Joe Rogan Experience #1135 – Ari Shaffir

Ari Shaffir is a stand-up comedian and also hosts the podcasts Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank & Punch Drunk Sports. See Ari at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe from August 3-27.

22 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1135 – Ari Shaffir

  1. Ari's analogy for medication being a cast is the fucking BEST description of their function. The man is profound, such a profundity is learned only from climbing out of the abyss. For anyone interested in overcoming their depression or anxiety, look up Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and especially Mindfulness Meditation. As an avid lifter, I came across Mindfulness techniques in the gym, but you can apply them EVERYWHERE in your life. Much strength to you all.

  2. I truly believe the age of PC and the social justice warrior has grown and been fed by social media and this is the real reason for things like school shootings. When I grew up, graduated in 93 school shootings where very rare and usually just a fight where someone pulled out a gun. People want to blame the evil AR-15 but that gun has been with American citizens for like 60 years. The guns didn't change the people did. People these day act like it's their job to be offended and stop everyone and everything they disagree with, that is not freedom it's public fascism. This reminds me of the tail spin civilisations find themselves in just before they fail. It is as if people have forgotten what is really important and completely forgotten how to mind their own business. As a society we have done great things with outrage, like the end of slavery, everyone getting the right to vote (unfortunately the electoral college still remains to subvert the vote, where's the outrage for that?), lbgtq rights and lots of other great things but now we are mostly just down to nitpicking on social media like your helping but your not. I am not racist but
    I also don't think that all people that have made a racist comment should lose their job. The path we are going down here is not good people, thought policing never ends well. Everyone needs to stop being so fucking offended all the time and teach their kids to cope better with the fact that life is under no obligation to be fair to you and to not take that rage out on others that think differently or offend you or make some small mistake.

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