FOF #1304 – Christmas Madness

Dec 14, 2010 · 1985 views

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Everyone loves the bright lights and bold colors of the holiday season, so why then are so many people miserable at this time of year? Surreal, confusing stories of snowmen come to life, flying reindeer and green grinches only add to the fog of war that is Christmastime.

Blogger Michael Lehet joins us to take a look at our love hate relationship with the holidays, annoying holiday music by celebrities and a delicious meat centric Nativity scene.


  1. Michael says:

    It truly is Christmas Madness! Thank you so much for having me on, I always have so much fun with you guys!

  2. Jackie Jaeger says:

    Marc- Many Nativity scenes wait and add the baby Jesus when he ‘is born’ on Christmas day.

  3. seawall says:

    Googling “custom condoms” brings up stuff for putting logos on, but “custom fit condoms” brings up one or two sites that look promising, this one (linked) the most so. You can download for free the .PDF for measuring yourself—basically a combination of a ring sizer and a Brannock device.

  4. jonathan says:

    is this the one with annie sprinkle in it?

  5. LaFierce says:

    Just to put in my 2cents; if health services want to use scare tactics they should show the monetary cost of living with HIV. Individuals without health insurance bear the burden of very high costs. It’s not unusual for a single anti-retroviral medication to cost $900+ per month, semi-annual lab costs to run close to $1,400 and visits to the specialist (even if only once a quarter) to be $75 – $160 per visit. Some drug regimens require more frequent lab work or doctor visits making for a minimum annual cost of around $13,000. Those with medical insurance often have costly co-pays and a pre-existing condition that, until 2014 (barring any repeal as promised by the republican leadership) can lock them into jobs they hate or leave them indigent if they get laid off (hello Yahoo annual layoffs anyone?) and lose their insurance. Some HIV drugs are not even covered under some medical plans. Talk about scary! Awareness, open honest discussion, testing and treatment (PrEP and PEP too) are the only answer until a cure can be found (let’s here it for stem cells and the continued health of ‘The Berlin’ patient!)

    And another thing! Condoms need to be made sexy, hot even, and discussion about status and safer sex be brought into the open. The Swedish HIV Council recently used less shocking and more titillating methods to remind youth to use condoms building a Shag Tree using their facebook friends. Some studies say it increased discussion of condoms and safer sex among Swedish youth some 27%. There used to be a company that sold custom fit condoms (they were amazing and amazingly expensive) but they went out of business a few years ago and I’ve yet to find someone to replace them other than TheyFit.

  6. Andy says:

    Fantastic show with Michael! 🙂

    I still don’t understand why the football world cup will be in Quatar in 2022. What has Quatar do with football? In the case of Russia it is different as Russia is part of football crazy Europe. But in case of Quatar it is truely just about the money and it further damages the image of FIFA. I just hope there will be a little gay revolution in football within the next 12 years, so many gay players will be openly gay.

  7. Andy says:

    Talking about Christmas madness…

  8. Tracy says:

    ummmm Do you hear what I hear in sign language ….. yeah that’s “Christmas Madness” hahahaha — great show guys!

    PS — Some people like sad and mopey Fausto. 🙂

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