I like Joe Rogan.
Why? Two reasons:
- He’s interested in ideas.
- His show provides a constant reminder that people can get outside their bubble and spend civil time with those with whom they disagree.
Not long ago, I wouldn’t have heralded the critical nature of #2 — it’s a notion which should go without saying. But presently, there are a whole lot of people who appear to never have heard of it.
If you can take some unfiltered language, I highly recommend Joe’s podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience. The actor/comedian/mixed martial artist/TV host/UFC commentator truly has an open mind, and he gives voice to liberals and conservatives alike.
His guests have run the gamut from Jay Leno to Neil deGrasse Tyson to Jesse Ventura to Mel Gibson to Steven Tyler to Ben Shapiro.
JRE is a reflection of a man with many interests, and one of them is government.
On the program, the cannabis advocate routinely makes clear he’s got a liberal streak or two.
But an area in which he ain’t no dainty snowflake is firearms.
Constantly, I’m stunned to see politicians and others make radical public statements about guns while appearing to have never spent even 2 minutes finding out what they are (here).
Well move over, novices — a recent video posted to Twitter indicates there’s one Hollywood hunk (literally) who knows how to handle his hand cannon.
On Thursday, Taran Tactical welcomed Rogan to their range.
And here he is, firin’ em off in a way that’d make some of the world’s most woke fill their $200 jeans.
— Taran Tactical (@TaranTactical) October 3, 2019
Oh — and if you’re not impressed by Joe’s shooting skills, you may not wanna tell him; he can also do this:
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