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whamm!   Albania. Oct 27 2011 19:41. Posts 11625

Ok this show is really awesome, funny, entertaining and pretty much like what LP represents. Since a lot of people are still in the "meh, podcasts are zzzz" and are not willing to give it a shot or are just too damn lazy, I'll post podcasts which are worth watching/listening to. I hope mods give this a chance
They talk about very similar things here in LP like trending topics, some weed and pyschedelics, MMA, or just troll - very similar to what kind of shit we have here. I should warn you that it's usually about 2 to 3 hours long on the average so it's good to watch when you got nothing to do. enjoy


Most recent ones which I loved (but I like almost all): There's a reason why this is one of the most popular podcasts out there with a hardcore, almost cult-like and loyal following

#147
Duncan Trussell(joe's close friend/standup) talks about esports, WOW, and sc2 - one of the favorite guests by podcasts fans and rightfully so
http://vimeo.com/30715947

#148
Kevin Pereira (attack of the show host/comedian) talks about Occupy movement, Siri, skynet - very intelligent and retarded discussions


#134
Kevin Smith (director, star wars fanboy, also has a good podcast) talks about his childhood, very witty, smart and good conversations between him and joe



#132
Bert "the machine" kreischer - great storyteller and host of "bert the conqueror" tv series.

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dreamtech   . Oct 27 2011 21:30. Posts 104

great podcast i think ive listened to every single episode.
the previous one with kevin pereira was very good, also all the ones with bryan callen.


whamm!   Albania. Oct 27 2011 22:00. Posts 11625

joey diaz, bert kreischer, duncan trusell are my favorite repeat guests. is bryan callen the one who co-created the chappelle show? coz that guy was also a good guest too.


PuertoRican   United States. Oct 27 2011 22:24. Posts 11531

Rogan is a boss, although he did lose some points with me in his most recent podcast where him, RedBan, and their guest had no idea who Tiesto was, and went on to talk about him in a newbie manner. Apparently Russell Peters was on Rogan's podcast awhile back and said Tiesto isn't really a DJ, all he does is press play and stand there.

Rekrul is a newb 

whamm!   Albania. Nov 09 2011 06:50. Posts 11625

Dave Atell - hilarious stand up comic and host of the now defunct "Insomiac" show


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Thall   Switzerland. Nov 09 2011 07:36. Posts 355

Yeah, I usually listen to all his casts, can really just recommend it!


whamm!   Albania. Nov 14 2011 00:09. Posts 11625

Duncan Trussell(Joe's best friend) My favorite guest


http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/18436443
http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/18442600


whamm!   Albania. Dec 30 2011 12:48. Posts 11625

cant stop laughing @ 1:05 when brian plays linda rondstadt and Joe ROgan hypes it up so much(how her voice is awesome as fuck) only to realize brian sped up the song ROFL

2nd year anniversary of his podcast, lots of his regular stand-up friends come over

http://vimeo.com/34175086

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RiKD    United States. Dec 30 2011 14:22. Posts 5641

good thread. i was in the process of looking for stuff to do on long'ish car rides and this thread will probably be the medicine.

if you are into EDM you should chk out:

1.) avicii - levels

dude is a phenom and has basically been touring tirelessly the last year and a half or so and knows what's up.

2.) glow radio

has some pretty killer live shows.

3.) pacha nyc

ditto

4.) roger sanchez - release yourself

kind of hit n miss but some of his older shows and special shows are great.

re: tiesto

imo tiesto isn't that great of a dj. tbf i have only been to a couple of tiesto shows and the venues weren't the best but when people ask me about dj's you gotta see he doesn't really come to mind. i would say he is a great producer though and definitely great at branding, marketing and pr. this is actually sounding kind of harsh. basically, he definitely does more than just stand there and press play but doesn't lead quite as good of a party as a lot of other djs (which many are not nearly as good at producing as tiesto). i would actually like to see tiesto with his residency at xs b/c i wouldn't be surprised if a lot of my bias was due to venue and i could see him absolutely killing it there.


whamm!   Albania. Dec 30 2011 18:33. Posts 11625

Everlast (House of Pain "Jump Around" guy) as guest.







Rhonda Rousey - MMA chick (former Judo champ)




The guy from the great documentary "Collapse" Michael Rupert (former LA police officer who exposed the CIA for selling drugs and is still alive with tons of stories to tell)
interesting cat, his crazy life and passion. Conspiracy theory guy who actually lived through shit




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whamm!   Albania. Jan 07 2012 18:15. Posts 11625

zeitgeist movement founder

Peter Joseph

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whamm!   Albania. Jan 13 2012 20:45. Posts 11625

"Vice Guide" founder(very interesting)
Shane Smith



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Baalim   Mexico. Jan 13 2012 22:09. Posts 33001


  On October 27 2011 21:24 PuertoRican wrote:
Rogan is a boss, although he did lose some points with me in his most recent podcast where him, RedBan, and their guest had no idea who Tiesto was, and went on to talk about him in a newbie manner. Apparently Russell Peters was on Rogan's podcast awhile back and said Tiesto isn't really a DJ, all he does is press play and stand there.



In their defense Tiesto is a very shitty commercial DJ, and quite bad at live performances, there are a couple of videos on youtube showing how he totally fucks up, lets just say Tiesto is the Britney Spears of DJs.

Frankly the only good song he has is adagio but thats only because its a remix of a masterpiece

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whamm!   Albania. Feb 06 2012 18:38. Posts 11625

Live now on ustream

Guests : Brian Callen with Jimmy Burke (shits gonna be hilarious) pls try listening one time

http://www.ustream.tv/joerogan


terrybunny19240   United States. Feb 06 2012 19:29. Posts 13829

so far I learned that overeem is "big..." and "..long" in the clinch


PuertoRican   United States. Feb 06 2012 23:23. Posts 11531


  On February 06 2012 17:38 whamm! wrote:
Live now on ustream

Guests : Brian Callen with Jimmy Burke (shits gonna be hilarious) pls try listening one time

http://www.ustream.tv/joerogan



VOD of that episode, shits hilarious, but it usually is when Callen is on the show: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/20273356

Rekrul is a newb 

ParadoxPLZ   Canada. Feb 07 2012 17:18. Posts 323

pretty entertaining even though they talk nonsense sometimes
the guy in the middle is my fav
guy on the left a bit weird but makes things interesting
guy on the right is a retard

nthm0nkey @ stars 

terrybunny19240   United States. Feb 07 2012 20:00. Posts 13829

the guy second from the left was your favorite? aghhh I literally turned that shit off everytime he started speaking, couldn't stop bringing his own personal life story into every conversation

fucking ffff he tilted me so hard I had to stop watching



is he a regular guest?

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whamm!   Albania. Feb 07 2012 20:43. Posts 11625

Callen is one of Rogan's best friends (they guest from time to time). Eddie Bravo, Joey Diaz, Duncan Trussell, Ari Shaffir. I only like Diaz and Trussell though.


Chris D'elia

full podcast

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terrybunny19240   United States. Feb 07 2012 23:48. Posts 13829

icic


ParadoxPLZ   Canada. Feb 08 2012 00:58. Posts 323


  On February 07 2012 19:00 Night2o1 wrote:
the guy second from the left was your favorite? aghhh I literally turned that shit off everytime he started speaking, couldn't stop bringing his own personal life story into every conversation

fucking ffff he tilted me so hard I had to stop watching



is he a regular guest?



idk i'm referring to the first vid i think
i thought that was joe rogan? or the main dude
he seemed the most level headed so he fit the host role

nthm0nkey @ stars 

julep   Australia. Feb 08 2012 05:23. Posts 1274

the bit on starcraft in this one

http://vimeo.com/30715947

is pretty good


whamm!   Albania. Feb 09 2012 21:31. Posts 11625

2 porn chicks and bryan "redban" podcast

http://vimeo.com/36074314


whamm!   Albania. Feb 12 2012 10:40. Posts 11625

Sick good episode with pure singularity, futurist subject guest Jason Silva
If you're into Sagan, Kurdzwell, Mckenna etc this guest just flows with similar quotes and ideas

Jason's clips on youtube


podcast

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Mariuslol   Norway. Feb 12 2012 12:48. Posts 4741

I've watched a lot of these, thanks for posting them guyz. Some I really liked =]


PuertoRican   United States. Feb 12 2012 19:28. Posts 11531

Good episode with a lot of content that makes you think, featuring Jason Silva: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/20333033

Rekrul is a newb 

Mariuslol   Norway. Feb 12 2012 19:37. Posts 4741

You guys have higher iQ than me, I posted this some months ago. What does this mean!! (after having watched the JAson's clip)

http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/viewmessage.php?topic_id=264540

I'm not sure if I'm liking this lol


whamm!   Albania. Feb 13 2012 22:00. Posts 11625

Deadmau5 on the podcast (popular Canadian DJ)



Russell Peters comes on board after the first hour (he's not really fond of modern "DJs", or just prob a jealous hater)

podcast

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BILAT_POWER!!!   Philippines. Feb 13 2012 22:03. Posts 1525

cool! russel peters is entertaining.


whamm!   Albania. Feb 15 2012 22:14. Posts 11625

Here's the episode: about DMT


Aubrey Marcus (Joe Rogan's close friend business Partner in Onnit labs inc)
His first trip to Peru and his experience, the best account since it's just like knowing a friend and talking with them about it. If you're into DMT, this episode is fantastic



Some parts of this are also about DMT somewhere
Graham Hancock



Hive mind bitches!

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whamm!   Albania. Feb 22 2012 19:01. Posts 11625

Joe's close friend, Duncan Trussell's own podcast has Artosis as his guest in this podcast

Website:
http://duncantrussell.com/



Link to "Starcraft 2 topic podcast"
http://traffic.libsyn.com/lavenderhour/artosisfinal.mp3


PuertoRican   United States. Feb 22 2012 22:24. Posts 11531

^ I once saw Artosis's complete ball sack before, no joke.

Rekrul is a newb 

whamm!   Albania. Feb 24 2012 21:37. Posts 11625

Will Sasso on the Bryan Callen podcast...hilarious!


full podcast 1 hour long


Mariuslol   Norway. Feb 25 2012 05:47. Posts 4741

Is there anywhere like a best of podcast, like his top 30 or something, top 20 maybe.

Fancy the most the ones where it's about "deep" shit.


whamm!   Albania. Feb 28 2012 23:36. Posts 11625

B-Real from Cypress Hill!

podcast part 1
http://vimeo.com/37638436
part 2
http://vimeo.com/37639108




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whamm!   Albania. Feb 28 2012 23:40. Posts 11625

Amy Schumer - solid female comic





podcast
http://vimeo.com/37220910

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El_Tanque   United States. Feb 29 2012 01:23. Posts 348

So I posted a while ago that I have my own radio show, and I am able to record it and play it on Spreaker.

http://www.spreaker.com/page#!/user/tailgatinwithtank/best_show_yet

Tell me what you guys think!! This was much much much better than the show I put up in December.


whamm!   Albania. Mar 14 2012 20:43. Posts 11625

Bald Joe Rogan!

Cool guest Jason Silva returns (futurist)




Aubrey Marcus



Honey Honey




Bryan Callen show featuring Jeremy Piven (Ari)!

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2c0ntent   Egypt. Mar 14 2012 23:53. Posts 1387

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whamm!   Albania. Mar 15 2012 20:08. Posts 11625

lol he tweets : " I finally tapped out to hair loss...."
"But I cheated before I tapped so I didn't really tap out" (had hair transplantaments before totally giving up)

he fought the good fight though lol


whamm!   Albania. Apr 04 2012 20:01. Posts 11625

200 episode. omg i could not stop laughing the whole time. very entertaining, informative and funny with my favorite guest , duncan trusell


whamm!   Albania. Dec 01 2012 07:39. Posts 11625

Health and nutrition expert who will change the way you think about the subject




Sent to prison a couple of years for "helping out" athletes in the 80's onwards (with PEDS). He spills the beans on how EVERYONE is taking PEDS and/or is just circumventing the current laws. Another eye opener





This podcast is interesting because this is where the whole "rape culture" debate and eventual mutual dislike between Joe and his guest


Mariuslol   Norway. Dec 01 2012 07:42. Posts 4741

Damnit, I have too much free time. I've "seen" all these *sob*


Mariuslol   Norway. Dec 01 2012 07:44. Posts 4741


Dave Asprey one definitely most interesting. I checked out lots of his talks and lectures after that, and I maybe read 10 hours or so on his blog lol.

And now, literally, 10 minutes ago I made Ghee lol. I bought 5 packs of the best butter I can find at the store. And I tried clearing it. Not sure if I did a 100% job, some residue, but not much, 99% clear.

Have it to rest now, gonna seal it up, and put it in the fridge afterward. 4 packs only got like 4dl or so xD


whamm!   Albania. Dec 01 2012 08:34. Posts 11625

I still listen regularly just before the market opens, when i take a shit or before going to bed. it's helped me a lot in my life so I can't really let it go when things are already fine. I just pick interesting guests to listen to now and the regular guys like duncan, ari, bravo, diaz, callen and kevin peirera


Mariuslol   Norway. Dec 01 2012 10:32. Posts 4741


Gotten really bored of the comedians for some reason. I kinda feel their wibe. It's most fascinating when you're learning shit and it's fun, it's double pleasure lol.

I liked that Jason Silva guy too, whenever it's someone who's really knowledgable within his domain, some Dr. type or something awesome, those are my favourites xD

Not hating on the friendly comedians, just a lill boring lol


Mariuslol   Norway. Dec 01 2012 10:34. Posts 4741

I'd love to see Neill De Grausse guy, or how you spell it on there, that'd be pretty awesome.

Also be cool if Obama was there, or Oprah lol!!

Maybe Lawrence krauss, or some of them teachers from Nottingham university, awhh, so many good ones to choose from *Head explodes* xD


ParadoxPLZ   Canada. Dec 01 2012 11:49. Posts 323

Excellent podcast: RadioLab
Best post-production Podcast I've ever listened to.

nthm0nkey @ stars 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Dec 01 2012 18:40. Posts 8633


  On December 01 2012 09:34 Mariuslol wrote:
I'd love to see Neill De Grausse guy, or how you spell it on there, that'd be pretty awesome.



idk, i think the podcast is entertaining but joe usually sounds like a moron when he tries to talk about any "serious" topic (i.e. anything besides MMA/comedy). i think neil tyson degrasse would go insane if he had to sit there for 2 hours and explain to joe why he's wrong about something 50 times because he just doesn't get it.

Truck-Crash Life 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Dec 01 2012 18:51. Posts 8633

or to listen to him go "JESUS FUCKING CHRIST" every time he fills his head with a new thought =D

Truck-Crash Life 

Mariuslol   Norway. Dec 02 2012 08:01. Posts 4741

I kinda like it, child like xD

And I think it's cus when ur high things work a little different. SEems like he really thinks it's awesome, so I'm all for it, more ppl like Joe if you ask me lol xD


Target-x17   Canada. Dec 02 2012 12:50. Posts 1027

train all day joe rogan podcast all night

f u bw rock 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Dec 02 2012 15:00. Posts 8633


  On December 02 2012 07:01 Mariuslol wrote:
I kinda like it, child like xD

And I think it's cus when ur high things work a little different. SEems like he really thinks it's awesome, so I'm all for it, more ppl like Joe if you ask me lol xD



i agree basically, for most everyday things it would be awesome to talk to someone like joe. i just think for certain topics like science or philosophy-type stuff where he's out of his element it becomes a little painful to watch at times.

Truck-Crash Life 

PuertoRican   United States. Dec 25 2012 06:13. Posts 11531

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Stim_Abuser   United States. Dec 25 2012 15:08. Posts 7499

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History is definitely an incredible podcast. Probably my favorite since discovering it, even more so than the JRE.

Hey Im slinging mad volume and fat stackin benjies I dont got time for spellin n shit - skinny peteLast edit: 25/12/2012 15:09

LikeASet   United States. Dec 26 2012 01:57. Posts 2111

Dave Asprey one is part bull shit. Guy's view is way too polarizing, claims he couldn't undo his obesity via eating less calories and working out consistently, instead he blamed the toxins and inflammation he had within his system. He's also trying to hype up all these foreign ingredients that have some research for boosting mental and physical performance when in fact he's actually on speed and testosterone. I agree with the point that it's important to get all your vitamins, minerals, complete proteins, and essential fatty acids but I feel like Dave is exaggerating half the time. Gotta take everything anyone says with a grain of salt no matter what, my motto just try to eat as clean as you can, eat a variety, and eat in moderation.

Joe Rogan also had a talk with the Georgio Tsukalos guy from Ancient Aliens and that podcast was actually quite entertaining. I was actually able to take Georgio seriously and I think personally he'd probably be a cool go to know and hang out with.


HaiVan   Bulgaria. Jan 11 2013 22:56. Posts 2083

Niiiiiiiice! NDT is the nuts.

Poker chobo. 

Daut    United States. Jan 11 2013 23:01. Posts 8889

OH BABY NDT

NewbSaibot: 18 TIMES THE SPEED OF LIGHT. Because FUCK YOU, Daut 

PuertoRican   United States. Jan 11 2013 23:44. Posts 11531

Yeah, I just listened to the NDT episode yesterday. I just found out about an awesome app called Stitcher, on my S3.

Rogan's show was the first to pop up in the comedy section on Stitcher.

Although I watch his show on my computer, I can now stop listening to music while traveling to and from school, and listen to Rogan's show instead, and stop watching his show on my computer, which leaves me more time to study~~~

p.s. It's amazing how smart and quick NDT is, I wonder what his parents are/were like.

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Mariuslol   Norway. Jan 12 2013 20:18. Posts 4741

I'm really glad I never was/were a racist, so many ppl where I live are. Now I can feel extra good while enjoying ppl like NDT yay


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jan 14 2013 20:53. Posts 8633


  On January 11 2013 21:56 HaiVan wrote:
Niiiiiiiice! NDT is the nuts.




damn he did go on ;o listening now

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Loco   Canada. Jan 14 2013 22:43. Posts 19982

all this talk about a stupid fucking conspiracy rofl

Those who make a peaceful revolution impossible, will make a violent revolution inevitable. 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jan 14 2013 22:46. Posts 8633

yeah some tilt as expected so far

Truck-Crash Life 

Mariuslol   Norway. Jan 14 2013 23:33. Posts 4741

mm a bit silly at the start, that moon shit, but became really enjoyable toward the end. I do wish he would have prepared a bit more, and gotten some more awesome questions. To push Neil a bit, ask what the latest shit they have found out that's making them go "waat", and what their working on, stuff like that xD


mnj   United States. Jan 15 2013 00:38. Posts 3848


  On January 11 2013 22:44 PuertoRican wrote:
Yeah, I just listened to the NDT episode yesterday. I just found out about an awesome app called Stitcher, on my S3.

Rogan's show was the first to pop up in the comedy section on Stitcher.

Although I watch his show on my computer, I can now stop listening to music while traveling to and from school, and listen to Rogan's show instead, and stop watching his show on my computer, which leaves me more time to study~~~

p.s. It's amazing how smart and quick NDT is, I wonder what his parents are/were like.



some people are just born that way. outliers bro


mnj   United States. Jan 15 2013 00:57. Posts 3848

Joe Rogan prob 100x more successful than me.

qq


whamm!   Albania. Jan 15 2013 01:06. Posts 11625

Rogan stepping back on his early days of constantly advocating that everyone do shrooms and DMT lol. That shit is definitely not for everyone. The podcast is improving over time and mostly now it's about having his best buds or complete strangers who really have something to say - also he's toned down a lot since the first100 episodes.


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jan 26 2013 12:03. Posts 8633

apparently david choe has discovered that martingaling is unbeatable casino strategy and made a small fortune with this revelation

Truck-Crash Life 

whamm!   Albania. Jan 26 2013 15:39. Posts 11625

^^martingale strat is pretty much common sense and I wonder why they ever named that after him. I thnk everyone has thought of that strat even before they looked up it and realized it was invented by mr. martingale


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jan 26 2013 15:46. Posts 8633

yeah he sounds like a super idiot when he talks about his gambling, i like how even someone as retarded as joe is like "wait...what" when he tries to explain his system.

most of the other time he's funny/entertaining though

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whamm!   Albania. Feb 01 2013 22:56. Posts 11625

all athletes take epds
nice podcast for those who loved asprey and victor conte ones (health, nutrition, conditioning)


SpoR   United States. Feb 07 2013 01:09. Posts 1254

If anyone hasn't posted already, Adam & Drew are doing a loveline kinda thing again. http://adamcarolla.com/adamanddrew/

Also, Ace's personal podcast is #1 as usual


Also, I highly recommend everyone to listen to old episodes of loveline from like 2000-2005. I guarantee you will become a better human from listening to these.

ZERG!Last edit: 07/02/2013 01:15

whamm!   Albania. Feb 22 2013 08:40. Posts 11625

jesus christ Dana White in the JRE!


PuertoRican   United States. Apr 23 2013 18:31. Posts 11531




GSP was just on the Joe Rogan show. Their interview finished about 10 minutes or so ago.

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/31871561

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whamm!   Albania. May 08 2013 00:02. Posts 11625

Ok podcasts i like:

Jre
Ten minute podcast - wil sasso, bryan callen and chris d'elia
Pointless - kevin peirera, attack of the show host
Monday morning podcast with bill burr
Norm macdonald - its on youtube
green podcast
Dvdasa - david cho with yoshi and asa akira
Bryan callen show
Sometimes adam corolla, opie and anthony, jay mohr

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PuertoRican   United States. May 08 2013 19:59. Posts 11531

Rekrul is a newb 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jun 11 2013 23:06. Posts 8633

nvm found it mods delete this reply if you want t.t

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SpoR   United States. Jun 15 2013 01:24. Posts 1254

Dr. Drew podcast :
Lots of information on psychology, addiction, diseases, relationships, drugs, political stuff, and interesting guests are usually in the educated science fields or celebrities.
http://drdrew.com/category/podcast/

Adam&Drew Show:
Same great dichotomy from loveline only less callers and more jokes, cursing, and social commentary. Very funny and smart at the same time. Interesting guests in celebrities and comedians etc.
http://adamcarolla.com/adamanddrew/


Startalk:
Neil Degrasse Tyson and all the interesting science/space philosophical stuff he brings with science guests and comedians.
http://www.startalkradio.net/

Stuff You Should Know:
Haven't listened to any of these yet but it's from the site howstuffworks.com
http://www.stuffyoushouldknow.com/podcasts/

Penn's Sunday School:
Penn from the comedy/magic duo running his podcast based on athiesm and philosophy etc. Has interesting political and celebrity guests.
http://pennsundayschool.com/

State Of The Game:
JP McDaniel and other sc2 proliferates talk about esports, sc2, gaming news, and drama.
http://sotg-sc2.blogspot.com/

ZERG! 

PuertoRican   United States. Aug 14 2013 15:41. Posts 11531

Rekrul is a newb 

SmokingDough   Canada. Aug 16 2013 01:13. Posts 365

thought the ian mccall one was quite good.

Blaze it up 

Bigbobm   United States. Aug 27 2013 11:18. Posts 5490

Listening to the newest one with Duane Ludwig. Pretty sure this is Doomer if he got into mma and not bw/poker

Its time to stop thinking like a bitch and think smart like a poker player - ket 

Target-x17   Canada. Aug 27 2013 14:06. Posts 1027

Bout time was like 2 weeks without a podcast

f u bw rock 

PuertoRican   United States. Aug 27 2013 14:13. Posts 11531


  On August 27 2013 10:18 Bigbobm wrote:
Listening to the newest one with Duane Ludwig. Pretty sure this is Doomer if he got into mma and not bw/poker



Rekrul is a newb 

PuertoRican   United States. Sep 26 2013 18:10. Posts 11531

Rekrul is a newb 

PuertoRican   United States. Nov 03 2013 14:58. Posts 11531



Rekrul is a newb 

HaiVan   Bulgaria. Nov 03 2013 16:33. Posts 2083




Sam Harris, awesome.

Poker chobo. 

nerdonpoker   . Nov 03 2013 16:39. Posts 414

Hes suppose to be doing a pod cast with Russell Brand soon. Two witty comics should be some awesome entertainment.


whamm!   Albania. Nov 03 2013 17:58. Posts 11625

Dave Asprey @ JRE 411 for all you haters out there lol


julep   Australia. Nov 03 2013 18:02. Posts 1274

i just started listening to the history of rome podcast.

http://thehistoryofrome.typepad.com/


HaiVan   Bulgaria. Nov 03 2013 19:58. Posts 2083


  On November 03 2013 17:02 julep wrote:
i just started listening to the history of rome podcast.

http://thehistoryofrome.typepad.com/



You should definitely check Dan Carlin's "Hardcore History" if you haven't already and you enjoy history.

Poker chobo. 

Stim_Abuser   United States. Nov 03 2013 20:58. Posts 7499


  On November 03 2013 18:58 HaiVan wrote:
Show nested quote +



You should definitely check Dan Carlin's "Hardcore History" if you haven't already and you enjoy history.


+1

Hardcore History is my favorite podcast ever. So good.

Hey Im slinging mad volume and fat stackin benjies I dont got time for spellin n shit - skinny pete 

hiems   United States. Nov 03 2013 21:07. Posts 1499

Surprised no one on this board is a Stern fan...show lost a lot over the years but still has access to interviews that most other talk shows wouldn't be able to access.


TheHuHu3   United States. Nov 03 2013 21:49. Posts 5544

Alton Browncast if you like food / culinary topics. No homo.

TheHuHu4 coming soon :) 

Spitfiree   Bulgaria. Nov 04 2013 11:10. Posts 8841



Joe Rogan for Halloween :D

 Last edit: 04/11/2013 11:10

PuertoRican   United States. Nov 14 2013 00:22. Posts 11531




Didn't watch it yet, but the previous episode(s) with Graham were good.

Rekrul is a newb 

GogoKodo   Canada. Nov 14 2013 12:21. Posts 217

For gaming stuff I listen to the giant bombcast http://www.giantbomb.com/podcasts/ good mix of humor, game stuff, and some non-game tangents as well.


PuertoRican   United States. Nov 18 2013 23:08. Posts 11531

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Mariuslol   Norway. Nov 18 2013 23:13. Posts 4741

Ohh, I have to make sure I listen to that Sam Harris one!


Skoal   Canada. Dec 06 2013 17:26. Posts 460


PuertoRican   United States. Dec 09 2013 23:25. Posts 11531

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hiems   United States. Dec 09 2013 23:29. Posts 1499

anyone follow dvdasa?


PuertoRican   United States. Dec 19 2013 00:32. Posts 11531

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PuertoRican   United States. Feb 06 2014 20:43. Posts 11531




Interesting chat. I'd recommend listening to it while eating lunch/dinner, or even while playing Flappy Bird.

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thewh00sel    United States. Feb 06 2014 21:44. Posts 2730

Anything by Stefan Molyneux is very good. He has a philosophy podcast with like 1,500+ videos and a call in show every week to help with people's problems. He's an Anarcho-Capitalist Libertarian with a lot of articulate videos on various subjects. He's very pro-peaceful parenting, here's one of his videos on that.



Appearance on Joe Rogan show (there are two, I've only seen one, not sure which this is but I presume it's good if I haven't)


His views on the economy


A government is the most dangerous threat to man’s rights: it holds a legal monopoly on the use of physical force against legally disarmed victims. - Ayn Rand 

TimDawg    United States. Feb 07 2014 02:43. Posts 10188

I don't think it's already been mentioned but for sports, the BS Report by Bill Simmons is pretty good. He brings in various athletes, actors, ect to talk about an assortment of topics. I just recently watched one where he had Colin Kaepernick on as a guest and it was well done



also for just basketball in particular (NBA) the Jalen Rose report is really good

online bob is actually a pretty smart person, not at all like the creepy fucker that sits in the sofa telling me he does nasty shit to me when im asleep - pinball 

PuertoRican   United States. Mar 17 2014 23:57. Posts 11531

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whamm!   Albania. Mar 19 2014 18:49. Posts 11625

The fighter and the kid podcast is one of the best podcasts out there. Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub

http://podbay.fm/show/706421907/e/1395198090?autostart=1


Baalim   Mexico. Mar 20 2014 20:23. Posts 33001


  On February 06 2014 20:44 thewh00sel wrote:
Anything by Stefan Molyneux is very good. He has a philosophy podcast with like 1,500+ videos and a call in show every week to help with people's problems. He's an Anarcho-Capitalist Libertarian with a lot of articulate videos on various subjects. He's very pro-peaceful parenting, here's one of his videos on that.




I remember watching him when he was kind of new to youtube when I was starting having anarchist ideas, he totally helped me to get out of the state delusion

I dont watch him anymore all his damn videos are like 3 hours long and "aint nobody got time for dat"

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JosephCalgary   Canada. Mar 23 2014 14:41. Posts 285

-esmG&index=4

baal u'd like this one
its a columbia professor known for research in drug addiction and drug abuse
he wrote a book called high price

What is the crime for apostasy?! 

JosephCalgary   Canada. Mar 29 2014 22:04. Posts 285

-esmG

What is the crime for apostasy?! 

PuertoRican   United States. Mar 30 2014 03:35. Posts 11531




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Skip to 1:38:30 of the video.

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PuertoRican   United States. May 09 2014 15:15. Posts 11531

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TimDawg    United States. May 10 2014 01:54. Posts 10188


  On March 23 2014 13:41 JosephCalgary wrote:
-esmG&index=4

baal u'd like this one
its a columbia professor known for research in drug addiction and drug abuse
he wrote a book called high price


another podcast I'd recommend is Dope Stories...they actually bring Dr. Carl Hart on for an interview one episode

it's done by one former poker player (Shaniac/Shane Schleger) and one former poker news journalists (Pauly Maguire). they're both pretty interesting people that have pretty interesting/funny stories to tell but in general the podcast is based upon a rational discussion of drug use/drugs in general

http://www.dopestories.com/

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TimDawg    United States. May 10 2014 01:56. Posts 10188

I don't listen to Joe Rogan's podcast a lot but I stumbled upon this and thought maybe some would be interested if they haven't already seen it

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longple    Sweden. May 10 2014 04:05. Posts 4470

carl hart was on joes podcast aswell, good podcast, cool guy =D

one with neil is awesome aswell.

i know alot of guys listen to sam harris so



timdawg, take away the http[s]:blabla in ur link and it works =)

this one is a pretty cool intro to londonreal aswell



jacque fresco legend =D

 Last edit: 10/05/2014 04:07

Mariuslol   Norway. May 10 2014 10:38. Posts 4741

Why don't you go on Joeingram's podcast, longple???


mnj   United States. Jun 02 2014 02:43. Posts 3848


  On March 20 2014 19:23 Baalim wrote:
Show nested quote +



I remember watching him when he was kind of new to youtube when I was starting having anarchist ideas, he totally helped me to get out of the state delusion

I dont watch him anymore all his damn videos are like 3 hours long and "aint nobody got time for dat"


ive watched about 10 videos over the past 6 months. while i generally agree with him and share his economic/political values but in some videos he's almost as bad as the political bull shit u normally hear from radio. when he does come with actual proof it's nice to hear.


whamm!   Albania. Jun 06 2014 01:46. Posts 11625

Best podcast I've heard this week

about money and banking shit - finally clearly explained and easy to understand even for myself

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-n.../34235914?refid=asa&autoplay=true


PuertoRican   United States. Jun 12 2014 20:09. Posts 11531

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whamm!   Albania. Jun 12 2014 20:22. Posts 11625

Anything Bryan Callen is on is great

The fighter and the kid - (fox sports 1 podcast, disappeared from stitcher but can be found on podbay.fm)
The best podcast out there, each episode will make you laugh and some MMA info 1 hour

Ten minute podcast - lasts ten minutes and is hilarious, but you gotta keep updated on the running gags to get entertained

Bryan Callen show - just like the JRE only funnier and more infromative 1 hour


PuertoRican   United States. Jun 29 2014 15:43. Posts 11531


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whamm!   Albania. Jul 22 2014 06:04. Posts 11625

love the fight companion podcasts


Graisseux   Canada. Jul 22 2014 10:14. Posts 474


  On November 03 2013 19:58 Stim_Abuser wrote:
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+1

Hardcore History is my favorite podcast ever. So good.



+1 Needs more love. Also his "Common sense" podcast is very good if you're interested in US politics, and he posts one every ~2 weeks instead of every 3 months for hh.


Daut    United States. Jul 22 2014 15:00. Posts 8889

isaac haxton on rogan today!

starts in a few minutes

http://www.ustream.tv/joerogan

NewbSaibot: 18 TIMES THE SPEED OF LIGHT. Because FUCK YOU, Daut 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jul 22 2014 15:49. Posts 8633

just tuned in to watch the livestream, listened to a few minutes and haxton was stuttering with lots of awkward pauses, having difficulty articulating himself etc.

going to go back and listen to the whole thing later, hope he comes across better overall. was there any reason isaac in particular was chosen to do this?

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bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jul 22 2014 16:23. Posts 8633

tuned in for a bit more

god this is torture...free joeingram lol

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whamm!   Albania. Jul 22 2014 18:28. Posts 11625

iirc haxton is a friend of rogan or a long time poster at the rogan board.


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jul 22 2014 19:06. Posts 8633

listening from the beginning now, about 30 mins in, seems to be coming off better than the other segments i listened to =]

Truck-Crash Life 

PuertoRican   United States. Jul 22 2014 20:34. Posts 11531


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TimDawg    United States. Jul 24 2014 05:18. Posts 10188


  On July 22 2014 14:49 bigredhoss wrote:
just tuned in to watch the livestream, listened to a few minutes and haxton was stuttering with lots of awkward pauses, having difficulty articulating himself etc.

going to go back and listen to the whole thing later, hope he comes across better overall. was there any reason isaac in particular was chosen to do this?


I don't know what you were listening to...I thought complete opposite

online bob is actually a pretty smart person, not at all like the creepy fucker that sits in the sofa telling me he does nasty shit to me when im asleep - pinball 

LikeASet   United States. Jul 24 2014 14:23. Posts 2111


  On July 22 2014 14:49 bigredhoss wrote:
just tuned in to watch the livestream, listened to a few minutes and haxton was stuttering with lots of awkward pauses, having difficulty articulating himself etc.

going to go back and listen to the whole thing later, hope he comes across better overall. was there any reason isaac in particular was chosen to do this?



somewhat agree, way too much self editing on his part, has the longest silent pauses in his speech than any other person I've ever listened to.


Luna_Bluffgood   Germany. Jul 25 2014 03:07. Posts 1216


  On July 24 2014 04:18 TimDawg wrote:
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I don't know what you were listening to...I thought complete opposite


Well there is a pause of a couple of seconds here and there before his answer, which may come of quite awkwardly on a podcast (at least i thought so because I like to turn the screen off to rest my eyes), but overall i think Ike did a very good job. Him taking pauses is just getting his apparent massive amounts of knowledge on basically everything into order. (sometimes I feel Joe should take those same pauses) or him trying to figure out what Joe's ambivalent question ment


I lol'ed though when that "researcher guy" (dont know what his actual job is) in the background said about Tiger Woods that "they say he has about 10 year left in his career to catch Jack Nicholson" :D

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PuertoRican   United States. Jul 25 2014 03:55. Posts 11531

Yeah, Haxton kept pausing while talking during the first hour or so of the podcast, there were 2-3 times where I switched back to look at the YouTube video because I thought it froze, but it was just Haxton pausing before/while talking.

I would have liked it if there was more interesting stuff being talked about, instead of Rogan just asking him basic/newbie questions about poker. I mean, I don't expect Haxton to be super smart like some of Rogan's other guests, but asking the poker related questions that he did was kinda boring imo, probably cuz I already knew about the stuff being asked from other videos I've watched in the past.

Overall, it was cool to see him on the podcast.

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Stim_Abuser   United States. Jul 25 2014 06:00. Posts 7499

Re the Haxton interview... do people really try to read neck pulses in live games? Seems like that'd be hard to do lol.

Hey Im slinging mad volume and fat stackin benjies I dont got time for spellin n shit - skinny pete 

TimDawg    United States. Jul 25 2014 09:26. Posts 10188


  On July 25 2014 05:00 Stim_Abuser wrote:
Re the Haxton interview... do people really try to read neck pulses in live games? Seems like that'd be hard to do lol.


I found that whole discussion super interesting

A lot of the things he said I'm aware of that I do sometimes live. It's a hard thing to control and a lot of the time it will happen to me randomly when I'm bluffing or if I'm very strong. I always wondered why a lot of the live pros just out of nowhere all started wearing scarfs lol

online bob is actually a pretty smart person, not at all like the creepy fucker that sits in the sofa telling me he does nasty shit to me when im asleep - pinball 

MezmerizePLZ    United States. Jul 25 2014 15:07. Posts 2589

I thought Ike articulated very well.. when you're trying to condense poker information into simple talk that anyone listening to Joe Rogan could understand you can't always spout it instantly especially for some of the things Ike was saying. Was glad to see Ike pause before his letting his thoughts out, I was not bothered by it


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jul 25 2014 19:17. Posts 8633


  On July 24 2014 04:18 TimDawg wrote:
Show nested quote +


I don't know what you were listening to...I thought complete opposite


if you read my following post you will see that when i went back and listened to the entire thing i thought he came off pretty well overall.

during the livestream, i basically randomly tuned into his worst 5-10 mins of the podcast.

Truck-Crash Life 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jul 25 2014 19:45. Posts 8633


  On July 25 2014 14:07 MezmerizePLZ wrote:
I thought Ike articulated very well.. when you're trying to condense poker information into simple talk that anyone listening to Joe Rogan could understand you can't always spout it instantly especially for some of the things Ike was saying. Was glad to see Ike pause before his letting his thoughts out, I was not bothered by it



i think he did a good job on some things, and not so much on others.

for ex. i don't remember exactly what he said, but he was responding to something along the lines of "is poker gambling" or "to what extent is poker gambling" or w/e, and i thought his answer was really unnecessarily drawn-out, in a spot where it would be so easy to give an answer that's more concise, and still doesn't lose any of the relevant points of ike's reply (esp. since it's an obvious question you know beforehand is going to come up). can't remember the timestamp but it's toward the beginning i think.

the entirety of the interview was definitely a lot better than my first impression though.

Truck-Crash Life 

whamm!   Albania. Jul 25 2014 20:10. Posts 11625

Haxton is a huge nerd that's why it sucked. It got better towards the end anyway. The interview would've made a lot more sense 7 years ago when poker was really taking off. Still brought back good memories.


Smuft   Canada. Jul 26 2014 03:20. Posts 627

The feeling I got from listening to this talk is very similar to that awkward feeling when a random stranger starts asking me details about playing poker for a living

I like both of these guys a lot but horrible interview this time around

pretty sick how nuts people are going about Ike pausing before he talks, youtube comments section especially


Skoal   Canada. Jul 27 2014 15:38. Posts 460

processing..processing..


whamm!   Albania. Sep 22 2014 02:42. Posts 11625

Wow. Just wow. Even if she's faking it and shit. Watch this Podcast with Bobby Lee and his GF?
God damn David Choe is explicit with his sex questions and Bobby Lee seems pissed
Act or not, this episode really got me to listen to the whole thing lol

 Last edit: 22/09/2014 02:45

PuertoRican   United States. Oct 16 2014 02:32. Posts 11531

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whamm!   Albania. Oct 17 2014 11:12. Posts 11625

Hilarious podcast with Anthony Cumia of Opie and Anthony - he got fired from the show for some twitter rant about blacks (after getting into a fight with a black hooker he was taking pics of in the street) Highly recommended episode if you want some laughs


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Oct 22 2014 17:39. Posts 8633

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/grantland/player?id=11743027

Haralabos Voulgaris was on Simmons/Zach Lowe podcast, pretty enjoyable if you like basketball. he even threw in a subtle reference about Lindgren owing him money lol.

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whamm!   Albania. Oct 22 2014 19:27. Posts 11625

David Choe and his crazy life (again), talks about why he took down his infamous podcast DVDASA. The alleged rapist charge and a lot of other shit. Fun and dark shit.


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Oct 23 2014 16:37. Posts 8633


  On September 22 2014 01:42 whamm! wrote:
Wow. Just wow. Even if she's faking it and shit. Watch this Podcast with Bobby Lee and his GF?
God damn David Choe is explicit with his sex questions and Bobby Lee seems pissed
Act or not, this episode really got me to listen to the whole thing lol




about halfway through this, wtf is that girl doing with bobby lee...lol

Truck-Crash Life 

Baalim   Mexico. Oct 23 2014 20:50. Posts 33001

that podcast was great, that woman is perfect lol

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PuertoRican   United States. Oct 28 2014 22:16. Posts 11531

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PuertoRican   United States. Nov 25 2014 22:51. Posts 11531




Rory made a good point when he stated the obvious about GSP: "I don't think Georges tries to play it safe; he's constantly fighting THE best guy in the world for 10-years in a row -- cuz he's the champ, right? -- so, it's the next guy at his best, peaking for the most important moment in his martial arts career. He's gotta fight that guy for 10 years, or however long he held the belt, in a row; people don't really take that into consideration. He's always gotta be THE best in the world... ...His opponents are not just training for another fight, they're training to be at their best."

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PuertoRican   United States. Dec 01 2014 23:23. Posts 11531




I didn't watch it, but the latest Joe Rogan episode features an interview with Andreas Antonopoulos: "a bitcoin entrepreneur, he also serves on the advisory boards of several bitcoin startups and serves as the Chief Security Officer of Blockchain."

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bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Dec 09 2014 15:13. Posts 8633

vanessa selbst on grantland podcast today: http://grantland.com/podcasts/

Truck-Crash Life 

whamm!   Albania. Dec 09 2014 19:53. Posts 11625

Schaub for sure needs to ditch his shitty camp. Bravo and Ludwig. More Rogan, less Callen when preparing for a fight. His boxing is shit and his movement is probably at the bottom of the HW division. I think he prefers people who he gets along with (butters his ego up always), than really putting together a camp that can elevate him to top 5. Pretty uncomfortable but for me this applies to a broader range of issues with anybody's life (mine included), brutal honesty is so uncomfortable when you feel it's the truth, but not addressing it directly is a disservice to anybody wanting to improve. I remember parts of my life in the earlier days of the JRE where I was so depressed about a lot of stuff and this kind of spiels by Rogan really hit me hard which really made me look into myself and everything I knew was wrong with me but chose not to address. Watch it.


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PuertoRican   United States. Jan 06 2015 17:35. Posts 11531

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whamm!   Albania. Feb 18 2015 13:28. Posts 11625

LOL this guy
sad to read he's already gone RIP but weirdly funny guy

 Last edit: 19/02/2015 03:08

TimDawg    United States. Feb 21 2015 02:20. Posts 10188


  On December 09 2014 14:13 bigredhoss wrote:
vanessa selbst on grantland podcast today: http://grantland.com/podcasts/

nvm...found it

when he's listing her accomplishments, I was waiting for him to say, "she's also well known as being the biggest cunt in all of the poker world"

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LikeASet   United States. Feb 21 2015 04:38. Posts 2111

Ionno been a JRE podcast listener for a while, listen to hundreds of them, but starting to get tired of it. Hate how he can be condescending towards his guests and how he's constantly being hypocritical and contradicting himself, He also gets overly aggressive when expressing his opinions especially about the coming future especially when he has scientific guests on his show. Just a couple episodes ago he tries to shut down one of his guest who has a belief that some people are just naturally prone to being non-sympathetic, sociopaths, etc. due to nature/genetics. Joe kept harping that his guest had no scientific evidence to support his belief of claims while Joe kept saying people are only f'ed up if they had shitty parents or what not and was not giving any sort of scientific studies himself what so ever. I know the show is meant to be casual or more conversational like but Joe needs to be more humble when it comes to fields outside his expertise. It's a shame because I look forward to the episodes where he has a doctor or scientist on the show, but that's usually the eps he f's up.


PuertoRican   United States. Apr 12 2015 21:48. Posts 11531




Since YouTube videos are working again, I guess we can start updating this thread.

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HaiVan   Bulgaria. May 06 2015 23:30. Posts 2083

Hardcore History – Blueprint for Armageddon VI - the final installment is out.

http://www.dancarlin.com/

Over 4 hours, dis gun b gud!

Poker chobo. 

Stim_Abuser   United States. May 08 2015 13:03. Posts 7499


  On May 06 2015 22:30 HaiVan wrote:
Hardcore History – Blueprint for Armageddon VI - the final installment is out.

http://www.dancarlin.com/

Over 4 hours, dis gun b gud!




grrr, I don't see it!

edit: got it. wooo, best podcast on the net!

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whamm!   Albania. May 08 2015 18:44. Posts 11625

The tim ferriss podcast is a great one.


Raidern   Brasil. May 09 2015 16:16. Posts 4224

what you guys do while listening to a 3h podcast?

im a regular at nl5 

Stim_Abuser   United States. May 10 2015 23:52. Posts 7499

^ Usually listen to it on long drives or while im going to sleep.

Hey Im slinging mad volume and fat stackin benjies I dont got time for spellin n shit - skinny pete 

Trav94   Canada. May 11 2015 01:19. Posts 1747


  On May 09 2015 15:16 Raidern wrote:
what you guys do while listening to a 3h podcast?



poker?


TimDawg    United States. May 27 2015 11:50. Posts 10188

Joe Rogan just had a really cool pod with pro Counter Strike gamer Justin Gilbert

They talk a lot about Twitch and even spend some time talking about poker. Would def recommend listening and I usually don't listen to many Joe Rogan pods

online bob is actually a pretty smart person, not at all like the creepy fucker that sits in the sofa telling me he does nasty shit to me when im asleep - pinball 

iop   Sweden. May 27 2015 15:09. Posts 4944


  On May 09 2015 15:16 Raidern wrote:
what you guys do while listening to a 3h podcast?



Long drives, or if I'm out taking a power walk in the morning/evening.

Milkman lol i didnt spend half a thousand on a phone so i could play it cool and be all stealth 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. May 27 2015 15:43. Posts 8633


  On May 27 2015 10:50 TimDawg wrote:
Joe Rogan just had a really cool pod with pro Counter Strike gamer Justin Gilbert

They talk a lot about Twitch and even spend some time talking about poker. Would def recommend listening and I usually don't listen to many Joe Rogan pods



+1 listened to that (or most of it) and enjoyed it, i don't even give a fuck about CS or other shooters.

Truck-Crash Life 

Smuft   Canada. May 27 2015 17:24. Posts 627


  On May 27 2015 10:50 TimDawg wrote:
Joe Rogan just had a really cool pod with pro Counter Strike gamer Justin Gilbert

They talk a lot about Twitch and even spend some time talking about poker. Would def recommend listening and I usually don't listen to many Joe Rogan pods



+1 pretty interesting to see Joe's reaction to twitch and esports, I feel like it's kind of representative of the reaction the mainstream will have to it as well

I went dark and almost rage quit when n0thing said "starcraft players could probably play with any mouse", seems like an alright guy and good esports representative overall though

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sniderstyle   United States. May 27 2015 21:39. Posts 2045

Nobodys mentioned the Podfather? The original Podcast, the one that started them all. All hail to the great Karl Pilkington:


Genginho: lose today 100 dollar only because of fishs they called and had luck on river 

Trav94   Canada. May 27 2015 22:05. Posts 1747


  On May 27 2015 10:50 TimDawg wrote:
Joe Rogan just had a really cool pod with pro Counter Strike gamer Justin Gilbert

They talk a lot about Twitch and even spend some time talking about poker. Would def recommend listening and I usually don't listen to many Joe Rogan pods



Yea, this was pretty good


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. May 28 2015 00:35. Posts 8633


  On May 27 2015 20:39 sniderstyle wrote:
Nobodys mentioned the Podfather? The original Podcast, the one that started them all. All hail to the great Karl Pilkington:



i didnt even know he had a podcast but 15 mins into the one you posted now and it's hilarious, LOL. thanks for posting.

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Rinny   United States. Jun 11 2015 04:18. Posts 598

I really like Joe Rogan when he's talking about stuff I don't know about, but when he talks about computer science and A.I i always pick out a bunch of errors / misconceptions. It makes me worry about the validity of the other stuff he says.


Rinny   United States. Jun 11 2015 04:31. Posts 598

Listened to this up until the 4th crusade http://historyofthecrusades.webs.com/ i know it's really niche but the lady who does it has a really relaxing voice and it's interesting stuff, some IRL game of thrones


PuertoRican   United States. Jul 29 2015 05:00. Posts 11531




The 2 guys in this episode are the 2 main guys from MixedMartialArts.com (the Underground).

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PuertoRican   United States. Sep 01 2015 05:28. Posts 11531

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TimDawg    United States. Oct 23 2015 08:17. Posts 10188

SOMETHING BESIDES MMA PR JESUS FUCK

online bob is actually a pretty smart person, not at all like the creepy fucker that sits in the sofa telling me he does nasty shit to me when im asleep - pinball 

whamm!   Albania. Oct 29 2015 15:22. Posts 11625

^^ that episode was unbearable as fuck. Schaub trying too hard to Rogan/Callen. He should just talk about fights where he actually has some experience


PuertoRican   United States. Oct 29 2015 21:02. Posts 11531


  On October 23 2015 07:17 TimDawg wrote:
SOMETHING BESIDES MMA PR JESUS FUCK



I'm the only person who has posted a video in this thread since July 2015.

Share some of the interesting podcasts you've come across instead of crying about the podcasts I post.

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whamm!   Albania. Jul 20 2016 01:04. Posts 11625

Great and entertaining podcast. Probably my favorite gay guy right now (no homo)
Covers PC, SJW, Feminazi bullshit, Islam all the good stuff lol

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Baalim   Mexico. Jul 20 2016 03:36. Posts 33001

Milo is pretty funny, he loves ratting easily offended people

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MezmerizePLZ    United States. Jul 20 2016 08:21. Posts 2589

I'm a bit surprised at Milo's abortion stance. Pretty hilarious podcast


RiKD    United States. Jul 20 2016 08:40. Posts 5641

This guy is great. Definitely do not agree with everything he is saying but he has brought up some great points I have not thought about. Also, he says (and can partially get away) with saying some really awesome truths that I just can't or I suppose won't go near. Good shit. Thanks.


whamm!   Albania. Jul 20 2016 14:21. Posts 11625

yeah he's really out there a lot of the time, but he does explain himself extremely well sometimes that you tend to forgive him for being an asshole haha


TimDawg    United States. Jul 20 2016 18:39. Posts 10188

he just got banned permanently from Twitter lolz

online bob is actually a pretty smart person, not at all like the creepy fucker that sits in the sofa telling me he does nasty shit to me when im asleep - pinball 

whamm!   Albania. Jul 21 2016 01:34. Posts 11625

Yeah I wonder why they took so long haha. He definitely could have his own podcast but I don't think sponsors would flock to him knowing some of what he says is pretty damn outrageous. Very clever guy though


Baalim   Mexico. Jul 21 2016 04:09. Posts 33001


  On July 20 2016 07:21 MezmerizePLZ wrote:
I'm a bit surprised at Milo's abortion stance. Pretty hilarious podcast



He is religious, Its hard to believe intelligent people who dont take the norm as rule can actually fall for such a ridiculous belief tbh.

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whamm!   Albania. Jul 21 2016 05:02. Posts 11625

I really think he just pretends to be religious to appear more controversial. Almost everything he says and represents is kind of "sinful"


RiKD    United States. Jul 21 2016 05:57. Posts 5641

From that podcast I do not know if we can say if he believes the Bible is fact. He is definitely pro-Christianity. I gathered he is also very much pro-fame and money. He is definitely a very unique individual, clever, speaks well. A right wing purple cow for sure. Basically, it would baffle me that someone that sharp would actually believe the Bible mythology as factual but I have been wrong and baffled before.

I almost want to start a thread on stuff they talked about.

Is there any science on developing babies? If the baby does not have a heart or a brain is it really a human? Without any factual science to the contrary it does seem like murder. I have murdered mice because they were fucking around eating my food. I do not know if that is a good reason. I have murdered fish because it is fun catching them and they are a good food. I am going to back that decision 100% as long as it is responsible fishing. What's the problem with murdering a blob of cells so it does not completely fuck up my life?

I definitely agree that it is fucked up if women are bragging about their abortions. Help someone who is thinking about it or has gong through it sure but otherwise yikes.

Damn, I am thankful I have not been through that myself (yet...) My suggestion to others so far has been, "I am here for you. I am pro-choice but you have to make the choice."

Transgender as a mental health issue was really interesting to me. I never thought about that. Likely much better to work with a therapist. That is a very radical change and 40% unhappy about it is not good. From my experience with LGBT many would be appalled at transgender as a mental health issue but that is something where I am like hmm, there could be something there. I am sure at one point bigots thought being gay was a mental illness and Mike Pence still to this day strongly believes in gay conversion. Oh well.

Immigration. I do not know where I stand on this topic. I just don't. I have thought about going way left where we let everyone in and educate and integrate and accept but that seems crazy. I have thought about going way right and not letting anyone in and just deporting everyone but that is crazy too. I have never heard an immigration policy that makes sense or that I was like "yeah, that seems decent." Maybe some of the euros who have been dealing with it a lot can chime in?


Loco   Canada. Jul 21 2016 20:24. Posts 19982


  On July 21 2016 03:09 Baalim wrote:
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He is religious, Its hard to believe intelligent people who dont take the norm as rule can actually fall for such a ridiculous belief tbh.


Somewhere in the first hour he does mention that religion acts as an anchor for people to make sense out of a chaotic world. Obviously if he doesn't realize that this applies to him as well then he's far less intelligent than you people give him credit for.

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Baalim   Mexico. Jul 22 2016 02:30. Posts 33001


  On July 21 2016 19:24 Loco wrote:
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Somewhere in the first hour he does mention that religion acts as an anchor for people to make sense out of a chaotic world. Obviously if he doesn't realize that this applies to him as well then he's far less intelligent than you people give him credit for.



It wouldnt surprise me as someone suggested earlier that in fact he wasnt religious, he says it himself in the podcast that he loves playing devils advocate and he is a huge cynic and he doesn't mean half the shit that he says (like when he says you cannot be transphobe because fearing them is not irrational), just like a modern Oscar Wilde, you have to read between lines because they find cynicism extremely funny.

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Loco   Canada. Jul 25 2016 03:18. Posts 19982

That might be a reasonable assumption to make if he wasn't literally wearing his faith around his neck.

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Baalim   Mexico. Jul 26 2016 00:07. Posts 33001


  On July 25 2016 02:18 Loco wrote:
That might be a reasonable assumption to make if he wasn't literally wearing his faith around his neck.



True.. its more likely he is just religious than the ultimate cynic

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impact69   Mexico. Aug 19 2016 07:05. Posts 306

https://youtu.be/JGakNyTMyNY?t=3649


Retard LOL.


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bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Sep 05 2016 00:29. Posts 8633

as i was reading up on the beef between Ben86 and WCGRider youtube recommended to me this interview of RYAN DAUT:



i haven't had time to watch most of it, just a few mins where he talks about Ethereum at the 1 hr 40ish mark (if you go to the actual youtube link there's timestamps for different topics). 3.5 hours is a long fucking time :S

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PuertoRican   United States. Oct 14 2016 23:17. Posts 11531

Rekrul is a newb 

NewbSaibot   United States. Oct 15 2016 03:20. Posts 4836

Is it still presumed that Dan's poker background is all BS meant as a cover for inheriting his fathers illicit funds?

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whamm!   Albania. Oct 15 2016 04:07. Posts 11625

54million dollars in one game? lol come on.


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  On October 15 2016 03:07 whamm! wrote:
54million dollars in one game? lol come on.

yeah thats like supposed to be his explanation to the fed's or irs or whatever about his sudden windfall bank account balance "i won it all in a private home poker game in one night but I cant tell you from who or where to protect their anonymity".

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RiKD    United States. Oct 15 2016 10:01. Posts 5641

I do not think Dan's poker background is bullshit. I do think the omission of any inheritance from his father's illicit funds is bull shit. What evidence do I really have though? I do not condemn him if he is lying. We are all the sum of our brains and our environments. I do think he is living authentically. It is fun peering into that way of living.


whamm!   Albania. Oct 28 2016 00:10. Posts 11625

I'm really cynical of all the POKER parts of the podcast though. I dunno man, the way he talks about poker is like some guy who just discovered the "aha moment" after playing 10nl for a long time lol. His thoughts on the game seems very 2007 and it's like hearing myself talk about poker to someone I know who knows nothing while trying to impress that person.


impact69   Mexico. Oct 28 2016 00:30. Posts 306

Halarabob confirmed in joey's podcast that Dan beat some guy for $50M.


impact69   Mexico. Oct 28 2016 00:32. Posts 306


  On October 27 2016 23:10 whamm! wrote:
I'm really cynical of all the POKER parts of the podcast though. I dunno man, the way he talks about poker is like some guy who just discovered the "aha moment" after playing 10nl for a long time lol. His thoughts on the game seems very 2007 and it's like hearing myself talk about poker to someone I know who knows nothing while trying to impress that person.




He coulnd't beat nl10, that doesn't mean anything, since he only plays against amateurs.



whamm!   Albania. Oct 28 2016 06:05. Posts 11625

According to the podcast, directly from DB:

*He started out a broke college guy
*Made some money playing poker(?)
*Then got to be friends with some movie guys, how did he get a BR for that?
He could have won 50m over months vs some guy(if already had money like some say he has from his dad), but his story of building everything he has around poker and from that getting action from some billionaire dude nobody's heard of is B.S.

Joe just didn't ask any questions about his story since he knows nothing about poker


bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Oct 28 2016 07:28. Posts 8633


  On October 27 2016 23:30 impact69 wrote:
Halarabob confirmed in joey's podcast that Dan beat some guy for $50M.



kind of ironic given Haralabob's story about how he got his money.

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Baalim   Mexico. Oct 28 2016 17:24. Posts 33001


  On October 15 2016 02:20 NewbSaibot wrote:
Is it still presumed that Dan's poker background is all BS meant as a cover for inheriting his fathers illicit funds?



Its not just presumed its absolutely obvious with anybody with the slightest clue in poker.

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Baalim   Mexico. Nov 30 2016 12:01. Posts 33001

Out of 887 episodes this might be the very best one from Rogan:




Jordan Peterson is brilliant

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Loco   Canada. Dec 01 2016 03:39. Posts 19982

I hope your statement isn't implying that you've listened to all of them

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RiKD    United States. Dec 01 2016 04:50. Posts 5641

I had a 3 hour drive the other day and was looking for a JRE and none of them looked any good. Where the hell was this one?!?!

I ended up listening to Moderat - Moderat, Tool - Lateralus, and Sam Harris 1st ask him anything podcast and it was pretty sweet but a cool JRE fits so perfectly for that drive.


whamm!   Albania. Dec 01 2016 05:46. Posts 11625


  On November 30 2016 11:01 Baalim wrote:
Out of 887 episodes this might be the very best one from Rogan:




Jordan Peterson is brilliant



I enjoyed this podcast very much. One of those I'll listen to more than once.


Baalim   Mexico. Dec 01 2016 06:12. Posts 33001


  On December 01 2016 02:39 Loco wrote:
I hope your statement isn't implying that you've listened to all of them



fuck no, I've probably listened to 10 lol I was just making a non-factual phrase for dramatism

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RiKD    United States. Dec 01 2016 23:49. Posts 5641

Man, I am halfway through. I really like this discussion. First thing that jumps out that I like is that we are currently in the least flawed system to date. It has major flaws but it is the least flawed system. It might just be semantics but I disagree that we do not need revolution. Well, I should say I think revolution would be beneficial. I am totally with Peterson though in that we do not need a revolution of the kind the feminine studies activist are looking for and definitely not what the Marxists are looking for. I just realized today that I am rusty on anarchy and have 2 books waiting to be read: "Anarchy, State, and Utopia" and "The Libertarian Ideal." This inspired me to get my positions real sharp and engage.

I also liked what Peterson had to say about universities. Awesome stuff. Also, very fucked up that that is the state of things. LOL on the social psychology too. I was told never to trust it by someone who had a degree in the field. Now I am getting riled up just as Peterson was. Rogan does a decent job of mostly staying out of the way.


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MezmerizePLZ    United States. Dec 04 2016 10:59. Posts 2589


  On November 30 2016 11:01 Baalim wrote:
Out of 887 episodes this might be the very best one from Rogan:




Jordan Peterson is brilliant



listened to this, was gud.


whamm!   Albania. Feb 02 2017 08:48. Posts 11625

Joe and Alex had some small misunderstanding but finally they've squashed that leading up to this GIANT podcast. For the first time you see Alex not as some boss of his show, but how he gets called out by Eddie Bravo on some shit like his Y2k predictions and how he got it wrong. He almost totally acts like a regular person and does come off here as just any other dude with some huge platform (like Joe). He explains and clears up a ton of shit being shown about him plus a lot of the Anti-Trump propaganda, MSM, Pizzagate and Pedophilia ring of the Clintons which for me does not sound crazy at all after watching. This is probably the best episode of the JRE ever. If you want to see Alex Jones the plain dude, watch this.
They smoke weed and drink whisky too! Btw, he is not just some guest, Joe and Alex have known each other for almost 20 years, they've kinda drifted apart but it's great to see how they've completely turned into two of the biggest podcasts in the internet
Some pre-show bullshit

Full Podcast

 Last edit: 02/02/2017 08:50

Baalim   Mexico. Feb 03 2017 10:32. Posts 33001

for fucks sake... he believes in HAARP, fake moon landing and the most ridiculous shit ever.

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LikeASet   United States. Feb 03 2017 22:01. Posts 2111

I wish Alex Jones was one of my crazy uncles.


Liquid`Drone   Norway. Feb 03 2017 23:16. Posts 2844

Alex Jones is completely bonkers but he's also entertaining as hell. And his voice is awesome lol

lol POKER 

Mortensen8   Chad. Feb 03 2017 23:38. Posts 1761

You just need to be more woke Baal

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PuertoRican   United States. Feb 04 2017 00:36. Posts 11531


  On February 02 2017 07:48 whamm! wrote:
Joe and Alex had some small misunderstanding but finally they've squashed that leading up to this GIANT podcast. For the first time you see Alex not as some boss of his show, but how he gets called out by Eddie Bravo on some shit like his Y2k predictions and how he got it wrong. He almost totally acts like a regular person and does come off here as just any other dude with some huge platform (like Joe). He explains and clears up a ton of shit being shown about him plus a lot of the Anti-Trump propaganda, MSM, Pizzagate and Pedophilia ring of the Clintons which for me does not sound crazy at all after watching. This is probably the best episode of the JRE ever. If you want to see Alex Jones the plain dude, watch this.
They smoke weed and drink whisky too! Btw, he is not just some guest, Joe and Alex have known each other for almost 20 years, they've kinda drifted apart but it's great to see how they've completely turned into two of the biggest podcasts in the internet
Full Podcast


I bookmarked it for later, since I currently don't have 4 hours to kill on a single podcast.

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Baalim   Mexico. Feb 04 2017 05:59. Posts 33001


  On February 03 2017 22:38 Mortensen8 wrote:





LOLOL and Eddie Bravo is a huge conspiracy theorist with daft beliefs and he still stares at Alex like "you are crazy af"

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whamm!   Albania. Feb 04 2017 07:12. Posts 11625

really enjoyed the hell out of that one.


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TimDawg    United States. Feb 06 2017 23:54. Posts 10188

I had no idea who Alex Jones was until looking at this thread but I was thoroughly entertained with those last couple videos posted lmaoo

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makan18   Poland. Feb 07 2017 04:43. Posts 65

I recommend You guys watching episodes with Bill Burr, great stuff

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whamm!   Albania. May 11 2017 08:53. Posts 11625

This was kind of fascinating to listen to

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RiKD    United States. May 11 2017 15:29. Posts 5641

YES! I want to move to Canada and sneak into Jordan Peterson's classes.


whamm!   Albania. May 14 2017 14:09. Posts 11625

Baal you will love this dude, finally getting on the JRE next
Most fun and sense I've heard from an anarchist, back when he was frequently in Bryan Callen's show years ago

 Last edit: 14/05/2017 14:10

whamm!   Albania. May 16 2017 01:48. Posts 11625

If any of you guys loved the Ten Minute Podcast, you'll enjoy this one by Chris De'lia just doing rants all by himself. This ep in particular is hilarious and most of his other eps are solid so far



 Last edit: 16/05/2017 01:51

Mortensen8   Chad. Jun 04 2017 21:58. Posts 1761

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Loco   Canada. Jan 09 2019 03:38. Posts 19982

Those who make a peaceful revolution impossible, will make a violent revolution inevitable. 

Baalim   Mexico. Jan 09 2019 10:58. Posts 33001


  On May 14 2017 13:09 whamm! wrote:
Baal you will love this dude, finally getting on the JRE next
Most fun and sense I've heard from an anarchist, back when he was frequently in Bryan Callen's show years ago




wat, I never saw this

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LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Jan 11 2019 19:23. Posts 14809

https://www.heart.co.uk/podcasts/the-positivity-podcast-paul-mckenna/~

Yes Mckenna is a quack
Praising positivity and hooked on painkillers

But if you like the msuic industry and Simon Cowell this is a must

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whammbot   Belarus. Jan 12 2019 02:53. Posts 373


  On January 09 2019 09:58 Baalim wrote:
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wat, I never saw this


I forgot who this was about. The pic is gone
Only guy I can think about is Michael Malice

I think I'll subscribe to Anthony Cumias network. I tried listening to 40 minute free excerpts and couldn't stop laughing. It feels like Opie and Anthony + Old JRE . 8 dollars a month though but it's just hilarious and doesnt have political bullshit every podcast seems to have on. The only political news is given by Michael Malice who is a guy i find so entertaining. Cumia is such an underrated comic its unbelievable, the guy just talks about his life mostly playing video games, gambling and doing retarded bs haha



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TimDawg    United States. Jan 17 2019 06:05. Posts 10188

Kanye going to be on Joe Rogan's podcast lol

should be an interesting listen

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Loco   Canada. Jan 17 2019 12:12. Posts 19982


  On January 12 2019 01:53 whammbot wrote:
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I forgot who this was about. The pic is gone




It was Dave Smith, a libertarian, not an anarchist.

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Baalim   Mexico. Jan 18 2019 05:10. Posts 33001

Mike Tyson in JRE... sweet

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Baalim   Mexico. Feb 07 2019 09:26. Posts 33001

Do any of you guys know some educational-type bussiness podcasts I can listen while grinding poker?

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Baalim   Mexico. Feb 07 2019 09:27. Posts 33001

mmm or perhaps audiobooks?

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RiKD    United States. Feb 07 2019 17:13. Posts 5641

Which segment of business are you looking for?

I donated all my business books to the library except Whatcha Gonna Do With That Duck? By Seth Godin. Most of his catalog is pretty great but The Purple Cow in particular is a must read. I am a little reluctant to give a fascist enabler the keys to the Dark Arts of Marketing but I am not sure if any of his books can be found in audiobook format so lol.


Baalim   Mexico. Feb 10 2019 01:57. Posts 33001

im starting a high end furniture manufacturing business

btw I dont want anything related to marketing, my girl has a degree on marketing.

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Loco   Canada. Feb 12 2019 17:13. Posts 19982


  Current Affairs editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson sits down with the Patron Saint of Current Affairs, himself: Noam Chomsky!

Topics discussed include: consciousness, the limits of human knowledge, Steven Pinker, Jordan Peterson, academia, artificial intelligence and more.





------------

Watching now. Pretty disappointing interview so far. Fairly superficial and not focusing on Chomsky' strengths. The part on free will and determinacy/randomness is a bit of a joke. Chomsky reveals a pretty massive hole in his knowledge-base to think we haven't made any advance beyond this dichotomy in the past two thousand years. It seems like he paid zero attention throughout his career to the work that was done in second-order cybernetics (which is odd because I know he attended some conferences that had cyberneticians in them). He also confuses 'Mysterianism' with something else. It's not about human beings not having constraints and limits in understanding, it is precisely about the limits imposed on our ability to understand consciousness. Mysterians claim that we can never understand 'the hard problem of consciousness', because it is scientifically inaccessible for some reason.

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TimDawg    United States. Feb 22 2019 02:35. Posts 10188


  On January 18 2019 04:10 Baalim wrote:
Mike Tyson in JRE... sweet

really enjoyed that one

the pod Joe had with Teddy Atlas was also one of my all time favorites. Bill Simmons just came out with a pod with Bob Arum about a week ago that was excellent as well

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Loco   Canada. Feb 26 2019 00:35. Posts 19982

Those who make a peaceful revolution impossible, will make a violent revolution inevitable. 

RiKD    United States. Feb 28 2019 20:10. Posts 5641


  On February 10 2019 00:57 Baalim wrote:
im starting a high end furniture manufacturing business

btw I dont want anything related to marketing, my girl has a degree on marketing.



I still think you or your girl should read Purple Cow. It's a pretty easy read and extremely valuable.

I also just thought of getting familiar with the Eight disciplines problem solving. At the corporation I worked at there was a manufacturing plant in Ohio that did all of the high end product lines. They were well-versed in 8D as well as the project managers, engineers, scientists and salesmen. The CEO decided to close down that plant and so all of those product lines went to a cheap, large volume plant near Chicago. Well, let me tell you that the situation was beyond fucked. Luckily, some of the more progressive people in some important positions bought into what we were doing at the specialty, high end shop in Ohio and eventually it got better. People were fired. People were moved. More money was spent on 8D education and implementation. I will say I ran into similar problems when dealing with subsidiaries of the corporation that had no knowledge of 8D. There was a small brick manufacturer that kept fucking up in the same way over and over and over again and I had to spend the day with the President of the company to actually make any ground in solving the problem. 8D becomes even more important the higher end the product is. We had some shapes that cost $10,000 to produce. It is tough to make a profit if manufacturing is consistently fucking up (in typically the same repeatable way) even if the margin is sky high. So, I am sure there are many ways to solve a problem but 8D worked in theory and practice from my experiences.


Baalim   Mexico. Mar 01 2019 01:29. Posts 33001

I'll look into it, thx

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VanDerMeyde   Norway. Mar 01 2019 19:43. Posts 4950

:D 

lucky331   . Mar 05 2019 06:41. Posts 1124

is eddie bravo and alex jones friends in real life?


Baalim   Mexico. Mar 05 2019 09:33. Posts 33001

I dont think Alex is acting, he might let himself go on rants because people like that, but I think he is legitimally mentally ill with serious paranoid and schizoid personality disorders

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ggplz   Sweden. Mar 05 2019 12:27. Posts 16640

That Alex Jones podcast confirms that he's mentally ill and needs help. But at the same time, I laughed my ass off the whole way through because it's so absurd.

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Baalim   Mexico. Mar 06 2019 04:24. Posts 33001

the success of his show has made his illness progress rapidly, he used to make antigovernment rants about corrupt politicians and truth but now he is just delirious.

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PuertoRican   United States. Mar 06 2019 04:25. Posts 11531

Alex Jones seemed more tame during his recent appearance on the JRE. Funny, yet crazy guy.

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spets1   Australia. Mar 09 2019 12:17. Posts 2116

I loved it.

Having meet8ngs with aliens on dmt and ahuyasca sounds fun

hola 

Mortensen8   Chad. Mar 10 2019 00:29. Posts 1761

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blackjacki2   United States. Mar 10 2019 01:17. Posts 2201

Honestly never knew much about Joe Rogan outside of his hosting Fear Factor and commentating UFC. I always thought of him as a small-man-syndrome douchebag based on the way he got into an argument with some random on myspace and bragged about all his money or whatever it was. Gave his podcast a try after it came across my youtube recommended videos and it's actually pretty decent. I really like his interviewing style.


lucky331   . Mar 10 2019 01:54. Posts 1124

his podcast with jamie foxx was one of the better ones. didn't know foxx was really cool. thought he was just the typical black dude.


Santafairy   Korea (South). Mar 10 2019 16:14. Posts 1533

^wow

it's 2019 come on

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TimDawg    United States. Mar 12 2019 07:49. Posts 10188


  On March 10 2019 00:17 blackjacki2 wrote:
Honestly never knew much about Joe Rogan outside of his hosting Fear Factor and commentating UFC. I always thought of him as a small-man-syndrome douchebag based on the way he got into an argument with some random on myspace and bragged about all his money or whatever it was. Gave his podcast a try after it came across my youtube recommended videos and it's actually pretty decent. I really like his interviewing style.


Yeah back in the Fear Factor days I never knew much about Joe besides that. I randomly started checking his pod out 3-4 years ago when he had some guests that really interested me. He has really gotten very proficient at interviewing guests. I love the fact that he has such a wide variety of people that come from extremely different backgrounds. He's very good at letting the guest make their points/arguments and then countering with factual based information.

Some of my favorite guests that you can go back on Youtube and listen to are in no order: Kid Cudi, Teddy Atlas, Jocko Willink, Bill Burr, Georges St. Pierre (most recent one), & Anthony Bourdain

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blackjacki2   United States. Mar 12 2019 11:43. Posts 2201

Thanks for the recommendations. I'm driving from Florida to Reno next week so I will definitely have time to check these out


Loco   Canada. Mar 12 2019 20:20. Posts 19982

"countering with factual based information" lol. Joe Rogan isn't where you go for learns, he's an entertainer. He's good at what he does (talking), but often his biases are all over the place and he pushes a fair amount of misinformation. There's been a running joke in the comments for a while about him changing his personality to suit the views of the person he has on his show. He rarely pushes back on his guests when he should, except if they argue for the dumbest shit, like Dave Rubin when he argued for anarcho-capitalism or that clueless NYT journalist he had on recently who was smearing people she doesn't know with insults that she didn't know the definitions of lmao. He has so many people on that sometimes they are total idiots like Mikhaila Peterson that nobody should be paying attention to, but he occasionally has really good guests. If you steer clear of his nutrition and politics-heavy episodes, you should be good.

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Baalim   Mexico. Mar 13 2019 00:18. Posts 33001

Actually I agree with many things Loco said about JRE, although I think hyper-confrontation isn't the way to go in most cases or people will come to your podcast in a defensive position or not come at all, he recieved criticism for how soft he was with Jack Dorsey and I think he handled it correctly the 2nd time, confrontation was needed so he invited a 3rd party much better prepared than himself.

He only is confrontational when it comes about defending drugs and discussing conspiracies, but he usually keeps things entretaining and make his hosts feel comfortable and given how long podcasts are I thing these are extremely important.



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whammbot   Belarus. Mar 13 2019 02:41. Posts 373

I only loved the JRE till the Redban era ended. When Jamie took over it just turned into this socio-political platform for bros. Lots of my favorite guests no longer go on there for fear they might say something offensive and get run out of their careers. The only guys who go on there that I like are Brendan, Bryan and Bravo (who dgaf), Brendan and Bryan are still able to pander to the larger audience without really looking too careful about shit they say. Bravo gets too much hate for being crazy but that's just because he still talks like it's the JRE 2009 where you can say crazy shit to friends and not get any blowback.

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Loco   Canada. Mar 13 2019 02:55. Posts 19982

All about the benjamins. Confrontational podcasts would earn him a lot less money, since he'd have much fewer guests. People know they can go on there and expect to be given a huge audience and a pretty easy time. Unless you're a scientologist or something. Even if you're a vegan, you're usually spared his most annoying beliefs, as long as you're not "preachy".

I saw some of that Twitter podcast with grifter extraordinaire Tim Pool, oh god... that is exactly where Joe Rogan is at his worst. He has a lot of pretend-to-be health experts and pretend-to-be "politically woke" people on his show; Tim Pool is one of them (a guy pretending to be a real journalist). Here's a picture of him without his hat on:

+ Show Spoiler +





  On March 13 2019 01:41 whammbot wrote:
turned into this socio-political platform for bros..



Oprah for bros

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Baalim   Mexico. Mar 13 2019 03:59. Posts 33001

Nah, I had only seen Tim once before that but he did a good job confronting the PR bot giving generic evasive answers, since that was the whole purpose of the 2nd podcast since Joe got so much heat for letting Dorsey off lightly about its leftist censorship bias.

There was a particularly good one when the woman claimed one of the reasons they banned the Proud Boys was because they were labeled a terrorist orgnization by the US gov, and Tim informed them that they are infact not labeled as a terrorist organization, but that Homeland security has infact labeled Antifa as a domestic terrorist org


  On March 13 2019 01:41 whammbot wrote:
Lots of my favorite guests no longer go on there for fear they might say something offensive and get run out of their careers.



when has that ever happened?

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whammbot   Belarus. Mar 13 2019 05:37. Posts 373

Duncan mentioned it once to Redban in another pod, they described how large the podcast has become with a kind of fearful tone, Bravo talks about it with Tripoli a lot. Joey and Ari doesn't really go on as much. Those guys were regulars back then if nobody else was available. One thing I've noticed though, each time Joe gets under fire he goes back to his old buddies (Redban or Ari) for an episode or two before going back to regular programming. It could be coincidence but it's happened more than once. Rogan has literally gotten way too big now that he's really in the national conversation in a sense.

He had on Nick Depaulo recently again and I think he's never getting on there again lol. Owen Benjamin is nuts and I was actually surprised Joe gambled on Alex but that was sort of a survival episode for both of them as they were under fire for different reasons. Back then those mentioned would be considered buddy guests and nobody would care what they said.

Lastly, Joe always talked about "fuck you money" before and that he was thinking of doing way less things, also mentioned "that compound living alongside his buddies". When the podcast blew up so big and made tens of millions he kinda did the opposite - he actually did more episodes than ever and abandoned the motivational and everyman type of persona. He also shut down his 10k strong forum site wherein he did post a lot of nasty stuff considered taboo in today's climate. I was a member back in 2009 (the forum was built around 1999 iirc) and I've signed up with the new forum where almost every member there is kinda done with him for not even saying goodbye to his old fans and is really responsible for spreading hype over how good the podcast is to everybody they knew.

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Loco   Canada. Mar 13 2019 06:17. Posts 19982


  On March 13 2019 02:59 Baalim wrote:
Nah, I had only seen Tim once before that but he did a good job confronting the PR bot giving generic evasive answers, since that was the whole purpose of the 2nd podcast since Joe got so much heat for letting Dorsey off lightly about its leftist censorship bias.

There was a particularly good one when the woman claimed one of the reasons they banned the Proud Boys was because they were labeled a terrorist orgnization by the US gov, and Tim informed them that they are infact not labeled as a terrorist organization, but that Homeland security has infact labeled Antifa as a domestic terrorist org

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when has that ever happened?


He's a pretty clueless dude who is out to make a buck on the culture war, he pretty much admitted that much. He spends most of his time talking about censorship and pretending to be unbiased. Jimmy Dore just had him on, probably the first leftist podcast Tim Pool has ever made, and he essentially exposed himself by equivocating like a motherfucker on medicare for all. I'll post it below. Embarrassing. But at least he came out honestly right off the bat and said he has "his own partisan politics" instead of playing the enlightened centrist act.

The Twitter lady probably wanted to say that the Proud Boys are associated with domestic terrorist organizations and misspoke or got confused. It's completely irrelevant. Tim Pool's "comeback" is not a comeback, of fucking course the government wouldn't classify a neo-fascist group as domestic terrorists... they are not a threat to them, quite the opposite, they are extremely useful to them, making sure that they remain in power while the people are fighting over racial issues. The Proud Boys came exist as part of the rise in neo-fascism that came with the Trump administration, and their mission statement was precisely to fight against antifa, and Trump encouraged violence against them himself; they are his allies.

And of fucking course antifa is not an organization, and the government branded it as such in order to restrict people's freedom to protest, even just wearing all black at a protest can be punishable by law, but Tim Pool wouldn't mention that, that's not the freedom he cares about. You know (and I'm sure he does too) that the US funds terrorist groups and doesn't refer to them as such when they promote their interests, so the only reason to appeal to their authority with this knowledge is to play on people's ignorance as a lame "gotcha" comment in order to make the other person look bad. He hypocritically talks about "tribalism" and yet he engages in this kind of deceptive behavior just to score points with an uneducated audience.


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RiKD    United States. Mar 13 2019 14:35. Posts 5641

I like the the use of "grifter" to describe Tim Pool.


Loco   Canada. Mar 13 2019 18:39. Posts 19982


  On March 13 2019 02:59 Baalim wrote:
There was a particularly good one when the woman claimed one of the reasons they banned the Proud Boys was because they were labeled a terrorist orgnization by the US gov, and Tim informed them that they are infact not labeled as a terrorist organization, but that Homeland security has infact labeled Antifa as a domestic terrorist org



So yesterday when I responded to this I gave you the benefit of the doubt that everything you wrote here is factually accurate, but I tried to find out more about it today because it further dawned on me that it would be such a stupid exchange to have, it doesn't make much sense. After searching the podcast I couldn't verify that this exchange actually happened as you say it did. I watched as much of it as I could stomach to try to find a place where they speak of the proud boys and antifa, but the only place I found is in this 10 minutes clip posted below. Here the Twitter lady doesn't mention banning the Proud Boys because of their label as a terrorist organization, and she asked Tim Pool if antifa was labelled as such by the FBI: it wasn't Tim Pool who countered her with that knowledge. He initially say yes, but then he corrects himself and says it's only New Jersey's department of homeland security (DHS) that has listed them as such. Except that's also not really accurate, because they don't have such a list of organizations. They have only issued statement warnings that antifa activist activities were tied to "anarchist extremism" and warned of threats of escalating domestic violence between anti-fascists and far-right extremists.

This same department also fell for a conspiracy theory that antifa was planning to initiate a civil war, which was manufactured by right-wing trolls and pushed by people like Alex Jones. They aren't exactly a reliable group of people... and they get their information about antifa from dubious sources:

"DHS’ understanding of anti-fascism—a broad, decentralized movement that conservative blogs often describe in sensational terms—might be less than perfect. An April 19, 2017 DHS email included in the FOIA documents shows a DHS senior policy adviser sending a link to a post on the now-defunct conservative blog Heat Street titled “Why Are Antifa And The Alt Right Doing Battle? They Agree on Almost Everything.”"

And here's another recent piece of news that shows who we're dealing with:

"Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen defended President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the southern border Wednesday, telling lawmakers in a contentious hearing that officials are on track to detain more than 900,000 migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border this year. Nielsen pushed back against widespread reports that the Trump administration routinely denies migrants a chance to apply for asylum in the U.S., claiming no one would be turned away at a U.S. port of entry. The claim prompted Democrat Nanette Barragán of the House Homeland Security Committee to reply, “Either you’re lying to this committee, or you don’t know what’s happening at the border.” Asked how many children are detained at the border, Nielsen replied she didn’t have the number handy. And she denied that migrant detainees are being held in cages."

https://www.democracynow.org/2019/3/7...sen_denies_migrants_are_held_in_cages

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TimDawg    United States. Mar 14 2019 00:47. Posts 10188


  On March 12 2019 19:20 Loco wrote:
"countering with factual based information" lol. Joe Rogan isn't where you go for learns, he's an entertainer. He's good at what he does (talking), but often his biases are all over the place and he pushes a fair amount of misinformation. There's been a running joke in the comments for a while about him changing his personality to suit the views of the person he has on his show. He rarely pushes back on his guests when he should, except if they argue for the dumbest shit, like Dave Rubin when he argued for anarcho-capitalism or that clueless NYT journalist he had on recently who was smearing people she doesn't know with insults that she didn't know the definitions of lmao. He has so many people on that sometimes they are total idiots like Mikhaila Peterson that nobody should be paying attention to, but he occasionally has really good guests. If you steer clear of his nutrition and politics-heavy episodes, you should be good.


I actually agree a lot with what you said as well. I guess my point was that it was the first podcast I can recall listening to where a subject would be discussed and then if the host or guest would be unsure of something on said subject, information would be looked up on the spot through Google (ala Jamie). Of course Joe isn't going to get everything right but comparatively speaking, I think he does a good job overall imo. I very rarely listen to his podcasts if it is a guest where politics are primarily discussed. It just doesn't interest me.

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Loco   Canada. Mar 14 2019 01:16. Posts 19982

It's good that he has a guy who can do some basic fact checking live, but on-the-fly Google searches aren't that great when it comes to exploring more complex issues. That's where his biggest failures lie, but it's to be expected, he's an entertainer, and he never stops producing content. He's got no time for deep study and it's unlikely he will reevaluate his views because his few great guests don't come on his podcast to challenge him. It's just that a lot of people look to comedians as the ultimate truth tellers, because we had people like Bill Hicks and George Carlin in the past, but I think it's clearly a mistake to put Rogan in that category.

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Baalim   Mexico. Mar 14 2019 04:30. Posts 33001


  On March 13 2019 04:37 whammbot wrote:
Duncan mentioned it once to Redban in another pod, they described how large the podcast has become with a kind of fearful tone, Bravo talks about it with Tripoli a lot. Joey and Ari doesn't really go on as much. Those guys were regulars back then if nobody else was available. One thing I've noticed though, each time Joe gets under fire he goes back to his old buddies (Redban or Ari) for an episode or two before going back to regular programming. It could be coincidence but it's happened more than once. Rogan has literally gotten way too big now that he's really in the national conversation in a sense.

He had on Nick Depaulo recently again and I think he's never getting on there again lol. Owen Benjamin is nuts and I was actually surprised Joe gambled on Alex but that was sort of a survival episode for both of them as they were under fire for different reasons. Back then those mentioned would be considered buddy guests and nobody would care what they said.

Lastly, Joe always talked about "fuck you money" before and that he was thinking of doing way less things, also mentioned "that compound living alongside his buddies". When the podcast blew up so big and made tens of millions he kinda did the opposite - he actually did more episodes than ever and abandoned the motivational and everyman type of persona. He also shut down his 10k strong forum site wherein he did post a lot of nasty stuff considered taboo in today's climate. I was a member back in 2009 (the forum was built around 1999 iirc) and I've signed up with the new forum where almost every member there is kinda done with him for not even saying goodbye to his old fans and is really responsible for spreading hype over how good the podcast is to everybody they knew.



Well Joey Diaz goes there often talking about eating cocaine boogers in the morning, if that flies anything else does too

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TimDawg    United States. Mar 19 2019 05:26. Posts 10188


  On March 14 2019 00:16 Loco wrote:
It's good that he has a guy who can do some basic fact checking live, but on-the-fly Google searches aren't that great when it comes to exploring more complex issues. That's where his biggest failures lie, but it's to be expected, he's an entertainer, and he never stops producing content. He's got no time for deep study and it's unlikely he will reevaluate his views because his few great guests don't come on his podcast to challenge him. It's just that a lot of people look to comedians as the ultimate truth tellers, because we had people like Bill Hicks and George Carlin in the past, but I think it's clearly a mistake to put Rogan in that category.


All very fair points. I try to take a skeptical viewpoint of any kind of information I absorb in whatever way but it's always easy to just listen and be too lazy to dive deeper into the topics discussed to educate yourself.

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longple    Sweden. Jul 28 2019 10:20. Posts 4470

Loved the Ricky Gervais pod, really enjoyed his standups lately too. Can recommend his Golden globe apperances and netflix stuff!

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Cool podcast about AI in Starcraft that I wanted to share with some LP peeps, enjoyed listening and are interested in AI in general. Even though I havent played SC2 or BW in years I got so excited when I saw Starcraft in the title of a podcast Im already enjoying.

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Stroggoz   New Zealand. Jul 28 2019 11:26. Posts 4428

Seems possible that Chomsky will go on joe rogan, at least there is a lot of rumour about it. I'm not a viewer of much rogan myself but it would be very interesting to listen to

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LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Jul 28 2019 13:19. Posts 14809

Chomsky? I love that guy!

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Stroggoz   New Zealand. Jul 28 2019 14:55. Posts 4428

not the dumbest questions chomsky's encountered in an interview, just another day at the office lol.

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Loco   Canada. Jul 30 2019 11:57. Posts 19982

@12:08. It's wild to hear this on the Joe Rogan podcast. I was actually thinking about this exact topic before watching and thinking about Dostoevsky even though I haven't read him in a few years. I was also reading some Situationist stuff and Cornel West brings up the Spectacle at around 13 mins.



I also noted down a quote from Cornel West for the first time a few hours before I stumbled upon this video. (It reminded me of Baal who took offense to being tied to the project of neoliberalism and how clueless he is about what that actually is).

“Neoliberal is somebody of any color who sees a social problem and does three things; privatize, financialize and militarize. You’ve got a problem in the schools, privatize the schools, push back public education. Bring in the financiers, the profiteers. Make money on the test, make money on the teachers while you push out the teachers unions, and then you militarize the schools. You bring in security. We’ve got precious young brothers and sisters in the hoods going to schools like you and I going through the airport. That’s the militarization of the schools. Police, the same way. Outsource, militarize right across the board, so that a neoliberal is somebody who is obsessed with markets." -Cornel West

Weird coincidences today.

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RiKD    United States. Jul 31 2019 05:56. Posts 5641

Another coincidence. I painted Jesus laughing the other day because why not? It's a good question. Why does Jesus never laugh?


RiKD    United States. Jul 31 2019 19:08. Posts 5641

This Dr. Cornel West JRE is pretty fucking good.


RiKD    United States. Jul 31 2019 22:57. Posts 5641

It is a message that has to get out. Especially to Rogan and JRE fans.


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I am really hoping now for Noam Chomsky to be on tJRE. Bring on the leftists!


Baalim   Mexico. Aug 03 2019 03:22. Posts 33001


  On July 31 2019 04:56 RiKD wrote:
Another coincidence. I painted Jesus laughing the other day because why not? It's a good question. Why does Jesus never laugh?



Because a big part of religion is about meaning and hope, and nobody needs more of those than the suffering, so catholicism fetichizes it as tool for control, the poor won't revolt if their suffering brings them closer to god so they turn the other cheek and worship Jesus, the ultimate Martyr.


More modern christian sects like evangelics, born again and even progressive catholics like the current pope depict a more loving and happy image of god since that molds better to modern societies where the old angry god of blood and tears isn't that relatable anymore.

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Stroggoz   New Zealand. Aug 03 2019 05:03. Posts 4428

taking rikd stream of consciousness statements seriously heh. It would be very strange if jesus never laughed, we should assume he did until proven otherwise, as 99% of people have a sense of humor, even dissidents analyzing the injustices of the roman empire. Or are we just talking about how he is depicted

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Baalim   Mexico. Aug 03 2019 05:43. Posts 33001


  On August 03 2019 04:03 Stroggoz wrote:
taking rikd stream of consciousness statements seriously heh. It would be very strange if jesus never laughed, we should assume he did until proven otherwise, as 99% of people have a sense of humor, even dissidents analyzing the injustices of the roman empire. Or are we just talking about how he is depicted



It felt amazing to just comment on something that isn't politics.

I think he meant how he is depicted, and its not isolated to Jesus, any abrahamic figures are very rarely depicted smiling, contrasting to eastern religions that value like hinduism or the very famous image of Buddah's faint peaceful smile.

The catholics ascenticism was always tangled with the perverse idea of cleansing the soul through pain, this is perfectly reflected in figures like Mother Teresa.

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RiKD    United States. Aug 07 2019 03:51. Posts 5641


RiKD    United States. Aug 07 2019 04:01. Posts 5641

He always fucking beats around the bush regarding late stage capitalism. Sometimes he's on point other times he gives these bullshit political answers.


Baalim   Mexico. Aug 07 2019 06:27. Posts 33001

Bernie taking risks, and Joe Rogan is having more left wing people on his podcast, nice.

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Raidern   Brasil. Aug 07 2019 17:24. Posts 4224


  On August 07 2019 03:01 RiKD wrote:
He always fucking beats around the bush regarding late stage capitalism. Sometimes he's on point other times he gives these bullshit political answers.



Can you timestamp please? How big of a leftist is Bernie? Don't know much about him besides that he's a senator, tried to run for president last elections and will try again next elections. Doesn't he portray himself more to the center in order to become a viable voting option for conservative people? I watched this episode while doing other stuff so may have missed some points but he repated a bit too often that his ideas were not radical and made sense.

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Loco   Canada. Aug 08 2019 00:35. Posts 19982

wheres the watch party option


  On August 07 2019 03:01 RiKD wrote:
He always fucking beats around the bush regarding late stage capitalism. Sometimes he's on point other times he gives these bullshit political answers.



I mean lol, he's in the middle of a presidental campaign. It's going to be real interesting to hear him once he's done with it all. And I mean with all politics. At some point we'll get to hear his real thoughts on shit that had to be played safe.


I just finished watching and it was pretty much boilerplate Bernie. When he said that the rich make the rules and that's how they get away with what they do, it felt like it wasn't boilerplate though. He sounded like he got out of character.

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RiKD    United States. Aug 08 2019 04:36. Posts 5641

I would get on facebook again if it meant we could watch party some of these things. Is there an LP group on facebook?

We have to get it sorted before Chomsky's on the JRE.


RiKD    United States. Aug 08 2019 04:46. Posts 5641

Also, lol. Boiler-plate Bernie.

It's not a bad thing that this guy has a legitimate shot to be president. I don't see a scenario that one day the world is a capitalist democracy and the next day it's an anarchist-communism or something of the sort. Bernie would be a step in the right direction.


Baalim   Mexico. Aug 08 2019 04:54. Posts 33001

very underwhelming I think it lacked any kind of probing or pushback from Joe, which has been happening more and more often in his podcast, he only bites when his guests are against drugs lol.

Joe should have pushed against the stupid point of Bernie about Insulin price being bloated because of companies colluding in price-fixing which is obviously not true, its the FDA making any kind of competition impossible by raising the barrier of entry into the hundreds of millions to any farmaceutical company and the mandated insurance consolidating the demand into one "careless" buyer.

So yeah, the state regulates the market into a monopoly, then the same state as a single buyer, buys from this monopoly literally the most inelastic commodity in the planet so they end up paying a ridiculous price for insulin and Bernie is like "these evil capitalists" -_-

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Liquid`Drone   Norway. Aug 08 2019 11:59. Posts 2844

the leftist position is it shouldn't be a market, health care should not be run for profit, period.

And Raidern, bernie is basically a typical scandinavian leftist social democrat. At least the policies he advocates are mostly stuff that was introduced into norwegian/scandinavian society by social democrats (but which has since become so popular with the public that it now has support from the conservative bloc too). I have the impression that he himself is further to the left of the policies he advocates are (looking back at cold war interviews, him supporting sandinistas in nicaragua etc, is more like a 'socialist left' (10% leftmost people in norway) position. In a way, if you hear him speak, he will sound like a pretty radical guy in Norway, but the actual policies he wants to implement are very moderate.

But this relates to an element of politics where rhetoric and policy are both influenced in an opposite manner by the existing policies that are in place. That is, for a leftist, existing right wing policy will intensify rhetoric while tempering policy suggestions; suggestions can't be too far detached from the current political reality, however, rhetorically, existing right wing policy makes the need for the leftist solutions far more important and urgent. This is my understanding of why Sanders sounds like a pretty far left leftist while wanting to implement political solutions that to me seem totally moderate.

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Baalim   Mexico. Aug 09 2019 02:46. Posts 33001

You can advocate for state-handled healthcare without having to lie about the reason of the prices of insulin.

I agree that in general his policies aren't that far left as you mention he has been supportive of real leftist in latinamerica like Nicaragua or Venezuela before it went to shit, but I think his stances are superficial, cancelling a trillion dollar debt (basically the biggest payday in banker's history) and then say that you are going to tax markte especulators and leave it at that is insane, exactly how are these taxes gong to work and how on earth are they going to ammount for over 1 trillion without killing the profitability of playing the market that is already a game with more losers than winners, its not easy to increase the rake in a game without simply killing it.

Macron reverted the tax brackets and has the yellowjacket's shitshow on his doorstep because the flee of capital reached the pivotal point where total income of the state declined despise a higher tax bracket.


If Sanders talked about the absolute retreat of the troops, shrink dramaticaly the size of the military industrial complex, end the state-corporate helathcare mess that was created (even if it was socialized medicine), stop guaranteeing student loans to end this bubble madness, to rewrite the tax code to stop super rich people from dodging taxes and that this was going to pay for al lthese things then I would think he is a good candidate, but he is just another "hookers and cocaine for everyone, we will just tax the rich" run of the mill candidate.

Anyway Trump is going to steamroll on 2020, its quite clear that Sanders wont make it out of the primaries and its either Biden or Harris and both of these are polling even with Trump and given the distribution of the electoral college its almost a lock

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Stroggoz   New Zealand. Aug 09 2019 04:47. Posts 4428

His policies are fine imo. If it kills off most of wall street trading then this is a good thing, since we all know that this is mostly a parasitic part of the economy. His tax has been supported by various economists (keynes, tobin-the tobin tax was the original idea), because it increases financial stability and makes the parasitic financial part of the economy far less profitable. Keynes himself had a pretty moderate view on finance, it's fine in so far as it doesn't become the core of the economy, making most of its profits off gambling. And yes it would be a great idea to increase rake if professional poker players made up 40% of the economies profits. While the estimates on how much money is made from this tax from some economists of this tax differ drastically, it is at least a step in the right direction.

cancelling the student debt is a gift to students, not bankers who actually make a ton of money off student debt and want to keep putting students in debt because of how much money they make off it. You have a very backwards view of this in general imo. I'm sure if Bernie was just handing out trillion$ gift's to wall street, they would be sure to support his campaign, but they arn't, they hate him with a passion.

yes, bernie could go a lot further with various policies, he's pretty upfront about the fact that he isn't a radical. I think he could become president, we are in unpredictable times.

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Baalim   Mexico. Aug 09 2019 06:59. Posts 33001

Perhaps its true that public trading is overall a bad thing , frankly I dont feel qualified enough in finance to be able to make a judgement of this magnitude at all, I remember Bill Perkins tweeting about some important benefits of them I would be delighted to hear a debate about it by people who know what they are talking about, not from somebody with superficial knowledge with an agenda against traders (not implying thats you btw).

That's why I said that I'd like them to go more in depth about it, he is talking about raising 1 trillion from taxing trading, if trading with the new tax isnt profitable he is going to kill trading but he isn't going to get the trillion he expect, I dont feel this policie are really thought through in this way, and its just that "fuck wallstreet" is a good banner for your campaign.

cancelling debt is a gift to both students and banks since you are paying upfront all the debts to the bank with no collection fees no defaults nothing, also announcing that you are gonig to do that creates a massive moral hazard, obviously every fucking bank is going to lend all the money anybody wants for college and colleges are going to create new retarded "radical queer critique of the XIX studies" bullshit and raising tuitions to the roof and when the dust is settled you just created a lot of new banking billionares, if you truly want to take such a stupid measure you shut the fuck about it in campaing and just do it while in power but of course just like "fuck wallstreet" , "Im canceling your debt" is a cool slogan.

Also this is giong to require the biggest "quantitive easing" of history, devaluating the dollar forcing every american to pay for the poor financial decisions of people, irresponsible and immoral, they simply need to stop the exceptions to this specific type of debt that is what created this mess in the first place.

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Amazing Podcast Episode of Ari Shaffir and Milo Yiannopoulous
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