Greg is rolling solo for this weeks podcast where he entices Americans not to vote, he name drops all the celebrities his kids got candy from, and he talks about the hecklers he encountered in West Palm Beach. Greg then goes over the scientific data behind his prejudices, he talks about the reaction his book received from his mother and therapist, he takes your Overheards and Half-A-Mans, and the audience is formally introduced to new producer Jordy.
Cringe Humor & Comix presents
THE ROAST OF JIM FLORENTINE
November 2, 2010 @ 8PM
A benefit for Giraldo’s Children Fund!
Even if you can’t attend, you can still support the Fund.
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Giraldo Children’s Fund
C/o MaryAnn McAlpin-Giraldo
P.O. Box 1827
New York, NY 10025
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If you listened to the West Palm Beach podcast, you heard Greg discuss this political ad. Check it out.
Greg does a podcast from Palm Beach, Florida. He talks about the local attack ads politicians use in the area, and takes your Overheards. He also interviews comedian Mike Veccio.
From The Station Casinos Blog by craigstations – October 27, 2010
GREG FITZSIMMONS HAS been extremely busy “whoring myself out for the past 20 years,” so the SC Blog was shocked – ahem, make that thrilled – when he gave us a 15-minute phone interview from his home in Venice Beach, Calif. to talk about his Nov. 5 comedy appearance at Sunset Station’s Club Madrid …
For more of the article, including some great video, CLICK HERE!
Greg and Mike Gibbons welcome Rob Corddry to this week’s podcast. Greg goes over the feud brewing between Mel Gibson and Zach Galifinakis, Rob goes over the list of people he would refuse to work with, and they talk about problems they have with bestiality. Greg tries out a new segment called Jokes Jay Leno is Afraid to Do, Rob explains how he got to the top, they take Matt Besser’s Half-A-Mans, and they play Liars Poker.
Greg will be doing an signing at Big Hat Books on November 22nd @ 6pm. You can find them at 6510 Cornell Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46220. If you need to call ahead for info, the number is (317) 202-0203.