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FOF #2957 – James Fritz Takes On Cryptocurrency and Safe Spaces

Cryptocurrency- anything can be used as cash if you get creative enough: cigarettes in prison, jugs of Tide detergent to pay your dealer, your body and soul at work, or cryptocurrency. When something is highly desired and in limited quantity, it can be used as money, honey.

Today James Fritz, who was called the funniest comedian in Chicago a decade ago, comes back on the podcast to look at the weird world of cryptocurrency and the controversy surrounding Elon Musk hosting SNL.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 5 months ago 0

FOF #1649 – Cognitive Dissonance

More than usual, the Republican National Convention is a hot mess- they’ve picked a candidate no one’s excited about, their platform is from another century, and in his doddering speech, Clint Eastwood came off more like Dirty Diapers than Dirty Harry.

Joining us is the reliably hilarious James Fritz , who can stuff two bananas in his mouth when nobody’s looking, no homo.

Posted in: Podcast, Politics & Activism 9 years ago 1

FOF #1635 – Hey Girl, It’s Paul Ryan

Hey girl, did you hear? Over the weekend, Mitt Romney announced his BFF, the ultraconservative U.S. Representative Paul Ryan.

Today the very funny James Fritz shares his outrageous joke on Rick Santorum sexual appetite. Will Paul Ryan help Republicans, or is he just Sarah Palin in drag?

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast, Politics & Activism 9 years ago 7

FOFA #1624 – Hungry for Hate, Nom Nom Nom!

The very funny James Fritz, named by many local publications as Chicago’s funniest comedian joins us to talk about haters who love fried chicken and wether comedians are as slutty as dancers.

Posted in: Classic Podcasts, Podcast 9 years ago 3

FOF #1624 – Hungry for Hate, Nom Nom Nom!

The very funny James Fritz, named by many local publications as Chicago’s funniest comedian joins us to talk about haters who love fried chicken and wether comedians are as slutty as dancers.

Posted in: Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 9 years ago 3