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2020-09-01 3:00:37 PM  
And nothing of value was lost.
 
2020-09-01 3:37:30 PM  
You only need so much from the Dirtbag Left.
 
2020-09-01 4:06:48 PM  
Good
 
2020-09-01 4:08:15 PM  
Thank God.  I was worried that Trump would force me to install Spotify on my phone, make me find problematic Joe Rogan podcast episodes and download them.  I am relieved that the threat has been neutralized.
 
2020-09-01 4:08:19 PM  
I'm always disappointed when I walk up to a coworker's desk and they're listening to/watching this moron.
Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.
 
2020-09-01 4:12:38 PM  
I still like him on Newsradio.

But then the same thing could be said about Andy Dick.
 
2020-09-01 4:26:58 PM  
"They want me to just continue doing it the way I'm doing it right now," Rogan has previously said of the Spotify deal. "It's just a licensing deal, so Spotify won't have any creative control over the show. It will be the exact same show. We're going to be working with the same crew doing the exact same show."

I was just gonna say, how about a month or so again, Joe said on the episode after the deal was announced, the thing above.  he also said nothing would change.  Now, I don't give a shiat about most of those episodes and have never gone back to find one but this is editorializing as the article notes, a form of censorship or to use one of Joe's favorite subtopics, "deplatforming".  Curious, as the article notes, was this Spotify's call or Joe's?

And if I'm not mistaken, Joey Diaz was just on a few weeks ago but I didn't listen to that one.  And won't listen to the Duncan Trussel "Spotify Grand Opening" becuase, godamn is that guy's voice annoying!  he's funny enough but his voice just godamn grates.

gunther_bumpass: Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.


like when he had Bernie Sanders on maybe 6-8 months ago and earnestly backed Tulsi Gabbard?
 
2020-09-01 4:27:19 PM  
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2020-09-01 4:31:41 PM  

gunther_bumpass: I'm always disappointed when I walk up to a coworker's desk and they're listening to/watching this moron.
Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.


Joe Rogan has no opinion. He will believe whatever someone tells him. The only time I see him go after a guest when Ben Shaprio was attacking Kapernick. He defended Kapernick. Which good for him by the way. I think the reason why he has more rightwing assholes, is because people on the left do not want to be associated with him anymore. He believes anyone tells him, and the fact he let Alex Jones speak in his podcast after he started to be sued makes him a mega asshole in my eyes. You let a guy that is being sued for saying Sandy Hook is a hoax, and you give him a platform to speak, because it be good for the ratings. fark you.
 
2020-09-01 4:33:45 PM  
Just imagine what every far right hatemonger would say on their own YouTube channel unchecked, then interject with the questions "So, have you ever done DMT?" and "What do you think Chuck Lidell's ballbag smells like? New catcher's mitt or sandlewood?"

There. You have completed the Joe Rogan experience.
 
2020-09-01 4:40:01 PM  

rickythepenguin: gunther_bumpass: Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.

like when he had Bernie Sanders on maybe 6-8 months ago and earnestly backed Tulsi Gabbard?


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2020-09-01 4:40:06 PM  

rickythepenguin: And if I'm not mistaken, Joey Diaz was just on a few weeks ago but I didn't listen to that one.


It was boring*. And I've seen Joey Diaz last year when he came to DC, and binged the heck out of "The Church Of What's Happening Now" (RIP, final episode up today).

His interview with Ryan Sickler was boring.  Just shooting the breeze about sports and fishing.

I just find Joe's show boring. But hey, that means I'm not his target audience.

/* the only interesting thing was Redban saying "air drop and apple pay are the reasons to have an iPhone" - because I use neither.  Maybe I should check 'em out, dude knows gadgets.
 
2020-09-01 4:43:43 PM  
I feel dumber every time I listen to JRE.
 
2020-09-01 4:44:22 PM  
Haahahaaaa.  Spotify paid him $100 million because he became popular by allowing idiots to have a platform on his show.  Now they'll not only not allow those previous episodes that made him popular to air, but I'm sure they won't allow him to have idiots on his show anymore.

I'm sure that will work out for Spotify just fine.
 
2020-09-01 4:44:26 PM  
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I know several guys who half-assed it through school and life, and now believe that Joe Rogan has given them the real education that they don't want you to know about.  This education consists of get-rich quick schemes, motivational speaking platitudes which they call "philosophy", and "body hacking" which is really just Goop for Guys, but instead of shoving crystals in your vag, you shove meat in your face.

And MMA, DMT, and whatever else some huckster is yammering about that Joe just nods along to.
 
2020-09-01 4:45:17 PM  
Bowhunters can be insufferable though, that part is 100% true. Me, I'm all "why make a chore any more difficult than it has to be?" Takes enough time to butcher and package a deer that I don't want to fark around for days in a farking treestand.
 
2020-09-01 4:45:18 PM  

mekkab: I just find Joe's show boring. But hey, that means I'm not his target audience.


i don't listen to the ones with MMA guys because I don't watch MMA.  certain comics that are frequent guests, I just don't like them.  i'm pretty liberal but i'll listen to a Ben SHapiro or whomever episode.

but sometimes if an episode sucks I'll just delete it.  the recent Whitney Cummings and some other female comic, after about an hour i was like, "i can't take two more hours of this.  *delete*"

and to the headline, sometimes when the guest is bowhunter expert joe blow, i'm like, "i'm good.  i have zero interest in this topic."  I'm a very selective listener.  conversely, he might have a guest on, i don't know, plate tectonics or theoretical math or ancient Egypt - subjects i am fairly ignorant in - and be fascinated.
 
2020-09-01 4:45:40 PM  

gunther_bumpass: I'm always disappointed when I walk up to a coworker's desk and they're listening to/watching this moron.
Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.


I don't care for the episodes where he talks with nutcases and i just skip them.  The last thing i want to hear about the last few years is anything far right or far left.

I do really enjoy listening to him talk to other comedians, interviews with people who have done extraordinary things (extreme athletes, bodybuilders, musicians).  I know fark hates him, but I dig him depending on the guest.
 
2020-09-01 5:01:44 PM  
I've heard tell that anything that only men like is not actually good and I have yet to hear a solid counter to that argument.
 
2020-09-01 5:11:53 PM  

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I know several guys who half-assed it through school and life, and now believe that Joe Rogan has given them the real education that they don't want you to know about.  This education consists of get-rich quick schemes, motivational speaking platitudes which they call "philosophy", and "body hacking" which is really just Goop for Guys, but instead of shoving crystals in your vag, you shove meat in your face.

And MMA, DMT, and whatever else some huckster is yammering about that Joe just nods along to.


The problem is that most people knew that Art Bell/Coast to Coast was mostly kookery.  Rogan has basically adapted Art Bell to a new generation, but the new generation has much greater access to this medium and, somehow, has much less ability/willingness to discern fact from fiction/tongue from cheek/ass from hole in the ground.  The amount of people in my age group that reference the pseudoscience bullshiat of Graham Hancock, Jordan Peterson, Robert Schoch, and other idiot guests as something close to objective truth because of Joe is astounding.
 
2020-09-01 5:12:02 PM  
I enjoyed the Post Malone episode where they are tripping on mushrooms. 3+ hours of complete bullshiat.
 
2020-09-01 5:12:34 PM  

skyotter: I feel dumber every time I listen to JRE.


Stop listening then
 
2020-09-01 5:16:35 PM  
"I talked to nutjobs you people wouldn't believe. All those episodes are not on Spotify"
 
2020-09-01 5:16:49 PM  

weddingsinger: I've heard tell that anything that only men like is not actually good and I have yet to hear a solid counter to that argument.


fair point - i've never seen a female bang the drum for JRE but, just a cursory gander through the last 30 days' of guests:

8/21 Annie Ledderman and Whitney cummings
8/20 Nikkie Glaser (they're all comedians, by the way)
8/18 David Blaine
8/15 Ali Macofsky (comedian)
8/14 Tim Dillon (comic
8/13 Ron Funches (comic
8/12 Joey Diaz, Brian Redban (didn't listen, can't stand redban)
8/7 Rob Lowe (yeah, that one, fantastic listen;  laughed my ass off)
8/6 Josh Dubin, David Flom (filmmakers, specialzing in wrongful convictions
8/5 Dr. Debra Soh (sex researcher)
8/4 Mike Baker (former CIA dude)
7/31 David Choe (artist
7/30 Nancy Panza (Ph.D, police ethicist)


point being, the show is portrayed as this giant, swinging dick Brocast when, it's comics and you'll notice a fair amount of female representation.  and of those shows, a few i didn't listen to becuase the male guests, i gave zero farks about.  the Diaz/Redban, Funches (not funny to me), Tim Dillon (didn't care).....i don't give a shiat what anyone listens to just that the narrative of "JOE IS A RIGHT WING TOOL", "HE HATES WOMEN" or whatever, if he did would women with strong opinions be on the show?
 
2020-09-01 5:18:12 PM  
I found out this year that Joe Rogan had a podcast.

And I thought he was just a guy who hosted UFC fights since Fear Factor got cancelled.

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2020-09-01 5:19:39 PM  

rickythepenguin: "They want me to just continue doing it the way I'm doing it right now," Rogan has previously said of the Spotify deal. "It's just a licensing deal, so Spotify won't have any creative control over the show. It will be the exact same show. We're going to be working with the same crew doing the exact same show."

I was just gonna say, how about a month or so again, Joe said on the episode after the deal was announced, the thing above.  he also said nothing would change.  Now, I don't give a shiat about most of those episodes and have never gone back to find one but this is editorializing as the article notes, a form of censorship or to use one of Joe's favorite subtopics, "deplatforming".  Curious, as the article notes, was this Spotify's call or Joe's?

And if I'm not mistaken, Joey Diaz was just on a few weeks ago but I didn't listen to that one.  And won't listen to the Duncan Trussel "Spotify Grand Opening" becuase, godamn is that guy's voice annoying!  he's funny enough but his voice just godamn grates.

gunther_bumpass: Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.

like when he had Bernie Sanders on maybe 6-8 months ago and earnestly backed Tulsi Gabbard?


That's objectively pro-Putin!  I bet Russia paid to make those!
 
2020-09-01 5:21:00 PM  

weddingsinger: I've heard tell that anything that only men like is not actually good and I have yet to hear a solid counter to that argument.


98% in agreement with you. There's a certain subset of products that are at the intersection of great quality for the price, and also hyper masculine in their branding. That's why I have a speedy laptop that looks like a minimalist security terminal on a spaceship from hell, with a dragon shield logo on the back, and 32 GB of CORSAIR VENGEANCE (F*&K YEAH!) RAM, and I shave with a safety razor called The Emperor (not a joke) by Vikings Blade.

*makes ape noises*

/seriously, smoothest shave in my life
 
2020-09-01 5:44:12 PM  

rickythepenguin: "They want me to just continue doing it the way I'm doing it right now," Rogan has previously said of the Spotify deal. "It's just a licensing deal, so Spotify won't have any creative control over the show. It will be the exact same show. We're going to be working with the same crew doing the exact same show."

I was just gonna say, how about a month or so again, Joe said on the episode after the deal was announced, the thing above.  he also said nothing would change.  Now, I don't give a shiat about most of those episodes and have never gone back to find one but this is editorializing as the article notes, a form of censorship or to use one of Joe's favorite subtopics, "deplatforming".  Curious, as the article notes, was this Spotify's call or Joe's?

And if I'm not mistaken, Joey Diaz was just on a few weeks ago but I didn't listen to that one.  And won't listen to the Duncan Trussel "Spotify Grand Opening" becuase, godamn is that guy's voice annoying!  he's funny enough but his voice just godamn grates.

gunther_bumpass: Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.

like when he had Bernie Sanders on maybe 6-8 months ago and earnestly backed Tulsi Gabbard?


It's less that people think Joe himself is right wing, it's that he gives a huge platform to right-wing tools that no one with his platform should. And no, I don't mean whatever one might consider a reasonable right-winger (if those even exist anymore), I'm talking about letting on the Alex Joneses of the world. And are you really claiming Tulsi is a paragon of the left?
 
2020-09-01 5:45:55 PM  

rickythepenguin: weddingsinger: I've heard tell that anything that only men like is not actually good and I have yet to hear a solid counter to that argument.

fair point - i've never seen a female bang the drum for JRE but, just a cursory gander through the last 30 days' of guests:


I matched with a woman on Tinder who was super into JRE. So one could argue that's 2 examples of terrible taste on her part
 
2020-09-01 5:54:58 PM  

TeddyRooseveltsMustache: I found out this year that Joe Rogan had a podcast.

And I thought he was just a guy who hosted UFC fights since Fear Factor got cancelled.

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He had Robert Downey Jr awhile back. The show was quite good.
 
2020-09-01 5:55:45 PM  
Protip: Joe Rogan sucks. People who listen to him suck.
 
2020-09-01 5:57:40 PM  
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2020-09-01 6:01:19 PM  
I find people with strong opinions, one way or the other, on mundane things like Joe Rogan's podcast are complete idiots.  Idiots for different reasons, but idiots still.
 
2020-09-01 6:05:36 PM  

gunga galunga: I still like him on Newsradio.

But then the same thing could be said about Andy Dick.


His last name is Garrelli?
 
2020-09-01 6:50:47 PM  
If you've never listened to the podcast, this is a good summary for you.

Joe Rogan's entire being condensed into 19 seconds
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2020-09-01 6:58:01 PM  

drewogatory: Bowhunters can be insufferable though, that part is 100% true. Me, I'm all "why make a chore any more difficult than it has to be?" Takes enough time to butcher and package a deer that I don't want to fark around for days in a farking treestand.


I don't have any real issues with bowhunting, but I lol when people claim they do it for the greater challenge.

If bowhunting is harder for you than a rifle, then you are admitting an increased chance to maim an animal, put it through more pain, and possibly not get your kill (maimed animal now injuredly limps around for days and dies of sepsis). You get no respect for that.

If you still get all your kills clean with a bow, then you aren't challenging yourself. You may have more skill, but you are hunting at a level with 100% success. A repetitive event that is a challenge shouldn't result in a perfect score every time. Gears on your skill, but you aren't challenging yourself anymore than shooting a target at 20' is more challenging than one at 15'. Technically harder, but if all your shots go in the 5, you didn't challenge yourself.
 
2020-09-01 7:29:48 PM  

rickythepenguin: .

gunther_bumpass: Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.

like when he had Bernie Sanders on maybe 6-8 months ago and earnestly backed Tulsi Gabbard?


After Biden was clearly going to win Rogan said he'd vote for Trump.
 
2020-09-01 7:51:43 PM  

Flappyhead: rickythepenguin: .

gunther_bumpass: Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.

like when he had Bernie Sanders on maybe 6-8 months ago and earnestly backed Tulsi Gabbard?

After Biden was clearly going to win Rogan said he'd vote for Trump.


Yep. Rogan was trying to rustle up the Bros so he could try to push them toward voting for either Trump or some 3rd Party lunatic who doesn't have a prayer of winning.

His bread and butter is middle class, suburban white people who dabble in conspiracy theory nonsense and are terrified of looking "mainstream."

And Tulsi never met a Russian policy she didn't love. She couldn't have been more bought if she had a farking bar code stamped on her forehead.
 
2020-09-01 7:52:15 PM  

Smackledorfer: drewogatory: Bowhunters can be insufferable though, that part is 100% true. Me, I'm all "why make a chore any more difficult than it has to be?" Takes enough time to butcher and package a deer that I don't want to fark around for days in a farking treestand.

I don't have any real issues with bowhunting, but I lol when people claim they do it for the greater challenge.

If bowhunting is harder for you than a rifle, then you are admitting an increased chance to maim an animal, put it through more pain, and possibly not get your kill (maimed animal now injuredly limps around for days and dies of sepsis). You get no respect for that.

If you still get all your kills clean with a bow, then you aren't challenging yourself. You may have more skill, but you are hunting at a level with 100% success. A repetitive event that is a challenge shouldn't result in a perfect score every time. Gears on your skill, but you aren't challenging yourself anymore than shooting a target at 20' is more challenging than one at 15'. Technically harder, but if all your shots go in the 5, you didn't challenge yourself.


I hunt for meat, not sport. Not the slightest bit interested in challenging myself. Never kept a trophy in 40 years.
 
2020-09-01 7:52:57 PM  
Welcome to life as a sharecropper.
 
2020-09-01 7:55:11 PM  

2wolves: Welcome to life as a sharecropper.


Yes, a platform not hosting certain content by a person they are paying insane amounts of money is the exact same thing as being a sharecropper. The Exact. Same. Thing.
 
2020-09-01 8:28:22 PM  
Joe Rogan can bring the funny.

Joe Rogan Talks To Dolphins After Eating Edibles | Netflix Is A Joke
Youtube Rasb-rz1Hts
 
2020-09-01 8:33:24 PM  

drewogatory: Smackledorfer: drewogatory: Bowhunters can be insufferable though, that part is 100% true. Me, I'm all "why make a chore any more difficult than it has to be?" Takes enough time to butcher and package a deer that I don't want to fark around for days in a farking treestand.

I don't have any real issues with bowhunting, but I lol when people claim they do it for the greater challenge.

If bowhunting is harder for you than a rifle, then you are admitting an increased chance to maim an animal, put it through more pain, and possibly not get your kill (maimed animal now injuredly limps around for days and dies of sepsis). You get no respect for that.

If you still get all your kills clean with a bow, then you aren't challenging yourself. You may have more skill, but you are hunting at a level with 100% success. A repetitive event that is a challenge shouldn't result in a perfect score every time. Gears on your skill, but you aren't challenging yourself anymore than shooting a target at 20' is more challenging than one at 15'. Technically harder, but if all your shots go in the 5, you didn't challenge yourself.

I hunt for meat, not sport. Not the slightest bit interested in challenging myself. Never kept a trophy in 40 years.


Literally triggered.
 
2020-09-01 8:33:59 PM  

gunther_bumpass: drewogatory: Smackledorfer: drewogatory: Bowhunters can be insufferable though, that part is 100% true. Me, I'm all "why make a chore any more difficult than it has to be?" Takes enough time to butcher and package a deer that I don't want to fark around for days in a farking treestand.

I don't have any real issues with bowhunting, but I lol when people claim they do it for the greater challenge.

If bowhunting is harder for you than a rifle, then you are admitting an increased chance to maim an animal, put it through more pain, and possibly not get your kill (maimed animal now injuredly limps around for days and dies of sepsis). You get no respect for that.

If you still get all your kills clean with a bow, then you aren't challenging yourself. You may have more skill, but you are hunting at a level with 100% success. A repetitive event that is a challenge shouldn't result in a perfect score every time. Gears on your skill, but you aren't challenging yourself anymore than shooting a target at 20' is more challenging than one at 15'. Technically harder, but if all your shots go in the 5, you didn't challenge yourself.

I hunt for meat, not sport. Not the slightest bit interested in challenging myself. Never kept a trophy in 40 years.

Literally triggered.


?
 
2020-09-01 8:56:30 PM  

Smackledorfer: gunther_bumpass: drewogatory: Smackledorfer: drewogatory: Bowhunters can be insufferable though, that part is 100% true. Me, I'm all "why make a chore any more difficult than it has to be?" Takes enough time to butcher and package a deer that I don't want to fark around for days in a farking treestand.

I don't have any real issues with bowhunting, but I lol when people claim they do it for the greater challenge.

If bowhunting is harder for you than a rifle, then you are admitting an increased chance to maim an animal, put it through more pain, and possibly not get your kill (maimed animal now injuredly limps around for days and dies of sepsis). You get no respect for that.

If you still get all your kills clean with a bow, then you aren't challenging yourself. You may have more skill, but you are hunting at a level with 100% success. A repetitive event that is a challenge shouldn't result in a perfect score every time. Gears on your skill, but you aren't challenging yourself anymore than shooting a target at 20' is more challenging than one at 15'. Technically harder, but if all your shots go in the 5, you didn't challenge yourself.

I hunt for meat, not sport. Not the slightest bit interested in challenging myself. Never kept a trophy in 40 years.

Literally triggered.

?


I dunno? Maybe he's triggered by hunting in general? Not to disparage trophy hunting, it has its place, especially in Africa, where hunting fees pay for a bunch of conservation efforts. Just not for me. I just hunt to fill the freezer.
 
2020-09-01 9:09:16 PM  

drewogatory: Smackledorfer: gunther_bumpass: drewogatory: Smackledorfer: drewogatory: Bowhunters can be insufferable though, that part is 100% true. Me, I'm all "why make a chore any more difficult than it has to be?" Takes enough time to butcher and package a deer that I don't want to fark around for days in a farking treestand.

I don't have any real issues with bowhunting, but I lol when people claim they do it for the greater challenge.

If bowhunting is harder for you than a rifle, then you are admitting an increased chance to maim an animal, put it through more pain, and possibly not get your kill (maimed animal now injuredly limps around for days and dies of sepsis). You get no respect for that.

If you still get all your kills clean with a bow, then you aren't challenging yourself. You may have more skill, but you are hunting at a level with 100% success. A repetitive event that is a challenge shouldn't result in a perfect score every time. Gears on your skill, but you aren't challenging yourself anymore than shooting a target at 20' is more challenging than one at 15'. Technically harder, but if all your shots go in the 5, you didn't challenge yourself.

I hunt for meat, not sport. Not the slightest bit interested in challenging myself. Never kept a trophy in 40 years.

Literally triggered.

?

I dunno? Maybe he's triggered by hunting in general? Not to disparage trophy hunting, it has its place, especially in Africa, where hunting fees pay for a bunch of conservation efforts. Just not for me. I just hunt to fill the freezer.


I can't tell how either if us could be triggered by this conversation.

Weird.
 
2020-09-01 9:18:48 PM  

gunther_bumpass: Literally triggered.


Huh? Not sure what you are getting at here, other than trying to elicit a reaction.
 
2020-09-01 9:26:32 PM  

rickythepenguin: "They want me to just continue doing it the way I'm doing it right now," Rogan has previously said of the Spotify deal. "It's just a licensing deal, so Spotify won't have any creative control over the show. It will be the exact same show. We're going to be working with the same crew doing the exact same show."

I was just gonna say, how about a month or so again, Joe said on the episode after the deal was announced, the thing above.  he also said nothing would change.  Now, I don't give a shiat about most of those episodes and have never gone back to find one but this is editorializing as the article notes, a form of censorship or to use one of Joe's favorite subtopics, "deplatforming".  Curious, as the article notes, was this Spotify's call or Joe's?

And if I'm not mistaken, Joey Diaz was just on a few weeks ago but I didn't listen to that one.  And won't listen to the Duncan Trussel "Spotify Grand Opening" becuase, godamn is that guy's voice annoying!  he's funny enough but his voice just godamn grates.

gunther_bumpass: Rogan is the gateway drug to right wing nutjobbery.

like when he had Bernie Sanders on maybe 6-8 months ago and earnestly backed Tulsi Gabbard?


Tulsi is a right wing asset/Russian who only ran on the Democratic ticket cause that is how you get elected in Hawaii.  She publicly sucked Putin and Assad off and all she did while in government was vote present.

Joey Diaz while vaguely Cuban is a racist sack of shiat.  There is literally an ep where he tells Rogan the problem with middle america is Latin American refugees.  Especiall "Puerto Ricans" and Joe agrees.

Puerto Ricans are farking Americans.
 
2020-09-01 9:29:23 PM  

Farce-Side: I find people with strong opinions, one way or the other, on mundane things like Joe Rogan's podcast are complete idiots.  Idiots for different reasons, but idiots still.


Meh, I actually enjoy the stories that people with strong opinions bring up on the show. I might not agree with them, but I do find them interesting.

Most people on his show have pretty strong opinions, one way or the other.
 
2020-09-01 9:32:49 PM  

theflatline: Tulsi is a right wing asset/Russian who only ran on the Democratic ticket cause that is how you get elected in Hawaii.  She publicly sucked Putin and Assad off and all she did while in government was vote present.

Joey Diaz while vaguely Cuban is a racist sack of shiat.  There is literally an ep where he tells Rogan the problem with middle america is Latin American refugees.  Especiall "Puerto Ricans" and Joe agrees.


Even if all of those things are true, you have not refuted his/her point in the slightest.

Having the ability to hear and tolerate different points of view - sadly - is becoming more of a conservative/right position.
 
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