our cute gay ex-Mormon friend J Seth Anderson joins us to chat about marriage equality and polygamy and what, if anything, the Mormons have in common with the gays.

In the news: the Simpsons air their 20th anniversary episode, hi-jinks with the gay Chicago press, a Chicago lesbian bar closes, Nevada legalizes gay prostitution, and an intersected crime lord.

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  1. Great show guys! Let’s cross our fingers for the California court debate. I still don’t understand why people who say they want to preserve and protect marriage would be against people who WANT TO GET MARRIED? In some ways- the funny part about this whole thing is that there are actually so many gay men and women who actually WANT to get married lol! But seriously, if the federal government is going to bestow privileges and benefits on two individuals who are committed to each other- then those privileges and benefits should be available to all couples –regardless of their orientation. I personally think that it would make even more sense for the government to allow marriage type privileges and benefits to be available to any two individuals that are living together for mutual advantage- for example: long term roommates, siblings that live together, a parent and an adult child etc. I realize that this type of arrangement could be quite complicated to figure out- but I don’t really understand why our government chooses to reward only one type of life-style or living arrangement?

  2. Silver-turquoise-copper gayborhood pylons? ROFL!!!!! I am so going to hit up Tom Simplot to get them installed up and down the Melrose District on 7th Avenue!! LOL Great show guys……soooo funny today!!!! 🙂

  3. Avatar Chickengirl says:

    another great show!!

    Fausto might hate me for this but this past summer I went on a college trip to L.A where we visited a bunch of studios including the Simpsons company >:D

    and even though most of the main animation is done over seas they still do a lot of it here…we got to see the entire process of making a cartoon..it was neat…the most interesting thing about it was how they were slowly transitioning to doing everything digital and how most of the workers hated it because they still did a lot of things by hand/traditionally. It was a nice tour..really nice people..they even gave us autographed posters.. http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh62/Chickengirl001/IMG_4897_resize.jpg

  4. Avatar ventura79 says:

    Great Show guys! loved hearing from J Seth again and I could not have enough about the Simpsons! keep up the great work!

  5. Avatar Blueboi says:

    What a great final role for Eartha Kitt to play at the end.

    I can’t believe the Brazilians were so offended by that Brazil Episode. Who wouldn’t love to be chased by a gang of monkeys. :p

    Drawn animation does take a while to produce. Up to six months for a single episode.
    In contrast, South Park takes about a week to produce, sometimes with last minute changes (before airing) to reference recent events.

  6. Avatar Blueboi says:

    I’m curious to know what J seth’s opinion is on the South Park episode ‘All About the Mormons”?
    Come to think about it, unless I’m mistaken only Mormons go to Heaven in the South Park universe. Lol

    • I LOVE that South Park episode!! It’s sooooo, soooo funny! And it’s practically 100% accurate. 🙂 I love the music, “dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb.” lol Then that other part where they sing “smart smart smart smart.” That’s a great episode.

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