On January 16th, 2007, I appeared on Feast of Fun, a Chicago-based LGBTQ comedy podcast. On show #460 – Future Imperfect, I spoke with Fausto Ferños and Marc Felion about my predictions for 2007 and the Handmade Puppet Dreams film series I was introducing at Links Hall.
From the Feast of Fun #460:
Marsian De Lellis is in many ways in touch with something magical. We’re just not sure what that is, but in all his outlandish talk about full-body botoxes and Whole Foods Express at the airports, he makes a lot of sense. If you ask me, the guy’s a freakin genius.
On today’s show Marsian, our in-house resident Truman Capote, who just happened to be in town to promote the Handmade Puppet Dreams Film Series.
Marsian, Marc and I share our predictions for 2007, things we are just SURE that will happen. How do we know these things? Let’s just say we’re REALLY good guessers. We’re the kind of people you want at a horse race.
What colors will people be obsessing about? Will the iPhone be a dud? Will it be used for good or evil? What kind of horrific plastic surgery trends can we see? Who will Jennifer Aniston be having sex with next? You can wait for the future to roll around like a boring person or listen to todays show and find out now! The far-distant future is now just around the corner, waiting inside your iPod (or Zune, Dell DJ, etc…)
No need to consult your physician before listening to the Feast of Fools podcast- the results could be hilarious.
The Feast of Fun podcast (formerly titled “Feast of Fools”) is a Chicago-based talk show hosted by Fausto Fernós and Marc Felion that showcases celebrity guests, artists, musicians, actors, and members of the LGBT community and those who support them. A typical program will include one or more of a number of features, including roundtable discussions, unusual news and social trends, LGBT issues, comedy, music, food and cocktail recipes, or interviews. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Fausto Fernós created the Feast of Fools in 1998 as wacky artists variety show in Chicago, Illinois. Feast of Fun grew out of an audio blog to promote the live show