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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

10:06 min | Last month

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"So you are Ah, shall we say? A Renaissance man of the world of media, and you have just published a How to E Book for podcasters. Is there a real big market for that? Well, everybody seems to want to do one. As you said at the beginning, and the barrier to entry is very low. Uh, there's no audition to pass. And pretty much the software that came preinstalled on your computer. And now even your smartphone enables us to broadcast instantly. Live if we want to, and upload things to the Internet so they can get downloaded, and that's how podcasting got started. So there is no problem with access. Or getting past the man. And if you if you get really good at this, you can reach a heck of a lot of people. A two names come quickly to mind by the way, and there are many I could put on this list, but let's just start with Adam Koroma and Joe Rogan. Joe Rogan is getting not a misprint. $100 million from Spotify to distribute his podcast. Meaning that they're going to sell the advertising inventory in it. And when I listen to his podcast earlier this week, I counted four commercials right off the top, So somebody must be listening and Somehow they're going to make a profit on paying him. $100 million. Wow, that that you stop to think about that that that implies a pretty fair transfer of money. We've I'm sure raised more than a few eyebrows out there right now, and I want to get into some of the specifics that That Holland offers because he holidays a very how to guy. It's one thing I have learned over the years in listening to and hopefully learning from Holland, and that is that he will outline just how it is that you go about doing what it is that he says that you need to do in Holland has been observing and, in fact, a working in the media long enough that he has a pretty good idea of just what it is that that you need to do. Let's start. With people who don't have a podcast, but the idea intrigues them. But no one of my what Oi podcast about I mean, I don't really I don't really know anything except how to bake chocolate chip cookies and I can knit and I know how to change my oil in my car that that hardly seems like the basis for a podcast. Well, it would not be the basis for a broadcast in the AM FM radio sense and a lot of the shows that I have worked with our weekend talk radio shows. And if you listen to talk radio on the weekend It's kind of like staring at the magazine rack in the supermarket. It is all specialty topics. There's home improvement is consumer electronics says long and gardening, this food and wine And that stuff compared to the Monday through Friday, Often political talk seems very niche, but to make it in podcasting, you want to go even narrower, and I know you were tongue in cheek a minute ago, when you were tossing out the hypothetical topics. But boutique is good. The narrower the better. There is a podcast out there about everything and whether it's bonsai trees or cigars or whatever your thing is, the more specific you can be the better. You don't, for instance, want to just do a podcast about hair loss? You may want to do a podcast about hair loss in women. Because there are millions of them all around the world who are worried about that. And it is, after all, the World Wide Web. So this is ah, very different orientation from what you and I have been doing for decades on AM FM radio. Where we're talking locally, perhaps toe 30 Square miles that is within earshot of your transmitter, and you're trying to be as local is possible. This turns that inside out. Because you are potentially talking to anyone anywhere Who's online? And with that big an audience to choose from, You can go very narrow and your topic might be staring. You're right in the face. What are you passionate about? What are you interested in? What can you help people with And let's face it. We're not talking here about broadcasting. We're talking about narrow casting, but you're right it if your savior picking from the world, which is approaching eight billion people You can aim pretty low. You can go for left handed Lithuanian Lego modelers and you'll you'll, you may find yourself a niche there. Yeah. I appreciate your obliteration and what began almost 20 years ago. Uh, when I pod was introduced Was from the user. This was not an idea that a manufacturer said, Hey, why don't you do your own radio show on the Internet Next year will be the 20th birthday of iPod. And if you think back 2001 suddenly. Everyone had one. And then a few years later, suddenly they didn't because Apple came along with iPhone, which could also do what iPod did, you know? Put 1000 songs in your pocket. And everything else and, oh, by the way, it will make a phone call. So what's interesting about this phenomenon is that it was the user and not the manufacturer who invented the medium because His iPod was supposed to be a music appliance. It was the user who figured out that audio is audio. So why does it have to be music? Quite candid, Be spoken word and suddenly people started doing do it yourself radio. It was amateurish. Certainly at first. But because the topics had very specific appeal, and because anybody could get him they started putting this stuff online that other people started finding it. And this was even years before Google. Now it's on social media. So now it's really easy to get found. Yeah. And of course, you have to keep in mind as well that you do have a lot of competition here. Howland tells me there's an estimated 850,000 active podcasters. Who have posted some 30 million episodes. So there is competition. Some people may be daunted at this point, Holland since they won't just me yakking, and I don't have a particularly good voice. I'm not a great writer, and I don't have any any production. No themes. No jingles. No Of multiple voices, just me yakking away. I can't possibly hope to compete beyond the people I see every Thanksgiving around the dinner table. You've just ticked off a bunch of attributes of broadcasting. You know, you kind of described what we call radio for Matics. When you talk about the jingles and the great voice and everything. What's driving this phenomenon is the content itself. And this kind of a reverse snobbery to it. There's an authenticity, sometimes to the rough cut nature of it. And Joe Rogan sounds like he's got a little salt shaker full of F bombs, and he just Sprinkle them throughout the show. It does not sound like AM FM broadcast intended for kids over here in the car, You know, it's very wild West out there. It's very rough cut. We are literally making it up as we go along, But you shouldn't feel like an out liar to join in the fun because We've been for recent years. I think we've been abusing the term. Mainstream media. We keep talking about mainstream media when we oughta instead be saying Legacy media and that's because of some of the numbers you just gave out. Is an estimated 260 million. Smartphones. In the USA. We're all walking around with a device that can broadcast live video or audio instantly and worldwide. These air inter connected Devices in our pocket. There's a quarter billion of us on Facebook is about 50 million Active Twitter users in the U. S. A. With the Death of George Floyd, for instance, captured not by a news crew. By a bystander with a smartphone. How can you say that? We the people, you know, we the unedited people are not now the mainstream media so the numbers are on our side. And you don't necessarily then have to sound like the stacks who acts of the big stick. Click here of the Big W Dig me. You don't have to. You don't have to have that. I've always said that I've known people who, if you had told them they needed an adenoid operation, they would have had some put in So, Yeah, you know you don't trick is you wanna violate that character? Exactly Fair that a lot of the successful podcasts out there might remind you of old radio. You know, when our parents Were young. They would sit around in the living room and watch the radio heard those stories. Yeah. During World War two. God bless our boys overseas. You know, we would sit around and watch radio and a lot of the podcast shows that are emerging. Have kind of a dramatic flair like that one of the early success stories Which began a genre of podcasting that we called true crime back in 2014. Serial was the title of it. It was episodic, and it was investigating the murder of a high school student in Baltimore. And this thing attracted such a following that they ended up doing three seasons..

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

03:34 min | 4 months ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on New Media Show

"Back to advertising I? Think one of the things most interesting to me about the deal with spotify Joe Rogan is that they don't have you know they didn't buy the bright the shell which seems very bizarre to me. Was Brilliant on Joe's part they're gonNA I'm sure there's. Going to advertise on the ends then Joe's filled up in the middle. Right right. And then it was more about grabbing audience share yet. And I. think that's what I definitely picked up from the the Joe Biden argument is that. That's where that's. That's the trading value. Right? That's going on right now it's it's bringing those. Unique audience members over to spotify. Right. So if they can get you over there, that means especially on exclusive deal than the bargain that's being made as you're going to bring your audience over there. and. It's the same thing that You know Mister Howard Stern did the Sirius Xm yet you know and I've never had listened to a Joe Biden podcast before but I became a superfan. Of Him just an at twenty, three minute you youtube video. Here's here's why here's why. What he gets it he gets it. He understands the value you know he's over the top says what he is he's got a big ego fine. He can be what key understands. What podcasting really the true value and to me it's just like we need some bigger names of podcasting space. To be emphasizing the cautions and things to because I can sit here all day and beat a drum. Rob You can do and it's just too old for mudgene. Making comments about. The space and wanted to have greater that is very, very successful and he's pissed. Because he felt, he has been dealt a bad hand. And treat tree like music artists to me. That is like wake up people. Let's make sure were protecting the base and doing what we have to do to podcasting moving forward being open an open platform and make I just want podcasters make sure they make the decisions if they're gonNA go sign with spotify great cash at check. You know and taught at the end of the day You know I think this raises a very interesting question and that's An. In all signs point back to Joe Rogan Joe Rogan didn't. Is, podcast wasn't heard on spotify until he did that deal. So it because in the reason that Joe Rogan didn't WanNa be on spotify was because of how spotify treats music artists. Right. In doesn't pay them very much. So you think about that question and it gets back to you know how much control do we have over the distribution of our show and that's that's what we're trading on. and Joe made this value equation that he'd he'd rather get paid I mean we don't know how much he's getting paid. A whole a rumor it could be a hundred and fifty, million, two, hundred, million. Who knows what the performance incentives were. We just don't know but for to make that move. Tells me that it was a very lucrative deal because joe is against being over there for the same reason that that Joe Button is raising concerns. Joe Didn't get as good a deal Joe Button didn't as good. A deal is your Rogan. Did I think is what it really comes down.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

07:28 min | 5 months ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

"To. Jeff. Flock. Listening to the conservative circus. Ringmaster James T harass? Me Joe Biden. All. My goodness. You know things are bad when your. Wife has to come out and speak on your behalf. Whatever's all this like this is the joke. Right, but it's not a joke. Dr. Jill. Biden Dr Jill. Abide in a she of was on the television and she was asking or being asked softball questions was answering them, and then you know it's getting so bad that the media. Is Having to to ask serious questions about about Joe, Biden, kind of in a sneaky way. Not Straightforward because he's suffering from dementia. But you know he's going through debate and Jill Biden took that question and and she took it on. Well, the five President Debate Donald Trump this fall. Oh yes. He Will I. Think they've already. I think fits, three debates it they decided on. So yeah, barrister. Will be there Oh. Yeah. They've decided on three debates. He is going to be there. There's been some pushback back. from a Joe Biden himself, Joe? Biden, or they let him out of the bunker. To address the fact that. There's questions of whether or not. He's going to say, no, I'm standing by what I said. I don't think that Joe Biden is going to debate because I don't think he's he's capable unless they really kind of like you know juice them up with some stuff. But I don't think they're going to be able to get an hour out of him. I don't think we're GONNA be able to get enough time out of them. He can respond in short little clips. But as far as trying to get him to to actually debate the issues all my goodness. The Democrat Party is very, very nervous about this. So they had joe from his basement from his bunker I, each time. I. See him. He doesn't look that. Well, he just looks worse. But he is about Joe Biden out to talk about the debates. I'm so forward looking to have an opportunity to sit with the president or staying with the President and debates. We're going to be plenty of time. Out I. So forward, looking to debating. The president is standing on a stage and debating the the president. We have a doctor Jill once again, saying that talking about the her husband. And his vision for the country, do you think that he's more moderate in tone than maybe in policy I, some of the policies that he has embraced during this primary, and then in those conversations with Bernie, sanders they. They are a lot more progressive even than during the Obama years, you know I. Think Joe has a really strong vision of where he wants to take this country and he has a strategy and a plan, and whether it's on climate change, our education or the economy. Joe knows where he's going and what he wants to do I don't think he knows where he's going. And I don't think he knows what to do and I think that this is the latest scam to get Joe. Biden out in front of the cameras and talk about the debate to try to string this along as far as they can I, still think something is going to happen. Because I don't think that Joe Biden is in any place as in any shape to have a debate and neither does around Daniel she's over there at the at the iron. See. She brings up a very interesting point. I mean, what? What do we do? If. Joe. Biden does not debate. Biden doesn't WANNA debate. He's incoherent at fast. We've seen many of his gas from his basement. They're afraid to put him on a debate stage. I, just WanNa say this I think it's disqualifying if you cannot debate. In front of the American people and make your case as to why you should be president as to why you should go against people like Putin or she. Then you should not be president and you need to debate I think if he doesn't debate if he doesn't do all three, he should be disqualified for actually running for president. Wow he should be disqualified. If he doesn't debate. It's not just tradition. There are some rules. There were agreements that were that they agreed to three debates here, but that's pretty that's I think that's serious, but you know what I think it's point to. If we had some real reporting going gone. If Jill Biden was sit down with somebody from one America. News. I bet you did ask her. Have you. No shame. Dr Biden? Wide You allowing this to happen to your husband. Why are you guys Carnegie out there? Why are you putting in front of Cameras? Why are you trying to act as if he is a Joe Biden of ten years ago. What is the motivation? What your motivation Dr Biden Dr Jill? I would ask the question. because. It's going to come to that. And the fact that you have so many people out there. Who are now politicals? Ross of Joe Rogan let find Joan wrote. Joe Rogan Joe Rogan has a podcast. He's one of the most listened to podcasts people on the planet has he is the most listened to. Just, signed hundred billion dollar contract doing podcasts. So, lot of people tune into him and even he is now pointing out the fact that that Joe Biden is not hitting all cylinders. I believe there's also large group of people that are very uncomfortable with a man who seems to be mentally compromised, winning the election and doing so by hiding. Guys never he just at another thing, the other day and he forgot where he was. Yeah. He's hiding. He's forgetting where he where he is. I think is I'm not trying to make fun of on that I said that showed it. What you many times I went through this with my father I don't wish this on anybody. And that's why. If it is true. We have to question the people who are handling Joe Biden. Why are they allowing? For him to be used in this manner. The political mood is is changing in New York City and Mayor Bill De. blasio is in the crosshairs. We're GONNA talk about that at eight, forty eight. Riley here. This morning nine, fifty on five fifty K. of why I don FM and ninety, five, point, five, hd two. Free. 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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

07:47 min | 6 months ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Like it was like toll related to me but you would see like and it's often correlated to the times they do these mass manning's so the most recent one with I. Think Chapel Trap. Band as well. But it was Stephan on you had like the American renaissance bans they had if. Eighties. You were meant you mentioned him last episode to. Enough one of my favorite youtube channel. So oftentimes, the mass bandings I've noticed through my own feed and this is not this is not. ME. ME. Looking for something that isn't there like it is like what the fuck happened in my feet and then and then Oh, yeah. There was a recent band like it's like I. I realized that after the fact. But oftentimes the. Mike, you can see them. It's not even like channels that I liked or followed were were necessarily band. It's just there's a huge van and then there's also huge shuffle your with what would be presented to me. And so like I think they're getting smarter with their a they're getting better at kind of taking people to where they want them to go because I used to be like, let's say watch Nick Quintas before I would always be recommended like Fox News Yeah Yeah me too. Yeah. Like right after the Fox News Fox News and I'm like who the fuck is watching pointers that wants to watch Fox News afterwards dozen not saint. People Right. And then let's say you watch like I watched Tim Pool A lot. So I'll watched him pool and they'd be again like Fox News. I'd be like what the Fuck and now I've noticed like if I watched him pool my my next video is going to be like Brett Weinstein it's GonNa be like the A or Joe Rogan or like the inner intellectual dark web types right? I honestly think the intellectual dark web I think they I, think they kind of calming longtime ago and they were like, yeah, we're GONNA like, no, you don't think so. I think they kind of like Saumur writing on the walls and that's why they're not pushing the things that we thought they were going to push be like Kay well, you need to form this group of people that's popular that people like and it's safe enough that we can save things want to say, and that will like solidify our our place in this in this. Environment I think like I think they have a solid group that's good for making money for sure. and it's like it's also like. If you look at the people like that, Joe, Rogan used to have on an people has now they're all a lot safer choices than they used to be and Sam. Harris is the worst fucking person for this I love Sam, I listen. So use them shit yeah. I bought his books, and now like Sam House cannot get a good guest on. He cannot get an get a guest on that is like outside of something that's so obviously safe for his platform, right? and. He's even like not really on Youtube. He's behind a paywall. Yeah, and he still he still won't do it. Lost respect for like. Three or four years ago. Oh really. No I wouldn't go that far I still like the same Harrison's content I respect it, but it's not like he used to be coward. Yeah I. Yeah I don't I'm not sure I disagree with that statement. He man like you look Sam. Harris when they were in the four horsemen of the apocalypse like the off he would say. Yeah. The wait was an uncle, the four horsemen of the boggled. Oh Fuck I call themselves. But yet like you look at him, Hitchens Dannatt and what's the other one? Dawkins. Devolve I mean doctors oldest faulk and he's not in the world anymore. He's not. He's only on twitter a little bit and he gets in trouble. They just yell at him every once in a while. But like the thing, the debates they were having with people were so interesting they're having these long term. Back in the day. And like scientific. Like, science conferences having huge conversations about like where society is going and what it means for free speech and like why it's important and stuff like that, and now it's just like radio silence like they're not talking about anything interesting at all, they're like. WHOA, commodity. Vanguards of that time with like being anti religious and you know their weapon was like reason and logic. And then when when when they could move past that and move on to other things To. Go. Back to the Cathedral. They were not welcome in those fears. So when Sam Harris tried to I'm not sure if you even tried to do this. But when he moved into race and biology in like populations or knicks like that was not like that was like red alert like you shut up now and he did was he was talking to Pharaohs Murray Charles Marie Yeah. And like. PODCAST, even up on youtube anymore. I don't think so. Really. I mean that's a that's like that's I wouldn't be surprised actually you might be raised. Let's say it's still up it's not like that's not getting. That's not in your recommended this. This is this is vanilla kit to no, it's up it's up, it's up. Like. If. I understand why he went behind the pay wall he he saw the writing on the wall. He's like he's like I cannot continue to produce content without support from my fans if they don't pay me to do it like I can't exist in a world where it makes sense for me to do. So he moved behind the Pay Wall right yeah. But. But same Harris fucking loaded like Sam Harris I don't understand this about same Harrison like Sam Harris will be like, Hey, I'm in the meditation so he'll monetize it and make like a meditation APP and make money off that and then it'd be like hey. I'm GonNa Science so he'll monetize a science and write books about that and make money and he'll be like, Hey, I'm an, it's foggier politics so he'll monetize that like do you really have to make fucking money every single thing? You do Sam Yeah Single Acne. Like you are a millionaire could you not just sit back and back? Okay. I'm going to open on my website I'm going to talk to wherever the fuck I want I'm going to have these interesting conversations that you claim you care about so much like you claim that you're like. Hey Look I just want to have these uncomfortable conversations of people these miscue conversations and it's like, okay. But like you're already a millionaire, you were rich from the day you were born like you've been given every single opportunity and you say things like, Oh, well, I have to think about the welfare of my family like being able to provide from. Yeah like. Going Like you know your investments are good. You know the money you got from your family is good. You know the money you've already made off of all these different folks platforms will last you for the rest of your life. Yes. You are independently wealthy and the same goes for Joe Rogan Joe Rogan. I've no respect for anyone who cowers away from conversation that has a million dollars in their pocket period never. So like Sam Harris all those guys. Well. Okay. So hold on. Let's say like let's say like the Weinstein brothers like they're rich but they're not that rich. They're not like rich like Joe Rogan's reg the not rich like Sam Harris rich so like if you're like Weinstein he got kicked out of university is like fuck? I used to.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

Verdict with Ted Cruz

13:44 min | 8 months ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

"You know they they WANNA virtue signal on on sexual assault. Where'S THE ACLU? On the allegations against Joe Biden. I I don't recall the and by the way. Remember the sitting Lieutenant Governor Virginia Threat Pretty Serious allegations of rape against him but but but he's a democrat. Of course you forgotten him. Has any media outlet covered that for six months? It's disappeared. Why because he's a democrat. Where's the show you on that? And and and and so it is a this point so shamelessly partisan that that it ought to be possible to defend principles defend the constitution defend the bill of rights with coherency and and and fairness. Let's look when there's a sexual assault allegation? I believe the alleged victim should be treated with respect. Should be listened to should. The allegations should be treated seriously but it still depends on the evidence. The accused deserves the presumption of innocence. And you should look to the facts that that's actually a fair and neutral way to apply it. It's not the way the these hardcore left E. Partisans are treating that's right. We have kangaroo courts on college campuses that are trampling over the due process rights of the accused and that for some reason. These panels of professors are are dealing with one of the most serious crimes you can commit not our criminal justice system but for some reason these these random professors and deans. You can't record there. You got the kangaroo courts at the federal level now trying to continue the persecution of Michael Flynn. We're looking around. We're saying what happened to our civil liberties and I think for most Americans the way it really affects. Our lives is. We were told fifteen days to slow the spread. We're going to give up some of our civil liberties because obviously there's this epidemic going around and we WANNA keep everybody safe now. You know I think. A lot of states are being very reasonable about this reacting to evidence some states some cities or becoming downright arbitrary in their power grabs. They're saying that these power gaps are going to go on indefinitely. Are those places just simply lost? Our civil liberties well eliminate make two points one sexual assault and then one more generally on individual liberty and civil liberties on sexual assault Look I I have argued and won numerous cases dealing with a prosecuting and in some cases seeking the death penalty for child rapes. Those who committed sexual assault. I think it needs to be punished. Very seriously I've also been leading the fight along with New York Democrat. Kirsten Gillibrand to change the way sexual assault is prosecuted in the military. The military unfortunately has been a long problem where the decisions charging decisions right now are made by the commanding officer and the problem. Is You get conflicts of interest and victims of sexual assault? The military? Don't don't feel confident to come forward with those allegations so long. Been an advocate of changing the charging decisions from the commanding officer to a military career prosecutors. So keeping it within the military but not in the immediate chain of command so the prosecutor can fairly evaluate the evidence be credible and decide whether or not there's sufficient evidence to charge sexual assault. The reason I bring that up is all of the virtuous signaling lefties for eight years. Barack Obama was president. He could have changed in any day. He could've changed. How sexual assault in the military has prosecuted and Barack Obama for eight years refused to do it? That actually would make a difference and it needs to be done so your second point about about individual liberties we're saying in any crisis I remember the movie Wall Street gifts at there. There's a great saint scene where where Lou the old broker says says to Charlie Sheen. You know I'm GonNa Paraphrase this mess this up but something to the effect of There comes a time in a crisis with a man stares into the abyss and in the abyss finds character and that is what saves him from the abyss. That's close to it. A good rendition. Looking at tot in a time of crisis you someone's character. Yup and we are seeing the character of these petty authoritarian tyrants who who who are running around stripping away civil liberties you know just earlier. Today I saw a video of a woman. You New York and African American mom who was walking with with her son. He's I don't know maybe three or four years old young child walking through the subway and she committed apparently the Cardinal Santos. She wasn't wearing a mask and she was surrounded by police officers. Who threw on the ground? Bristle turn to the ground. Push her into number one the nasty dirty subway station floor. I can't imagine anyone lying down and handcuffed. Her and her little son is sitting there watching this by the way. Where's the cell you you WanNa talk about like okay? I'm not saying it's so easy for people to embrace extremes. I'm not saying never wear a mask ever. I wear a mask when I'm on an airplane. I wear a mask what I meant. Go to the grocery store. I'm wearing a mask. I WANNA be respect public safety. But it could have been really different if they had given her a mass. They hadn't like you shouldn't be throwing young. Moms to the ground in front of their little kids and handcuffing them for not wearing or bass. That's just stupid but these authoritarian tyrants they believe in government power they hate liberty. It's the same numskulls different numskulls with the same type of squirrels who sent in bulldozers and California to fill a skate park. Saint like what but He that video. If you haven't seen it you ought to watch it. And by the way I think it would be perfectly reasonable for the local officials too to have a police officer there and say kids. You guys need to socially distance. Don't all gather together spread apart and be safe but you know look if a kid wants go. Skateboarding like it's only malicious tyranny. Yes that fills escape part with sand. That's just dumb. And it's the same militias tyranny that throws a mom on the floor at handcuffs her in front of a little kid and of course. The people who feel that skateboards should have known that teenage skateboard punks are not exactly known for following the rules. So they were obviously GonNa do this and at and go right back to skateboarding. More power to them. I really enjoyed it and last I checked at skateboarders are loners Certainly all the skateboarders. I've known and by the way if for anyone who who saw a young and hip and rebellious remember. It is the lefty dams that are trying to strip away. Your freedom remember. Who's doing it? Remember the tires and by the way you know. You're in California right now. I don't see actually the the Monitor's watching you. Although although I kind of expect sky net drone to come in any moment now and like find you but I gotta say there are. There are a lot of Californians look into flee including some pretty prominent players. I You I noticed Elon. Musk was it is I mean he's one of the wealthiest guys one of the most accessible guys in California. I think he's put his houses on the market. He said he's going to move to either Nevada or Texas. You're seeing a number of other people. Senators this an invitation. We we all just go down to Texas now. Yes with the caveat. So you're all invited but there needs to be an entrance exam if you're going to vote for the sort of lefty commies at screwed up California. Please stay where you are and enjoy what you voted for. If you're willing to come for freedom we would welcome you. And so he learned Moss. Look his Tesla Factory. He wants to open workers. WanNa open and the petty tyrants said No. You can't work. And by the way there was a democratic state legislator who sent out a tweet that was Fu Elon. Musk what on earth is going on. That elected officials are tweeting expletives. At their constituents these are the same clowns who last week we talked about the the elected Democratic Judge in Dallas that demanded of Shelley Luther. The hairdresser apologized to your elected officials. You guys are not frigging overlords. Get off your power trip and don't curse at your constituents and so I sent out a tweet to deal on. Musk saying come to Texas. We welcome you. We Love Jobs. We like making cars and trucks down here. We'd love to have Tesla by the way I gotta say Tesla's tests. I have some friends who have it. They're amazing drives and my girls desperately wants to get a tesla because so the coolest thing is on the giant. Tv screen in the middle. I guess there's a button that makes a fart noise from each of the seats which to a nine year old and twelve year old and even to a forty nine year. Old Really Fun you know about that. Well I had who also was talking to moving to Texas is Joe Rogan now. Joe Rogan Joe Rogan said Aright. I can't stand it I may move to Texas. I said Joe. We'd welcome you here. Not Now you and I know Joe had been the number one podcast until Joe. Rogan was dethroned by yours. Truly in this podcast. Yes I do. Remember that Well I hope I hope he didn't take it so hard that he he realized that you know really that huge podcast is in Texas. It's the cruise resident. So he's gotta go go see where the magic is and look Joe. Joe Rogan had his flirtation with Bernie Sanders and if he thinks that that big government status or the way to go than stay. Where you are Joe. We don't want you if you WANNA bring that the that that that Kinda Talibanism dust but but if this is made you realize you know people like to be free. Leave me the hell alone. That doesn't mean anarchy. It means respect civil liberties respect. Freedom if you're willing to stand for freedom come to Texas we want and you know the Joe Rogan move and the Elon. Musk move are both interesting? Because I know that Joe was Bernie Bro for awhile. But he really is a sort of independent thinker. You can't always nail him down on one political party or the other and the fact that the the effect of this government overreach has been to tell people who like Elon. Musk relax Joe Rogan. Who are a little more independent minded? Maybe the left is really not where the future is. Maybe the left is not not where your interests are that could have some serious effects for November. Obviously there are a lot of a lot of variables found. What am I? Remem- ring right that that the Joe. Rogan had an episode that he had Ilan Gone. Were they both smoked pot? I believe the podcast or not inhaled. But they did both smoke pot society. I don't know if if there is sort of a libertarian streak. That's coming out that's okay. You're welcome to come here to you and I might have an episode in which I was asking before if you own a smoking jacket I can see you pull it out like Sherlock Holmes type or something drew we could. That's I guess that's one thing I could bring from California to Texas Well to save that for a future episode Obviously before we go we gotta get to some mailbag questions. There are a lot of people who have questions all over the place. So let's get right into it from Nick Senator. What do you think if you think anything at all about that video that came out of Georgia? The shooting of the Man Ahmad Barberie by those two guys in the truck Do you have any take on this? This is being on one hand. People are saying that these were crypto clansmen and it it's a modern day lynching on the other hand people are saying even possibly was justified. I think most people are not taking either of those extreme positions. What what is your take. Look I I saw the video the shooting. I think it's really troubling And so I. I'm glad to see that. The prosecution is moving forward based on what I've seen. What happens seems wrong now. Look this whole team has of this show. We focused on civil liberties and so the defendants have a right to presumption of innocence. They have a right to due process and so so. The trial ought to go forward. They ought to look at what the actual evidence is. We don't know all the evidence but I gotta say you know anytime you have two people driving up in a truck and shooting an unarmed ban. That's really problematic. And certainly with the tragic history of race in our country made it raises. It's messed up so I'm glad that the prosecutors are moving forward based on what I've seen there certainly enough evidence to move forward but the process needs to play out and we need to find out the truth. That's reasonable senator. That has no place on twitter or anywhere else on the Internet. You have to have a very extreme position or else you're you're not allowed to voice it. On the Internet from Vince is there any legislation plan being proposed to curtail the suppression of content on social media platforms or could or? Should this be a private citizen endeavor to sue where needed or where possible all of the above? Yes as you know. A huge focus of mine has been the power of big tech and big.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Pin Slice Slice Semi D. This is New York deep. That's Chicago casserole. All you can suck my Denver did. Do you know what I used to like. They have those on Fairfax. Domino's did you ever dumb Janos on Fairfax it's pretty good can still order the best pizzas called Mahal Pizza here. Yes where is it? There's there's a Joe's pizza which I thought it was the same one as New York but there's kind of Felix Felix Felix. Have THE BEST PIZZA. I've ever had recently rose cafe sick and so is Lena. Justice Pizzas Jews. Same juice. I'll tell you what Felix has the best fucking pasta. I mean Pizza Barada. I've ever really. Where's that place to nab mckinney? And so you can order the one you like in Chicago or that loose or that. I'm not the guy either. I'm not a place where Al Capone the Valentine's Day mass. I'm out I went to there. We wait in an hour. Bread was nice. It was good but compared to New York. I want you to come have a Felix Pizza with me. I really like I went to join the takeaway and I and I had to Barada Pomodoro pizza and it was. It was so crazy. Tigers favorite pizza there this one hundred dollars and get the real shit said Dude I might have to do that and go straight pepperoni so yeah get pepperoni and put that in dry. Ice Dry since frozen. Okay send it to you now. You don't have the same ovens as the place. I hear. It's good my momma. Did it with lose for Christmas one year and it was fantastic. That looks when we were doing this. Fucking guy I swear to. God would have his mother send him House Zones. Already Jones from Jersey from where he wasn't Jersey and we were like and Dave was like your mom sent you cal- zones and he was like this fucking Mama's boy nothing about an ice councilmen pizza sandwich. I'm not I'm I like the Pizza Man. I can't do the pizzas only dip it in the sauce. You tell me that you had some of Eddie. I mean with Frankie Edgar and Jersey. Piece the water. Yeah Yeah but that's why you can't get New York pizza out here because the water anymore go go have that Felix go have Jelinek rose cafe. They got some. They've profess Joe's pizza from pizza. Felix Pizza Ju Ju Lena Takeaway introduced now fuck with anybody in the world urban. What do you want some what? The fuck is a drink now. Senior Role Japanese whiskey touch and for under budget signs. And what's out of? Do you WANNA come. It's so nice because cops are you want one. I'm not having a you're you're just drinking it out of the bottle. Yeah I thought it was like a weird iced tea and I was. He has a little problem. Not a big one. Yeah but he. He'll drink a whole bottle. Listen it drink a whole model in a night a whole bottle. I sober yeah. He's a whiskey guy when he's on the road he's on the roads. Friday and Saturday. He's going to two bottles a whisky. You know who I blame is Joe Rogan Joe Rogan. Because when I do have a shop mayor to drink before I do. Stand up his shot with me. Trust me doing it long. I can fucking shot of Whiskey. Best Santa My life went. We'll yeah since then then then went from shots two doubles and so I have a shot and a double before every set and then I got on here started. What adderall thousand some gone? It ruined my life. Yeah State of phone. That's what I thought it wrong doing. Hey don't listen cal it does fuck with your.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen

#GetSome with Gary Owen

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen

"His girlfriend or walking down an alley and then you see these two guys with the ski mask on and they go to rob him and and the guy goes you'll know who you're messing with and then we don't care so they as the robin them the oh okay. There's a white guy black guys robin. You don't know who they are because their ski masks from the guy gets in a scuffle with the guy and he shoots him and the girlfriend so he kills the girlfriend he kills the girlfriend and then great. I have my home phone. Oh has it rang in six months. Who who fox call a home phone. Who's in her at the podcast. Nobody home number number hopeful number. I it's joe rogan joe rogan's in my podcast. I know it okay that was that was a commercial break for a._t. And t. foam phones okay so let me just reiterate. It's a white black dude got ski mask on so they robbed italian guy this white guy. It's hang on his girlfriend. The end of killing the girlfriend and you think they kill the italian dude young do but they don't but the new says he did but they don't so they. The black guy is like why did you do that. We just can't robin. We had come to kill. Nobody nobody book the white is the one who gets those go so they leave and ends up. The italian. Dude is not dead they. They thought he was dead. He's not and his dad is like a mafia boss and so he just by circumstance circumstance the white dude since they took the jewelry and everything off the italian guy and his girlfriend the white do gives his girlfriend the watch that he just killed that he just stole the night before and killed the girl that was wearing it so his his girlfriend just happens to be a nurse she gets called to this italian mafia guys house to take care of her his son almost like like hospice care and the sun sees the watch knows it's gopher watch and lose it so he ends up killing the the mafia family ends up killing in the white dude and his girlfriend and now the black and i'm not getting away louis because this all happens in the first ten minutes and now the black on the run from the mafia. He killed the wrong girl. The wrong guy in the action is so bad. It's so and they make it out. They make it seem like the mafia are the bad guys in this in this moving on my they're really not they reminding their business and then the blagden and the white new rob so you're they make it out like you're rooting for this black the guy but really i'm thinking well they shouldn't have robbed them and then just the people pull. They hired to play the mafia people. It's so bad it's the jokes are bad. They're so like at one point. There's a chase it's like the black guy and his and his girlfriend and his brother comes back co rally comes back from war and is in army outfit that clearly clearly not an army outfit like they could easy google the proper army attire and he keeps wearing these camouflage pants dude. You're not at war anymore. Tape campus pants off and then but at one point the two italian guys are chason the black and his girlfriend and his brother and and they run out of breath and he goes me pulls a tool jamea kind of catan on the meatballs like what the fuck it's it's. I mean it's the mafia guys of the funniest man it's clearly all local casting. I think the move the whole movie took place in philadelphia and i think they they hired a bunch of people from philadelphia..

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on Harmontown

"Yeah I went into a when we're shooting this show shooting the show Joe Rogan Joe Rogan questions everything we were like it was very funny show because he because he never questioned Joe Rogan admit it knows like we both went into the show I know I did we both went into the show of the kind of like. I really thought maybe we're gonNA fucking find something. I remember you telling me about this. Because when I was like like seems like a different world but we were briefly talking about what developing thing yeah that's right like where you go and you're like I just did that hat and it's like it didn't it was it was because if you wanna treat art bell. Does it really in a perfect way or he didn't imperfect by wait did he died right unfortunately are about Paso yeah anyway he did he like we just let people talk about the store. He doesn't passionate whereas like Rogan over the course of the series began to realize like Oh yeah it's not of course it's not it's not out there or meeting with people who are like like saying that alien seeds planted in them and stuff and but anyway we ended up in a underground subterranean limestone cave I ended up there metaphorically natively to book called reality but it was it was like an a limestone gave the government had used a store shit and then this guy bought it and he was renting out space Rica Park Your R._V. Down there and you realize like once the door shut right the blast doors shut and it locks that guy becomes king I saw I think you remember you telling me about that. Literally put a tricycle out there because they like jeers and it's like Oh the future tomorrow thing and it's like Oh God no like Laura up playing rise Undergrad like remind me that will be coming here with a child when there's no law and I'm still who I am that's right and can't do a sit up much less stand up to the guy who had the foresight biceps to dig a whole living in now that's right. Here's my toddler take care of her. I'M GONNA go hunt for frozen pizza. Yeah I hope nothing untorn happens as you create a new society with my mosquito coasts anyways the mosquito Costa Guy Watch a movie. It's amazing. It's actually really relevant now. It's Harrison Ford's you can be into it the the before he was so sleepy like he was still looking forward to stuff like you could tell you it was like I don't know maybe I'll be king lear before that point where he was like Kim. Everyone gets mad. When I complaining winging it crashed the plane on a golf course and brilliantly it was all doctors were golfing that and he crashed the plane and it was just a bunch of off-duty doctors that sought to hunt Solo? That's fucking brought there there was I clicked on his youtube video that was to were of something like it was like the headline was like take a tour of the world's most expensive <hes> bomb shelters or something something caught my attention that was like I don't know if they call the most expensive or they just name the price for one billion dollars you could live here after the apocalypse or something and it was like an abandoned military missile missile silo so make sense. You're like Oh wow cool. Where do you want to be in the event of something horrible? Oh a re decommissioned place where they actually thought people are going to be sitting and pushing the buttons that that was negotiating the world like like probably place to start with your little Lord of the flies fans the best airbnb but it was so it was the whole thing was like the intro of it. The description of it was sort of like this is for rich people. This is for rich people law and it was like it was so depressing it was almost therapeutic because you're like yeah like richness in the apocalypse is going to buy you literally the right. Maybe maybe kind of to pull up to the entertainment. Weekly Party of having been promised that you're billion dollars is still worth anything. What was the currency at that point?.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Aliens democrat presidential candidate Julian Castro has this for you. Crime happens. Monday on the Chris Plante show, nine till rush, WLS, AM, eight ninety. Welcome back his Ben Shapiro show. Well, the New York Times is hot on the trail of radicalization and shocker shocker, they found it in conservative YouTubers, this Caleb, Kane, who a very, very important human, I visited Mr. Cain in West Virginia after seeing his YouTube video, denouncing the far right? We spent hours, discussing his radicalization to back up his recollections he downloaded and sent me his entire YouTube history of all the more than twelve thousand videos and more than twenty five hundred search queries dating in two thousand fifteen right there that should have ended the article if you've watched more than twelve thousand videos and more than twenty five hundred search queries on YouTube dating back to twenty fifteen you're spending a lot of time on YouTube. There may be some other issues with you, and also is every single one of those videos to blame because, you know, at one of the videos he watched was Jimmy Kimmel. Probably Jimmy Kimmel is to blame. These interviews data points from a picture of a disillusioned young man internet savvy group of right wing reactionaries, and a powerful algorithm that learns to connect the two. It's just that YouTube may have played a role in steering mister Cain, another young men like him toward the far right fringes. It also suggested that in time his capable of steering them in very different directions. Okay. Well, now you really don't have a point of your article. Right. So you're saying the YouTube could direct you to the far right? Also direct you to left, which means you're an independent humid, with capacity to click on things. Congratulations. And they talk about that. And they have a chart. It shows the number of political videos that this guy watch each month. It says the right wing content mister Cain viewed in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen often consisted of videos by Sophon. Molly with titles like social Justice warriors always lie and the global warming hoax. And then it says mister Cain. Also, watch many videos by members of the so-called intellectual dark web, that'd be a group in which I'm involved like the popular comedian Joe Rogan and the political commentator David, it's Joe Rogan's fault. Is Joe's fault. Amazing. It's amazing. So he watches video by Stefan Mulinuu in a video by Joe Rogan Joe Rogan's fault. Clearly during two thousand seventeen km began watching more videos from left-wing channels. Oh, amazing. So then why is this story? I'm confused wise from page story with a graphic of me. I'm just a little confused. Awesome confused by this guy Caleb, Kane is an important human because he made a video like welcome to the world where everybody makes videos from an early age. Mister Cain was fascinated by internet culture says the New York Times as a teenager. He browsed fortune. The wall is message board. Okay. Well, that would be a pretty good indicator that the guy was ripe for radicalization already by the time us a teenager. Four Chan is a lot more radical than YouTube in terms of general content. He played online games with his friends are videos of intellectuals debating charge topics like the existence of God. Clearly that's the problem. The internet was an escape Mr. king grew up in post industrial Appalachia was raised by his conservative Christian grandparents. He was smart, but try and socially awkward. He went to community college. But dropped out after three semesters broken depress resolved to get his act together he'd be looking for help in the same place. He looked for everything YouTube one day, late two thousand fourteen YouTube recommended a self help video by Stefan, Malu a Canadian talk show host and self-styled philosopher, Mr. Malu, who describes himself as an ARCO capitalist had a political agenda. Here's a men's right? Advocate who say. That feminism was a form of socialism, and the progressive gender politics were holding young men back. He offered a conservative commentary on pop culture and current events explaining why Disney's frozen was an allegory about female vanity or the fatal shooting of an armed black teenager by white police officer was proof of the dangerous of rap culture. Mister Cain was a liberal who cared about social Justice worried about wealth, inequality, and believe in climate change. But he found Mr. Maloney's diatribes fascinating. Even when they disagreed and then apparently he started watching a lot of videos. We watch them Paul Joseph Watson. And then he watched him a lot of videos on feminism, and then he watched some racist videos, but he never actually became racist, the here's the best part. Okay. So finally, you get to the point of all of this, he is asked whether, in fact, he ever turned into a racist after watching all this stuff, quote, Mr. K never bought into the rights most extreme views the far right's most extreme Hughes like holocaust denial or the need for white Ethno state still far right ideology, led into his daily life, he began referring to himself as a trad con a traditional conservative committed to old fashioned gender norms. He dated an evangelical Christian woman, and he followed his liberal friends, it was kind of sad said, Zelda, wait a friend of Mr. canes from high school. I was just like, wow, what happened. How did you get this way? So if you're not a liberal, and you data conservative, obviously, there's something wrong with you. And then they focus in on me a lot. I mean this article is largely about stuff on Mulinuu. But again, I'm confused as to why it is why it is that this particular person is being profiled when he was never sucked into Stefan news kind of outright, worldview. And then I love this in two thousand eighteen early four years after mister Cain had begun watching, right? When YouTube videos, a new kind of DO began appearing in his recommendations, these videos, were made by left-wing creators, but they mimicked the aesthetics of right wing. Youtube one videos at abate, about immigration between miss southern Lawrence outhern, even Bonello, liberal youtuber notice destiny Cain. Watch the video to cheer on southern. But Mr. Bonello is a better debater and MC mister Cain reluctantly declared him the winner. Mister Cain also found videos by Natalie win a former academic philosopher goes by the name contra points miss win wore elaborate costumes into drag performances in which you explained. Why western culture wasn't under attack from immigrants or why race was a social construct, and then talked about how wonderfully funny and engaging, all of these people are on the right? And then he says, well, he became left wing. Oh, well so too. Happy stories. This is a happy story in the end. And then he came out and he said that he didn't like all of the stuff that he had watched before. And then people were mean to the New York Times spends, I kid, you not several thousand words on the story, and they have pictures again, of Milton Friedman, and me alongside pictures of actual outright, racists, who have spent many years ripping. Hey, the goal of the New York Times story is obvious Kane stories is not all that interesting. There's nothing there. So the question is why did the New York Times etiquette as much face to it? The reason the New York Times dedicated this much face to it is because this is part of a hard push by the left in advance of the twenty twenty election to silence. Right wing views. That's what this is that is why they're wanting in everybody on the right. That's why are suggesting that YouTube algorithm. Not that people watch my videos, YouTube algorithm, wrongly directs them to all right? That he has a proposition with which I would generally agree. But the idea is that my video should not be promoted. And Crowder's video should not be promoted and anybody else who's on the right there videos should not be promoted like mainstream right wing figures their videos should not be promoted Jordan Peterson shouldn't be promoted Joe Rogan shouldn't be promoted that's the goal of the New York Times shutdown debate. This is from your free press. Coming up, we'll talk about what was really behind that New York Times, because it wasn't a deep worry about radicalization. It's really about to politics and money. I'll explains.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcome back, Ben Shapiro show. Well, the New York Times is hot on the trail of radicalization and shocker shocker, they found it in conservative YouTubers, this Caleb, Kane, a very, very important human, I visited Mr. Cain in West Virginia after seeing his YouTube video, denouncing the right we spent hours, discussing his radicalization to back up his recollections he downloaded and sent me his entire YouTube history a while, the more than twelve thousand videos and more than twenty five hundred search queries datings in two thousand fifteen right there that should have ended the article if you've watched more than twelve thousand videos and more than twenty five hundred search queries on YouTube dating back to two thousand fifteen you're spending a lot of time on YouTube. There may be some other issues with you and also is every single one of those videos to blame because one of the videos you watched was Jimmy Kimmel probably Jimmy Kimmel is to blame these interviews data points for a picture of disillusioned young man in internet savvy group of right-wing reactionaries, and powerful algorithm that learns to connect the two. It's just that you may have played a role in steering mister Cain, another young men like him the far right fringes. It also suggested that in time to his capable of steering them in very different directions. Okay. Well, now you really don't have a point of your article. Right. So you're saying the YouTube could direct you to the right? Also directly to left, which means you're an independent humid, with the capacity of click on things. Congratulations. And they talk about that. And they have a chart. It shows the number of political videos that this guy watched each month. It says the right wing content Mr. viewed in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen often consisted of videos by Savan with titles, like social Justice warriors always lie and the global warming hoax. And then it says mister Cain. Also, watch many videos, members of the so-called intellectual dark web, that'd be a group in which I'm involved like the popular comedian Joe Rogan and the political commentator group, Joe Rogan's fault is Joe's volt amazing. It's amazing. So he watches video by Stefan, a video by Joe Rogan Joe Rogan's fault, clearly during twenty seventeen km began watching more videos from left-wing channels. Oh, amazing. So then why this story I'm confused from page story with graphical me, I'm just a little confused. Also confused by this guy Caleb, Kane is an important human because he made a video like welcome to the world where everybody makes videos from an early age. Mister Cain was fascinated by internet culture says the New York Times as a teenager. He browsed four Chan. The law message board. Okay. Well, that would be a pretty good indicator that the guy was ripe for radicalization already by the time us a teenager. Four Chan is a lot more radical than YouTube in terms of general content. He played online games with his friends are videos of intellectuals debating charge topics like the existence of God. Clearly that's a problem. The internet was an escape Mr. king grew up in post industrial Appalachia was raised by his conservative Christian grandparents. He was smart, but shy and socially awkward. He went to community college, but dropped out after three semesters broken depress resolved to get his act together, he began looking for help in the same place. You look for everything YouTube one day in late two thousand fourteen YouTube recommended a self help video by Stefan Malu a Canadian talk show host and self-styled philosopher, Mr. Molla, who describes himself as in an article capitalist had a political agenda, a men's right advocate who said. That feminism was a form of socialism, and the progressive gender politics were holding young men back you offered a conservative commentary on pop culture and current events explaining why Disney's frozen was an allegory about female vanity or the fatal shooting of an armed black teenager by white police officer was proof of the dangers of rap culture. Mister Cain was a liberal who cared about social Justice worried about wealth, inequality, and believe in climate change. But he found Mr. Maloney's diatribes fascinating. Even when they disagreed and then apparently he started watching a lot of videos watched them, Paul Joseph Watson. And then he watched a lot of videos on feminism, and then he watched some racist videos, but he never actually became racist, the here's the best part. Okay. So finally, you get to the point of all of this, he is asked whether, in fact, he ever turned into a racist after watching all this stuff, quote, Mr. K never bought into the rights most extreme views, the far right's most extreme views like holocaust denial or the need for white Ethnos date. Still far right ideology, led into his daily life. He began referring to himself as trad con a traditional conservative, committed to old fashioned, gender Nord's. He dated evangelical Christian woman, and he his liberal friends. It was kind of sad Zelda wait a friend of Mr. canes from high school. I was just like, wow, what happened. How did you get this way? So if you're not a liberal, and you data conservative, obviously, there's something wrong with you. And then they focus in on a lot. I mean this article is largely about stuff, I'm new. But again, I'm confused as to why it is why it is that this particular person is being profiled when he was never sucked into Stefan, Malla news kind of outright, worldview. And then I love this in two thousand eighteen four years after mister Cain had begun watching, right. When YouTube videos, a new kind of began appearing in his recommendations, these videos, were made by left-wing creators, but they mimic, the aesthetics of right wing YouTube videos innovate about immigration between the southern Lawrence other and even Bennell liberal YouTube or known as destiny Cain. Watch the video to cheer on southern, but Mr. penelas a better debater and MC mister Cain reluctantly declared him the winner. Mister Cain also found videos by Natalie win former academic philosopher who goes by the name contra points, this win world. Labra costumes drag style performances in which explained why western culture, wasn't under attack from immigrants or why race was a social construct, and then it talks about how wonderfully funny and engaging, all of these people are on the right? And then he says, well, he became left-wing. Oh, well so too. Happy stories. This is a happy story in the end. And then he came out and he said that he didn't like all of the stuff that he had watched before. And then people were mean to the New York Times spends, I kid, you not several thousand words on the story, and they have pictures again, of Milton Friedman, and me alongside pictures of actual outright, racists, who have spent many years ripping. Hey, the goal of the New York Times story is obvious Kane, stories, not all that interesting, there's nothing there. So the question is, why did the New York Times dedicate this much base to it? The reason the New York Times dedicated this much face to it is because this is part of a hard push by the left in advance of the twenty twenty election to silence. Right wing views. That's what this is that is why they're limping in everybody on the. Right. That's why they're suggesting that YouTube algorithm. Not that people watch my videos on the YouTube algorithm. Wrongly directs them to all right. Videos of proposition with which I generally agree. But the idea is that my video should not be promoted and Crowder's video should not be promoted and anybody else's on the right there videos should not be promoted like mainstream right wing figures videos should not be promoted Jordan Peterson shouldn't be promoted Joe Rogan shouldn't be promoted that's the goal of the New York Times, shutdown debate. This is from your free.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"Yeah. He's like, I'm not a democrat. I'm not a Republican issue by issue. If you've got facts backup, the issues, and he's like, I do I think the government should tell women what they can do with their bodies. Absolutely. Not do I support the second amendment. Absolutely. Do I think that kids should have guns? No, should we ban? All the salt rifles absolute that MVP needed. Please stop. Also, I didn't even realize it was I didn't even notice MVP next to us until our buddy JIMBO who he's he's a cameraman. He shoots a lot of Indy. Wrestling works on XBox too. Yes. And JIMBO sitting there. And he's bullshit with me events and some guy walks by just goes ricochet. And Jim Mo's. Like are you talking to me? Yeah. I feel like that just listened to laugh because there's just no chance at sitting there that looked like Ricky rice. And he's like jimbo's like I've gotten David tell before. What was the other one? He said he said, what's his dick Rogan? Joe Rogan Joe Rogan. I want to go back to when we first sat down. But the reason I brought up MVP is because I looked over JIMBO this guy ricochet, and I look up an EMMY is like fuck. Great. My biggest regret of the weekend. So far we got into Russell con to set up before day one on Friday, right? We're sitting down. I don't know if I was concentrating on my buttered roll or what? But it's not really are looking across and Billy Gunn is directly across from day. One Billy guns across the street from us. Yeah. At the wrestle and Pedo rob Feinstein stops by this is this is the best because Feinstein, Scott, Chris masters with them for some reason. I wasn't masters was not they're involved with our f- at all. But like he walks up like he like, our f- walks up. Like he's about to introduce Chris masters to Billy Gunn. And stain puts his hand out. Schick Billy, Billy Gunn looks at his hand looks at him. And then just looks right at Chris masters. Fucking doesn't shake sad at all. No, souls them looks at them and discuss like what the fuck you fuck in creep. And then Feinstein, just all smiles. Chris masters is like, oh, I'm just here. Introduce him to you, Billy good..

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"But what are some of your favorite podcasts sword and scale is more than I regularly listen to and Pat McAfee show. Oh, and Joe Rogan Joe Rogan. Yeah. That's probably my favorite, no free. As everyone. Joe were watching a UFC fight awhile back and our friend Jo Jo he hasn't seen Healy news. Joe Rogan fear factor and doesn't want USC. So it's been like five years since he seen show Rogan. He goes on into the post fight, the folks might interview squeeze seconds that show Rogan like, yeah. He does the UFC fights. He looks terrible. We does he. Sweating bold. In the guy's face screaming. He's a modern day Oprah Joe Rogan still Oprah though. Yeah. But for interview, oh, she's kinda behind the scenes, wait until we get the Rogan that we're Joe Rogan stamp of approval. Yeah. I like lights climate podcast. Oh, do you there? Another movie channel you're looking for a job from them. I guess so I'll leave you guys and say now good leave and are part of my take get the only two podcasts. Listen to. Yes, cereal. I like oh. And wrongfully convicted give that it listen that some guessing that's like cereal. What cereal it's like a podcast about the first season of only listened to the first season. But it's about a kid who was accused of a crime exit. But a lot of people. Yeah. Right. Emerson project getting innocent convicts ex all I need radio lab too. I listen to all the time. I haven't listened to them lately though, I should probably get back into that. But radio labs fantastic. It's nice for work like during the summer because I do a lot of mowing so passes all the time right on this questionnaire from Edward at three D underscore word. Do you think season eight of game of thrones will introduce John county, Dan, Dr yet here it's way, too is even the books. Yeah. Yeah. Was he too storyline? Mentioned in the show. What? They I'm curious. He's kind of like they gave Giora some of his story line like the gray scale avenue the book. John Coniston gets it. Here's a former handed king. And he's best friends with Johnson owes that radar. Yeah. Maybe they didn't Giora. He's not. You're not. No, no. Because his whole arc in the book is predicated on another character. Okay. Yeah. Actors onto the show either. Yeah. I like John counting to two very interesting. And they say he's he's probably in love with regard. So that's something that I mean, we see it with Laura's and Ren Li you see well that goes back to the less podcast. I was on. Does that upset you being like you read the book that you didn't see this character in the show not him specifically, but what he's involved in? Because there's you can't just like have John Coniston and not have all the rest of that comes with it. Because he's he's a supporting character. Okay. He supports somebody who we assume is going to be a major player in the next two books and that characters on the show. So yeah that does upset me. It used to not upset me until I got more steeped into the to the lore of the novels because I had only heard of young rift. But then when you read it, you're like, man, I wish this was in the show. Younger for be held arap name. Hell you, John grit. Younger. It would be good to Griffin rooster. You can mean, Dave. This question from Kenny at Ken Jenne seventeen all of you should watch the new black mirror movie separately. And then give us your thoughts. I know him a we bit late but puck it up for the next podcast. Vander snatch. You guys haven't watched it yet. Right. No, no here like very mixed things. I keep forgetting to watch it. Very interesting experiment. Choose your own adventure. Yeah. Choose your concept. That's pretty cool. Blurring the line between video game and movie pissed me off those telltale clicking. Yeah. Yeah. Very similar. I always said I wanted to see a movie I wanted to see JFK movie where it would have fun alternate endings where it was like each ending was at different conspiracy theory. Ooh, you know, what I'm saying? So one it's like there wasn't..

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"I think they will be in the wave. Whereas if you the older voices not like jut up until but like Louis C K or us or whatever of like weathering the storm and being like, no we won't bring. Well, not. Here's when I say new voices, it's not necessarily youth or younger voices coming up. It's people who are don't have enough exposure. And now they are like Joe Rogan Joe Rogan Bill his show Bill like all these guys if they don't do podcast THEO Vaughn and spread then you and never see them. You wouldn't see them? Well, if you're not listening to podcast, you don't know who we're talking about basically while they're doing their standard for teens are all over Netflixing shit like that. And it's like that's the kind of the new world, and you need these again voices who are not exposed enough to take over on TV and film in the case of Rogan. Look his his. Bank account just got leaked for you know, how much he's making off a podcast here. He's making ninety million dollars off a podcast year. But he's Judd appetite in a sense where he's a little hair. I'm like if if Joe Rogan light you as in the standup world, you will blow up so if you don't show. Yeah. Coat the Rogan, by the way, that's a real thing. The the robots that make sense. But even as far as stand up if he liked he'll take you on the road with him. You'll start hanging out in his little group. You'll get on all the little animated Instagram things and you start to. Bert Kreischer, man. I mean, look Burt was one of the very first people I met in LA, and I love Burt rining before starting out with that guy. There wasn't a harder work in do. Fuck. You did like ninety history channel shows all that shit wasn't a harder work trying on Rogaine and blew up. And now he's like I looked at his tour schedule, I fall on Instagram. I haven't talked to him. I don't know ten years or whatever it was ten twelve years. So I'm not gonna shout that were be fries we were friends day, but I'm proud of all of his shit in. It's amazing. How new was exposure same with Kevin Hart, again, I've credited Kevin Hart for my career and helping me rights and pushing me right in on that other shit. But like Kevin Hart was fifteen years of that same grind. And then all of a sudden, boom one thing happened in the heat, so cough. But yes, I think these voices need to come to the. Forefronts Staley new voice. No just that have been grasping forever. And nobody has been listening, and I haven't had that Judd appetizer opportunity avant. How long how long you've been doing this ship? I think he said it's twenty. After road will road rules. He started doing stand up. So it's like fucking how long ago was that. Twenty years. And he's fucking hilarious something like that. But the amount that like all right end, up wise, you've paid your dues and with podcast. He's been able to. Get himself out there. Just not even with his own. He's had his own podcast for longer than even even the same time. Probably as Rogan. But it was like, you know, what I mean, he he tried a couple of different ones and the ad one with a buddy and all this stuff. And then didn't his podcast didn't even get on the charts totally went on Rogan again. So it's like that's the new opportunity which I like, so it's like they need to be out in the Judd appetito TV worlds, I don't know TV's going to be fucking done. It's all going to be Netflix specials and podcasts and YouTube. I think so their ground were they need to be..

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Oh, one nice thing about the rain. I know, of course. County is going to help with the fire and here in San Francisco it's going to help with the cleaning of the sidewalks. Yeah. Either that or is this spread it around a little just dawned on me. Well, yeah, there's that too. But I'm looking at this article, it's an NBC bay area. Formerly known as channel eleven. San Francisco sidewalks graffitied with what looks like feces. Oh, survey of San Francisco's dirtiest reached the NBC bay area investigative unit. How'd you like to be on that assignment? Now. Thanks. Discover what appeared to be graffiti laced with feces along sidewalks onto different blocks next. Okay. This is disgusting. Do they call it Griffey's? Oh, and you win. Meantime. American tourists killed by remote tribe with bows. And arrows this is an India India. American tourists was killed by bow and arrow shooting tribesmen in the adamant islands. I don't know what you know about the Ataman islands, but this is super remote one of the world's most isolated regions. And there's a tried there and part of the tribe. It's been the the government has allowed these people to be completely separate from the rest of society. These guys is like we wait to want you. We don't need you you cross into our territory, we will kill you. And so local governments have said. Okay. That's if that's what you want. If that's what she wants the ger Gerard raw tribe. And it's like four or five hundred people something like that. There have been some documentaries data these people. But I mean the documentary only go so far because these people will not let you in. They they will they will kill you. So there's this young guy from Arizona. He felt he had the call of God to go share the gospel with these people and he gets attacked by arrows. This is so sad. No, they they did a man that was it US is killed by air shooting Indian tribe. So they just have zero tolerance for anybody. Being there. Yep. That's interesting. They live. They live like, you know, they live like primitive tribal people used to live. And in fact, they still do. Meantime, Democrats see all of these gains that they made during this last election as their opportunity for the White House in twenty twenty two which we say, okay? Okay. Yeah. Okay. Good luck on that one. Good luck on that one. I don't know Trump has been praising Saudi Arabia. He said Saudi Arabia. The exact, quote, we I quoted it earlier it's been so many hours of the broadcast said, but his quote was something like Saudi Arabia is good for the business of the world. So we don't want to the implication was listen. We don't want to be too harsh on Saudi Arabia because we don't want to harm the world economy. Now, he's taking all sorts of heat for that. But I'm thinking, wait a second. How is that talk to me about that? Versus Obama literally bowing to the king of Saudi Arabia Bowie. The the United States president bowing to this guy. Okay. I mean, who's kissing up to hear exactly and then you can go with George W Bush holding hands with the king of Saudi Arabia walking on his ranch down in Texas. And and then after nine eleven after nine eleven when most of the hijackers have ties to Saudi Arabia after nine eleven widow, some Ben Laden families in Saudi Arabia. There's this huge campaign unfurled on American soil, the Saudis our allies for peace. So don't don't pretend like this started with Trump? It's been going on with different degrees and different shades for a bunch of presidents past. So there's that this morning on K Savell stock market this morning is recovering. Dow's up one hundred forty seven NASDAQ's up one hundred eleven. But I'm reading a story here that one of the richest men in the world, George Soros goodness, just before all of these stocks like Facebook and net flicks. And Goldman started to tumble several days ago a couple of weeks ago, actually, selling George Soros. The little tip off look at that pays to be on the in crowd, doesn't it pays to be on the ground? Meantime, we have Elon Musk remember when he was. He was on that he was on that podcast with. I can't remember the guy's name. He's start smoking a joint. What's the guy's name? Joe Rogan Joe Rogan the Joe Rogan experience. So this since September. So he takes a puff of a blood during a live stream. And apparently this doesn't sit well with Nassar's top officials. So NASA is now ordering a review of the workplace culture at SpaceX and Boeing to companies working with the agency to fly astronauts to the international space station. So this is interesting because the decision reportedly prompted by SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk appearance appearance, his appearance of the Joe Rogan show when he smoked a little dope live so NASA saying hold on a second. I wonder if we just figured out why all of space x is intervention inventions. Just explode. Yeah. You know, maybe he's building all these things. I mean, he has had some successful things go. There's no question about that. But at the same time there have been like, you're you're wondering, okay when he made the highlight reel of all of these mishaps with SpaceX which looked more violence and spectacular than anything coming out of Hollywood. You gotta wonder if he might have been smoking something, right? Just wondering wondering the, you know, the top of my head here. Boy, she's everywhere or case your Cortes this kid's making the rounds in congress and a reading a headline here. The Democrats do not know what to make of her house. Democrats don't know what to make of Alexandria, occasionally Cortez. So they say, well, we love her enthusiasm. But they're worried that her approach is going to threaten caucus unity and at the end of the day, they really need the unity and at the end of the day. They want that unity to be led by Nancy Pelosi and this kid's off the rails. So interesting headline for you this morning on K SFO. There have been some interesting things being said about the paradise fire this morning, we've got an editorial. We're going to share with you in just a moment and some concluding thoughts as we head into this thanksgiving holiday forward five.

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"He'll sell more copies because you know what Joe Rogan, Joe Rogan to me was the I said this couple of weeks ago when Elon Musk was on and you know, the stock market goes down now. I I, I put in my calendar Rogin Elon Musk, I don't want to miss it. Okay. Only then you brought that that great little bond the other day. You said what you're talking about so so, but so he's on with rogue and and the stock market goes down. Yeah, and I'll bet you sixty percent of the people in the media industry had no idea and a good portion of that didn't even know who Joe Rogan ones and a portion of that didn't know what a podcast was. They're just so ehre Ghent out of touch. It's over sober. That's right. That's so Glenn the, you know, you get knocked catastrophes, ING you get. But the trouble is that you're often right about the catastrophes that you're seeing. So. Gimme a happy. No. Give me something here. Do you see. The us economy, optimistic catastrophes. There's there must be like Gilbert and Sullivan song. This seems like a good thing to me to new media. At least this point, the new media allow conservatives especially to get our message out there unvarnished undistorted unprovided your Europe selling books on new media because that's where the eyeballs or people are tuning out of CNN there too. So I absolutely agree with you, but it requires us urge you to read the books. Yes, early. Yesterday before you'll enjoy it. And because it talks about what's happened to us, why it's happened to us and what's happening right now is the the post modernists. They are changing their changing everything because they have since the Paris riots in the sixties seventies, they realized they could not take the western world and destroy it just through culture and they learned it in the sixties. So they came back and they looked to Postmodernism and said, okay, how do we make this to destroy the west entirely? All of it, bring it down at the same time. So then you're free to start Marxism or whatever you want. Some people say things that never were and ask, why not? Why wrecked. So if you if you understand that, then you can start to change your argument because the more you through. Throw it back in anger, the you're throwing exceleron on the fire, and I think they're going to scare a lot of people that don't want to lose capitalism on the left to. Right. I know a lot of people that vote differently than me that don't wanna lose capitalism. It's been pretty good to aspirin, pretty darn sweet. The problem is we are up against the clock now. I think our economy is it's a matter of time before that comes a part. I'm hoping that it keeps lasting as long as it can. You have Russia. Nobody's paying attention to a guy named Alexander Dugan and everyone. Your age should be paying attention to him because he is targeting people like you. And. It's a very dangerous philosophy. You have the Middle East and worst of all. If tech. You have high tech which is starting. A time bomb in one and and also as they start that time bomb, they are gathering more and more information which is more and more power. Information and knowledge is power and and then doing strange things like working with the Chinese who are literally turning that into getting lazy tools. That's right. Yes, nineteen Eighty-four. It's it's horrible. What's coming there? We have to remain. Americans remain calm, find as many like minded people that want to live in capitalism and freedom and understand the Bill of rights. I don't care who you voted for in the past. I don't care. I don't care what you've done in the past. Well, unless you're unless wreck havoc on. Store your Yang. I'm up by his ear, but, but let's start looking to the future. And if we if we hold together and we begin to talk about the ethical uses of technology, we're going to enter a time that will be we'll have freedom beyond any of our expectations. The world in the next ten years is going to change. So dramatically that ten years from now you'll watch this and it will feel like watching I love Lucy seriously. Well that that is a happy note to end on. And it does remind me that you are truly the master broadcaster because that is the greatest possible segue I've ever heard for the ethical use of technology to go over and subscribe at daily wire dot com..

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Scott Robbins said another out of the Scott saying well, hi, boys. Welcome to a Friday. I on your take Elon Musk. He was doing. Radio show. Joe Rogan Joe Rogan's got one of the most popular podcast on the planet, by the way. Does I mean, it's like millions of people, right? So Elon Musk is guest, and they fired fatty while they're having the conversation. So Elon Musk is sucking down some weed while he's having an interview with Joe Rogan and then the stock just tanks. Like what the hell doing? So it's the company is smoking a fatty with the Joe Rogan. Yeah. I mean, there are people are like, hey, I this is my money here. Right. Exactly. What you do? But hey, man, dude on you come on, dude. Really? That's hilarious. He did say that he imagines the, but on Mars is really really good though. Charlie Sheen, isn't he well, Charlie? Those off the rails. One joint is not going to equal totally respect that he has more than one don't you? I guess. Yeah. All right story. Number two today is a woman named Sabella or Dwyer. Boa O'Dwyer keep her off your profile pages. She's a doctor. She slammed Qantas airlines for calling her miss. Okay. She said copying so much plaque for my tweet. This was not about my ego was about highlighting one of the thousand instances of sexism that women encounter every day is not about the title. It's about the fact that this wouldn't have happened. If I were a man because they didn't call her Dr. Do not call me miss. I've heard that happened to guys to some guys that are doctors. They don't care and others take great offense. Well, I just depends on the personality. I prefer to be called Dr love when I get on them. Roundup today man, accused me Scott. That's Dr love love to you. Yes. K who puts Dr on the airline tickets. You put it on your ticket to by the way. On the ticket. Yes. On the ticket guy. Does she make her family address? You're like that too. I don't don't you. Call me mom. I'm Doug dot com. There's something else that I want to bring up to you before your next take. Yes. Because I don't know if you saw the Trump rally last night. I saw parts of it this morning. Okay. So he's in Montana. Yes. And this is the line. That's getting a whole lot of play because he's talking about that in the failing New York Times. Right. Yes. And I wanted to get your take on this liberals that heat be see that's terrible. What they did. And it is really terrible..

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"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"joe rogan joe rogan" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"What do you say to people who now say conor actually today's go i didn't figures a chance but after seeing him striking it's i quit too i think kana now beats what do you say to those people i think there one hundred percent correct in the way of thinking but let's see how the game plan pace out let's see if we're listening if we're we're foolish enough to stand with connor like that or let's see how much we've improved since then you know as the one thing you saw from bliss face it you know when he was punchy punching one two is dropping his hands his chin was up high he leaned back so if our would have been smart enough to come at him with threes and fours then we could pathetically us but i was doing was into them selves it wasn't doing too much combinations see that's not something carter is going to do if that ever happened qatar's gonna throw combinations because he's schooled enough in our boxing than that he's gonna come out he knows at one two isn't enough so that it'll be completely different game plan but they are one hundred percents i'm getting that that you know i like i said joe rogan joe rogan's like say his been exposed this going crazy weather vive ever been known to be some great strikers like all of these great striker you know it's like we always knew he had holes in his standup i always said whenever told you aerial that oh how great standup fighter i've never said that i said he improves all the time and he's improved he went south ball never seen himself paul right he did a them spinning back for god's sake company called me goes hey that was a pretty good go that was doing that shit on his own i didn't even you never even practice it in the gym back kick it's crazy.

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