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That was hilarious. Was good because Rogan's friends with him and allows him to talk. Made some good points how he's used as a BS scapegoat for things when he's taken totally out of context.
 

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That was hilarious. Was good because Rogan's friends with him and allows him to talk. Made some good points how he's used as a BS scapegoat for things when he's taken totally out of context.
To be fair, even being open to his ideas it's hard to understand his context, the man speaks in hieroglyphics.
 

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That was hilarious. Was good because Rogan's friends with him and allows him to talk. Made some good points how he's used as a BS scapegoat for things when he's taken totally out of context.
No doubt, when he started going on about pedafile extra terristrials and shit, I thought this guy is wasted really, really bad
 

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No doubt, when he started going on about pedafile extra terristrials and shit, I thought this guy is wasted really, really bad
That was the best bit! He actually seems like a really cool guy when not doing the full blown ranting infowars performance.
 

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Kevin Smith's " Fatman & Batman "
Chris Jericho's " Talk is Jericho "
The Joe Cronin Show ( Wrestling )

Just gotten onto Rogan.
Started off with the Shane Smith 1 and am now an hour into the Kevin Smith 1.
Have the Rollins , Jones and Hetfield ones bookmarked.
 
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Bill Simmons, The Grade Cricketer, Titus O'reily and Sergio Paradise, Santo Sam and Ed all get a run at times on the work commute

Living in WA, the 3 MMM rub podcasts over the weekends footy matches get a run too. More of a guilty pleasure that one
 

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That was the best bit! He actually seems like a really cool guy when not doing the full blown ranting infowars performance.
He needs someone like Rogen on his show to keep him in line. He goes off on tangents and that makes him sound less credible
 

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Ive been listening to the Ricky Gervais podcast. Its 10 years old but Im paying for it, when it was free at the time. That kind of sucks, but I dont mind them making money off of it, just should be through discreet advertising.
 

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He needs someone like Rogen on his show to keep him in line. He goes off on tangents and that makes him sound less credible
Yeah, I think Rogan made that point in another podcast since. Something about having the horsepower of a corvette but a few spark plugs aren't firing properly so he needs someone keeping him in line.
 

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A couple of episodes into Season 2 of Serial, investigative journalism series by This American Life.

Pretty interesting so far, taking in all types of perspectives including that of the Taliban, regarding the American soldier who abandoned his post and was held captive in Afghanistan for 5 years.
 

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I listen to Bill Burr most weeks. The guy is quite hilarious when he's not talking about sport.
 

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So i finished the Alex Jones podcast.........
Poor Eddie Bravo was the 3rd wheel , no idea why they had 3 there when 1 of the 3 was ALEX ******* JONES !!!!

Onto JRE Henry Rollins - i could listen to this bloke tell me what he ate for breakfast and still listen.
 

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Really got into Rogan and Bill Burr over the last few months. Have listened to all of ol Billy bitch tits shows going back about a year and Ive been going back listening to the Rogan shows with guests that sound interesting.
 

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Only really rotate between a few film podcasts: Filmspotting (FS SVU), Next Picture Show, Fighting in the War Room.

There are so many podcasts now.
 
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I listen to a heap.
IF you havent heard Howie Games then do yourself a favour and listen. hands down best interview program i have heard and i am shocked cos i wasnt a big fan of Mark Howard the channel 10 sportscaster. He does his research and asks the right questions although the Greg Norman interview was disappointing.
The other one i want to recommend is The Dollop, a history comedy podcast, guys who do it are funny, the live shows are almost always awesome and you learn something too!
Dave Damashek football program (american football) is an aquired taste but once you get into it its hilarious. Dave used to do a podcast called Daves of Thunder, that was my favorite podcast of all time RIP still can find it on the net though
Ive heard every Bill Simmons podcast ever (yes sad..)
also listen to American Life, Radiolab, TOFOP FOFOP Wilosophy, MArc MAron although i am getting bored of his music guests, Revisionist history. Undone.. it goes on and on!
Dave's a funny guy who goes way over the top at times, but still funny to listen to. He's a regular on Adam Carolla's podcast which I listen to regularly.
Also have loved listening to Smodcast with Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier for a decade now.
I would also recommend Mysterious Universe which is pretty interesting and well presented
 

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I've recently gone back and listened to a stack of the old Opie and Anthony casts on youtube mainly for Patrice O'Neil who really was heading for all time great territory before he died young.
 
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Dan Carlin's Hardcore History is excellent with the Blueprint for Armageddon one hell of a listen.

Joe Rogan is pretty cool at times. Sam Harris is pretty interesting too.
Mrs Bojangles got me the complete collection for me for Christmas. They're intense but they're amazing, especially the WW1 ones you mentioned. His one on the Khans are also really good. I think his pure enthusiasm for the subject is what makes it so listenable over a long period of time.
 

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Mrs Bojangles got me the complete collection for me for Christmas. They're intense but they're amazing, especially the WW1 ones you mentioned. His one on the Khans are also really good. I think his pure enthusiasm for the subject is what makes it so listenable over a long period of time.
Haven't listened to the Khans yet so looking forward to that now.

Yeah, WW1, **** me. Outstanding stuff.
 
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