Joe Rogan Experience #1007 – Ari Shaffir, Bert Kreischer & Tom Segura

Joe is joined by Ari Shaffir, Bert Kreischer & Tom Segura to discuss a new challenge.

49 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1007 – Ari Shaffir, Bert Kreischer & Tom Segura

  1. Alright, I'm all about the concept that guilt can be greatly helpful to motivate change, but at some point in this I couldn't help but go "alright he gets it. We all see what you're trying to do, and that Bert feels genuinely fucking bad about it. You've gotten the idea across. He feels bad. He's aware of his usage, and wether he's gonna change for the better or not, he knows where he's at. Now stop being a bunch of annoying, poking, prodding assholes, shut the fuck up, and get on with it"

  2. Now I know what Joe Rogan never fought because he is a little bit of a pansy and a fairy lover like every episode, he talks fags up. Almost as if he's talking them up more than normal people. Shit gets annoying as fuck if you want to be a fag whatever. But don't bring that shit around me.

  3. Poor Bert…..I feel for him, not being able to stop drinking…still living in the self-made delusion that he actually wants to drink, rather than he just doesn't know how to operate without it. I was there. 15 months sober now, and it is possible. I'm only a couple years younger and started drinking around the same age. Sounds like he definitely is starting to want to do something about it though…

  4. y'all are making me miss all my friends back home in california…
    Getting high in my friend's garage all sitting around the table, smoking, playing cards, laughing our fucking asses off at silly shit, and just talking and having a good time
    this is one of my faves

  5. I love how Bert says one time I did six months but he's talking alcohol abstinence like it's prison time in a max security prison. Like he had to beat a guy with soap for some cigarettes ketchup n spect

  6. I was a litre of vodka a day alcoholic, and getting off it required medical help. Withdrawals can absolutely kill you. Don’t be afraid. Ask for help. Go to the hospital if you need, lord knows I did.

    Live your life, but help is there is you need it. It’s better to take help than die screaming.

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