Preview: FOOD IS NOT LOVE
FOOD IS NOT LOVE
Food Is Not Love is talk comedy podcast. It's really very good, which is why you're here and about to listen. The show itself is taped in THE DIRTY ROTTEN SOUTH, although we don't pluke our sisters or make bongs out of chickens. This critically acclaim
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Episode Fifteen: LUCKY
Mon, 17 Mar 2008 04:55:07 +0000
This episode was recorded March 14th 2008. That same night a tornado touched down and apparently tore through Atlanta.We were indifferent about the whole thing because, as you’ll hear, we didn’t know the extent of it until about half way through. Bre Danger sits in as our in-studio guest. First up, we go over last week a little before we get to listener questions for cult movie icon, Tura Satana. After that, we head into Dirty Rotten Gossip town before Rob mysteriously launches us back to the year 1977. He’s clumsy. Our biggest fan Mike joins us for a ONE TIME ONLY segment called “Make Disco Cry.” After that, we’re all just a little tipsy as we were celebrating St. Patty’s a little early.
Episode Fifteen: LUCKY
Mon, 17 Mar 2008 04:52:36 +0000
This episode was recorded March 14th 2008. That same night a tornado touched down and apparently tore through Atlanta.We were indifferent about the whole thing because, as you’ll hear, we didn’t know the extent of it until about half way through taping. Bre Danger sits in as our in-studio guest before Disco proves once again how he can make better dance music than Will To Power with only the use of his Casio keyboard-that he purchased at a flea market in 1994. Also, we go over last week a little before we get to listener questions for cult movie icon, Tura Satana. After that, we head into Dirty Rotten Gossip town before Rob mysteriously launches us back to the year 1977. He’s clumsy. Our biggest fan Mike joins us for a ONE TIME ONLY segment called “Make Disco Cry.” After that, we’re all just a little tipsy as we were celebrating St. Patty’s a little early.
Episode Thirteen: BROTHERHOOD OF THE ELUSIVE PANTS
Mon, 03 Mar 2008 00:34:13 +0000
Okay. Straight up. This episode rules.
Disco and Rob discuss what they did on their week off. We then let all of you in on our secret plan for our next upcoming war. By the way, this is the episode features the mighty and triumphant return of THE DUNGEON OF ROCK featuring Andy Shernoff of the legendary band, The Dictators. As always, Chloe Jones returns and engages us in one of the most retarded news segments we’ve ever done.
Episode Twelve: FOR THE MUDDERS OF CANTON
Mon, 18 Feb 2008 08:56:15 +0000
Well, let’s see, this episode was taped right after Valentine’s day. With that said, can you guess what or who we’re going to talk about? Disco then interviews Ron Glass, from TV’s Barney Miller and Joss Wheadon’s Firefly. The rest of the show is pretty much a free-fall of retardation that never hits rock bottom. Oh, and there’s a contest, where you can win a brand spankin’ used DVD of Bring It On: In It To Win It!-signed by us!
Episode Eleven: BOUNDARIES
Mon, 11 Feb 2008 03:37:26 +0000
In this one, Rob and Disco respond to all of the emails we have received regarding their support of Barack Obama. After that, cult movie icon, Tura Satana, begins the first round of her season long question/answer session with you-the listener.
We then talk to accused murderer Drew Peterson before Tan Creedo unveils their brand new single, Border Patrol (post Romney remix.)
Food Is Not Love is then proud to announce this month’s Superfan.
Season Two Premiere: SUPREMACY MONDAY
Mon, 04 Feb 2008 03:39:10 +0000
(image) SUPREMACY MONDAY:
With special guest:
Goldie from Vh1’s The Flava Of Love and Charm School.
Also featuring a special appearance by cult movie icon, Tura Satana.
We’re back with a vengeance!
Find out what has happened during our vacation break. Also, we talk about the upcoming Super Tuesday elections. We then bring you a sweet helping of Our World In Peril-followed by a special song performed live in the FINL studio.
Episode Four: RIGHT ON, RED
Mon, 22 Oct 2007 01:32:01 +0000
Right On, Red:
In this, our finest hour, Disco and Robbie remark on the water shortage in Atlanta, Georgia. This is news the American media is trying to keep suppressed! Not really, though.
Disco conducts a one on one interview with one of the most important figures in modern American history, Bev Harris. There is a documentary about this woman. That’s how awesome she is. We should note that the sound quality of the interview varies because the recording was done during one of the biggest electrical storms this city has ever seen! Not really, though. It was kind of a little storm, actually. Our sound board is held together with scotch tape. However, all of us here at FINL encourage you not to fast forward through this interview, as it is the one that we are the most proud of-warts and all.
As usual, we bring you a healthy dose of news coverage, combined with plenty of awful jokes at our producer’s expense. By the way, if you are Jewish, you may want to listen closely then by all means send your hate mail directly to Chloe. Her email address is:
That is not a typo. Her ex-husband stole the last “S” in her name. Fucking gypsies.