Joe Rogan Experience Review podcast - 364 Joe Rogan Experience Review of Jeff Dye Et al.

Episode Date: February 11, 2024

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Starting point is 00:01:32 Enjoy the show. Hey, guys, and welcome to another episode of the JRE Review. Joined by my main man, Pete. What's happening, Pete? Oh, not too much. Happy Super Bowl Day to you. Oh, yeah, that's right Super Bowl today. I am better get some chips and dip in
Starting point is 00:01:54 Seven layered bean dip. Yep. It's gotta be done It's gotta be done. Who's playing? I don't even know who's playing Travis wait no Taylor Swift's boyfriend and the other team. Okay, perfect. That's all people know these days. There's going to be a lot of young girls watching the Super Bowl this year, I think. Bless them. Bless them indeed.
Starting point is 00:02:18 Wow, who do we got this week? We've got Cologne Noir. Is it Colin? It's like an iron. Hello, I should be Colin. It's probably Colin Josh, Dubin and Sheldon Johnson. Josh, Josh often comes on with, with a different guy that's been absolutely rare-roaded by a justice system.
Starting point is 00:02:43 Sometimes those are tough to listen to, but they important and then that one was good a good one It was good. Josh is always good. Dude. He's just a great guy and then finish up with comedian Jeff die I'm glad Jeff got on there. He's he's a good dude. He's funny funny guy alright so mr. Noir, he's a second amendment gun advocate, lawyer. He's got a big social media presence, knows a lot about guns.
Starting point is 00:03:18 Yeah, he jumped in, border issue. You know, what's really happening down there? It looks like a mess, and there's still so many people. I know they just dismiss it like it's not even a big deal You know, they say to me all that just showing the worst parts and it's not like this. I'm like I I Don't know why they'd be making it up. It looks like trains full of people just coming over and it's not only our friendly neighbors to the south Mexican people who have always been coming across the border for as long as we've been having us a Border yes, really go back and forth to work. Mm-hmm. And that was the thing that happened migrants come pick fruit and whatnot
Starting point is 00:04:00 but now we got all the extra males of China, all the extra males of Africa, and they're just coming on over. You don't see too many families. You see a lot of military aged men. What is happening? Yeah, what is really happening? I mean, I don't really know where to go. I'm seeing this morning, somewhere in Texas,
Starting point is 00:04:24 they're basically building a wall with shipping containers. Do you see that? Okay. Yeah. I didn't see that one. They just stack it up. Good building material. I mean,
Starting point is 00:04:34 Oh yeah, the last. Fast and effective. But what's the end goal here? I don't know. The left blames the right, the right blames the left. You know, I don't know. Can't read this. It's hard to pinpoint who's at fault here.
Starting point is 00:04:52 Well, it seems like we need at least a decenish wall. I don't think that that's saying that you're anti-immigration just because you have a strong border. It's like, it's just good to have it. It's like, we don't want any laws broken, right? Generally. And if you can, you get- If you don't have a border, you don't have a country.
Starting point is 00:05:14 I've heard some of the finest minds have been saying that for years. So you don't have, if you have a porous border, your country will crumble. Yeah, that might be true. Unless there's just not a lot of immigration back and forth. You know, it's like Canada, it's not really happening between the US and Canada.
Starting point is 00:05:35 It's not like people are flooding in up there. So that's not where you focus your energy on building a ginormous wall. I mean, eventually you could get there. Oh, problems. Exactly. Canada has influx of refugees and immigrants as well for the past 10 years. They've been welcoming China and that's okay, whatever,
Starting point is 00:05:57 have immigration, but they come through legal means over there. Right. Yeah. Well, we'll keep an eye on it. Try and try and figure this out. But we'll fumble through it. We'll get it. We'll figure it out. We will. They jumped into a lot of car talk. That was like at least 40 minutes talking about super dope cars. If you massively into that, check it out for that reason. I was keen on to kind of get onto just the rest of his kind of philosophy on things,
Starting point is 00:06:33 but he's been on Rogan a few times, so that narrative has kind of been covered and repeat guests often get into a habit of just talking about shit they're into, you know? Which is all right, it gives you insight into the person. But yeah, it was a shitload of car talk. And that's fine. Yeah, I learned a new acronym, ICE,
Starting point is 00:07:07 Internal Combustion Engine. He used that one a little bit and I was like, I had to look it up. Right, it's thinking immigration again. As opposed to electric cars. What's the plaid get to the Tesla 1.2, zero to 60 in 1.2 seconds? I don't think it's that fast, to the Tesla 1.2 zero to 61.2 seconds? I don't think it's that fast. It's like 1.9.
Starting point is 00:07:29 That is a flip at 1.9. That's like that. That's so fast. Yeah. That's like mock two. Right. They're saying that the roadster though, that hasn't come out yet, we're as close at like 1.1. G whiz. That seems just absurd.
Starting point is 00:07:47 That's no time. That's like now, it's an now. And you're already, how do you, like, wouldn't that make you dizzy? Well, the blood starts. I think it would jerk you back, that's for sure. It'll knock your panties off, that's for sure. Knock someone's panties off.
Starting point is 00:08:03 Talking about that, they were discussing kind of marriages these days and how half of married women have their backup guy already. The dating world is a slippery business. Yeah. You know. You're lucky to be out of that. Right. But if half of married women have that backup guy,
Starting point is 00:08:26 maybe my wife has her backup guy. I haven't invited up more and more over there. Oh, that is a good point. You're the backup guy? Oh, man. No, just joking. Only if you die. Okay, you'll take care of my family?
Starting point is 00:08:41 Yeah. Thanks, Pete. I appreciate it. I've gotta think about that. No, I have a kid. Just be a business. I appreciate it. I've got to think about that. Now I have a kid. Just be business. Purely business. You just want to congratulations on that baby of yours by the way. Thank you very much. Yep. Just had a little baby Hazel. Very exciting. Yep. Still trying to get some sleep. I think you're going to be saying that for the next 18 years, buddy. There we go. There we go. Mmm So half all women have the backup guy I guess I might be the backup guy for maybe like a few ladies then probably the single dudes are
Starting point is 00:09:16 Like think about it. You would be kind of a crock. I think it just makes them feel safe to know that there It's like it's like the old days though, it's like being in the tribe. You got your main guy and then the rest of the tribe guys are there. It's like, you don't want all the men to die in war. No, you don't. Be on your own.
Starting point is 00:09:38 Can't put up shells. That's a scary place. Yeah, definitely. Get the higher rock in the cave, they're gonna need me. Yeah Yeah, they talk a little bit about like work and the fantasy of not doing any work I think that the you know, Colin is like In a position now to wear because of like his YouTube and other
Starting point is 00:10:01 Areas that he can make money like in a sense sense he wouldn't have to work, you know? He's just can like make a lot of money doing fun things. But oftentimes you see the people that are in that position got there because they have really good work ethic. They like working, they like doing it. It's this fantasy of like just having money and doing nothing, I think it's all the real fast. And it just seems like something you would want
Starting point is 00:10:29 because so many people are working so hard and have for so long and hate their jobs. So it's like, oh God, please just give me the opportunity to have money and do nothing. Yeah, it sounds good, might be for a minute, but I think very quickly you'd get bored. And you know, and kind of unsatisfied too. Only way we can enjoy our free time is if we have time that's taken up by something else. So free time will no longer exist if you have nothing to do.
Starting point is 00:11:03 Right. You know, or you have nothing to do. Right. You know, or you just start drinking by 10 a.m. Cheers by the way. Cheers. No, we got to do something. We got to work. And that brings us his next point. The fantasy is.
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Starting point is 00:12:38 Yeah. Which is a hard thing to find for people, you know? And especially find a way to make money doing it. But today, more so than ever, there's a clearer route to that, especially with things like social media and Instagram, right? Because if you get really good at something
Starting point is 00:12:59 that you love and you're interested in, there often is a market for it, depending on how good you are, because other people will like it too. And if you promote yourself well and people can see what you do, then you have a chance to sell it. I mean, there's more unusual jobs today than ever before. It's like the workforce is really changing. It's like the workforce is really changing. High end word is part, like in my field, high end woodworkers don't have to leave their shops anymore. They don't have to go to craft fairs
Starting point is 00:13:33 to sell their intricately designed and made couches or bookshelves they can make a YouTube show and an Instagram sales model and then start selling that stuff. Yeah. And then what it's worth. Right. And you get to see the whole process and more so you get to learn who the individual is
Starting point is 00:13:53 making this stuff. And if their personality is good and you enjoy them, it kind of makes that purchase that much more meaningful. You're like, oh, I love this guy's work. I can't wait to own a piece of this. You know, it's like almost makes more art lovers. I mean, I've never been that into art, like not, I like going to museums and stuff. I like looking at the old, when I went to Paris and you get to see some Monet's and all these different things in the museums. It's cool, right? But you're not buying any they're millions of dollars and
Starting point is 00:14:29 You know just other artists stuff you just don't care about but as I follow different people on Instagram and Then you kind of get to know them and what they're doing and it like makes you want to have a piece of it You're just like oh, right? Yeah, I'm into this It like makes you want to have a piece of it. You just like, oh, yeah, I'm into this. Ultimately, that was traditionally the job of the docent. The curator was to tell you about the artist, why it's important to know about them. You connect with them a little more. Ultimately, it makes the art worth something.
Starting point is 00:14:59 And Instagram is taking that role of the curator, which is okay. It leaves some curators out of the job, but ultimately more art is more better for everybody. Right. I mean, my brother, my younger brother has like a tattoo business. He does tattoo. He does like the tie tap styles that are very geometric and you know, kind of symmetrical patterns. And his Instagram is like fairly big, you know, it's not huge, like 20 something thousand. But because of it, that following, people will write to him and say, I would love a tattoo and he just travels the country going to different
Starting point is 00:15:47 Studios where he's set up for a week book all his appointments And then people in different areas can find him much easier. It's like really effective marketing And also he gets to put up a lot of cool stuff on his instagram You know, there's like zero overhead for him in that regard. He doesn't have to clean, like have his own studio at that point. I'm sure he does, but he goes and gets hosted by people that it brings business to their business. And ultimately he doesn't have to have all about the prices either.
Starting point is 00:16:16 It's like, this is, I'm booked. You pay this price and we're, and we'll go. Yeah, 100%. You're going to get a nice piece. Yeah. It's a really cool way of doing it. And that should be inspiring to young people that are trying to find their path,
Starting point is 00:16:28 like the opportunities are there. And it's a cool thing because, you know, there are a lot of Instagram accounts out there where people are trying this stuff. And it's, and people don't wanna follow on. It's just not interesting enough. It's not biting. So the people that are the best at it,
Starting point is 00:16:47 the practice the most, the put the most work in, are the ones that are gonna get the business. So it's not free work. Like it takes a lot of effort, but you can do it. If you've got your idea and you really want to push for it, you just got to make it interesting. It doesn't even have to be that interesting. Like people, if you look your idea and you really want to push for it, you just got to make it interesting. It doesn't even have to be that interesting. Like people, if you look on someone's Instagram,
Starting point is 00:17:09 they follow maybe 2,000 people. It doesn't take a lot to get a follow. You don't have to be that interesting. Just have a couple of good pieces up there of whatever it is. It's nice. Tons of options. You have to be alive.
Starting point is 00:17:25 Yeah. Talk a little bit about Gunn. So he met his instructor. I don't know if it was a jujitsu instructor or an MMA instructor, but basically the same day he met him, the guy, his alarm went off at his house. So Colin was like, hey, let's go over there, let's clear the rooms. After that, they were boys,
Starting point is 00:17:48 because that's a pretty bro move. And yeah, like knowing how to do that is an interesting thing to think people should know. And then again, all of the bits about which gun to have to you. Do you, do you, you own guns, right? Do you have like a nine mil? I got a, uh, yeah, I have some guns. I have a 45 ACP and, uh, as a, for a handgun.
Starting point is 00:18:19 That's a big round, right? Yeah. It's like, it's almost, it's almost a subcompact as well. It's a small gun. Is it a hard to shoot? It's a little bit small for my hand, but it's like it's almost it's almost a subcompact as well. It's a small gun. Is it a hard to shoot? It's a little bit small for my hand, but it's pretty accurate I thought a lot. Oh nice and a 45 is like that's a massive It'll stop them especially if you put the hollow points in there. Oh, damn Yeah, I've been thinking about it. I don't have to have a I do not have to have a
Starting point is 00:18:44 permit to have it, but I would have to have one to carry and conceal it. If I had it concealed, I could get in trouble. Okay. Yeah, I think in Tennessee, here we don't, you don't need a permit for a concealed. You just have one. But I think he goes into this, isn't there like insurance that one might need to
Starting point is 00:19:06 have in case you do shoot somebody and then you have you have the insurance of lawyers and stuff to back you up. I know that that's important to have. I'm sure he has his. Yeah, that's probably not a bad move. That's that's not a bad move. I mean, it's interesting because the philosophy, you know, at growing up in England and moving here, we don't have guns there. We hear a lot of people just have the, like the philosophy over there that it's like, no, we're not into guns.
Starting point is 00:19:35 We don't think you should have them. You wouldn't have score shootings. It took a long time for my opinions on that to change once I was here. And really that just comes down to like education and experience and using them and seeing how people use them responsibly. And also being fascinated that this is like a modern
Starting point is 00:19:56 Western culture that still decides to have guns in society. And that it's fairly rare. Not many countries have done that. And to me, it's interesting. Yeah, right. They're all coming over here anyway. Mm-hmm.
Starting point is 00:20:14 Well, that's freedom, baby. Freedom. What did you think about the girl that got stoned, freaked out, stabbed her boyfriend or the person she was on a date with like 108 times, stabbed herself and only got like two years of probation. She killed the guy. Yeah, that's not a, I don't,
Starting point is 00:20:37 that's a California outcome, if you ask me. It's ridiculous. Yeah, I don't like that one bit. Uh-uh. No. There's something else going on there. I mean, wacko. Since when has being high on something been excused to commit a crime? That's like killing someone in a DWI, driving on an influence of alcohol and claiming, I was on alcohol, so I should be let go.
Starting point is 00:21:05 Right. It's like if you if you run someone over in your car sober, the the the sentence is less than if you're drunk. So if you're high and you stab someone, shouldn't the sentence be higher? Worse? I think they were able to establish that she had a psychosis, but I still don't. I don't buy that. I don't like that outcome at all.
Starting point is 00:21:32 Yeah, I'm not feeling it. I don't know enough about the case, but it sounds squirrely. And it is weed too. Generally isn't making... You know, I've smoked some weed. It hasn't made me very stabby. I would say that. No. I get a little bit like... Hungry? and you know, I've smoked some weed. It hasn't made me very stabby. I would say that.
Starting point is 00:21:46 No, I get a little bit like, I'll go hide under a blanket. Yeah, hungry for sure. Hungry, maybe scared, but. The world frightens and confuses me, but I'm not gonna kill anybody. Not killing anyone, man. All right, let's jump over to Josh Edubon.
Starting point is 00:22:02 Let's get into more ridiculous crimes and sentences. Sheldon Johnson joined him this time. Sheldon's a smart guy. He- I liked what he said and how he said it, honestly. Yeah, yeah. He had a tough upbringing, poor guy. So basically it started with a teacher that he had
Starting point is 00:22:23 that thought that he was misbehaving and went to like whack him with a ruler and then put what was it? Salt on it? Put salt on it and whack him with a ruler smack, put it salt on his hand and then whack the salt pile with a ruler. The hoops to increase more pain. Oh, lunatic. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:22:40 He's like doing research on torture of children. Good job. So this is like the eighties and Sheldon said, well, fuck out, ran into the hallway, got a fire extinguisher, sprayed him, and they basically put him in like a mentor ward for years where he was abused a lot. Uh-huh. And drugged up. Just for that heavy, heavy duty, uh, tranquilizers and mood stabilizers that literally ruin your body.
Starting point is 00:23:06 God. To think that that was happening in the 80s, like not that long ago. Not long at all. And, you know, how do those teachers live with themselves knowing that happened? Do they really think that they're doing good for these kids? Like, oh, this is what I'm out. They buy into the philosophies and they live and die by those philosophies.
Starting point is 00:23:30 It's kind of like a part of their political beliefs, most likely. It's sad that we let all these kids down, really. Right. And then of course, once the prisoners are in, you know, like you're a prisoner then they often get you working and a lot of products are basically made by prisoners which are basically being paid as slaves more products than we would think
Starting point is 00:23:58 kind of shocking like many grocery stores carry products that have some component that's put together by prisoners Don't they see the How Corporations work where they become a tool of the corporation and now there's this School to prison pipeline Don't they see the direct correlation by if we make money from these people then we'll never not try to fix the problem But how they get in prison in the first place? Mm-hmm?
Starting point is 00:24:31 Like no wonder why Finland has like 20 people incarcerated because they make no money off their prisons right It's not a it just makes perfect sense to me to just stop these for-profit prisons Yeah Yeah, it's sad and there's so much of it happening. I mean I just don't know how much Headway we're making like is this slowly improving or has it been getting worse? Like, where are we on this? It's not getting better. It's definitely not
Starting point is 00:25:12 getting better. And then you hear about those judges that have like, basically, are like, putting away people for a long time in certain areas, you know, and some of them have got caught for like just putting all these kids away to fill these prisons and they're getting like back-end payouts. But how easy is it to even catch these people? Well, I mean, take a look at the one in our public eye right now, Kamala Harris.
Starting point is 00:25:43 She was, she put away people collectively for hundreds and hundreds of years collectively of all of her sentences as a DA, at least as a DA in California, if I remember correctly. And she was directly responsible for incarcerating Black men for years for weed. Unbelievable. Yeah. Yeah, Kamala is a confusing one to me. I don't I don't get how she got in this position or why anyone thought that it was a good idea. Did they not listen to her speeches before she was potentially the vice president? Was it just purely a woke kind of vote grab? Yep, she was an intersectional diversity hire. Yep.
Starting point is 00:26:32 Well, also what about that half of inmates are dyslexic that are going in? There's like a learning issue that they have and that sounds like a bit of a correlation there. It's our prisons are thriving and our school systems are dying. And they're, and we're failing these kids because we're not, we can't teach them how to read or keep them engaged in class. Mm hmm.
Starting point is 00:27:02 Yeah. Yeah, I think I blame sugary cereals. It's gotta be that It's all connected Sugar cereals. It's all it's all connected. Yeah, I would I would go to school with a full belly of sugar What is it frosted flakes? Yeah every morning good choice And I was a terrorist in school. That was bad. Couldn't sit still. And then.
Starting point is 00:27:27 And I have dyslexia. Then you have 50 cents and you go get Mountain Dew just to perk you up. It's like how many classrooms were just full of kids drinking Mountain Dews and sodas? And they were like sit still and don't speak and everyone's like. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr I'm drinking Mountain Dew through those sour straws. Oh yeah, candy all day.
Starting point is 00:27:51 I know. It's the whole system. It's, it's. So it's directly correlate, incarceration directly in correlates to being unable to read. And a lot of these guys learn how to read in prison. So they've become a little more smart and they also become better criminals. They could for sure. And that's what Sheldon was saying.
Starting point is 00:28:13 He was just a kid that was rambunctious and he got institutionalized and became a criminal in prison. He got out and became a lookout lookout then he worked his way up to Lending people drugs to sell for him right got into a minor scuffle with one of the people owed in thousands that guy got hurt And he was it went in jail for 50 years. He was put away for 50 years Jesus before before Josh Got ahold of his story Yeah Think of the amount of good that Josh has done and the awareness that he has now that he can come on Rogan as much as he can. I mean, to give this a generation and enough people would have heard these stories over and over again to where it'd just be
Starting point is 00:29:03 a thing that people are way more aware of. And it'd be like anything when it's talked about more, that becomes the type of issues that people are running on and they're focused on changing. It's only when this stuff is like swept under the rug for a long time, we didn't even know that these for-profit prisons work like this. And the judges were getting kickbacks to fill them. for-profit prisons work like this, and the judges were getting kickbacks to fill them. And, you know, we're basically picking on individuals
Starting point is 00:29:29 they knew couldn't afford to defend themselves. So they were easy targets. But as soon as that narrative is discussed, and discussed often, it's hard to, like, be comfortable with. People gonna want to see change We don't like to hear things like this happen What's he saying about the the black cops and judges will often be times More harsh to their to their people of their same demographic than white ones
Starting point is 00:30:07 Yeah, so they don't want to be seen, you know, they're trying to fit in with their own peers. So they don't want to be seen as too lenient in an area of their own bias. So they're often harder on them to show, you know, that they're tough, and they won't tolerate that kind of behavior either. Bad. You know, it's just, it's just probably hard to stay kind of really Bad. You know? It's not good. It's just probably hard to stay kind of really level with these things, you know? It's like treat everyone the same and do the crime, you know, put them away at the same rate.
Starting point is 00:30:41 It's being a cop is a tough job and it wears them out. I think you're more about these stories. Oh, and it drags you down. You get for every thank you you get 10 like fuck use. No down like. Yeah, no down. It's just, I mean, they're doing, I would say anyone that's like defund the police and fuck the police.
Starting point is 00:30:59 And it's like, look, I get it. Okay. Especially if you feel you've been picked on and singled out by them through your life. But I think it would be a smart move for more people to do like those drive-alongs or whatever they call it. The way you can go out and see what a day or night is like for police officers in your local area.
Starting point is 00:31:21 Again, educating yourself. I think it would change people's perspective on how difficult that job is. And it's not like it's that paid all that well either. And they make the bulk of their money on overtime. And guess what they just cut funding to in New York? Overtime. No government employee gets overtime. Trash collectors, anybody who's employed by the government cops do not get overtime right now because
Starting point is 00:31:47 That money has to go to giving money to immigrants damn directly get its shelters and prepaid credit cards phones are going to people from Other than here and they're taking it out of Americans pockets like the services that we need and the services that protect people like those immigrants and like us and
Starting point is 00:32:15 and each us from each other those immigrants the protection too but guess what there's no more cops on the streets after 10 p.m. Right Well, there's a new shift or something. What's up with that, New York? It seems like they're coming around. Actually, well, I mean, ultimately what happens is, you know, the proof is in the pudding. Eventually, you're going to see the spoils of your labor, and you're going go whoops. It sounded good to get rid of all the cops for these hours and now everything's way out of control
Starting point is 00:32:51 and crime has gone through the roof. So let's switch it up. But it's just short-sightedness. It's nuts. It is. And all these stories are anecdotal until somebody, like they're just stories from one person passed on to the other for now
Starting point is 00:33:04 until we have enough data to correlate actions. So how about that? It does take a while though, you know? Yeah, it does. And to like, you know, work through the fog of misinformation and it just takes time to be able to see it clearly. And oftentimes, all the damage has been done.
Starting point is 00:33:27 And individuals have paid the price for that. Like they've paid a lot for it. Guess what, a country has just been declared the safest country in the Western Hemisphere. Ooh, I don't know, Sweden. El Salvador. El Salvador? Is now safer than most of, most big cities in the United States.
Starting point is 00:33:50 How have they managed that? Through a strong arm attack on gang members. Okay. They've incarcerated like hundreds of thousands of gang members. That's how to do it. Anybody with a face tattoo gets put in jail over there. Oh, geez. Not exactly that, but close enough. I get it. Tyson shouldn't go over there then.
Starting point is 00:34:13 Oh, he'd be treated like a god, I'm sure. He would, yeah. He could go anywhere he wants. He can. He can. Who doesn't know who he is? He's got to be one of the most recognizable, famous people in the world now. Oh, yeah. I'd imagine.
Starting point is 00:34:25 And can still punch you through a wall, easy. I forget where he was, but he was near a rowdy crowd in another country and he shushed people and just silence, just the whole place fell silent. If- He's quite down over there. If Mike Tyson shushed me, I wouldn't ask why. Yes, sir.
Starting point is 00:34:47 I would just nod. Stay quiet. Just keep quiet. Yeah, and hope that we could be friends at the end of it. Well, there we go. Josh Dubin doing God's work. Wonderful, I'm glad that Rogan has him on. Always a pleasure.
Starting point is 00:35:02 It's just wacky to hear the stories and what's happening. And, you know, I don't know what to do about it, what to think about it, but it's good that the message is getting out there. I think that there's a big impact that is happening and real change, you know? And it's just kind of highlighting how ridiculous elements of our justice system is
Starting point is 00:35:24 and it needs to be fixed. He said the vestiges of segregation are apparent in our system. We're a young country, we're working at the kinks, but it still needs some work. Yep, it does. Keep on it, but we gotta keep working. All right, let's jump over to Jeff Dyer, finish up with him. Jeff's interesting character. His comedy is good. I would say it's... It's... He does have some like, risque...
Starting point is 00:35:56 ...plots in his comedy, but he's mostly a clean comic, really. Very funny dude. And he's done the circuit, he's been on the late nights. Through COVID, he had some interesting observations that kind of went against a lot of Hollywood, you know, liberal types. And he kind of got singled out for that.
Starting point is 00:36:21 I mean, he was frustrated with like the closures and he just wasn't feeling what was happening like many people. But that's a tough stance to take, especially in that area and that industry. And by being somewhat outspoken with it, which is a brave move, he, you know, started popping up on like Fox News, Fox and Friends, being funny on that and pointing out some of the absurdity with what was happening, which was needed. That helped us pull out of it, honestly. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:36:55 A lot of people just kept their mouth shut and went along with everything that they were asked to do. Yeah. While also talking mad shit about anyone that didn't, even though they weren't even sure why they were doing it. No, followers be followers, you know. Yeah. Which I say, actually, it's fine.
Starting point is 00:37:16 Be a follower. Like, if that's the route you want to take, do it. But don't demonize other people for not following you. It doesn't make you right just because you chose that path. But that's what was happening. And yeah, I mean, I think what has come out of the other end for him is a different perspective, a different comedian, and it's,
Starting point is 00:37:39 I think it's pretty interesting. And his career certainly hasn't suffered because of it, which should give people some hope. I mean, really you see it with most of the comedians that have come out the other side. Like a lot of them had this philosophy throughout. And I think it's part of being a comedian too, is like you're analyzing social behaviors and society
Starting point is 00:38:04 and like trying to observe ludicrous behavior. And there was so much of that in what happened with COVID that it was undeniable to them. Yeah, we didn't know where to be with it, but we know now it was. Some of us do. It seemed like a, it seemed very blatantly a social control feature mechanism. For sure. They're experimented on us.
Starting point is 00:38:36 Yeah, yeah, we're experimented on for sure. With the vaccine and how they can get us to do anything that they tell us to do. Mm-hmm, yeah. the vaccine and how they can get us to do anything that they tell us to do. Yeah. The Joe talks about hemp and hemp as a product for a while. And you know, this kind of comes back to just the government banning it because they didn't want any marijuana anywhere.
Starting point is 00:39:00 But just talking about hemp as a material, do you know much about that? I mean, one, it's a protein. You can take it powder and it has lots of aminos in. It's very healthy. You can make clothing from it, rope. I have a hemp key. They were talking about hemp keys. It's by far the best key I have.
Starting point is 00:39:21 By far the best. Do what? Is it rough in any way? No, mine isn't. I'll tell you one thing it does is it doesn't have a tendency to smell as much as my other geese. You know, like if you have a geese and maybe it wasn't a super sweaty sash, you might wear it again. You got to be careful with that because you can get a bit, a bit pongy.
Starting point is 00:39:46 The hemp one you can honestly wear a few times. Like it just doesn't seem to hold the odor in the same way. And the material is super strong. Like so far I don't have a rip on it. I have some other standard geese that I don't have rips on either that are newer. But eventually you do, right? They're gonna tear somewhere. They tear. I can knee either that are newer, but eventually you do, right? They're gonna tear at some point.
Starting point is 00:40:05 They tear. I did knee below that knee panel, my nose tear. Yeah. And around like the, what's this bit? The sleeve. The wrist. The wrist sleeve, but yeah, it often tears there because people are yanking on it,
Starting point is 00:40:22 but the hemp seems very strong. It's pretty incredible material. And then you can build like houses out of this stuff. Yeah, I've heard that. How do we not want this material? It seems very useful. And you can make it into diesel. You can make hemp into biofuel.
Starting point is 00:40:41 You can... Really? Yeah, George Washington had a hemp factory. Like he had a hemp field. I hope I'm not just totally talking out of my ass right now, but our founding fathers grew hemp. They ran into it. They were hip dudes.
Starting point is 00:40:57 Yeah, let's bring that back. We want some good renewable resources. I mean, it seems like you can do everything with it, plus you get weed out of it too, right? Or like somehow, CBD, tons of CBD. Let's bring the price down on CBD. Can we all agree on that? It still seems too expensive for what it is.
Starting point is 00:41:21 I think it might be where the area of the world you're in. Might be. Yeah. They're not huge fans of legalizing the weeds here in Tennessee. Come on nerds, relax. Literally relax. Chill out. Chill out. They're just like, no, we only drink Jack Daniels here. Gallons of whiskey. Gallons of whiskey. That's what they want. Yeah. I'll have to look into a hemp key.
Starting point is 00:41:50 I'll look into it. Yeah, dude, there a bit more money, but they're worth it. Check them out. I'll send you the link to the one I have and you can check that out. I think it was like 200 bucks. Wasn't cheap, but it was also an A3L. Like those long ones are harder to come by.
Starting point is 00:42:06 And usually it's got monkey arms, bro. It's not my fault. I was born that way. Uh, Jeff really liked, uh, some older stories of Rogan, especially the fear factor day where he got basically in a bit of a fight with one of the, um, um, contestants. Um, hearing that they didn't have any security on that show was kind of unusual. You would think that shows just would have security, right? You've got a whole production team. At least have one guy. One huge dude.
Starting point is 00:42:40 One huge dude. Big old black dude is what I'd want. Yeah, like 300 pounds You know real chill, but no is that a snap some bones? But yeah used to work for a Snoop Dogg or something That's what you see. Yeah like a shacks size dude chilling But yeah, no, they didn't have it and Joe had to grab a hold of this guy and But yeah, no, they didn't have it. Joe had to grab ahold of this guy and it's a great clip. If you guys haven't seen it, I mean, it's OG Rogan at his best. I don't think they have a play edit, but you can see the clip on YouTube. What's that one where he was working with couples and there was one lady who was like hitting her husband
Starting point is 00:43:25 and he's like, don't do that. And the guy was like, don't tell my wife what to do. That is the fight. That was the one. That's the one. Yeah. He's like, don't do that. And Joe's like, no, you can't do that.
Starting point is 00:43:36 And like Joe kept it, like he raised the energy to match the guy, but he didn't lose his cool and And he stood strong with what like he didn't look afraid. He looked ready. Yeah, I wouldn't fuck with Joe. Dude, he would have fucked that guy up so bad. And the fact that all he did was just kind of get him in a clench. And dude, really nothing with him was actually super nice because Joe could have just wrecked him. But he didn't have anything to prove. He was just like, you just can't do that.
Starting point is 00:44:09 You can't assault people and you can't fucking yell at me and come out me either. So no, it went from protecting that guy to having to protect other people from that guy. Oh yeah. Well, what was great is they're like interviewing other contestants and they would just saying like, yeah, you don't want to fuck with Joe Rogan. Like what were you thinking? Idiot. So good. Poor guys, ego got bruised. Oh, no doubt. He's got to pay for that one forever. Supposedly that guy was a nut job though. All right, let's finish up with a bit of
Starting point is 00:44:40 the wacky Canadian, you know, transgender stuff. 50 year old man identifies as a woman, changing with teenage girls. He's on the swim team because he identifies as like a 15 year old girl, is that what it is? It is that, yep, Canada. Yeah. And California to the north.
Starting point is 00:45:04 And here's the thing, just by saying this, some people could say, they could listen to this and they could say, oh, well, you're just not inclusive. Well, no, I say that you could identify as a woman and even a much younger age if you want to. But I don't think it's unreasonable to not have access to whatever you think you are Identifying as because there are inherent safety issues and even if there aren't There could be perceived ones and I don't think it's unreasonable for 15 year old girls to not want to change around somebody that has male genitalia
Starting point is 00:45:43 Regardless of how they identify. It's probably not a good feeling. If it's not doing physical damage, being a 15 year old girl is hard enough. And in being changing in front of other 15 year old girls is hard enough. They have a lot of body issues typically as a population. Imagine now you have to do it with this guy,
Starting point is 00:46:07 Becky, whatever his name is. Well, you're changing in front of what looks like your dad, but it's not someone else. I mean, it's not even appropriate to be, have your dad changing in front of you if you're a girl and you're 15, and that's your dad. I mean, that might be the only time, you know, if you, it's horrifying to walk in
Starting point is 00:46:28 on your parents changing like. You don't want that. It's terrible. It will scar us. It scars these people. Can. Yeah. I'm scarred. It doesn't sound good.
Starting point is 00:46:38 It was an accident. And then they finished up with Bigfoot. And I love how Jeff was sure that Bigfoot exists and there were hundreds of thousands of them. That cracked me out. He's like, they're everywhere. There's loads of them. But what a wacky thing that we still hold on to.
Starting point is 00:46:56 I mean, that definitely is more wacky than the UFO stuff. Even when like UFOs are more legit today than ever, just because of all the sightings and the things that have been happening recently. But you know, there was a time when it was people banging on about UFOs. You're like, all right, this guy might be a bit of a wacko.
Starting point is 00:47:13 Right. But Bigfoot has always been that. You know what? I don't make fun of your religion, okay buddy? Why don't you just lay off Bigfoot? He's out there scrounging around. Scrounging around? Well, then he's good? He's out there scrounging around. Scrounging around? Well, then he's good.
Starting point is 00:47:27 He's good at scrounging. He's good at staying hidden. You know, I guess we found a few footprints, but not even like one bone, one skull, we would, dude. I know. Well, let's just take it easy. Let's not throw it out just yet. Let's wait.
Starting point is 00:47:44 All right, let's give a scenario then of how they could exist. And let's make sense of it. So they only die in caves. Okay, right? But if they have intricate burial practices where they eat their dead or burn them or something, they could be an interdimensional creature,
Starting point is 00:48:03 just like potentially the UFOs are interdimensionally traveling. There's hundreds of thousands of reported sightings by some pretty rapidal people as even on top of that. There is not that many sightings. Hundreds of thousands? That's a lot. Over time, over the whole world. Dude, I think there's like 50. 50 sightings. I follow, I guess. Yeah. I haven't been watching the Bigfoot shows.
Starting point is 00:48:35 All I know is they haven't found them and it's many seasons. There's a, there's, I like, what do they think he eats? Just put out giant piles of bananas in the woods and just sit around with some cameras He's gonna find that's that's racist. Oh Gets bigfoot's dude I bet they love bananas. They would eat them man. They'd be yes. They would they would well, okay So, you know, um less stroud the survivor man super reputable TV producer Makes documentaries. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:49:08 Yeah. Yeah. He's great guy. Maybe. Yep. He has a, he has a 10 part episode on Bigfoot and he's a skeptic, but I like what he's up to. Uh, he didn't see one. Of course he didn't see one, but he didn't not see one.
Starting point is 00:49:22 Wait, wait, he did not see one. He didn't not see one. No, he didn't see one. Wait, wait, he did not see one. He did not see one. No, he didn't see one. He did not see one. He absolutely did not find any. But there was one, so he puts this apple on a tree with a motion sensing camera on there and he's sleeping nearby.
Starting point is 00:49:39 And in the morning, the apple's gone and he reviews his footage and there's nothing, nothing takes it except for one blip of the frame. There's like a knobby top of a head that pokes up and then it's gone. So you know, that's, there's no evidence. That's the conclusion. It's like, Hey, how about don't put the camera so close to the Apple so we can see the whole thing here?
Starting point is 00:50:06 Are you telling me that less Stroud doesn't know how to work his cameras? well As you can fuck right off Well there we go on that note I don't believe in Bigfoot and P does that's what we know. Hold on, let's go for another hour. We can do it. If Mulder told us in the X files, the truth is out there and I want to believe.
Starting point is 00:50:35 Right. I like the idea of it, but I'd like a bit more. It is fun. It is fun. I think it would be cooler though if like ghosts existed and there was like You know a bit more Like evidence in that direction. I think that could be I'm gonna send you some literature and I would like you to read it Okay, okay
Starting point is 00:50:58 Can't wait. All right guys. Well, thank you so much for Tuning in staying with us and enjoying this week of Rogan reviews more for you next week We got some great guests Shane Gillis is on next week Can't wait for it. Thank you Pete and oh enjoy the Super Bowl everybody Later

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