Joe Rogan Experience #1144 – Doug Stanhope

Doug Stanhope is a stand-up comedian, writer, and TV host, also currently hosting his own podcast, The Doug Stanhope Podcast. His book This Is Not Fame: A “From What I Re-Memoir” is available on Amazon.

26 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1144 – Doug Stanhope

  1. Ya'll are talking about multiculturalism without even realizing it. We don't have a gun problem, we have a tribal problem. The tribes have been broken up and mixed together where chaos reigns. Welcome to multiculturalism. You don't know your neighbors and even if you wanted to get to know them you can't understand them. Also- hating on Trump for no other reason than "oh, he's dumb LOL" isn't cool or interesting. It's a tired take.

  2. It's not that hard to know how government works—jeeeeese, they couldn't be that thick, or do they think they need to pander to their audience? (Forgive me–I'm in a bad mood, but still want to watch Stanhope.)

  3. this guy knows that joe dont smoke cigs, yet he smokes in his office…dude have some class, take it outside…even i wont smoke in a non-smokers house just because it's the cool thing to do…have some respect for other ppl places…and where did he get those cloths from? salvation army ?

  4. Rogan still things Stanhope is the Stanhope he knew 10 years ago. Stanhope today is a funny drunkard in his den that doesn't expend any energy knowing what Joe, in his Hollowyood world knows that is viewed as current and/or important. This is two worlds colliding. Personally, I am a fan of both, and I am not judging anyf of them.

  5. I like Doug Stanhope, but I loathe it whenever he mentions and blames all of the world's ills on 'overpopulation', as opposed to:

    1) War – Using resources to destroy other resources to gain more resources. What a wonderfully efficient cycle.
    2) Waste – Uncontrolled levels of waste of immense proportions, especially food.
    3) Insatiable greed – So, so much materialism, epic scale mega malls but sod the people starving on the street!
    4) Corruption – Power, it attracts the worst and corrupts the best.

    Anyone one of those problems is a far, far bigger issue than 'overpopulation'.

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