17 Burst results for "Colin Noir"

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Who too extreme for me now. That like you couldn't have made five months ago, but. People like It's it's bittersweet. It's very bittersweet. because. I hate that it had to come to this for people to kind of start realizing it brandt, but I can't be too surprised. I've been preaching it for how long now that this could possibly happen right, so it's Kinda. I shouldn't be too surprised, but it's still kind of bittersweet. My only thing is right now as I just I just for all new, people. I implore you. Go Out I know I know sometimes a heart. Money's tight, but if you have the ability at bare minimum. Get on Youtube and just gorge. There's so much information even though Youtube has done a good job of trying to like you know. Filters shut out. You can still search. You can still get there. You just search literally search which. Not Promoting you definitely not promoting. Like this, this video will never hit the trending section of Youtube. No, you know what else didn't know Elon Musk. He's he's controvercial. Decide what trends and what doesn't trend? I like you long. I love him and he's awesome. Yeah, I need I. Still Need I think we have a conversation where I can sit down and talk to him about these electric cars though. What do you say to them there? He makes Austin cars. Can you make? Can you make a non electric car as awesome as the been up? And he's all being facetious got to hold on them roadsters. When they come, you'd be all in. I don't doubt I don't doubt that that. Keep Them I. Keep my I'm telling you I'm being willingly stubborn about yes. With a lot of my friends are right with you to a lot of my friends, Nana I need an exhaust note. I need a rumble. Yeah I get it I, get it. It's it's magical man. There's something to it. That's undeniable. It's also very American. V Eight. That's American is when I drive my corvette, my sixty, five hundred. I feel like a Goddamn Bald Eagle. Ano-. DEREK GETS SIXTY FIVE CORVETTE I. Can't I can't beat it man. No can't be happy. You can shoot and beat it, but that's up there, too. That's another thing that people don't WanNa. Hear no one's GonNa. Hear that, but it's a thrill to shooting I mean think about it like. I've taken some courses of course taking New Mexico We're shooting out to six hundred, sometimes a thousand meters. That's crazy nutty so far. But then you also talk about how beautiful it is. People love long range. Shooting very addicted. I'm giving when you get two thousand yards. What's the amount of time between boom and think man it's? It's extremely noticeable, but his wish. We're really trippy. I don't know the exact seconds. Because it all depends on who you're talking about. Different bullets beats. We should tell people at Dayton. You're hitting getting married name still target. Yeah so. The crazy thing is when you're watching it through your optic. You see trail, yes? Training. You see the impact, but you don't hear anything, and then you see it. And you're like WHOA. Takes time for it to come back sound travel slower. It's crazy. Bullets usually traveling faster than the speed of sound people realize that it's not a man, and and then you take that. You couple that with being in a beautiful environment. Oh my gosh. You can't beat it. Shot at the range of really only shot rifles up to like two hundred yards in that you hear boom dink. Yeah, so there is a difference though it's not instantaneous. Yeah, still get the delay. Because otherwise you wouldn't even hear the dink. Just. Just, how which is a lot of times is like that's press work. Because people think suppresses make things super super, super quiet. They really don't. All of suppressor doing is it's mitigating to noise at the muzzle right and people don't realize when a bullet breaks the sound barrier. You get a crack when you shoot a gun. Typically speaking hearing to sounds at once you hearing the bullet, leave the muzzle, and then you're hearing the crack of the bullet break. The sound barrier is traveling that fast, so it's like a cow, but it's happening. It sounds like is happening at once auditory. Don't someone you put us a press on. It surprised because once it mitigates the noise at the muzzle. All you're hearing is the sound of the action. If it's not a bolt action, and then you're hearing the bullet, break the sound barrier, right, and so it's Kinda. Kinda cool actually when you when you hear it now granted you WanNa. Do that too much because still damaging to ears. That's Alison suppressor with subsonic, so that's the only one where it actually gets really damn quiet, but the problem is is unless you shouldn't go bolt-action, the sound of that bolt smacking back and forth his loud as hell to. Bought about a pistol. Same thing 'cause you back. You get sounded slide rocking back and forth. So unless you shooting a bolt action you want to. You want to get as quiet as possible. Use a bolt action. Actually, subsonic round, the opposite of suppressor is a muzzle brake, and I have rifle with the muzzle Brat. It mitigates the kick. But it also would allow get mad. Yeah, because you got your. You're outside of the cone of. Right, and everybody on the side of you getting back. Last Man, they're really loud shooting a gun so much more enjoyable..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:39 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"And things go shit like that and the funny thing is. It's going to shit while still having the support structure of an entire city. Yeah, it's. It's not like they don't have the of the of the city to be provided for basically a tumor. Base. And so it's like thousand government I'd be pumping guns into them. You guys need gun. She get explosives. You guys, here's some money for. A weapon. Anthrax Russian, because was trying to collapse in the crazy thing is. The founding fathers understood that human nature that there's always if there's a vacuum of power. There's always going to be someone or something winning to fill it. Yes, and left unchecked. It will become a black hole of power. Which is why they tried to organize our country the way that they did by separating the powers to serve this check against other. Other entities people don't really appreciate. The beauty of that because they think that they can go into things all twisted. And think that. I'll get a taste of power. I think you think money's intoxicating. Powers, whole thing like you pointed out even on a minor level being a security guard at a concert. It's intoxicated. Yeah, now, imagine being in charge of millions of people right? Oh come on being general that can lead people war. Yeah, you can decide to just fucking light up this city. Not. It's not the people I. Don't think people have big enough appreciation for. How intoxicating power really is exactly, and I think that's one of the reasons why you need stringent evaluation process before you let someone be a police officer, instead of just like trying to recruit people, it should be something where you don't want to recruit people you say say, listen man the job. Ain't for you. You know you gotTA. You gotTA. Jump through hoops and ladders to get this fucking job. The problem, though is we kind of have measure that against? The problem is that means those less cops, yes. We don't exactly have an overemphasis. We don't. We have too many cops now right, so it's like. How we balance that, and then what do we do, but the places where they want to de-fund the cops where they're voting overwhelmingly in Minneapolis defend the police department I mean I. Don't know what that means. Let them eat cake. Because it's like if. You do when they're doing it to themselves. I don't know, but because there's good people that live in Minneapolis very true, they're really that. Yeah, you're right because it does a lot of people that like in the gun, debate or discussion that you know when we talk about places like California and people like it's fair. The gun laws here suck and a lot of people who like live in Texas or living more for your states. We'll move. And it's not that easy. No, it's not always easy, so you're right so I. Take that back because you're right. There are a lot of people in these places that don't really have a say, and they can't. They can't just leave well especially now, right 'cause post Kovic. Most people are broke. Yeah. That didn't work at all for three fucking home months went through all their savings. You're. Try to move now, and then also. Where's the jobs? With. Yeah Yeah if you're stuck in Minneapolis and they defend the cops like Oh. My God, he better by some bullets, he better get some guns and bullets and get some friends who also have gone. Form a small fish. But you don't need. The founding fathers had most. How much hate that argument? Back when they had muskets, but then we'll be so quick to invalidate the notion that well. They also wrote it when he only had quilt pins. True Yeah. Parchment Y- The TEREDO. So. Candlelight Bingo. Right fucking dope. Where they know Internet. It's amazing. How really well thought out? Their system of government was seriously considered the fact that we still use it. In twenty twenty I think it's I think it's. Beautiful, it is perfect. No perfect at all nothing with people involved just perfect it's. Nothing and I I said that I used to say that when I was in law school and I talked about them all the practice of law and the idea that I was like theoretically. The justice system is perfect. It's just executed by imperfect. People ask concepts are perfect. The just when you add the element of people who are imperfect. The NAT inherently is what creates the imperfection in the system. Right in the system is designed sort of mitigate mitigate factions of people exactly, and it's done a pretty fucking. Good job thinking about how God damn old it is. Now like I said they're you know people do fall through the cracks and there are. There are some things that are deteriorating as a result of it. in those things need to be addressed. But by large. People need to understand that. It's the two hundred and forty four years old or whatever the fuck is. Goddamn it's. It's really. It's crazy. I guess it's young compared to. Other? Oh, yeah, those systems, those fucking dummies to. Think about how they're doing. What's going on in China? That's the oldest one got a crazy man. The government and all businesses are intertwined inexorably WANNA run a corporation great. You work for the fucking government to Magin. Could you imagine and people are wondering why they don't WanNa? Let Wall way in. People explain that to me like companies that have been accused of using third party back doors to steal data espionage. That's why they won't let them sell their cell phones here, but that's a part of the branch of the Chinese government. They're not really a corporation. It's like free and independent Apple. or any I don't even know how independent they are, and it gets a certain size that is true and probably talking. Yeah, at some point. Hey, all. There is there is such thing as being too big. Yeah, yeah, well especially when you're dealing with information with Google and An apple and you're collecting so much data than the government would love to take a look at that stuff. We could save a lot of lives. We see what this man's browser. History is all the beautiful pretext tyranny. We can save lives, and that is that that is am and I. I can't get down with that. I know I can't down with it either, but it's like what do we do? What do we do to keep it from sliding into the abyss? mean. Gun..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"I'm like listen. They're human beings in two thousand twenty and human beings in two, thousand, twenty or under the control of military dictatorship. That's happening right now, and it's happening more than one country. It's a it's a style of civilization that exists and is existed since the beginning of time I. Don't want it to happen here. People don't understand our our way of living. Is still a Yup. It's still a baby compared of the structures that are out there in the world. And I think. It's experiment self-government in you know a lot of people like this experiment. Be cancelled. Let's get rid of it. Start from scratch and do the same shit. That didn't work before I don't know man. I mean. I don't think we can start a new country. Trying to Chaz is supposed to be a new country, but bitchy didn't even building those buildings. You're basically doing the exact same thing we did to. The native Americans take a week. They bill borders people with guns. For complying. The bad cops they had. They beat the student for taking pictures come on man. You be so pissed off. The cops did that Oh God it's? It's human now. Human issue I think humans have control over. told the story. Forgive me if you've heard it before. I used to work as a security guard for a short period time when I was nineteen years old I worked at great woods. Center for the Performing Arts It's this Mansfield Massachusetts amphitheater that all these concerts play at I saw Jon Bon Jovi there Bon Jovi the band I saw. I saw bill cosby performed there I saw a lot when I was working there, so a lot of shit and. I developed in a very short period of time most of the guys that I I got the job because one of the guys that I trained with at mytalk. One Zero School was a security guard. Who Said Hey, you want this job. It pays really good. It's real easy to get to see concerts and I was like okay, so he hired they highly a bunch of black belts to be security, so it was yeah, it was like a bunch of us. The black belts in martial arts okay like mixed martial arts taekwondo. Before this nineteen, eighty, six nineteen, so it was eighty six that was just a bunch of karate people right, so we're out there. And we almost instantly developed this US versus them mentality almost instantly. We'd yellow people when they were doing things wrong. We treat them like Shit and I recognized that I was like. Wow, this is weird like instantly become like. I've developed this attitude that these people because they didn't listen, they kept doing things they're not supposed to do. And you're supposed to enforce it and get mad and you do have some power the security jacket on so stupid. You have a walkie talkie. The first day I was there. This kid stole A. Golf Cart. First Day and this guy who was the head security guys name was Alcott, tackled dude and beat the shit out of with a walkie talkie. He beat this guy in the head with a walkie talkie. My first day on the job was like Oh okay so that's how we're doing. Great and again I'm a fucking child. Nineteen years old, a Moron I don't know anything and but I I was smart enough to recognize. This is weird like this attitude that we of all developed as a security team. This US versus them now magnify that times fucking hundred million and you get caught and go yeah. Social experiment done like this famous social. Stamford. Yet GOTCHA Gotcha. penally started abusing the inmates treat them like Shit, and it's funny because it's like I watch a lot. Temple. He calls me. He calls it lobbying when. A loved him of. This buddy can like how quickly how quickly they relegate themselves to do the exact same shit. That they were critiquing ingress percent, they're pretending to be progressive and they have borders. Like let everybody fucks. But they wanted to control it well. How do you control things? You could throw things with borders. Reinforce your ideas well. You have to beat people up. It's fucking crazy. These are, it's like you're doing. It's almost like a petri dish doing experiments. This is a human lab and in this. This lab is failing I know people think. that. People Watch. You do what you do. and. Especially when they don't realize you've been doing this for years. And He doesn't do ship microphone and talk. Our. Want you on camera. Find somebody who you even Kinda SORTA re- with half hour conversation with them, and then keep it engaging in the entire conversation. and see how long you last and then do that multiple times a day. It's not that easy, but it's something you get better at I know. That's what's weird got better at it through repetition. Yes, in so in funny. We kind of talked about this last time I was here. and the problem is. Is that when you only watch the in result of repetition? And getting to where you are now, people. oversimplify what it is that you do. And so what happens is they think they can do better? Even, though they haven't engaged in the same level of repetition or thought process to really think it out so I think it's happening as you got all these kids with these grandiose ideas right go to. These schools teach in these grandiose ideas from Fresno tunnel. I this is why we can do those arriving do it, and then like yeah, yeah, give us the country. We can do it a lot better than they can. Really. Okay. Well. You see the result of that..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:56 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Don't know if that's really the answer. Because there's a lot of those people that I know that have discovered Jujitsu more discovered other things that they yoga either physical things, often because they release endorphins because they're actually healthy for you, but also you get passionate about something, and you see this improvement and when you were talking about that with guns I was trying to describe to someone. Why like shooting guns said one of the reasons? Why because I'm not very good at it? Yeah, you know I like learning. Learning all kinds of things. Oh? I'm sure started at Youtube Channel when I started my youtube channel. I would go out I started I've been called. Diaries, which is like a shooting competition? WHO's bad, but you did it openly. which is great, so people could see. Oh, this guy's in just because I see you now. It's like funny. Know anything about God's. Good, this is crazy. That's what I wanted when I started doing it I. Wanted People because I was like I'm a city boy. Up with guns, so when I started putting my when I started my channel I was like okay. I know there are a lot of people who are like me, but and so I want to be able to bill to be able to relate to the idea of okay, I'm starting afresh and I'm not that good so the Youtube. Channel was also to criminalize my growth. And if you start from video, one and you go to my last video, you can literally watch the entire progression, and that's what I wanted it to be. So I knew I was. It was hard because I knew was going to look bad. Real bad and started with video one for diaries, and then as time went on I stopped doing the diaries, but I still shooting in front of the camera, and even to this day I'm known for not editing out my missus. Still going to see me miss. There's some people in this. Is Hard because I do so much shooting now there's an expectation that should be good so when I go out and do a gun review in missing with a particular gun. And then I see comments man. You couldn't get shipped with that gun on a does. Hit My ego a little bit. Don't read the comments. All right. That's the key I mean. You're on the right, pat. You have great content. Don't read the comments. Yeah, do your best. Don't read the comments I started doing it actually. I have to cut cut it by fifty percents so. So important for mental health, it really is it really you don't realize how much of an effect it's having until it starts having an effect. Yeah, and then you like. Why am I? Am I such an Shitty mood all the time? It's just a terrible way to communicate with people. You know through through little text messages on comments. You don't even know anything about them, and they're saying mean Shit. Dad. Let me. Tell you something your. Of Nitty. A great way to. A great way to put Daffy of an entity. Yeah anonymous people can get away with a lot a lot. It's also it's like a shitty way to communicate with people personally as bad for you to shit on. People like anonymous little comments on someone's instagram page of the Youtube Channel. It's Shitty Shitty for you. It's bad for you before like I grew I grew. My friends are assholes. So I know how to give it back, but but but if I do it now I'm. Right. That's the problem. If you give it back and then people find you as a target in the start coming after you, you can't do that. You can't do that. Yeah, it's. Better off, just ignoring it just keep moving to your best. Keep moving. That's that's the plan now. I mean it's so. The platform so big now to try to let all that in I'm going to lose like it's going to affect me most how many inscribed falls you have right now. Six hundred in twenty, four thousand imagine that in a room. Imagine. A room was six. Imagine like he amount of like how like a giant football? Rena it's like what Jamie you would notice. What's like a big ASS football arena fifteen? Okay, imagine it's six of them bitches. Six them and that's just. Float you. Can. FUCKING LOSER! You can't shoot that gun. Imagine all the number. Unmanageable, he's how bad bad it was. I was reading instagram comments. If Youtube comments where one point four million Oh facebook, where I have one point three million dude, one, hundred, eight, thousand on on twitter I was going back and forth reading all of that. And and I was just I hit a point one day I was like dude. This is not healthy. So facebook. That's the entire city of Austin you're the Italian city of. Folk you the middle fork. You can't do that. It's not can't do that. No can't yeah. It's just too many people. It's too much opportunity for people to suck. Which is true. Yeah, let's face the best way to talk to people always if I'm going to be honest, I think some of it is my ego where I think I can handle it. It's like this sense of of stability that go has like I can handle. I can handle it, but. The War of attrition is real. It's still energy. You whether you like it or not, it's still energy it is, and if it's negative, it's GonNa. Feel bad. It might not feel as bad as it will for someone who's mentally unstable and I've seen some comedians who just get really crushed by comments. It's horrible man like come on the show, and then they read. Don't read the comments. Donohoe Rawlings when he was with the Rizza from Wu Tang. Donald just he's a wild motherfucker, and he's funniest shit, and he's always loud, and he just crazy donald crazy, but he was talking over the Rizza. And I know they were gonNA. Get Mad and he I loved on also when he was doing it I was just laughing my ass off. That was a great podcast. And then at the end I said don't the comments I hugged him like that was great man. Don't read the comments. You fucking told me he told me that. The reason or do. Sometimes. It's really hard. 'cause you know what it is sometimes in. It's your own fault. Because what you would you go to do is to get your ego stroke. That's really what you're doing. You're really going on. They're hoping everyone was like man. He was awesome. Get up there, you're. Like? Oh Shit Alright okay, yeah, I'm too polarizing to read the comments because people either love me or they fuck yeah hey. I've learned that. Yeah, it's weird side. Just go okay. I'm going to keep doing what I do. Sums going right I, think I. Don't know man. It's just a little bit I mean I. Think I think you can step it up a little bit. Just. A little bit. Try to do my best. I really am. I mean I'm not I'm not a fan of. Like what I do think, I could always do better. You know it's funny. A lot of people don't realize that people who put themselves out like. Kind of like you is often.

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

08:40 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Try thing they just WanNa throw things on the wall and hope it sticks. Let's let's band music guns. Let's limit this capacity. Do this like you do that? You don't get back so even if it to with it doesn't work. You think the government's GonNa say well a bit the this idea that they're going to. Have Gun buyback program. Right voluntary buyback. You think they're going to give you your against back if it doesn't work if the crime rate still stays the same, which it has in other places that have done the same thing, but. Australia what they don't talk about Australia's when they did it it actually crime spiked, did it yeah because you got to think about it? Like the whole notion idea like criminals are criminals of opportunity. Right so no one has a has a gun. Think about this. Just like what's going on in has now what was going on in Atlanta? Attornal cops around criminals are going to show up and they want to take advantage of the chaos. Yes, period. And you're not gonNa tell me that no The cops will always be there. Look what happened in Canada. The Guy Stole. A gun from a cup killed the COP and went on a rampage killing spree. For almost twelve thirteen hours, he shut down and entire city by himself. That one is a weird one and I was reading something about it last night. Saving of fine this that he withdrew a huge amount of money like more than four hundred. US Shit. He withdrew more than four hundred thousand dollars from a bank account. How does he? How does he able to do exactly? And there's some concern that this might have been some sort of intelligence operation. There's something more to the story because they were talking about the way he got that money that it very well could have been that. He was involved in something on totally different level Nova Scotia shooter case has hallmarks of an undercover operation. Police say the killers withdrawal, four, hundred, seventy, five thousand was highly irregular, and how the RCMP agent would get money. HOW RCMP I don't know what that. That world Canadian Mounted Police I think that is a withdrawal foreign seventy five thousand dollars in cash by the man who killed twenty two Nova Scotia in April matches the method that is royal. Canadian Mounted Police Mounted Police right uses to send money to confidential informants and agents sources say Gabrielle Wachsman Who's responsible for the largest mass killing in Canadian history, withdrew the money for ranks deposit in Dartmouth. Nova Scotia. March thirtieth stashing carry all filled with hundred dollar bills in the trunk of his car. Wow, my thing is like this for an operation that complex. You think they'd be that sloppy. Yeah. Yeah, the filled with people. And they're Canadian, so they're actually nice sources and both banking and the RCMP say the transactions consistent with how the RCMP funnels money to. It's confidential informants and agents, and is not an option available to private banking customers. The RCMP is repeatedly said that it has no in quotes special relationship with wortman. We means the regular relationship. Court documents show that wortman owned a New Brunswick registered company called Berkshire Brahmin. The legal owner of two of vehicles including one of the police replica cars. Oh, he was a crazy person. He had a police replica. Of whatever the purpose of the company, there's no public evidence. That could have been able to move large quantities of cash. Wortman also ran his own. What is it dangerous business? You make big teeth, so it is dench risk basically that Dennis Oh. Wow, okay, so he had a fake teeth business and there's no reason to believe that it would also require that it would. It also would require him to handle large amounts of cash if Wortmann is was in rcmp informing or agent that would explain while the force appeared not to take action on complaints about his illegal guns in his assault on his common law wife. WHOA. So he might have been a fucking informant. So you might have been working for the government. That makes sense. because. There's a lot of syfy doesn't mean there's a lot of sick fucks in all lines of business including dentists. How many dentists have been accused of feeling ladies after? They put him under right? Yeah Yeah. Here's some sick fucks that are in all lines of work including formats pus informants like you're a fucking rat, so he's A. He's a rat. That went bad. Could be so there's complex is a complex backstory very much, so yeah, nonetheless. But then again it's funny, because immediately after that. Yes, unilaterally, Trudeau basically said put. More no assault rifles, which are which Dr Gun people crazy. Yes, because. What does that mean all right so assault rifle assault rifle is a key to put simply. and Try to explain this in plain language, behoove on on different. Most people think when they see here saw right for. They think a machine gun which is fully automatic. Or semiautomatic. Fully automatic or burst basically, it's like three rounds at a time. You pull the trigger. That's an assault rifle. Air. Fifteen's are not assault rifles, right single shot. Yeah, the single shotgun you pulled trigger once you get one bully. It's kind. It's anonymous. It's like comparing a Rolls Royce to a Chrysler three hundred. Yeah, why do they call it an assault rifle thing because it looks bad ass well. Why does who call in this hour? Why do people call on AARP and assault rifle? Because that's language used by the anti-gun is who are pushing agendas. So what they WANNA, do they want closely? Tie The idea of a machine gun that people largely see being used in movies, too. What's being sold on the street? So the distinction would be automatic versus. Yes and the difference between Ar is you don't have to cock it. Bolt action rifle every time you fire shot. Yes, yeah, and that's one of the like one of the arguments and the hunting world is that you don't need an a. r. and it's not. It wouldn't be effective, and I've actually heard. People say that I'm like no. No as a hundred, it would be more effective because oftentimes you need a second shot to get that shot up. You can get a second shot instantly Bang Bang, but Ironically. That's the same arguments as to. Why do we need to ban them? because it allows the shooter to shoot in the House. She's just faster than normal in an hour. That's why we need them for self again. It becomes one of those like really messy people. Problems gets a messy common denominator behind all of it Yup people people, but now they've even what they'll do is. They'll try to invalidate that argument of Likud. Into people probably they'll try to try to undermine it by acting like it's just a stupid trope. Truth, why I made a tweet a longtime ago, that said this country has a mental health problem skies as a gun problem I grew. It's really what it is I absolutely agree with you. It's really what it is, and this is one thing that never gets discussed. Whenever one of these people does something really fucked up? They don't look at the amount of medication. These people are on the know twenty. They don't they don't. All on medication all most all. There's a common denominator guns and medication and one gets looked at very closely, and the other kids blatantly ignored. Why do you think that is? Because the pharmaceutical industry has a Shitload of money, and there's a lot of these politicians that are in the pocket of the pharmaceutical industry. They have a firm grip on the the narrative, and so the gun is a perfect scapegoat, and they also don't want all the other people that are on these psychotropic medications to feel bad that they're on them that they could be lumped in with these same people like imagine if we just started. Like if it's SRI's or antidepressants or or anti anxiety, medication imagine that becomes the narrative in the news like that people on s fucking dangerous because all these school shooters are on. is now see that, but hold on because that would almost be a better argument than the NRA, because if you look at the NRA and you look at NRA members and the amount of NRA members that have. Actually, Done these horrible mass shootings. It's like none. Yeah. It's crazy that the medication. Is a better correlation than the NRA. Like saying that people's. Slowed yeah, can you share you government shell? Information I you know I'm just I'm just saying the facts. Responsible Gun owners are not the people that are doing these things..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Time Man, and then on top of that I still gotta review guns and do all the time, so it frustrates me, but like my mom said you major Ben Elena. Complaining about it, but I just need some people to understand the perspective, and where I'm coming from and why I'm not quick to talk about a lot of stuff, because sometimes I just need time to figure out what the Hell is going on. Because there are a lot of people, I get messages who rely on my information to make their decision. They don't just follow what I. I say they just use my information to make their decision so I'm going to give them the best piece of information like putting gas in your car and we'll push shift gas in the car. Brian, onto, car run functionally so I'm GonNa try to give it the best gas as possible and so that's what I try to do. Especially when I talk about the gun issue. Because right now, so much misinformation on the gun issue and a lot of times. People don't even know what they don't know like. For instance like Lonzo Baden on here like I could tell lobby come from a good place. He just does something he didn't know. He knew or didn't know right in. So that's how that's kind of where I put myself. Okay. How do i Taylor in craft videos? In such a way that somebody who isn't necessarily a gun person can understand it would. It would Alonzo Boden said what what? Part of it so some of the misinformation with respect to background checks. The background check aspect of it where he kind of talked about it from standpoint of the waiting period the the questionnaire that you filled out in the beginning for you. Submit yourself for the background. Check that that that was the background check. And it wasn't. Until because a lot of people think that a lot of people think that US go there. Fill out a yes or no question. Yes, or no question here about whether or not you can own a gun, and then you get a gun. And that's not the case in so corrected that, and then also what I did I, just critiqued his position on a couple of things for instance high capacity magazines because he's is, he's like you don't need fifty rounds in a clip so to speak well. It's actually a magazine, but that's neither here nor there but I disagree with that now. In that regard, he's not wrong. That's his opinion. My? Opinion is I. Think I do need a magazine at has fifty rounds, and then I went on to explain why. Would you say you want to kill? Fifty people know man. So, so so with respect to why do we own farms? We own firearms. A lot of people are only for self-defence spread, and as a regular person I'm not a criminal I just go about my day. I don't want to be I'm already. I'm already coming on the back end I'm already at a disadvantage because criminals. Going out to commit a crime knows he's going to commit a crime. And what can you do when you know you're about to do something you prepare? And since he's a criminal, he doesn't have to deal with all of the restraints that come with what loss. So, if there's a law that says you can't have more than ten rounds like here. In California right I have a magazine has more than ten rounds. If. I'm a criminal and I know I'm going to commit a crime. Do I really give a damn about a law says I can't come I can't carry magazine. Right I don't. However as a as a citizen when I'm going about my life, carrying a gun on me is hard enough. Right 'cause like there's hope this whole dialogue about wis is gone. You can have how many rounds you want to have. What bullet caliber things of that nature I? Don't know when I'm going to face I could face one guy. I can take one guy who's highest hell I can face two three four five guys. I don't know so. Why artificially limit the number of bullets can have in my gun when I don't know what I might be facing to protect my life. What's a weird thing, too? It's because like I. Don't know if you're preserving any life by limiting the size of a magazine, you're not I. Don't understand it I think it's Martin. Cut You know. The argument is, is it? They're looking at it from a mass shooter perspective, right? They're saying if you limit the amount of bullets at the Mashreq. Clips, yeah, but again he's going out to commit mass murder. You think he cares about breaking. The law says he can only have ten rounds in his magazine. I think their ideas that it makes it harder for him to get those clips because he can't get them at the local gun store more those out there than guns and we have over three hundred main guns in his country right? They're going to have them, but you know with a lot of these mass shooters. Here's the other problem. There are actually getting the guns illegally getting them from someone. They're stealing them from someone's gun, safe or from someone's house. That's what a lot of it is coming from anyway. I think what a lot I think a lot of the kind of project not so much. The politician I think politicians are buying log very disingenuous, but a lot of people who support these ideas who are just regular people. I think there. It's their way of trying to figure out of control. Because cause mass shootings terrifies because they're so random like like tornadoes. Hurricanes. You can kind of prepare for hurricane. You kind of have an idea of where the path is coming where it's going tornadoes, they just touched down and destroy shit right and you don't know where it's coming..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

07:39 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"That's going on, too many people too dismissive of that reality right right because I consider until I can tell you basically what I'm saying is put yourselves up by your bootstraps. That's essentially what I'm saying or at least that's the way I look at life. I'm like figuring out a way. I don't figure out we get the boot I can pull my ass up, but. To completely ignore the circumstance like you talked about. You have to talk about a kid who's a WHO's a child of somebody who grew up in the eighties crack epidemic. Yeah, right to parents who were crackheads. You can't look at this person and. Like. A little baby. Little babies came out with a song called bigger picture and he was like I'm just a product of my environment. Nobody, nobody taught us any better. So as a result of that I look at that and I understand what the eighties crack epidemic did to black families during that time period. So now you have crackheads. Crack, heads, and then having kids. That's essentially. What's what would happen as a result of that so to ignore that and say Nah Nah Nah now everybody has it hard which they do, but you can't discount it and say that it doesn't have an effect because there is there is there is an aspect of being so low usually. Don't stand a chance in hell right right into dismiss that wholesale I think is disingenuous now. Do about it I. DON'T I'M NOT! I'm not smart enough to have the answer for that. But there there there needs to be something. A bare minimum least have the conversation. Yeah. I think the conversation should be. How come you guys had trillions of dollars to bail out these corporations during the cove lockdown, but you didn't have trillions of dollars to fix these impoverished communities that have been in the same situation. As, thank you re Kentucky contextualize. Nuts man what it is. It's like there's so much money that you can spend to avoid economic collapse, but yet there's no money to fix. What's been an economic collapse forever? What are you doing with? I'll pay thirty percent tax. What the fuck are you doing with my money? They're. Exactly you know and I've said it again. I've said it before I'll say it again if you WANNA make America great, you would want less losers. How'd you have less losers? Give people more of an opportunity to get better. Give people more of an opportunity to succeed in. That's they should look at all those spots whether it's Baltimore or Detroit or South side Chicago could all those spots in this country as places where people have much less of a chance. If you give them more of a chance, you're GONNA have more productive people. You can have a stronger country. Yeah, it's really simple simple. And the funny thing is, it's you'll probably see. The most growth happened in those places like lifting weights I. Haven't lifted in twenty years. You start with riots on a regular basis yo I'm. Doing it for a while. You're like Oh, man I'm stagnating. Good Point. Yeah, that's a good point you know and it would also. We're supposed to be community. Yeah, you know I mean. That's one thing that I. Do love about these peaceful protests, all these people marching together whether or not they're all gonna get covert or not. Probably. Especially at night apparently. Brett Weinstein. Sent me something Jamie. I'll send it to you. It's very interesting, but one of the things that they've found out about coded is that it dies almost instantly airborne Cova when it hits. UV Light. Really Yeah. I'm going. Send you this Jamie. Is really kind of crazy. Yeah, so. It's one of the reasons why. Apparently, did it? Wasn't. Really. I'm sorry. Hold on. Do this and then I'll do this. This work. Here we go. It's rapidly inactivated by simulated sunlight or sunlight. Yeah, just UV light kills it. Yeah, you can see run around. My House is GonNa look like a rape. But what's interesting is what Brit Weinstein's. Per what his theory was or is is thought. Was It's this? He's a biologist news on the podcast last week and one of the things that he pointed out was. There's all these indications that this is something that escaped from a lab like very specific indications. Yeah, and these indications are basically the way of vaulted far too quickly, and then he pointed out some things that I'm not gonNA. Remember, because I'm a moron, but he said also it seems like because of the fact that it dies in sunlight, but it spreads very easily with without sunlight. Good, it's very contagious. He thinks it may have evolved in this laboratory environment to be more contagious well indoors. His his is that. This is something that they probably had created in order to test. Various Antiviral! Medications and all these different things and that during this process another got out, and it's one of the reasons why this thing spread so quickly to people indoors Gotcha yeah. But it's fucking. It's so crazy so contentious. That's another thing. People got mad at me. Because I was saying that you didn't have to wear a mask well, that's what I read. He was saying that unless you're dealing with Cova patients, or was it the World Health Organization, but then again also was saying it to fuck with my friend Bill Burr I. When I was saying that I was trolling Bill Burr to try to get him to go on a rant. But maybe the Kyle Dunnigan, show to. Listen. LISTEN TO ME! I'M Go Online, but don't get mad at me either I don't know what the fuck I'm talking about. But I. do know that disease giant spikes. In all these cities where they had big protests I mean that that's. Going to happen, I mean yeah. I mean you gotTa have a highly populated area with a bunch of people marching sweating, and though it's Hilarious as they're blaming it on republican governors opening up the states too early. As they keep blaming. Politics stuff is so. It drives me insane, but it's happening in California to do that. This is super liberal progressive steak. This happening right here, too. We're going to ourselves crazy with this. Is Political, they should make. This should make political parties illegal. The really shy I'm not you can't. You can't say you're Republican or a governor. or Or Democrat. It's just too confusing to people I. Just want you to tell me what you wanted to tell me what you're. What do you want? Do? Yeah, what do you want and then we can talk and then. Let's have that conversation. Stop hiding behind a donkey or elephant confused the. Fuck Outta me you know. I'm I'm I'm of the same nature now. What you? What are we doing, man? We keep playing this game. What it does is it creates extremes. Yup, right and so without exchange again. Nuance. Yeah, with without nuance. Really don't solve anything. Everything just becomes. Everything becomes a nail and everyone's in Hammer. Yeah, that's pretty much what happens exactly and so we. We need more scalpels. That's what we need. We need more options. You know the two party option that's left us with Joe Biden or Donald Trump so bonkers. That's another thing. People got mad at me last week. 'cause I said that Joe Biden is experiencing cognitive decline and people are how how is it? How's about not seeing that? Thank you. How would that don't really I think it's just people that think that I'm GonNa. Fuck up the Democrats options that the son the GonNa. Listen to me and come on. It's it's so it's not even like look debatable, not it's not it's. Massive trump was that confused all the time. They would be hammering hammering hard and by the way he has been confused before. Don't get wrong. Old. What's there? Because fuck also I think trump's medicated. I think when I've seen these videos whereas like Oracle Slur, David. Pacman had a bunch of the put up where he's slurring his words. I think..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:05 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"But what has happened now? All of a sudden they get this. Wave of funding and their whole direction shifts into some other stuff that I have no idea what it has to do with anything with respect to now it's become this kind of like all encompassing umbrella of LGBTQ and some other stuff, but then even. I, guess I don't WanNa say. Teeth is under the umbrella, but the whole Marxist communist socialists aspects of politics kind of creeping into that as well and then when you couple that with the idea that you have the actual founders saying that they are trained in Marxism, and then you have what you see now playing out where you have these. Very peaceful protests being co opted by violent people who are now just engaging in writing and looting, and then branding it black lives matter. Their Wolves Hank Wolves hiding amongst sheep I. think There's there's a bunch of things happening at the same time. And I think when it comes to the rioting and looting. I think there's a lot of just opportunists no. I don't think they're necessarily that organized at some of it. Is Oregon some? In in, you're right because there was a lick for instance in Dallas in Dallas when a cop shop that I go to all the time. He was telling me he was like. You. Know all the windows broken and really he was like really was just a bunch of kids. Just running around taking advantage of the chaos, and just kind of brick and windows have to take into consideration. These kids haven't worked in three months. Yeah, probably broke as fuck and looking for Free Shit. There's a ton of them and there's just opportunities and you saw that New York for sure. I'm sure you'll have that here, too. Yeah, for sure for sure, but the the crazy thing about new. York is a lot of it was apartment buildings filming down on the streets because you know in Camera Lens in? Yeah so they're filming. There's so many videos of people filming on the streets where all of this man. This is going this one crazy video were all these people breaking into Shit and this guy runs in the street and other guy hits the car and he goes flying to the end. The car takes off prelates mad and. Smashing through Soho and breaking into art, galleries and stealing everything, and like it's, it's nuts. Also, but both the question when you have chaos. You never really will get destruction. Yes that's I. Mean that's that's what happens. Which is why you need structure why you keep in mind I'm no fan of big government. I'll be the first one. Tell You I am no fan of big government however. You do need a level of law and order. Here's where I'm a fan of big government and I wish it did a better job. When the? Shit went down. No one could work now. It turned out that Cova was not nearly as deadly as we were worried one, but it could have been, and no one could work, and that's why everybody stayed locked up when that happened. That's when we needed money. That's what we need stimulus checks. That's we need people to get that. Twelve hundred bucks that they only handed out once like how fucking crazy is that? They handed out trillions of dollars. All these corporations and they handed twelve hundred bucks out wants to I. Mean I don't know how many people got I. Don't know, either, but that's not. Not, enough for humans to live three fucking months. There was a time to ever do that. It was then it was then time we're big. Government made sense and it didn't work out. No didn't end. There was all these empty promises, and it's like they got away with giving out one check, and then they stopped, and it was supposed to be a constant thing, right. It was supposed to be from I understand, get anything clearly, but from my understanding, it was supposed to be a constant a constant thing, and they didn't happen the way it happened, but it's a demonstrate to a lot of people. To then you're gonNA take the same government and put your safety completely in the hands of the same government. Right I just doesn't make sense to me to me. The government is supposed to be value added to what I'm already capable of doing myself. You. We're looking at in so but I think too. Many people depend on the government entirely, and I don't think that's smart. Just, don't and I'm not saying that life is fair. I'm not saying that the system we have in place as fair. It's not it's not. It's not fair. It's just. What are you GONNA do? Right what are you GonNa? Do Right I the way I was raised in ways that my mom raised me was literally. Life is not fair. Son Deal with hip. Figure it out. Find a way around it. That's that's the way I go about life. A lot of people don't like that. Some people think it's too optimistic. It's not optimistic. Because is realistic, unfortunately whether it's optimistic or pessimistic, it's realistic. What would you get a hand of cards? And if you're you're Delta Shit hand of cards, and you just sit around complaining about it doesn't do you any good. There's people that have been dealt shittier hands and figured it out. You know it sucks. It sucks to be Delta Shitty. Hand cards and I understand envy. I understand when you're looking at people that are delta. Amazing handcarts now, not funny thing about it is I You know I I. I think a tweet out some time ago. I listened to a lot of I listened to a lot of rap like a lot of trap music. And I'm not. I'm not from the streets. Yeah, sure those appear my life. Why were where I live was basically the slums, but I'm not a St Jude never sold drugs none of that. However, there's a there's a certain. Aspect of that music and understanding that there are a lot of people who've come from worse places than meet. Who've been who've managed to kind of bring themselves out of it that when I look at my life, I say I have no excuse. I have no excuse whatsoever, so I need to figure out a way to make my situation better. How are now? There's no guarantee I'll be able to do it. I make I may work azoff and still fell. But I'M GONNA. Keep working my ass. The game of life, the unfortunate thing is that some people are not gifted with apparent that gives them the sort of perspective that your mom gave you. The life is not fail fair deal with it, and then you go forth with a lot of people out there that. Unfortunately they're born into terrible households were abused, and there's crime around them and violence, and they never get a chance. Never get a chance to get it because they've developed. Abusive mental these these mentality develop in this in that situation Nazi thing that I think that's a problem with the conversation..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Guess what here's the other problem. Who's going to be a cop now? Yeah, that's the thing who's going to be a cop. We also I wouldn't want to be a conflict. I wouldn't want to be a COP. Now. Fuck men can only imagine, but I think the problem is like people don't understand. The relationship between community and police should be symbiotic relationship. That's. Because even the to the same degree, there needs to be trained I think there needs to be training, not mandated training, but people should be on a cognitive especially is a gun owner. Yes, someone who carries a gun on me ninety nine percent of the time in my car on my body on my person I should understand the dynamics that police officers looking at me from in dealing with people who carry guns and vice versa, so the office needs to be understanding. Be Aware of the fact that okay. You're living in a population where people carry firearms, so the ideal with the presence of a firearm in the hands of civilian should not terrify. Just shouldn't now I get it! There are bad apples all over the place. Thus that brings a full circle me as citizens should understand that because there are certain people who are bad apples who carry firearms that interacting with the cops it may be, it may WanNa do ill will towards the cops that as citizens and understanding how the responsibilities says all right? There's certain things I'm going to do whenever I'm interacting with the COP that signals to them. Hey, I, mean you harm I? Mean you know threat I get pulled over I. The first thing I do is pull over rolled one down i. have an idea and I have my concealed carry license in hand. Right, everything I'm doing is just to put the copies. I'm demonstrating the COBB. Look. I understand. You don't know who I am I don't know who you are, so we're going to give each other mutual respect that says all right as long as you respect me. I'm going to respect you and generally speaking. I.

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"You're going to get shadow band. Really. For for responsible use of guns in a place where they taught John Wick. You would think that would not be the case, but now do I think you're in shot a band. No, because that's not what that's not what your channel which? Mine is is about firearm ownership not not to mention. I was the guy who was part of the, NRA was with Ra at some point, so that doesn't give me any Brownie points in that regard, but by and large. Yes, I am shot if you take a look at. Now, things have gotten a little bit better, but I don't think it's things from them. Loosening things I think it's more. People are sharing my content, because there's nothing algorithm can do about that right if you see a video when you share it, there's nothing I can do about bullets. Tell everybody your your your instagram. Handle right now. This about Mr Colin War Co l.. I. O. N. in. Are Okay Yeah, so anybody know? How do I? have to search. Google in the pulls off everything. And because some people might be just on this clip and go, who want to go back and listen to the WHO? it's it sucks man. It sucks because it is illegal thing and you have a real like like. If anybody has a legitimate intelligent argument for the pros of Gun, ownership and and Ethical use of guns and correct. It's you I. mean you're the best at it? You're online to beg the probably the reason why they would probably want to shut me up to. Its I don't like when people are talent, other people what to not to do, and it's based on their own personal ideology I. Don't like it I. Don't like it at all. Either 'cause I'm I'm very much of look. You do what you WANNA! Do with your life as long as it doesn't interfere with mine or step on any of my my rights. We're good Texas of you. Through through. Text, born and raised. Yeah, yeah, it's a great place. So. This, this is my two positions. That was saying before so one position I am one hundred percent in favor of law enforcement and I think they need to be better trained and I think you need to get rid of those bad mother fuckers. I think there's a lot of them. I think there's a lot of bad cops to get rid of those. I got to get this off. Because this is something that pisses me off a little bit. That is a nuanced perspective. However on social media. And, in general, the idea of having a nuanced perspective on a particular issue is so far gone now. Yes, that you can't even really have a conversation. I can say one breath I'm pro cop. Yeah, I am PROCON, I have a lot of friends who are cots. However. They're also a good number of them who? Fuck. Probably racist be fucking dissolve from that from past paths. Yes and so some reason it's either nope, either all cops are bad or good, and that's what I can't get down with. Yeah, I. Just can't. You can't get down with that and I'm I'm with you I think we can also say in one breath I'm pro cop, but I'm also pro. These peaceful protests I think peaceful protests are important and there was some. Maybe. I did a bad job of explaining what I was trying to say. Whatever basketball player was mad at me the other day? Because something I said that I think a lot of these people are fighting like an invisible enemy when they're protesting what I mean by that is. Yes. We need bad cops. Yes, cops should start shooting whether it's black people or white people. Anybody wrong people because people let I remember our last our last thing. We made a mistake verbally. People jumped on it. You said we need cops did I say that yeah? Really Imagine. How dumb we need bad cops cops who need good cops, but there is definitely bad cops and bad cops at shoot people whatever race they are funding terrible. Clearly, there's a problem with cop. Shooting black now clearly is also statistically not even just shooting people if if you look at see if you look at the deaths, statistics for cops and black people. There's a thing that people like to do where they say well. Actually cop shoot more white people than black people. Are More white people. In but the other thing that I think is as important, if not more important as cops or physical with black people more than they are white people, cops physical with Brown people, Mexicans Puerto Ricans their their physical with them more than they are white people statistically by as much or more than twenty five percent, though there is a problem. Also. There's a problem with people that don't know what they want. They just think getting defunding. The cops are this is what I meant by fighting an invisible enemy. I just did a Shitty job explaining it. To. The thing we should want is. A safe community including people that get pulled over by cops. Yeah, so that's the one thing that needs to be addressed. I right rid of the bad cops fund them better train them better and we should. We should all want this this. Shouldn't this fund the cop shit crazy I think. A lot of movement has been co opted. By And I always hesitate because I like I said I'm not conspiracy theories, but I have to call space bait. There are lot there are a lot of versus. There's a subversive group in this country that wants to topple the current structure of the United States..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"You know there was no internet. Yeah, exactly in so now with the Internet I mean it's it's pretty pretty quick yeah. I think what people are having. A problem with is private transactions right right and so generally speaking in most states. You're not required to force someone to get background check if you were going to sell them like if you're in the business of selling guns, then that's one thing, but if you're like hey, Joe, you want a gun. And so you want tell you saw one of my guns and you're like I. Want to buy that gun. In taxes I can I. can meet meet with you as long as I know you're not felling. Have reason to know that you're a felon or prohibited person of some sort I can tell you the gun, so you don't have to do any kind of check. No, that's interesting now. I'm at liberty to say hey joe. How about you meet me at this gun store. And pay for background check on top of the price of the gun, and then have a back and then conduct a background check which a lot of people do. A lot of people. And so but. I. Don't like the idea that I. don't like the idea of mandating private background right so like. If you had a friend and she had a stalker in stock was going to break into her house, you could legally sell her a gun Texas right there and then actually could take. I can just give her as long as give gun as long as I like I said as long as I don't know or have reason to. To know that she's a prohibitive prohibitive person. other than that again the again I, bring this back to you our best case scenario like for a guy like you'd have a gun I don't worry about you having a gun at all I. Think you would I'm worried about is again. People that are psychotic people are on medication people that are dangerous, but that are criminals people that are thugs. That's what everybody's worried about. As, am I. Yeah, as you and when you're talking about giving your friend gun again that that seems completely reasonable. You're a reasonable person. I know that if you're going to give a gun to a person and you think they needed. This is going to be a well thought out decision. Yeah, absolutely. So the alternative, the contrary to that is what the idea that somebody who's not like that will just be giving guns away to people right exactly screaming, someone who's unscrupulous. Now is someone who. Wants to make a buck can. They'll sell guns to felons and that's already illegal. Illegal right? It doesn't matter if you look. Know, what happened the government? They don't want US fucking around. Talking to Shit does anti gun lobby and telling they blew a fuse. So the video shut off. Should we pause for a second here? The Russians. Chinese who thinks? That one's gone the videos going. We're going hold hold folks. Hopefully nothing will happen here and they won't think that. Everything like what? Okay well. Let's turn everything back on. Just in case we'll just pause ladies and gentlemen. Something happened. There was some sort of a power surge, so we'll just pause. We'll come back in. All right. We're back, so something happened. Folks. Sorry. We had some sort of a power surge. All the lights went out for second and pop back on. Pop No. We don't know what never have that up for. The, fucking Russians or the Chinese or the millions have been been been having. Some weird things happened to my end. I wouldn't be surprised. I was GONNA, ask you. Do you feel like because you have this pro Second Amendment Message? Do you think people fuck with you because? Europe like if I was someone who had an anti Second Amendment message the biggest nightmare. A lawyer? Friendly? Guy Good looking articulate really good at media. You're always doing things and you have a passion for these guns, and you talk about them like you did a thing where you're walking around. There's a bunch of tires around you. Smile Dot I. Love This, Guy Shooting it and you're talking and like that motherfucker love guns like this isn't a joke. Guns the way I love muscle, cars or bows or You. Know what you know. It's funny thing. Is You know what I love slightly more than guns? What Carson! Yeah what kind of cars. I'm more into like the vanity superficial level of cars like Aston's Murari portions and things of that nature. Yeah, that's my. That's my. That's my heart really thumps. Yeah, I'm into cars that make me feel like I feel. Like a! Manual Transmissions Arkansas so my my favorite brands. Martin, it's great carton so I. Consider that the English Muscle car. Because largely they are they all this sorrel facts that you get from. Mosul car generally speaking with a little bit more refinement, you get from Aston Martin, but then they also go wrong. They also lose value incredibly. Go wrong. Dane Cook was telling me about that. He said he had an Aston. Martin. It fell apart, but my friend. Brennan shop has one right now and he loves it which you know. What is that? It's dope whatever it looks like a spaceship. I love them, and they voted emotional response out of me more than any other, generally speaking in the other car. It's British Yeah I. DON'T Trust British Adult Trust. My People Italians can fuck off. I'm never.

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"A lot eight great seats. Thank you for being here, appreciate. Just for you. And thank you for the gift to man. You're just pandering at this point breath. I had it. I had to go find it. My daughter's friends ex-boyfriend worked for Glock. Okay okay, Yeah, no to give man, so it's. My Life Pot. It's like my portable. Say because you know I here in California you have to. If you're going to travel with. The fire has to be in a lot case right so when I travel out here to California I do bring a firearm with me. I can't carry because my licenses working outside here, but I can't keep a gun in my hotel, and so you have to do like Ted, nugent can carry everywhere because he's like a sheriff for some. Yeah, there's always you know. You have little special licenses. You. Did you ever see that Steven? Seagal show the TV show where he was a cop. Like Steven, Seagal law manner some shit, but it's. Younger when he when it came out, plays a real cop like he was arresting people. Showing People's houses. Under. You fucking Steven Seagal. What's going on here? We hold ourselves like a reality a reality show. Yeah. And he would pull people end because he was in New Orleans. He developed this Gimme some some volume and that you get here his accent. We'll get kicked off youtube if we give us vault, but you gotTa Watch on your own. He developed his leg. See LOUISANA. Yes, he did. Yes, he did yes, he did. Yes he did. It was me and my friend. Tom Cigars favourite show talk. Watching through those put like he's literally running around recipes ridiculous. I. Make Fun of that Dude all the time, and he deserves it, but he's a legit Kito.

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Yeah, I just sort of look at commercials again, like. I look at it like I look at. Beach signs that keep growing or sort of the signs of the time. Like again, the bar y around the freeway signs, so the baby safe zones where you can drop your kid off at the firehouse. No judgments. Yeah, and I just kinda look, I see the the, you know, the stickers and senior views or stop human smuggling at the airport, or like picture for rhino says, I'm not food, you know, and it's fucking Burbank airport. Like we're heading to Kenya through Burbank. And I'm always like this is a bad sign on topic active shooter drills at school, right? AK, right. This is where we are. Right, right. Lots of stuff. I mean, there's the the version of it where you walk out and San Francisco, and he step on hypodermic needles in human feces and you go, well, that's a real world side address this flora and fauna where we all right. But yes, you kind of look at the commercials, you kind of take a look at the signs. You take a look at what's going on and you kind of go. Hm. I'm not down with that, but not a good sign for where we're at. So I look at commercials as sort of where we're at, not necessarily good or bad just where where they're, they're very of the moment. And if you think about it. In a commercial you can go what about a sitcom or that's it. Com seems very eighties that music seems very eighties and that's true, but there's plenty music from the eighties that doesn't feel that eighties at all. They're plenty of folks making. Point. Yeah, like rent over then seem timeless. So commercials are thirty second or sixty. Second little slices of exactly where we're at, whether it's the guy for the clothing ad talking about what his masculinity, airy vary, where if you ran that in the fifties they've they would. They would charge the antenna that the radio that the TV station broadcast from and they'd ram their pickup truck into it, and then hook it up to big pizza pizza cable, and they just get pull it down here in every tear it down or the DIKO guy you'd be you. Man, nonsensical, jokes confuse, hips. There's am I making a joke. I don't know. You don't know. You do your thing. I'll do my thing. I don't know why, but for some reason when it spills into the truck department toad and the trucks and they're talking about the taken Christmas lights and they spelled out on the field, welcome home for their veteran daughter who's going to be flying her south west flight right over this open field and they happen to know what side of the plane. She's in the b group it southwest fucking know. She's probably drunk on the isle, right, vomiting. Mom, what happened? Oh, we took a thousand. Chris. I was blowing. Do. They said, final. Join the? I took my Brian. I turned it back where the second doing the bathroom. What happened? Oh, we wrote welcome home on nice. Oh, I had jazz anyway, so I probably wouldn't have seen that. But anyways, on the second, the dude off in the anyway. Thanks. The next. If I ever come back by the way I'm going to be deployed April. So let's try in the military. Probably not going come back on a minesweeping unit that has no equipment. We have minesweepers. We didn't have batteries. So anyway, how's the football game? Yeah, the truck, the truck commercial. There's the other one where you gotta let the raff in. Dude, ever dotted the God. Damn. I gotta let that piece of shit back in at the end of the end zone. Yeah, let him in. There's a guy that uses his truck exclusively to pull over and write his wedding. Vows that push. Yeah. Yeah. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to sit in the back of his. That's a, that's a Volvo gotta sit there right vows to how 'bout you do that shit at home on your look off your face, move over and make room now..

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"colion noir" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"colion noir" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I know shooting existential crisis, like what can be done. I said earlier, the carnage. I think we're all on the same page. We just want less of the carnage what commonsense realistic things can be done to stop either the wrong. I want every law-abiding responsible gun owner to have as many guns as they want. I don't want the crazy people in the bad people to get them. What can we do is that of being obstructionist, which you have to admit the NRA can be a little obstructionist becomes this kind of stuff. What can we do? What can be done to stop carnage? So my mindset goes to, okay, there's already a problem. So I started the ground level, right? So I say, well, we need to harden the schools. I, that's my first thought process because the what you're asking me, something that's going to have to take time to get to. Sure. And and as you pointed out a lot of times with respect to parenting, for instance, which would absorb which would print solve a lot of the violence issues that we can have in this country. Parenting? Yeah. Factor. Will help things eighteen years down the. Doing, and I think it could help tomorrow as well if everyone got off fucking shit, hey, find me for for shits and giggles. Somebody asked my favorite Maxine Waters. What would she would? What was the problem with all the rise in gang banging shootings and stuff going on in Los Angeles. She had some very sink dancers. You can find that just reminded me about that. But yes, so it would be nice, but go ahead. So I say, we look at, for instance, like we take. Take instance, Chicago, the violence that's happening in places like SaaS Ashikaga. A ton of shootings outside Chicago wounds. Last school shooting south Ashikaga. No one's at school. Yeah. So let's let's take into account the people warm school. Right. All right. So we don't have those shootings, but there are tons of shooting that happening outside of the school. Right, right. And so one of the distinctive factors is those schools tend to have metal detectors. Good point there. Tons of guns around, they have metal detectors, and but when I bring up the idea of metal detector, say, for instance, and it's. Because no one once again. You know, my feeling that's very student point which is guns everywhere shooting everywhere, but not at the school. Maybe they get it out of their system on their way to school. Who you want to shoot a gun arms tired again. Come after lunch. It's not funny. Points this? Yeah, those schools are hardened and they have metal detectors and they always do that thing where it's like, hey, it could happen. Here can happen everywhere. We'll probably not in a place that's got a problem with violence and and metal detectors. Now, in terms of metal detectors, ego through buildings in anyone has gone through building in Manhattan, anyone's gone through an airport to Manhattan. I mean, that's the craziest part about arguing about that was always funny. It's like when you go to go up to the NPR building, do an interview, you have to show me your ID and get a bad, go through a detector as like you guys haven't your own lobby. Why can't we? Why? Why not to have it to vote, like come on now gets to be so we, we are getting pretty comfortable with passing through these. These metal detectors kind of daily life. Again,.

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"colion noir" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"colion noir" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"The children's health insurance program forcing government shutdown this one's journal of the american metal co association says the trump environmental agenda is likely to cost the lives of over eighty thousand americans so there's that and i guess those claiming that i would come out unscathed a recession must have missed the episode with elizabeth warren from the last recession you know before the crash i had most of my savings in leman brothers i don't even question i just want you to hold me okay because some things are more important than money and one of them is living in a country that reasonably resembles the one that existed from seventeen seventy six to twenty sixteen the situation this grey it is not crazy to us economic manipulation that's what sanctions are we pinch countries in the pocket book so though act better just think of this as sanctions against ourselves although again i can't really make recession happen even with my hundred million recessions happen and we always recover but full in republics don't rome fell and they still haven't fixed that stadium i'm not rooting for a disaster disaster is already here for recession is what it takes to make donald trump not so cute anymore than bring it on seriously one of the problems with the roaring economy is it tends to make people put up with a bad president it's like great sex in a bad relationship in the sex is good all the annoying things your partner does forgive it that's what we're in right now the good sex economy i just wanna america to say about donald trump would everybody in a relationship says when the hot sex whereas off what the fuck am i doing with this person joel at the winstone oklahoma july six at the brady hitter until two that's that's raj mega to twentieth and twenty first i wanna thank mike connors josh barro barrow near michael phone and polio no are i'll get it one of these times joins us now for overtime youtube thank you it is is real time with bill maher every friday ninety ten or watching anytime on demand for more information log on hbo dot com

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