Best of the Week – March 19, 2017 – Joe Rogan Experience

Joe Rogan Experience – Best of the Week of March 19, 2017

JRE #934 – John Dudley –
JRE #935 – Robb Wolf –
JRE #936 – Colin Moriarty –
JRE #937 – Justin Wren –

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20 thoughts on “Best of the Week – March 19, 2017 – Joe Rogan Experience

  1. why did joe looked so shocked about the girl saying fossils are fake,
    he already had a friend that was aguest saying exactly this, and explainnig how stupid it is, its a big (maybe fat) guy with long hair… come on joe, retain some thing in your head

  2. feminists these days are typically ugly fat girls or just psychopaths and men that hate women are just losers that had their heart broken by a woman. humans just seek an outlet for their rage and the internet has become that platform but somehow people don't make that connection, despite humans finding ways to vent rage throughout history. sad day in age we live in, honestly.

  3. it's really scary when people pretend to know what they're talking about and spread false information just because they have an audience that watches them. it changes people's life. these people go on to insist she's right. (I use "she" as an example of this type of human being). this is how something like flat earth theories started. stupid people were very easily influenced.

  4. Get Dom D'Agostino! I have a lot of power and strength athletes hesitant to go Keto due to the lack of knowledge on how it be beneficial or detrimental for muscle hypertrophy, maximum force production and power.

  5. lol! I 'chiseled' a fossil out of a stone once. Was about 10 years old, took a large slate rock out of the stream, set it on another rock and hit it with a hammer. I got a good 3in shell out of it in one hit! I must be a prodigy sculpture! only one hit and no prior knowledge gave me a extreamly nice shell!

  6. 'Intersectional' feminism is where the idea that individuals experience varying degrees of 'privilege' or oppression dependent on their immutable characteristics came from. It also proposes that the patriarchy is a tyrannical social construct yet uses much softer and articulate terms than this, & furthermore subtly suggests that pretty much everything is a social construct. Duuuude, intellectualising and institutionalising victim-hood mentality on this scale is dangerous. Looking forward to seeing JB Peterson again.

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