I’ve been listening to Joe rogan podcast for while now. Its interesting to see him evolve from comedian to a talk show host. I don’t think there is a difference, Weather you call it a podcast or a radio show, its just a matter of semantics.
I enjoy the fact that Joe doesn’t talk his show to seriously, but seems to really just enjoy hanging out with friends, and letting the world in on his conversations.
However, I prefer him to interview people he doesn’t know. Usually when he interviews his friends, they end up talking about “remember when” “DMT”, or pro Marjina laws stories, as opposed to interviews with new people, they talk about whatever caught Joe’s attention that day, and what brought that person to do what they did.
As a side note, I’m glad they are no longer sponserod by the flesh light, it was getting really old.
Adam Kokesh, is another internet phenomena, who’s known for being outspoken and his activism during the Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign. And more recently being a citizen journalist, “Adam vs the Man”. Between both Joe and Adam, they repersent what the internet offers anyone who’s wiling to speak their mind.
Provided the internet is not locked down, by internet legislation, I think well see allot more interesting self made celebrity personalities pop online.
Treatment, hum, I would pass on government sponsored “treatment”. Keep in mind the government has tried this before, and failed miserably. They caused more harm then the drugs themselves. Jack Nicholson even made a movie about it, called one flew over the coco’s nest.
BTW, this is not the only incident the US Goverment decided to experiment on US citizens, ie Drug treatment. Anyone remeber Ted Kaczynski? He reportedly was expirmented on by the CIA, who gave him LSD, while he was attending Harved as a student. Of course this drove the man crazy, but was he insane, or just mad?
Of course this is not an original ideal. In the goverment has been trying to treat sick and crazy people for well over a 100 years. This is where Psychosurgery came about in the 1930′s and 1940′s
I helped a buddy of mine throw together a video for his plumbing company. Back in High school, I spent allot of time soldering, during jewelry class.
Since high school I spent allot of time, working on 3D, animation, games, websites, ext. I was tempted to go take a tech-shop, or head over to the foundry to get back to basics of making stuff.
But I was like, I think I already know how do most of that stuff, I just forgot about it. Either way tech-shop seems like the new black.