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The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 12 Jul 2019 19:07
by Dr_Badthur
czesc mr sexiіs,

I've been watching the JRE for the past two-ish years, and I feel like I've watched most of what I would find interesting. However, if there is a podcast with people I don't know, I rarely ever watch them, so there's potentially many I've missed out on which I'd find interesting. I wanted to make this topic so that the mr sexiіs here can share podcasts from the show which they feel others may find interesting. I'll start off with podcasts that I found interesting or otherwise enjoyed. And there are a lot, so I won't embed the links, will just paste the link, title and thoughts (if any) about them.

a * indicates that the people featured in said podcast have been on the show more than once

Podcasts which I have watched:


Podcasts which I am currently watching / planning to watch:


If you have any you want to share / recommend, please post them and maybe say why it is worth watching. :)

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 12 Jul 2019 19:36
by Gotma
You GOTTA watch David Goggins!!! - Ex-Marine that was super buff and suddenly decided to compete in ultra-running-competitions. Absolute madman and motivational genius.
Courtney Dauwalter kinda falls in a similar category. - So kind, but a SAVAGE on the track, crushes men in ultra-running regularly.
All the podcasts with Joey Diaz are comedy gold. - Suk a la mink.
I really hate when the topic hovers around conspiracies and similar shit.
The MMA show is fantastic, if you are interested in martial arts. Herb Dean (best active ref) and Jorge Masvidal (backyard fighter turned pro mma star, similar to Kimbo Slice) were phenomenal on there.
If Joe smokes too much it gets kinda ridiculous at times, not in a good way IMHO.

I really suggest you to give the TrueGeordie podcast a try, guests like Robbie Williams, the guy that played Poddrick in GoT, Ricky Gervais or Eddy Hall are very entertaining.

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 12 Jul 2019 19:57
by Dr_Badthur
Gotma wrote:You GOTTA watch David Goggins!!! Courtney Dauwalter kinda falls in a similar category.
All the podcasts with Joey Diaz are comedy gold.
I really hate when the topic hovers around conspiracies and similar shit.
The MMA show is fantastic, if you are interested in martial arts. Herb Dean and Jorge Masvidal were phenomenal on there.
If he smokes too much it gets kinda ridiculous at times, not in a good way IMHO.

I really suggest you to give the TrueGeordie podcast a try, guests like Robbie Williams, the guy that played Poddrick in GoT, Ricky Gervais or Eddy Hall are very entertaining.


added. :)
I did watch some of them, but got bored of him after a while. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
yep, part of the reason I haven't watched any of the Eddie Bravo podcasts
meh, not really that big into MMA or fighting in general. but I watch some of them

robbie williams DansGame will take a look at it at some point :thumb:

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 12 Jul 2019 19:58
by Gotma
Robbie Williams did any drug you can think of :P

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 12 Jul 2019 20:07
by Dr_Badthur
Gotma wrote:Robbie Williams did any drug you can think of :P


did he do cheesing tho Kappa

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 13 Jul 2019 10:40
by Dr_Oolen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EWCN3CPhTI&t=1s
fairly new one with Eric Weinstein, solid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5yh2HcIlkU
Alex Jones - basically almost 5 hours of pure comedy gold, so many PogChamps

Anything with Graham Hancock is intredasting.

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 13 Jul 2019 11:54
by TheDrownedApe
Who? What? NVM

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 08 Oct 2019 23:08
by Dr_Badthur
too lazy to fully update on what I've watched, but this:
Spoiler:
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Kreygasm

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 09 Oct 2019 09:26
by McMokka
If you guys are into entertaining podcasts, give "Potterless" a try. Obviously being interested in the Harry Potter books helps, but it is even funny without that knowledge. It is basically about a guy who didn't touch the books in his childhood while all his friends did and loved it. Now he is in his midtwenties and decided to read them now and talk about it. He has guests with him who know the books and he only reads the next few chapters before talking about them so he is completely clueless of the story going forward and tries to predict what happens.

For someone who adores the books it is really interesting to see him gradually change from a sceptic to a true fan. At the same time it is really noticeable how he starts of with rather mediocre equipment and while the podcast gains more traction is able to get new and better equipment and the quality increases massively.

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 09 Oct 2019 16:25
by Brati007
McMokka wrote:If you guys are into entertaining podcasts, give "Potterless" a try. Obviously being interested in the Harry Potter books helps, but it is even funny without that knowledge. It is basically about a guy who didn't touch the books in his childhood while all his friends did and loved it. Now he is in his midtwenties and decided to read them now and talk about it. He has guests with him who know the books and he only reads the next few chapters before talking about them so he is completely clueless of the story going forward and tries to predict what happens.

For someone who adores the books it is really interesting to see him gradually change from a sceptic to a true fan. At the same time it is really noticeable how he starts of with rather mediocre equipment and while the podcast gains more traction is able to get new and better equipment and the quality increases massively.


i wish you would write a book about time management. everytime i ask myself where you can find the time to do all that stuff.

Re: The Joe Rogan Experience

PostPosted: 10 Oct 2019 06:08
by McMokka
What do you mean? Listening to podcasts is not an active thing for me. I do it while cleaning the flat or while taking the train to university/work. That adds up to several hours a week.