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Episode 132 with Glenn Wool

Comedy and Everything Else Episode 132

This week on Comedy and Everything Else:

Glenn Wool, a thoughtful and hilarious comedian and a very, very nice guy.

Glenn Wool, Stef Zamorano, and Jimmy Dore

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Fantastic episode. Really enjoyed the Canadian content. Glen mentioned 5 of the top comics in the UK are Canadian. Is there any way we could find out who he was talking about? (Mike Wilmot, Stewart Francis…)

General inquiry: On episode 114 with Al Madrigal, you talked about doing an episode about the education system and charter schools. Is that still in the works?

Love the show, the new site is fantastic.

Well, the Russian people and the Russian winter won WW2 in Europe. Stalin was busy collapsing, consulting psychics and having more people shot.

And, well, France was worrying Britain more than the US was, hence the cessation of hostilities on the Brit end in the War of 1812.

Pretty amusing and interesting episode, as usual! Thanks.

Just started listening to the episode.

“Fun for the whole family, which is fun for no one.”


You have listeners in Saskatchewan fwiw. I’m disappointed that you didn’t enjoy your experience here, but you should know that that there are true comedy fans here who appreciate your work.

Hey Tom,

Sorry for the slight to Saskatchewan, I think we discovered on this episode that you should never judge the town by the people in the bars.

Thanks for listening!

I don’t have anything really insightful to say. Sure wish I did. Just wanted to say I loved this episode and all the others. Thanks :)

Dunno if the White House was EVER painted green (gray is the only other color I’ve ever heard of, though I’m far from a historian), but Wool’s claim that it wasn’t white until after it was burned in the War of 1812 is false:

But, great show and Glen Wool was hilarious and intelligent.

The battle of Stalingrad considered to be the turning point of WW2 where the Russians defeated the Germans occurred 11 months before the U.S. put troops in Europe. Making Glenn Wool’s statement correct.

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