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#1486 - Honey Honey

#1486 - Honey Honey

2020-06-0504:59:2110

Honey Honey is a band, featuring members Suzanne Santo and Ben Jaffe, from Los Angeles, CA.
#1485 - Krystal & Saagar

#1485 - Krystal & Saagar

2020-06-0302:49:57119

Krystal & Saagar are the hosts of Rising, an American daily news and opinion web series produced by Washington, D.C. political newspaper The Hill.
#1484 - Reggie Watts

#1484 - Reggie Watts

2020-06-0202:46:3687

Reggie Watts is a musician, singer, beatboxer, actor, and comedian. His improvised musical sets are created using only his voice, a keyboard, and a looping machine. He is also currently the announcer and band leader on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
#1483 - Jesus Trejo

#1483 - Jesus Trejo

2020-05-2902:52:4291

Jesus Trejo is a comedian, actor and writer. His new special "Stay At Home Son" premieres on Showtime on May 29.
#1482 - Jordan Jonas

#1482 - Jordan Jonas

2020-05-2802:23:41151

Jordan Jonas spent 77 days living alone in the Canadian wilderness to become the winner for the sixth season of the History Channel’s reality television show “Alone.”
Joe is joined by Interim UFC Lightweight Champion Justin Gaethje & boxing and MMA trainer Trevor Wittman.
#1481 - Adam Eget

#1481 - Adam Eget

2020-05-2602:48:4473

Adam Eget is the talent coordinator at The Comedy Store and is also the sidekick on Norm MacDonald's show "Norm MacDonald Has A Show" on Netflix.
#1480 - Kevin Hart

#1480 - Kevin Hart

2020-05-2502:12:46287

Kevin Hart is a comedian, actor and producer. His new audiobook "The Decision: Overcoming Today's BS for Tomorrow's Success" is available now on Audible.
#1479 - David Pakman

#1479 - David Pakman

2020-05-2203:12:47109

David Pakman is a television & radio host, political commentator, and YouTube personality. He is the host of the internationally syndicated political television and talk radio program The David Pakman Show.
#1478 - Joel Salatin

#1478 - Joel Salatin

2020-05-2102:19:41137

Joel Salatin is an American farmer, lecturer, and author whose books include Folks, This Ain’t Normal, You Can Farm and Salad Bar Beef. His latest book, co-authored with Dr. Sina McCullough, Beyond Labels: A Doctor and a Farmer Conquer Food Confusion One Bite at a Time is available for preorder now.
#1477 - Tony Hawk

#1477 - Tony Hawk

2020-05-2001:53:57178

Tony Hawk is a professional skateboarder, actor, stuntman, and the owner of the skateboard company Birdhouse.
#1476 - Patton Oswalt

#1476 - Patton Oswalt

2020-05-1901:24:5197

Patton Oswalt is a stand-up comedian, actor, voice actor, and writer. His brand new special "I Love Everything" is now streaming on Netflix.
Fight Companion - May 16, 2020

Fight Companion - May 16, 2020

2020-05-1703:57:00109

Joe is joined by Eddie Bravo, Bryan Callen & Brendan Schaub to watch the fights on May 16, 2020.
#1475 - Bridget Phetasy

#1475 - Bridget Phetasy

2020-05-1603:28:4079

Bridget Phetasy is a writer and comedian. Check out her show on YouTube called “Dumpster Fire” — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5SQnm72FspDNUXK4cB2_xg & her podcast called “Walk-Ins Welcome” available on Apple Podcasts & Stitcher.
#1474 - Dr. Rhonda Patrick

#1474 - Dr. Rhonda Patrick

2020-05-1403:13:12277

Dr. Rhonda Patrick is a Ph.D in biomedical science and expert on nutritional health. Her podcasts and other videos can be found at http://FoundMyFitness.com
#1473 - Tom Papa

#1473 - Tom Papa

2020-05-1303:14:50108

Tom Papa is a comedian, actor, writer and television/radio host. Check out his new book "You're Doing Great!" and also his podcast "Breaking Bread with Tom Papa" on Apple Podcasts.
#1472 - Michael Yo

#1472 - Michael Yo

2020-05-1203:14:50121

Michael Yo is a stand up comedian. Look for his podcast "Michael Yo Show" available on Apple Podcasts.
Joe sits down with Brendan Schaub to discuss some of the upcoming fights.
#1471 - Tony Hinchcliffe

#1471 - Tony Hinchcliffe

2020-05-0703:03:48113

Tony Hinchcliffe is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor. Tony also hosts his own podcast called “Kill Tony” with Redban, and it’s available on Apple Podcasts & YouTube.
#1470 - Elon Musk

#1470 - Elon Musk

2020-05-0702:12:40608

Elon Musk is a business magnet, entrepreneur and engineer.
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Caleb Anderson

40 mins left and this episode has completely degenerated 😂😂 best episode ever. I've been delivering pizza for the last few hours with a huge smile on my face

Jun 6th
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Damien Dooley

I skipped all the music

Jun 6th
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Damien Dooley

It’s so obnoxious how emotional Joe gets when these idiots are on

Jun 6th
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Faux Wheeler

I couldn't listen to the entire episode. Pakman is so full of shot!

Jun 6th
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swordfich

She is an absolute moron. 'A majority of the violence I have seen has been from the police'. I'm assuming she hasn't been watching many videos. Or else all she is watching is from the MSM. 🤦‍♂️

Jun 6th
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Bradley Frost

first of all, major metropolitan areas do not take 18 year old kids. they're more qualified than that. making it through police academy here in Nashville you first have to have a bachelor's degree in criminal justice before you can even apply. second, will giving poor neighborhoods solve all of the crime? lol. dont think so.

Jun 5th
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Gee

Haven't listened yet, have to get in a groove and work on the car for a 5 hour cast, nice!

Jun 5th
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Mrinalini Vats

after intro 11:07

Jun 5th
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Erveyshelby

It won’t download unless I’m on my WiFi 🤣🤣

Jun 5th
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James Bahng

Joe, if you're reading these comments, never have these guest on your show again. The liberal was a complete idiot. She kept rambling on and changing the subject. I think she has ADHD.

Jun 5th
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Carlos Burgaretta

holy dog shit.. 5 hour podcast

Jun 5th
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cindy castellanos

joe! it would be nice to hear from Bret Weinstein right now. Bring him back on!

Jun 5th
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Gary Winthorpe

What’s up freak bitches 10:35

Jun 5th
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Gee

Great job Joe putting this one together. Critical thought with a dose of youth not understanding things. Great discourse and topics.

Jun 5th
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Jhon Carter

this woman is an idiot

Jun 5th
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chris jack

This guys great fun!

Jun 5th
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John Magus

Oh cool...so we're just supposed to let the looters and rioters run loose and do whatever the fuck they want? No. That's not how this works. Peaceful protestors should NOT be attacked either. Those bad actors are fucking everything up for everyone.

Jun 5th
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Aphotic

#1484 brought me here

Jun 5th
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Jon Wicke

These two are everything I hate about the right and left. The right is confidence without facts. The idea that you can make people believe any unsubstantiated thing if you say it in an incredulous enough tone. See for example: Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson. The left is emotion without logic. The idea that tears and anecdotes are somehow evidence to support your argument. "Think of the children!" See for example: Everyone at Buzzfeed, the majority of Twitter.

Jun 5th
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Brandon Miles

Actually the majority of modern developed nations nationalized to some extent private sector payrolls. I mean, we get to talking about "well how big is the population in blank country?" comparing it to the US, most wealthy developed nations are much smaller than the US, the ones close in size are growing Economies but much less developed like India and Mexico. But that talking point Joe still latches onto about our large population being a barrier to large scale programs and nationalization is a broken talking point that has many reasons it doesn't matter, but I'll give two, both premised on what I BELIEVE is Joe's point, being the inability to fund the program due to population size being so large. The first applies to any large population nation with a semi developed economy, which is essentially all the top ten largest nations. So, having a large working population by default in most of those nations has shown that there is a sufficiently large enough base from which to draw funding later on through taxation, assuming that a billion other things aren't handed out as well like for instance massive financial gifts to billion dollar corporations that are not only staying above water, but remaining largely profitable. The second reason for throwing out the "population size" as a hindrance to financial capability, is specific only to the US. The US is the world's main superpower that Essentially controls global finance, and mainly is the WORLD RESERVE currency. Being the world reserve currency, and having the ability to control and print our own money, unlike other nations, in combination, give the US government what is essentially a blank check. That, also however, comes with the assumption that what you're writing the check for is specifically for programs that will on a wide scale increase financial security and put money (either small amounts short term or large amounts over a long period) directly into the hands of consumers who will put that money right back into the economy by spending it on consumer goods, paying down debt, rent, bills or even going out and buying a vehicle or home. In turn, when that money leaves their hands, it once again is going to be subject to taxes, which will take it right back out of the economy, for those worried about inflation. The American economy is built over 70% specifically on consumer spending, aka people buying stuff. Even a 3% reduction in consumer spending before the crisis would have taken the economy into recession. So, you have between 40&60 million unemployed, not buying stuff, then you will see a crippled real economy, reduced demand forcing reduced supply. Businesses forced to cut production, in turn laying off or firing workers, or even closing the doors. They default on any business loans they have, it happens everywhere then you have a BANKING crisis which is the nail on the Coffin. NOT ensuring that workers paychecks are covered, because "Government doing stuff is bad" will literally destroy our economy, way of life and the American empire, causing civil unrest then violence, increased drug and alcohol addiction, depression, suicide. you see how it's a long chain of societal destruction because rich people have spent so long making Americans believe "Government doing anything is bad?"

Jun 5th
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