Monday, April 20, 2009

Found Out By Furries...

...and I didn't even know it.

Last month I wrote about our experience staying in a hotel that we shared with an interesting group known as "the Furry Fandom;" people that like to dress up like anthropomorphic animals.

Thanks to the individual that forwarded the blog entry from the Oklahoma Furs furry fandom website. wonder no furries ever took me up on my offer to come onto The Chris Medlock Show to discuss their...I don't know...hobby?

You can either click on the link or read the entry from "Hozzman" below:
Please Read!!
Hello folks, I normally do not post very much of anything, but this is something very important I need to discuss.

Recently there was a very conservative talk show host from here in Tulsa that happened to be at the Dallas hotel Furry Fiesta was hosted at durring the convention. His name is Chris Medlock and he has a conservative oriented AM talk radio show from Tulsa. He is now balls-to-the-wall about the furries on his show. Recently he has been in contact with a few furries here in Oklahoma. Please be warned DO NOT TALK TO THIS INDIVIDUAL!! He is looking for ways to get furries to call him live durring his show. He will publicly humiliate you and twist your words around to make you look as "unappealing" as possible! Like most all conservative talk show hosts he will create lies about any group of people that do not fit into his narrow minded universe. This could be potentially bad for all of us! Please use caution when you discuss the fandom to these people.
Gee, that really wounds me. I don't think I was ever unfair to a guest on my show. Besides, I wouldn't have to twist words around to make these folks seem unappealing. Surely they know what they do is more than a bit odd, don't you think?

1 comment:

Jai Blevins said...

What's wrong with dressing up like Ralphie from "A Christmas Story?" Don't we all do? LOL!!!

That is perhaps the funniest thing I have read in awhile! "Don't talk to him, he will try to make us sound unappealing" LOL!


Thanks, I needed to laugh!